Vassar College - Vassarion Yearbook (Poughkeepsie, NY)

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THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE LUCKEY, PLATT SL CO. The Vassar Store at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. This Is .1 For You has been the Vassar store since the day Vassar opened. And it has lived and grown with your great institution. it not a store that has been in your mind since the day you left dear old Vassar? Is it not a store that your heart is with? the convenience of old Vassar students we have a Mail Order Department of which we are justly proud. Will you not try it? know thatathis store was built upon the princi- ples of honest dealing, good values and effi- cient service. These same principles are re- sponsible for our great Mail Order Business. TO -day we do business, by mail, in nearly every i State in the Union, as far away as Californiag A as Texasg as Maine. R'ead the college publications and send in your or- A -l der for anything you need to "Mary Platt", Mail Order Department. 1 LUCKEY, PLATT 8a CO. POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK I d t'. ments pl t' thV PAGE2 THE VASSARION ADVERTISER THE DEGREE OF C. D. V fDR. OF CATERING, was conferred on us many years ago. The Standard and Leading Restaurant of the Hudson Valley since 1847 JIZESTAUIZANT AND SODA FOUNTAIN . Daily Delivery to Vassar College CONFECTIONS FANCY CAKES ICE CREAMS PASTRIES BOX LUNCHES FOR BOAT AND AUTO PARTIES PREPARED ON SHORT NOTICE 13 and 15 Market Street Opposite Court House POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Operated at the Home and hy the Makers of S. B. COUGH DROPS 6 '69 9- 6 MS- E'-:54 .Bri Www . 'FS ""' 4' Riiirsixic-5. N5 .' -' 4-5 Everybody Uses Them Sold Everywhere Also Manufaciturers of LASSES KISSES AND S. B. CHEWING GUM ' ' ' h V THE'VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE3 I The Poughkeepsie Up-to-Date Co. is the place for a big assortment of CLOAKS, SUITS, DRESSES, SKIRTS BLOUSES and FURS of all descriptions, ready-to-Wear or made-to-order T THE ONLY STORE OF ITS KIND IN THE CITY NO TEST LIKE A TRIAL YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED THE UP-TO-DATE COMPANY The Store that Sells Wooltex and Printzess Coats and Suits 280 Main Street Poughkeepsie, N. Y. PAGE4 THE VASSARION ADVERTISER GUSTA E LQREY ibijutugrapbazr SPECIALIST IN DIRECT eoLoR PHOTOGRAPHY Class Photographer: 1905-'07-'08-'10-'11-'14-'lop Duplicate Photographs may he procured at any time .... Platinum paper used exclusively The Studios I76 State Street - - - ALBANY, Y. I I Raymond Avenue - POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. 360 Broadway - SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.'Y. ing advertisements pl t th V :.4i4gy1l.1. 5.5, - Qgefjwli-V-ffrfig.-Q: Q74 - -.--fp.kzf- Q2 N Q O Timothy by From lhe Wood Engraving ORIAL LIBRARY EM IVI N PSO RRIS THOM CK FE. FREDERI ml? lD355ElI'ilIIIl lbnlums Zrwentnyeight , 1916 ,T .1.1.T.l ID Qllg Dgllkll IQ QR Ulu ilaenrp Sliulule illllaeillrarlsen 'X' 'X' 'X' i Zin appreciation uf the frienhsijip su rerentlp begun, uf his sinrere persunal interest in all those about birn, ants uf his earnest enheahnr in rreating a larger Vassar, 1916 respert: fullp behirates this, their hunk. fm. Gin tbuse tnhuse interests are herein hepirteh the dass ut 1916 presents this hunk Uassariun Quark RUTH POND CORNWALL Editor-in-Chief HELEN LUCAS LOCKE HELEN ALLISON HODGE BESSIE FRANCES LEONORI Literary Editors EDITH ALBERTA RAYMER MINNA HYNIAN BESSER Art Editors MARY WELLS Photograph Editor MARION ELIZABETH RANNELLS Assistant Photograph Eolitor ANNE HANDERSON WHITING Business Manager ELEANOR MILDRAM HOBBS Assistant Business Manager JANET PRESSLY MABON Data Editor M VA? S A D- I ON T A 1 X S ,af N 1 "fT'F"s.., 'Q w. 1 Nam + V 1 The jfuunher VAS S AD, I CN Gin the Qtrustees For their warm support and interest in all the student activities, the class of 1916 wishes to thank the Trustees. This year, in particu- lar, their unfailing generosity and loyalty in meeting the problems of the college have awakened in us a new sense of Our mutual responsi- bility. Baath uf Trustees W. C. P. RHOADES, D. D., Chairman - - -JOHN H. DEANE, A. M. - - AUGUSTUS H. STRONG, D. D., LL. D. DUNCAN D. PARMLY, - - - ALLEN W. EVARTS, A. M. A - .JAMEs M. BRUCE, A. M. HENRY M. SANDERS, D. D. - 'CHARLES M. PRATT, A. M. - HENRY V. PELTON, A. B. - ANDREW J. TOWNSON - - EDWARD STORRS ATWATER, A. B. - DANIEL SMILEY, A. B. - 'GEORGE E. DIMOCK, A. B. - GEORGE W. PERKINS - EDGAR L. MARSTON - ARTHUR L. LESHER - - MYRA REYNOLDS, Ph. D. - HENRY EVERTSON COBB, D. D. MARY THAW THOMPSON, A. B. ALONZO K. PARKER, D. D. - JOHN E. ADRIANCE - - FLORENCE M CUsHING A B JULIA C. LATHROP, A. B. - - - - HENRY NOBLE MACCRACK'EN, Ph W - Brooklyn New York - Rochester Roselle, N. J. - New York - New York - New York - Brooklyn Poughkeepsie - Rochester Poughkeepsie Lake Mohonk Elizabeth, N. J. - New York - New York - New York Chicago, Ill. - New York - Sparkill Chicago, Ill. Poughkeepsie ashington, D. C. Boston, Mass. . D., LL. D., L.H.D. Vassar College FRANK R. CHAMBERS - - ---.. Bronxvjlle FRANK L. BABBOTT, A. M. - - - Brooklyn HERBERT REED GURNEY, A. B., Treasurer GEORGE W. POLK, Assistant Treasurer LOUIs P. GILLESPIE, General Superintendent 16 VAS 5 A121 1 ca Qhffiners nf Euhernment anh Qhministratiun HENRY NOBLE MACCRACKEN, Ph.D., L.H.D., fl: B K ' President of Vassar College A. B., New York University, 19003 A. Mf., New York University, 19043 Ph. D., Harvard, 19075 L. H. D., New York University, 19153 LL. D., Brown, 1915: LL. D., Smith, 1915: Instructor in English, Syrian Protestant College, 1900-03: John Harvard Fellow, 1907-083 Instructor in English, Sheffield Scientific School CYaleD, 1908-10: Assistant Professor, 1910-135 Professor of English, Smith College, 1913-153 President of Vassar, 1915. Member Modern Language Association of America: American Dialect Society. Published: First Year English, 19033 English Composition in Theory and Practice Cpart authorj, 19093 An Introduction to Shakespeare Cpart authorj, 1910. Edited: The Serpent of Division, 19113 Minor Poems of Lyclgale, Part I., 1912: The College Chaucer, 1913. Shakes- peare's Principal Playsf Contributions to magazines on Philological subjects. JAMES MONROE TAYLOR, D.D., LL.D., fb B K President of Vassar College, Emeritus A, B., University of Rochester, 18683 D. D, Rochester, Yale: LL. D. Rutgers: Rochester Theological Seminary, 1868-71. Studied in Europe, 1871-72. lvlinister, 1873-86. Trustee of Carnegie Foundation. President of Vassar, 1886-1914. Published: Practical or Ideal? Psychology Syllabus for Classes: Ethics Syllabusg A New World and An Old Gospelf Before Vassar Opened: A Contribution to the History of the Higher Education of Women in America. Many educational and other articles. 17 VAL? S A121 IQ A ELLA MCCALEB, A.B. ----- Dean of the College A. B., Vassar, 1878. Instructor in Foster School, Clifton Springs, New York, 1878-813 in Detroit Home and Day School, 1881-85. Secretary to the President of Vassar, 1885-925 Secretary of the College, 18933 Rank of Associate Professor, 18993 Rank of Professor, 19075 Dean of the College, 1913. 1 ZITA LILLIAN THOBNBURY, A.B. - Assistant in the Deanls Ojice A. B., Vassar, 1908. Assistant in Ethics and History, 1908-093 Assistant in Ethics and in the Secretary's Office, 1909-131,jAssistant in Ethics and in the Dean's Office, 1918-143 As- sistant to the Dean, 1914. ELIZABETH LATHAM INGERSOLL, A.B., fb B K Assistant in Dean's Ojice A. B., Vassar, 1913. Assistant to the Dean, 1913. LUCY DAVIS A.B. fb B K - - - Assistant in the Dean's O ce 7 7 A. B., Vassar, 1885. Assistant to the Dean, 1914. EVELYN BBAGG THOMPSON, AB., fb B K Assistant in the Dean's Ojice A. B., Vassar, 1914. MBS. J.RYLAND KENDRICK - - - Lady Principal, Emeritus Lady Principal, Vassar, 1891. Rank of Professor. JEAN C. PALMER, A.M. ----- Head Warden A. B., Vassar, 18933 A. M., Columbia, 1896. Associate Vilarden, Vassar, 1913-14, Head Warden, Vassar, 1915. ISABEL NELSON TILLINGHAST, Ph.M., QD B K - Associate Warden A. B., Vassarg Ph. M., Cornell. Instructor in Hampton Instituteg Professor of English, New Paltz Normal School, Professor of English, French-American Collegeg Assistant to the Lady Principal, Vassar, 1901-113 Acting Lady Principal. 1911-123 Assistant to the Lady Principal, 1912-13, Head Vllarden, 1913-15: Associate Warden, 1915. CORNELIA MORSE RAYMOND, A.B., dw B K - Associate Warden A. B., Vassar, 18833 Graduate of "The Elms" lvlusic School, Springfield, Mass., 1893. Preceptress Of Delaware Academy, Delhi, N. Y., 1883-853 Instructor at "The Elms," Springfield, Mass., 1885-19135 Associate Warden, Vassar, 1913. ember Classical Association of the Atlantic States. GERTRUDE SMITH, A.B., fb B K - - - Associate Warden ELISABETH WHEELER AMEN, A.B., ft B K - Associate Warden A. B., Vassar, 1907. Instructor in English, Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr, 1907-09, '10-13, Associate Warden, Vassar, 1914. 18 i:1,?XfAs AD. I cp HELEN STAMFORD, A.B. - - - - Associate Warden A. B., Vassar, 1896. Teacher in Halstead School, Yonkers, 1901-07: Secretary of Rocke- feller County Committee, 1911-1914, C. A. A.: President of N. Y. Branch of Associate Alumnae, 1913-1915: Associate Warden, Vassar, 1914. LOUISE PATTESON SHEPPARD, A.B. - - Associate Warden A. B., Vassar, 1896. Chairman of Endowment Committee of Associate Alumnae: Sec- retary-Treasurer Yeats County Committee, S. C. A. A., 1915: Associate Warden, Vassar, 1914. MARY IYIACCOLL, A.M. - - - - Associate Warden A. B., Vassar, 1898. A. M., Columbia, 1915. Teacher, 1899-1910: Secretary Brooks Hall, Barnard College, 1910-1915: Assistant in Bursar's Office, Barnard College, 1911-1915: As- sociate Warden, Vassar, 1915. RUTH STRONGMAN, A.M. - - Assistant in the Warden's Ojice A. B., Vassar. 1911: A. M., Vassar. 1912. Assistant to the Warden, Vassar, January, 1914. ELIZABETH BURR THELBERG, M.D. - - Resident Physician Former Clinical Professor of Diseases of Eye and Ear, WOman's Medical College of the New York Infirmary: Resident Physician in the New York Infants' Hospital, and in the New York Nursery and Childrens Hospital: Resident Physician, Vassar, 1887. Member American Biedical Association: New York State Medical Association: Dutchess County Medical Society: American Association for the Advancement of Science: Woman's Medical Association of New York City: NVoman's Medical Society of New York State: Chair- man American Public Commission of International Council oi' Women. JANE NORTH BALDWIN, M.D. - - - Associate Physician M. D., Cornell University Medical School, 1900. Graduate Work, Harvard Medical School: New York Infirmary for Women and Children. Laboratory Assistant in Physiology, Vassar, 1905: Assistant Physician, Vassar, 1906: Associate Physician, Vassar, 1914. Member WVoman's Medical Association of New York City: Clinton County Medical Asso- ciation of New York: American Medical Association: New York State Medical Association: Dutchess County Medical Society: Poughkeepsie Academy oi Medicine: Woman's Medical I Society of New York State. ' HAZEL BONNEss, B.S., M.D. - - - Assistant Physician B. S., M. D., University of Minnesota. library AMY LOUISE REED, A.B., fb B K ----- Librarian A. B., Vassar, 1892. Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1903-04, I . , VV ' summer, 1908: Yale University, 1908-10: Vassar Students' Aid Society Fellowship, Yale, 1909-10. Teacher in Private Schools, New York City, g f 1892-97: 1898-1903: Instructor in English, Vassar, 1904-08: Librarian, Member American Library Association. ADELAIDE UNDERHILL, A.B., fi: B K - - Associate Librarian A. B., Vassar, 1888. Columbia College Library School, 1888-89. Cataloguer, Columbia College Library, 1890-92: Assistant Librarian, Vassar, 1892-94: Reference Librarian, Vassar, 1894-1910: Associate Librarian, Vassar, 1910. Member American Library Association. MARY BELLE AOKEELY, A.B. - - Assistant in the Library A. B., Vassar, 1898. Astor Training Class. Assistant in the Library, Vassar, 1907. 19 VA, SAQIC FANNY BORDEN, AB., B.L.S. - - - Reference Librarian A. B., Vassar, 1898: B. L. S., New York State ibrary School, 1901. Assistant Librarian, Bryn Mawr College Library, 1901-03: Associate Librarian, Smith College Library, 1903-06: Assistant in the Library, Vassar, 1908: Cataloguer, Vassar, 1909: Reference Librarian, Vassar, 1910. Member American Library Association: Bibliographical Society of America. Published: Bibliography of ,Morzopolics and Trusts in America, 1895-99. MARY MUMPER SHAVER, A.B. - - Classifter and Cataloguer A. B., Goucher College, 1906. New York State Library School, 1907. Assistant, Carnegie Public Library, Pittsburgh, 1908: Librarian, John B. Stetson University, Deland, Florida, 1908-10: Cataloguer, Vassar Library, 1911. ELISABETH WEEKS, A.B. - - - Assistant in the Library A. B., Vassar, 1912. Assistant in the Library, Vassar, 1913. RUTH EMILY SMITH, AB., fb B K - - Assistant in the Library A. B., Vassar, 1915. Assistant in the Library, 1915. MARGARET CROSS NORTON, Ph.B., M.A., B.L.S. Assistant Catalogaer Student Rockford College, 1909-1912. Ph. B., University of Chicago, 1913: M. A., Uni- versity of Chicago, 1914: Student New York State Library School, 1913-1915: B. L. S., 1915. Member American Historical Association: American Library Association. Qtt OLIVER SAMUEL TONKs, Ph.D. ---- Professor of Art A. B., Harvard University, 1898: A. M., 1899: Ph. D.. 1903. Graduate Study at Harvard, 1899-1901: Studied in Greece. Italy, France and England as Charles Eliot Norton Fellow in Classical Studies from Harvard, 1901-02: Graduate Fellow at Harvard and Assistant Curator in Department of Classical Art in Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1902-03. Instructor in Greek, University of Vermont, 1903-04: Lecturer in Greek, Columbia University, 190-1-05: Preceptor in Art and Archeaology, Princeton University, 1905- 11: Professor of Art, Vassar, 1911: Archeaological Editor of the New Inter- national Encyclopedia. Member Archaeological Institute of America: College Art Association. Published: Phrynos,-a Blaclt-jigurerl illasterg Brygos,-Experiments with the Dlycenaean Glaze: The Black Glaze on. Greek Vases: The Collecting i of Antiquities: Greek Coins: The Interpretation of the Harpy illonumentg Two Fresroes from Boscarcale: The lltzzseztm and the Public School Teacher. ELIZABETH DENNY PIERCE, A.M. ---- Assistant in Art A. B., Vassar, 1910: A. M., 1912. Studied at Columbia, 1912-14. Assistant in Art, Vassar, ' 1915. CLARENCE K. CHATTERTON - - - Instructor in Art Qstrunump MARY W. WHITNEY, A.M., fb B K Professor of Astronomy anol Director of the Observatory, Emeritus A. B., Vassar, 1868: A. BI., Vassar, 1872. Graduate Study at Radcliffe College, ZLu'ich University. Instructor in VValtham High School: Chelsea High School: Assistant in Observatory at Vassar, 1881: Professor of Astronomy, Vassar, 1889-1912. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Charter Member of Astronomical and Astrophysical Society. Published: Longitude Of Smith College Observatory: Articles in Annals of Harvard College Observatoryg Regular papers on Astr01'10II1iC2J.1 Subjects in Astronomical Journal, Astronomische Nachrichten. CAROLINE E. FURNESS, Ph.D., eb B -K Alumnae Maria Mitchell Profes- sor of Astronomy and Director of the Observatory A. B., Vassar, 1891: Ph. D., Columbia, 1900. Ohio State University, non-resident, 1892- 20 vA5 518413. 1 Q EW M1 94: Chicago Summer School, 1895: Columbia, non-resident, 1896-98: resi- .f-' dent, 1898-99 American Fellow of Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 1898- SN 99: Curtis Graduate Scholar, Barnard College. 1898-993 Research work, 45 - W t , . g, University of Groningen, Holland, spring, 1903: Volunteer research assistant, gg. ' Yerkes Observatory, summers of 1899, 1900: Instructor in High School, I VVest Winsted, Conn., 1891-925 Columbus, Ohio, 1892-94:Vassar, 1894-98, ' 1899-19113 Associate Professor of Astronomy, Vassar, 1912-15. Alumnae 12 Maria Mitchell Professor of Astronomy 1915. Fellow American Associ- s -' .:' ff ation for the Advancement of Science. ,ti ' -IL '-x l . .5 Member American Astronomical .Association Societyg Audubon Society, :vgy,,4. I 5 '5, ',f"i 5 Association of Collegiate Alumnae: Japan Society: American Federation of L--'ff' " fr " Arts: Survey Associate National Child Labor Committee. Published! Catalog Of Stars within 1 Degree of North Pole: Catalog of Stars within 2 Degrees of North PoIegObservations of Comets and Asteroids, in Astronomical periodicals: Deffiiliue Orbit of Comet, 1886, III Cwith E. P. Watermanj in Astrona- rnische Naclzricliteu. Papers on Variable Stars in Astronomical Journal and Astronomische Nach'- richterz. Editor Observations Of Variable Stars Blade During the Years 1901-I2 at Vassar College Observatory. Author of Introftucziun. to the Society of Variable Stars in Vassar Semi Centenial Series. ERNESTINE WELLS FULLER, A.M. - - Instructor in Astronomy A. B., W'ellesley, 19081 A. M., Wellesley, 1911. Graduate Student and Assistant in Physics and Astronomy, 1Vellesley, 1908-11: Instructor in Mathematics, Wells College, Aurora, N. Y., 1911-12: Assistant in Astronomy, Vassar, 1913: Instructor in Astronomy, Vassar, 1914. I Bible XVVILLIAM BANCROFT HILL, D.D., fb B K Professor of Biblical Literature A. B., Harvard, 1879: D. D., Rutgers, 1905. Columbia Law School, 1881: Baltimore Law School, 1882: Union Theological Seminary, 1883-86. Professor of Philosophy, Park College, 1882-83: Pastor of Reformed Dutch Church in Athens, N. Y., 1886-90: and in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1890-1902g Lecturer on Bible, Vassar, 1899-19023 Professor of Biblical Literature, Vassar, 1902. Published: Afouutain Peaks in the Life of Christ, 1893: Present Prob- lems in New Testament Study, 19032 Guide to the Lives of Christ, 19053 Intro- duction to the Life of Christ, 1911. OLIVE DUTCHER, M.A., BD. Assistant Professor of Biblical Literature Undergraduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, Barnard College: Graduate Student, Columbia University3 Union Theological Seminary, Instructor, Idaho Industrial Institute, Weiser, Idaho, 1903-04Q Instructor in Biblical Literature and History, hit. Holyoke College, 1904-073 associate P1'ofessor, Mt. Holyoke, 1907-14: assistant professor of Biblical Literature, Vassar, 1914. Ztiulngp AARON Louis TREADNVELL, Ph.D., fb B K Professor of Zoology and Curator ofthe Museuin 1 .-.. .f,. . B. S., VVesleyan University, 1888: M. S., 18903 Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1899. Honorary Fellow, University of Chicago, 1892-95g Fellow I .5553 if5ii:25f'4?',' in Residence, 1897-98. Professor of Biology and Geology, Miami University . 25353 Oxford, Ohio, 1891-1900: Professor of Biology, Vassar, 1900-14. On staff ,afar-3'ff4 1 ',1 1,. i ff? .1 of Instruction hiarine Biological Laboratory, VVood's Hole, Mass., 1898- 1906, '13g in charge of Embryology, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory of the V, Brooklyn Institute, 1907Q Professor of Zoology, Vassar, 1914. Fellow u FI' '..' I American Association for Advancement of Science, Tortugas, Porto'R1co, - 1915: Honorary Curator of Annulates, American Museum of Natural History, , ' gevvlgggk CiJty,l3At haboratory of Carnegie Institution, Dry Tortugas, Flor- i a. . ' . ' . ' - . . J, -.-. fi' Member American Society of Zoologists CSecretary, 191293 American , . ' ' . ralists. si qOC1lEJL1lfbiigh1cfdait1Va1'ious Zoological articles in Zoologisches A-1izeiger,Biolooimt Bulletin, Journal of Morphology, Bulletin United States Fish Commission: Zoological articles, New Iriterriatiorial Encyclopedia Year Book, since 1907. Absent on leave for the yn ar. 21 VASSAQIQ CORA JIPSON BECKWITH, Ph D. - Assocftate Professor of Zoology B. S., University of Michigan, 1900: Ph. D., Columbia, 1914. Research table at Marine Biological Laboratory, W0od's Hole, Mass.. 1901, '03, '07-'1O: Graduate NVork at Columbia, 1912- '13. Instructor in Biology, Vassar, 1900-'07, '08-'12, '13-'14: Assistant Professor of Zoology, 1914: Associate Professor of Zoology, 1915 Member American Association for Advancement of Science: American Society of Natur- alists: American Society of Zoologists. Published: Articles in Biological Bulletin, and Journal of ikforphology, EMMELINE MOORE, PH.D., 2 E - - - Instructor tn Botany A. B., Cornell, 1905: A. M., Wellesley, 1906: Ph. D., Cornell, 1914. Assistant in Botany, Cornell Summer Session, 1907-08: Instructor in Biology, Trenton Normal School, N. J., 1906-10: Substitute Professor of Biology, Huguenot College for WVomen, NVellington, Cape Prov- ince, South Africa, 1911 Instructor in Botany, Vassar, 1914. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science: American Nature Study Society. Published: Articles in Bulletin, Torreya Botanical Club, Torreya: Nature Study Review: School Exchange: Journal of Geography. ELIZABETH CUTTER, A.B. ---- Asststant tn Btology A. B., Vassar, 1912. Graduate Student. Vassar, 1912-13. Assistant in Botany, Vassar, 1913-14: Assistant in Biology. Vassar. 1914: Table from Vassar, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Mass., Summer, 1915. HAZEL MARGUERITE SCHMOLL, AB., B.E. Asszstant tn Botany and Biology A. B,, B. E., University of Colorado, 1913, Graduate Work, University of hflichigang Bio- logical Station, Douglas Lake, Mich., summer, 1913: Graduate Student and Assistant in Biology, Vassar, 1913-14: Table from Vassar, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Mass., summer, 1914: Assistant in Botany and Zoology, Vassar, 1914. ALVALYN EUNICE WOODWARD, MS., YD B K - Asststant in Zoology Ph. B., University of Rochester, 1905: M. University of Rochester, 1911. Graduate WVork, University of Michigan, Biological Station. Douglas Lake, Michigan, summer, 1911-1913: Fellow in Zoology, University of Michigan. 1912-1915. Marine Biological Laboratory, lVood's Hole. INIass., 1904, 1914-1915. Assistant in Zoology, Vassar, 1915, Published: Articles in Biological Bulletin and Annual Report, Michigan Academy of Science. HANNIAH VIRGIN A LANGWORTHY, M.S. - Assistant tn Botany B. Michigan Agricultural College, 1913. M. S,, Michigan Agricultural College, 1915. Graduate Assistant in Bacteriology at Michigan Agricultural College. 1913-1914, 1914-1915: Assis- tant in Botany, Vassar, 1915. Qlbemisttp 'CHARLES W. MOULTON, Ph,D., fb B K - - Professor of Chemistry A. B., University of Minnesota, 1885: Ph. D., Johns Hopkins, 1889. Instructor in Chemistry and Physics, Shattuck School, Faribault, Minn., 1885-87, '89-92: Associate Professor of Chemistry, Vassar, 1892: Professor of Chemistry, Vassar, 1894. Member American Chemical Society: American Electro-chemical So- ciety: Society of Chemical Industry: Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft. ELLA NI. FREEMAN, A.M., QD B K - Asststant Professor of Chemistry A. B., Vassar, 1884: A. M., University of Chicago. Instructor Nichols Academy, Dudley, Mass., 1884-86: Morgan School, Clinton, Conn., 1886-87: Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar, 1887: Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Vassar, 1914, Member American Chemical Society. 22 HELEN LEWIS MAXFIELD, A.B. - - Assistant in HELEN RUPERT DOWNES, A.B., cb B K - OLIVE S. LAMMERT, A.B. - - - RUTH GRIFFITH DEANE, A.B., do B K - - KATHRYN E. BRIWA, A.B. - - tt ttvzss S Am I cn nur 1 Y Dr MARY LOUISE LANDON, A.M. - - Instructor in Chemistry A. B., Vassar, 1907: A. M., Columbia, 1914. Assistant in Chemistry, Vassar, 1908-092 Inst-ructor in Chemistry, Vassar, 1910-13-14, WILLIAM BUELL IVIELDRUM, M.Sc., Ph.D. - Instructor in Chemistr A. B,, INIcGill University, 19095 M. Sc., Graduate School, McGill University, 19103 Ph. D., Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, 19143 Ottawa Collegiate Institute, 1901-05. Demonstrator in Chemistry, McGill University, 1909-112 Instructor in Chemistry, Mon- treal Technical Institute, 1910-11: Austin Teaching Fellow in Chemistry, Harvard University, 1911-12: Chemist, Department of Mines, Canadian Government, summer, 1909-132 Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar, 1914: 1851 Exhibition Research Scholar, 1912-1914. Chemist, Irrigation Branch of Department Of Interior, Summer, 1915. Ivlemloer American Chemical Society: Associa- tion of Harvard Chemists. V C ?! IDA IEGENHEIMER, S.B. - - - Instructor in Chemistry S. B., Simmons College, 1912. Teacher of Chemistry, Mount Hermon Boys' School, 1912-14: Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar, 1914. ANNIE LOUISE MACLEOD, M.Se., Ph.D. - Instructor in Chemistry A. B,, McGill University, 1904 M. Sc., 19053 Ph. D., 1910. Research Scholar, McGill University, 1904-05. Lecture Demonstrator, 1905-08. Fellow in Chemistry, Bryn Mawr, 1909- 10: Research Fellow, 1910-123 Demonstrator, 1912-14: Assistant NVarden, 1912-132 Assistant in Chemistry, Barnard College, 1908-09g Instructor in Chemistry, Vassar, 1914. Published: A Comparison of Certain Acids Containing a Conjugated System of Double Link- age, in American Chemical Journal, 19102 The Reaction Between Unsalurated Compounds anrl Organic Zinc Compounds Cin collaboration with E. P. Kohler and G. L. Heritagej, in American Chemical Journal, 1911. A. B., Vassar, 1914. Assistantin Chemistry, Vassar, 1914. A. B., Barnard, 1914, Assistant in Chemistry, Vassar, 1914. A. B., Vassar, 1915. Assistant in Chemistry, Vassar 1915. A. B., Vassar 1915, Assistant in Chemistry, 1915. A. B., Vassar, 1915. Assistant in Chemistry, 1915. Qhunumins Chemistry Assistant in Chemistry Assistant in Chemistry Assistant in Chemistry - Assistant in Chemistry HERBERT ELMER MILLS, Ph.D., dv B K - - Professor of Economics A. B., University of Rochester, 18835 A. M., Rochester, 1887: Ph. D., Cornell, 18905 Fellow in History and Political Economy, Cornell, 1886-88. Principal of Marion Collegiate Institute, N. Y., 1883-84: Palmyra Union School, New York, 1884-86. Instructor in History, Cornell, 1889- 901 Associate Professor of History and Economics, Vassar, 1890-931 Professor of Economics, Vassar. lsgglnublishedi Early Years of the French Revolution in San Domingo: Outlines of Economics. Several Outlines of Economic Study and Syllabi for University Extension Lectures. ,LEMILIE LOUISE WELLS, A.B., av B K Assistant Professor of Economics A. B., Vassar, 18942 Mary Richardson and Lydia Pratt Babbott, Fellow in Economics and Sociology at University of Chicago, 1896-973 Instructor at Kemper Hall, 1894-962 Instructor in Economics, Vassar, 18973 Assistant Professor of Economics, Vassar, 1913. I Deceased, April 13th, 1916 23 VAS S AFI I O DOROTHY MILES BROWN, A.B., A.M. - Instructor in ECUWOWWCS A. B., University of Michigan, 19115 A. M., University of Michigan, 1914. Teacher of English in High School oi' Portland, Mich., 1911-1912: and Saulte St. Marie, Mich., 1912-1913: Fellow in Eco- nomics at University of Michigan, 1913-1914. Graduate scholar at Bryn Mawr, 1914-1915. Instructor in Economics, Vassar. 1915, EDNA LULU KROENER, A.B. - - Assistant in Economics A. B., Vassar, 1911: Teacher in Wakefield High School, R. I., 1911-1915: Assistant in Eco- nomics, Vassar. 1915. TMAXWELL FERGUSON, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Economics A. B., Harvard University, 19083 A. M., Columbia University, 19093 LL. B., Columbia University, 19113 Ph.,D. Fellow in Economics, Leipzig, 1911: Columbia University, 1916: Fel- low Political Science, Columbia University, 1916. Published: Das Saclzsiche Eisenbaknwesen, Leipzig. 19122 A HGYLHHPOOIG for Social Workers. N. Y., 1913: Stale Regulation of Railroads in the South, 1916- English LAURA JOHNSON VVYLIE, Ph.D., fb B K - - Professor of English A. B., Vassar, 1877: Ph. D., Yale, 1894: Instructor in Miss Storer's and Miss Lupton's School, Cincinnati, 1882-83: Instructor in Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, 1884-92, '94-953 Instructor in English, Vassar, 1895- 96: Associate Professor of English, Vassar, 18903 Professor of English, Vassar, 1898. Member Modern Language Association and the English Association. Published: Studies in the Evolution of English Criticism: Social Studies in English Literature, Vassar Seriesg Edited The Sir Roger cle Caverly Papers, The lVinter's Tale in the Tudor, Shakespeare. CHRISTABEL FORSYTH FISKE, Ph.D. Associate Professor of English A. B., Cornell University, 1898: A. IXI., Columbia University, NVashington. D. C., 1899: Ph. D., Cornell University, 1903. Instructor in the Misses Shipley's School, Bryn Mawr, 1899-1900: Instructor in Randolph Macon Institute, Danville, Va., 1900-01: Instructor in English, Vassar, 1903: Associate Professor of English, Vassar, 1910. Member Modern Language Association of America: Psi Chapter CCornell5 of Kappa Kappa Gammag Association of College and Preparatory School Teachers of the hliddle States and Mary- land. Published: The Tales of Terror: A By-Path in Literature: Coriventionalism in Holirz.shed's Chronicle, in Journal of English and Germanic Philology: Olrl English Ilfodifcation of Teutonic Racial Concepticns in Studies in Language and Literature in Honor of J. NI. Harlg Animals in Old English Ecclesiastical Literature, 650-1500,iI1 Publications ofthe illodern Language Association October, 1913. The British Isles in Norse Saga in Publications of The Society for Azlvancemenl of Scanrlanavian Study. ROSE JEFFRIES PEEBLES, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor of English A. B., Mississippi State College for 1Vomeng Ph. D., Bryn Mawr College. Fellow in Eng- lish, Bryn Mawr College, 1907-08: Graduate Scholar and Fellow by Courtesy, 1908-09: Holder of Special Research Scholarship for work in the British Museum and the Bodleian Library. In- structor in English, Mississippi State College for VVornen, 1897-1906: Miss WVright's School, Bryn Mawr, 1908-09: Instructor in English, Vassar, 1909-14: Assistant Professor of English, Vassar, 1914. Published: Notes on the Dialect of Richard de Caister's Jlletrical Prayer, in Norfolk anzl Norwich Archeaoloyical Society Publications: The Anglo-Saxon Physiologaes in illozlern Phil- ologyg The Legend of Longinus in Ecclesiastical Tradition and in English Literature, and its Con- nection with the Grail, in Bryn illawr Itlonograph Series, Vol. IX. 'l' For second semerir. 24 VASSAQIQ VVINIFRED SMITH, Ph-D. - - - - Instructor tn Engltsh A. B., Vassar, 1904: A. M., Columbia, 19075 Ph. D., Columbia, 1912. Reader and Tutor in English, Mount Holyoke, 1905-063 Studied at Columbia, 1906-073 Studied at the Sorbonne, 1908-09, and at Columbia, 1909-111 Associate Alumnae Fellow in English, 1909-10. Instructor in English, Knox School, Lakewood, N. J., 1907-08: Instructor in English, Vassar, 1911. Member of lXIodern Language Association. Published: Articles in llffozlcrn Philology and Psychological Bulleting Commeflm clell'arle, a Study in Itfilmn Popular Comedy. Publications in which articles have appeared: The Outlook. The Dial, Dfodcrn Language Notes, Yuhrbuch. iles zleulsrhcn Shrzkespcare Gesellschaft. GERTRUDE ELLEN BALLARD, A.M., fb B K - Instructor in English A. B., University of Minnesota, 1903: A. M., Columbia 19055 Albert Howard Scholarship, University of Minnesota, 1903-04: Curtis Scholarship, Columbia, Europe, 1912-13, with study at Oxford and Cambridge. Instructor in English, University of Minnesota, 1903-043 Instructor in English, Vassar, 1905-12: 1913. HELEN ESTABROOK SANDISON, Ph.D. - - Instructor tn English A. B., Bryn Mawr, 1906: A. M., Bryn Mawr, 19073 Ph. D., Bryn Mawr, 1911. Bryn Mawr European Fellow, Studying at Oxford, 1909-10. h'Iember Modern Language Association. Published: The "Chanson l!'A1767llllTE'1 in lllirldle Englislz, in Bryn .Mawr Illonograph Series. Vol. XII: 1913. Quimlrnim Signn. mile Iiulicizzm, in Archiv f. rl. Studium d. Neuerert Sprachen 11. Lileralurcnq Spenscfs "Lost Poems" rmzt Their Probable Relation to His "Faerie Qucenef' in Publications of 1111: illorleru Language flssocialion. Bryn Mawr Resident Fellow in English, 1908-1909: Bryn Mawr European Fellow studying at Oxford, England, 1909-1910. Assistant principal. Brookville High School, Ind., 1907-1908. Reader in English, Bryn Mawr, 1911-1913. Instructor in English, Vassar, 1913. KATHARINE TAYLOR, A.M. ---- Instructor tn Engltslt A. B., Vassar, 1910g A. M., University of Michigan, 1911. Holder William Borden Fund, 1911- 12. Instructor in English, Frances XV. Parker School, Chicago, 1912-15. Instructor in English, Vassar, 1913. JANE GAY DODGE, A.M., fb B K - - - Instructor tn English, A. B., Radclilfe, 19041 A. M., University of California, 1914, Instructor in English, Mills College, Oakland, California, 1909-13: Instructor in English. Vassar, 1914. MARY REBECCA THAYER, Ph.D., fb B K - - Instructor rn Engltsh A. B., Western Maryland College, 1906:A. B. , Cornell University, 1908 3 A. M., Cornell University 19123 Ph. D., Cornell University, 1914. Instructor in English, Vassar, 1914. Graduate scholarship in English, Cornell University, 1911-1912. Cornell Fellowship, Cornell University, 1912-1913, 1913-1914. Member Modern Language Association, Instructor in English, Vassar. 1914. HELEN MORRISON, AB. - - - Instructor tn Spoken Engltslt A. B., Oberlin College, 1912. Graduate Leland Powers School of Expression, 1914. In- structor in Expression, Kentucky College for Wonien, Danville, Ky., 1914-153 Assistant in Spoken English, Vassar, 19153 Second Semester-Instructor in Spoken English, Vassar, 1915. BURGES JOHNSON, AB. - - Assistant Professor of English. Director Bureaus of Publication. A. B., Amherst College, 1899. Member National Education Association. Publisher of Educational Books. MARY YOST, A.B., A.M. - - Assistant Professor of English A. B., Vassar, 19043 A. M.. Vassar, 1912. Fellow in University of Michigan, 1913-1914 Held Diary Richardson and Lydia Pratt Babbott Fellowship, from Vassar, 1913-1914. Vassar Students Aid Society Fellowship 1914-1915. Two years special work at University of Michigan centered around a study oi argumentative theory. 25 VAS AR ic: ALICE D. SNYDER, A.M., Ph.D., qi B K - - Instructor in English A. B., Vassar, 1909: A. M., Vassar, 1911: Ph. D., University of Michigan, 1915: Assistant in English, Rockford College, 1909-1910: Graduate scholar. Vassar, 1910-1911: Holder of special Vassar Fellowship and resident fellowship at University of Michigan, 1911-1912: Instructor in English, Vassar, 1912-1914: Assistant. in Rhetoric, University of Michigan, 1914-1915: Instructor. in English, Vassar, 1915. Member of Modern Language Association of America. Published: Notes on the Tall: of a Two and a Half Year Old Boy, in the Pedagogical Seminary. SARAH HINCKS, A.M. ----- Instructor in English A. B., Vassar, 1910: A. M., University of Michigan, 1914. Teacher in Miss Wheelers School, Providence, R. I., 1910-1913: Instructor in English, Vassar, 1915. ,JANE E. HERENDEEN, A.M. - - Instructor in Spoken English A. M., Columbia University, Teacher's diploma from School of Expression in Boston: Lec- tured and read for the Browning Society of New York: Given courses of lecture readings at Brook- lyn Institute of Arts and Sciences: Given various aspects of Spoken English at the Association of English Teachers of New York City at the State Conventions at Rochester and New York and the National Association of Speech Arts at Washington. Geology GEORGE BURBANK SHATTUCK, Ph.D. Professor of Geology and Mineralogy B. S., Amherst: Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University. Fellow in Geology, ' Johns Hopkins University, 1896-97. Associate Professor, Johns Hopldns University: Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, Vassar. 1906. Member Geological Society of America: American Geographical Society. Published: The Pleistocene Problem of the North Atlantic Coastal Plain: Development of Knon-ledge Concerning the Physical Features of Cecil County, JDJ.: Physiography and Geology ofthe Coastal Plain Formations of Cecil County, Md.: Geology of the Bahama Islands: Some General Considerations Relating to the Bahama Islands: Development of Knowledge Concerning the Physical Features of Calvert County, WI11.: Plzysiograplzy of Calvert County, Blat.: Geology of Calvert County, Nld.: Geological 1VIap of Calvert County, Add.: Geological tkfap of Cecil County, ikfd.: The Pliocene and Pleistocene Deposits of illarylantlf The llliocene Deposits of illarylandf Development of Knowledge Concerning the Physical Features of Saint IVIary's County, Aid.: Physiography of Saint 1lIary's County, Jfld.: Geology of Saint Illary's County, lla.: Geology of the Patuxent Quadrangle: Geology of the St. 1Uary's Quadrangle: Paleontology of the Buda Limestone, Terasp Geological Rambles near Vassar College: Con- centration uersus Transportation, a Need of Accurate illeasurements in Stream Works. FLORA MAY SMITH, A.B. ---- Assistant in Geology A. B., Vassar, 1915. Assistant in Geology, Vassar, 1915. German MARIAN P. WHITNEY, Ph.D. - - - Professor of German Ph. D., Yale, 1901: Undergraduate Work in Europe and in private work with Yale Professors: Graduate Student at Yale, 1895-97: University of Paris, 1897: University of Zurich, 1898: Yale University. 1900-01. Teacher of Modern Languages, New Haven High School, 1892-1905. Professor of German. Vassar, 1905. Director of the New England Modern Language Association: Director of the New York State Modern Language Association, and Chairman of the Hudson Valley Section of this Association: Member of the Modern Language Association of America: Vice-President of the Association of Modern Language Teachers of the Middle Atlantic States and Maryland. Published: Several German and French readers, grammars and texts: Advanced German Composition, Easy Prose Composition, and Geschichte der Deutschen Literatur, in Collaboration vsnth Dr. L. L. Stroebe. 26 VA5 S AD, ro LILLIAN L. STROEBE, Ph.D. - - Assoctate Professor of German Ph. D., Heidelberg, Germany, 1904: Studied in Universities of Heidelberg, Berlin, Paris, and Lausanne. Taught in London, 1898-1900, and Rye Seminary, N. Y., 1904-05: Instructor in German, Vassar, 1905: Associate Professor of German, Vassar, 1911. Member Modern Language Association of America. Published: Die altenglisclien Kleizlernameni eine lculturgesohlchtliell etymologische Unler- suchungf Exercises ln German Syntax: and Composition Cwith Professor NI. P. Whitneyj: Easy German Composition lwith Professor WVl1i1.1neyJ: Gescliichte der deutschen. Literatar Cwith Professor NVhitneyJ: articles in various periodicals. HENRIETTE STRUCK - - - Asszstant Professor of German Lehrerinnen-Seminar in Berlin, and in Stift Keppel, Westphalia, 'Germany. Received Prussian State Diploma for Teachers. Travel and study in England, France and Italy: a semes- ter's study at University of Leipsic. Instructor in Wheaton Seminary, Norton, Mass.: Miss Hall's School, Pittsfield, Mass.: Instructor in German, Vassar, 1900: Assistant Professor of German, Vassar, 1914. LOUISE IVIALLINCKRODT KUEFFNER, Ph.D - Instructor rn German A. B., A. M., Ph. D., University of Chicago. Studied at Washington University, St. Louis: University of Berlin. Instructor in German, Mary Institute, St. Louis: Lombard College, Gales- burg, Tll.: Instructor in German, Vassar. 1907. Member Liodern Language Association of America. Published: The Development of the Historic Drarnag Articles in The Pathfinder, illodern Language Notes, Journal of English IlIlllG!GI'7IIl1ll-fC Pfll-LUZOUZI, Sewanee Review, The Colonnarle. FLORENCE GERTRUDE JENNEY, Ph.D., eb B K - Instracfor in German A. B., Oberlin College, 1907: Ph. D., Freiburg, 1911: Student in Munich and Freiburg, Germany, 1908-12. Teacher in Oberlin High School, 1907-08: Instructor in German, Vassar, 1912. AGATHE WVILHELMINA RICHRATH - - - Assistant 'tn German Notre Dame School, Munich, Germany, 1908-1910: Lehrerinnen-Seminar, Munich: Staats- examen fur Lehrerinnen der Modern-Sprachen. 1910: Teacher of German and French at Friends Select School, Media, Pa.: Travel and one semesters study in the Boice School of Expression. Philadelphia, Pa.: Continued for one half year in Vienna under Professor NVieland, 1913-1915. Assistant in German, Vassar, 1915. Greek ABBY LEACH, A.lVI., fb B K ---- Professor of Greek A. B., Vassar, 1885. Student at Harvard Annex CRadcliFl'eJ, 1878-833 1 Leipsic University, 1886-87: Studied under Professor Gildersleeve and attended his lectures at Johns Hopkins University, 1885: Spent several months in Greece, 1887, 1901, '13. Instructor in High School, Brockton, Mass.: Girls' Latin School, Boston, Mass.: Vassar, 1883. Member of the Managing Committee of the School at Athens: Mem- ber of the Council of the Archaeological Institute: Member Classical Associ- ation of Great Britain: Classical .Association of the Middle States and Mary- lard: Archaeological Institute: American Philological Association: Associa- tion of Collegiate Alumnae: College Equal Suffrage League: Vassar Stu- dents'Aid Society: Japanese Society of New York: General Clubs: For- mer President of the American Philological Association, and of the Asso- ' Ciation of Collegiate Alumnae. Recipient of a gold cup from the Emperor of Japan. Published: Articles in American Journal of Philologyf Classical Review: Journal of the Association of the Collegiate Alumnae. GRACE HARRIET MACURDY, Ph.D. - Associate Professor of Greek A. B., Radcliffe, 1888: Ph. D., Columbia University, 1903. Graduate Study at Radcliffe. University of Berlin and Columbia University: Foreign Fellow of Boston Women's Educational 27 VASSAQIQ 1 Association, 1899-1900. Teacher of Classics in the Cambridge School for Girls: Instructor at Vassar, 1893: Associate Professor of Greek, Vassar, 1903: has given Greek Courses in Columbia University, in the summer sessions of 1908, '09. '10, '11, '12, '13, '14, Member American Philological Association: Classical Association of the Middle States and Maryland: British Classical Association. Published: Chronology of the Extant Plays of Euripirles: Studies in Greek religion, literatlu'e, history, and comparative studies in Latin and English Literature in Radcliffe Studies, Transactions of the American Philoloyical Association The Cl1SStCQlQttGTl6Tl'y, The Classical Review, etc. Ztalsturp rLUcY MAYNARD SALMON, A.M., L.H.D. - Professor of History A. B., University of Michigan, 1876: A. M., 1883: L. H. D., Colgate University, 1912. Fellow in History, Bryn Niawr, 1886-87. Instructor in History, Indiana State Normal School. 1883-86. Associate Professor of History, Vassar, 1887: Professor of History, Vassar,1889. Europe, 1898-1900. Published: Education in Micltiyan during the Territorial Period, 18853 HiSl0T'Ll of U16 A10270iTLf' ing Power of the President, 1885: Fulton Female Seminary, 18901 A Statistical Inquiry Concerning Domestic Service, 1892: The Union, of Utrecht, 1893: Domestic Service, 1897: SeCOl1d edition With an additional Chapter on Domestic Service in Europe, 1901: Progress in the Household. 1906, JAMES FOSDICK BALDXVIN, Ph.D. fb B K - - Professor of History A. B., Denison University, 1893: Ph. D,, University of Chicago. 1897. Graduate Student in University of Chicago, 1894-95: Fellow in University of Chicago, 1895-97. Instructor in Greek, Denison University, 1892-94: Instructor in History, Vassar, 1897-1903: Associate Professor of History, Vassar, 1903: Professor of History, Vassar. 1907. Study abroad, 1904-05, 11-12. Member American Historical Association: Honorary Member of the Manorial Society of England: Editor for the Selden Society. Published: The Soutage and Knight Service in. England: The Kirtg's Council in England: C01itI'ibu'ti0rlS to Royal llistorical Society, English Historical Review, American Historical Review. ELOISE ELLERY, Ph.D., 111 B K - Associate Professor of History A. B., Vassar, 1897: Ph. D., Cornell. 1902: Mary Richardson and Lydia Pratt Babbott Fellow in History at Cornell University. 1897-98: Student at Cornell Universtiy, 1898-99: Association of Collegiate Alumnae Foreign Fellow, 1899-1900. Assistant in History, Vassar, 1900-02: In- structor in History, Vassar, 1902-07: Associate Professor of History, Vassar, 1907, LUCY ELIZABETH TEXTOR, Ph.D., fb B K Associate Professor of History Ph. B., University of Michigan: A. M., Leland Stanford, Jr,, University: Ph. D., Yale, Graduate Work in Sociology, Chicago University: University Fellow, Yale. Instructor in Castellcja Hall, Palo Alto, Cal.: Hillhouse High School, New Haven, Conn.: Instructor in History, Vassar, 1905: Assistant Professor of History, Vassar, 1913: Associate Professor of History, Vassar, 1915. Member American Historical Association. Published: The Ojirial Relations bctzvecn the United States and the Sioux Indians: A Colony of Emigrcs in Canada, 1789-1815: Hope for the Russian Peasantry, in Popular Science lllonthly. IDA CARLETON THALLON, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor of History A. B., Vassar, 1897: A. M.. 1901: Ph. D., Columbia University, 1905. American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1899-1901: Curtis Graduate Scholar, Columbia University, 1903-04: Mary Richardson and Lydia Pratt Babbott Fellow in Archaeology at Columbia, 1904-05. In- structor in Greek, Vassar, 1901-03: Instructor in Latin, Vassar, 1906-07: Instructor in History, Vassar, 1907-13: Assistant Professor of History. Vassar, 1913. Member American Historical Association: Association of History Teachers of Middle States and Maryland: Classical Association tBritishb: Archaeological Institute of America, Member of Classical Association Of the Atlantic States. Published: Readings in Greek History from Homer to the Battle of Chaeronca, a Collection of Extracts from the Sources: Articles in Classical and Archaeological Publications. C. MILDRED THOMPSON, A.M., Ph.D. it B K Assistant Professor of History A. B., Vassar, 1903: A. M., Columbia University, 1907: Graduate Study at Columbia Univer- sity, 1906-08, '09-10: Ph. D., Columbia University, 1915: Vassar Students' Aid Society Fellow, 1906-07: Curtis Graduate Scholar, Columbia University, 1909-10: Special Fellow from Vassar, 1909- 'tAbsent on leave for second semester. ' 23 VASSAQIO '10. Instructor in NVilford School, Baltimore ,1903-06: Instructor in History, Vassar, 1908-09, 10-15. Assistant Professor of History, Vassar, 1915. Member American Historical Association. Published: Reconstruction in Georgia, Economic, Social anal Political. Carpetbaggers in the United States Senate in Studies in Southern History anrt Politics. VIOLET BARBOUR, Ph.D., fb B K - - - Instructor in History A. B., Cornell, 1906: A. M.. 1909: Ph. D., 1914. Graduate Study at Cornell, 1908-09. In- structor in History, Vassar, 1914. Abroad, 1911-13. Member American Historical Association. Pl1bliSl1Gd: The Life of Sir Henry Bennett, First Earl of Arlington, al'l1iC1C ill the Historical Iicriezu. latin JOHN LEVERETT IVIOORE, Ph.D,, fb B K - - Professor of Latin A. B., Princeton, 1881: A. IVI., Princeton, 1884: Ph. D., Johns Hopkins, - 1891. Graduate Scholar in Latin, .I ohns Hopkins University, 1886-87: Fellow ' Q V I in Latin, 1837-88: Fellow by Courtesy, 1888-91. Tutor in Latin. Princeton, 1882-85: Instructor in Latin, Johns Hopkins, 1886, '88-89: Associate Pro- fessor of Latin, Vassar, 1891: Professor of Latin, Vassar, 1893. - Member American Philological Association: Archaeological Institute of America: Secretary of Jury on Fellowships, School of Classical Studies, ' American Academy in Rome: Classical Association of the Atlantic States. J Published: Latin Prose Exercises: Scrvius on the Tropcs and Figures of ' Virgil. 1, . , I 1- , Q., f .- GJIYQZZZEJ .. :L ti ELIZABETH HATCH PALMER, Ph.D., fb B K Associate Professor of Latin A. B., VVellesley, 1887: Ph, D., 1905. Graduate Student in Wellesley, 1887-88: Graduate Student in Yale, 1897-1900: Honorary Fellow of Yale University, 1904-05. Instructor in Latin in Wheaton Seminary, Norton, Mass., 1887-97: Instructor in Greek, Vassar, 1900-01: Instructor in Latin, 1902-05: Associate Professor of Latin, 1905. hflember American Philological Association: Classical Association of the Atlantic States. ELIZABETH HAZELTON HAIGHT Ph.D., fr B K Associate Professor of Latirt A. B., Vassar, 1894: A. IW., 1899: Ph. D., Cornell University, 1909. Graduate Student in Cornell, 1901-02: Graduate Scholarship in Cornell, 1901: Holder of the M ary Richardson and Lydia Pratt Babbott Fellowship, 1901: Holder of the Fellowship of the Associate Alumnae, 1908: Grad- uate Scholarship in Cornell, 1908. Instructor in Rye Seminary, Rye, N. Y., 1894-95: in Emma Willard School, Troy, N. Y., 1895-1900: in Packer Collegiate Institute. Brooklyn. N. Y., 1900-01: Instructor in Latin, Vassar, 1902-08, '09: Associate Professor of Latin, Vassar, 1910. lliember American Philological Associationg Classical Association of the Atlantic States. Published: Articles in Poet Lore. School Rcrieur, Classical Journal, Classical Weekly, Art and Archaeology. I CATHERINE SAUNDERS, Ph.D. - - Assistant Professor of Latin A. B., Elmira College, 1891: Ph. D.. Columbia University, 1909. Graduate Student, Bryn Mawr College, 1898-1900: Travel and study in Germany and Italy, 1902-03: University of Munich, 1903: Graduate Student. Columbia University, 1905-07: Teacher of Latin and Mathematics, High School, Belfast, N. Y., 1893-95: Principal of Park.Place School, Elmira, N. Y.: Instructor in Latin, Vassar, 1900-03, '04-05, 'O7: Assistant Professor of Latin, Vassar, 1913. lvIember American Philological Association: Classical Association of the Atlantic States: New York State Teachers' Association, Classical Section. Published: Costume in Roman Comedy: The Introduction of Ilfasks on the Roman Stage: Altars onthe Roman Comic Stage: The Site of Dramatic Performances at Rome in the Times of Plautus and Terence. 29 VASS AD. IC 2 LILY Ross TAYLOR, Ph.D., It B K - - - I nstrnctor in Latin A. B., University of Wisconsin, 19063 Ph. D., Bryn Mawr College, 1913. Reader in Classic- al Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College, 1910-123 Instructor in Latin, Vassar, 1912. Member American Philological Association. Published: Thesis, The Cults of Ostia. ETHEL HAMPSON BREWSTER, A.M., Ph.D., fb B K Instructor in Latin A. B., Swarthmore College, 19073 A. M., University of Pennsylvania, 19113 Ph. D., 19153 Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, 1908-14: Bennett Fellowin Latin, 1912-14. Teacher of Latin and Greek. High School, Chester, Pa., 1907-093 Head of the Department of Latin, High School West Chester, Pa., 1909-125 Instructor in Latin, Vassar, February, 1914. Member American Philological Association: Classical Association of the Atlantic States. Published: Notes in Classical Phttotogy. CORNELIA GASKINS HARCUM, A.B., S.M., Ph.D. Instructor in Latin A. B., Goucher College, 1907: S. M., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. Instructor in Lat-in, Vassar, 1915. Mathematics HENRY SEELY WHITE, Ph.D., LL. D., fb B K Professor of Mathematics A. B., Wesleyan University, 1882: Ph. D., University 01' Gottingen, 18905 LL. D., Northwestern University, 1915.1 Assistant in Astronomy, Wesleyan University, 1882-833 Instructor in Mathematics and Chemistry, Centenary Collegiate Institute, 1883-84g Tutor in Mathematics, Wes- leyan University, 1884-87: Assistant in Pure Mathematics, Clark Uni- versity, 1890-923 Associate Professor and Noyes Professor of Pure Mathe- matics, Northwestern University, 1892-1905: Professor of Mathematics. Vassar, 1905. Ex-President of the American Mathematical Society, and Editor of the Society's Transactions, 1907-141 Vice-President of Section A., American Association for t-he Advancement of Science. Member National Academy ' of Sciences. Published: Papers in American Journal of Ilflathematics, lllathema- tische Anrtalen, Acta of the Leopold Karolina Akademie, Bulletin and Transactions of the Americavi Jllathametical Society, Annals of Zllathe- mflticsg also a Dtlfff of Lectures on lllathematics, in the Boston Colloquium. ELIZABETH BUCHANAN COVVLEY, Ph.D., dw B K Assistant Professor of Mathematics A. B., Vassar, 1901: A. M., 1902: Ph. D., Columbia, 1908. Graduate Scholar in Mathe- matics and Astronomy, Vassar, 1901-02: Studied at Columbia University, University of Chicago and Universities of Gottingen and Munich. Reader on College Entrance Examination Board. Instructor in Pennsylvania Public Schools, 1893-975 Instructor in Mathematics, Vassar, 19023 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Vassar, 1913. Member Circoto lllatematico di Palermo: American Mathematical Society, Association of Teachers of Mathematics: Deutsche Mathemaziker Vereinigungq Vice-President of Association of Teachers of Mathematics of the Middle States and Maryland. Published: Dehaittve Orbit of Comet, 1826 II, Published at Kiel, Germany, 19073 Plane Curves of the Eighth Ortter with Two Four-Fold Points Having Distinct Tangents and No Other Point Singu- laritiesg articles in the Bulletin of The American Mathematical Society. Associate Editor of the Revue Semestrielle des Publications Matlzcmaliqztes fAII1SlJG1'd211T1D. FFSOPHIA FOSTER RICHARDSON, A.B. Assistant Professor of Mathematics A. B., Vassar, 1879. Graduate Student at Newnham College and Chicago University, for two years. Teacher in Private School, Rutherford, N. J., 1879-823 Principal of Rutherford Institute, 1882-85. Instructor in Mathematics, Vassar, 1886-19143 Assistant Professor of Mathe- matics, Vassar, 1914. Publishedi A TGI! 300k of Soli1lGcomctry, 1914. Contributions to various periodicals. +Deccased, February 2nd, 1916 30 VAS 5 A111 I LOUISE DUFFIELD CUMMINGS, Ph.D. - Instructor in Mathernattcs: A. B., Toronto University, 1895: A. M., 1902: Ph. D,, Bryn Mawr College, 1914. Fellow in Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania, 1896-97: Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1897-98: Fellow in Mathematics, Bryn Mawr College, 1898-99: Graduate Scholar in Mathe- matics, Bryn Mawr College, 1899-1900: Student of Ontario Normal College, 1900-01. Instructor in Mathematics, St. Margaret's College, Toronto, 1901-023 Instructor in Mathematics, Vassar, 1902. Member American Mathematical Society. Published: On a. lllethod of Comparison for Triple Systems, in Transactions of the American Illathemalical Society. GERTRUDE SMITH, A.M., qw B K - - Instructor in Mathematics A. B., Vassar, 1897: A. M., 1903. Graduate Student, Vassar, 1900-01: Associate Alumnae Fellow in Mathematics, University of Paris, 1907-08: Instructor in Portland, Me., 1897-99, in Englewood, N. J., 1899-1900: Instructor in Mathematics, Vassar, 1901-07, '08. Member American Mathematical Society. MARY EVELYN WELLS, Ph.D., E CE - - Instructor in Mathematics A. B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1904: S. M., University of Chicago, 1907: Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1915. Holder of '86 Fellowship of Mt. Holyoke, 1906-1907: Talcott Scholar, University of Chicago, 1914: Fellow in Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1914-1915: Instructor in Mathe- matics, lkit. Holyoke, 1907-1912: Acting Associate Professor of Mathematics, Oberlin College, 1914-1915: Instructor in lklathematics, Vassar, 1915. Member American Nlathemat-ical Society. ilillusin GEORGE COLEMAN Gow, Mus.D. - - - Professor of Music- A. B., Brown, University: Mus. D., Brown University, Newton Theo- logical Seminary. Teacher of Piano and Theory, Smith College, 1889-95: Professor of Music, Vassar, 1895. Europe, 1892-93: 1906-07. Member Music Teachers' National Association: New York State Music Teachers' Association: International Musical Society: President of the Music Teachers' National Association, 1912. Published: Structure of ilIlLSlC,' 1895: Lessons in Elementary Theory, Elementary Harmony and Advanced Harmony, in the American Encyclopedia and History of Music, 1910: also Songs and Part Songs. and articles in musical magazines. JOHN CoRNEL1Us GRIGGS, Ph.D. - - - Instructor in Stnging' A. B., Yale: Ph. D., Leipsic. Instructor in Singing, Vassar, 1897: Instructor in Singing and in History of Music, Vassar, 1912. KATE S. CHITTENDEN ---- Instructor in Ptanoforte- Studied with Jules Fossier, Lucy H. Clinton, A. R. Parsons and Harold Bauer. President, Metropolitan College of Music: Vice-President and Dean of American Institute of Applied Music: President of Synthetic Guild of Pianoforte Teachersg Founder of American Guild of Organists. Lecturer in New York City Public Lecture Course since 1892: Organist and Choir Director of Calvary Baptist Church, New York City, 1879-1906. In charge of Piano Depart- ment in the Catherine Aiken School, Stamford, Conn. Member lklacdowell Association: Life Member New York State Music Teachers' Asso- ciation, and Life Member National Music Teachers' Association. Published: Various works 011 Techique and Pianoforte playing and numerous Maga- zine articles. GUSTAV DANNREUTHER - - - - Instructor in Violin Berlin- Hochschule fur Musik. Pupil of De Ahna and Jos. Joachim. Player and Teacher in London, England, 1873-77. Member of the Boston Mendelssohn Quintette Club, 1877-80: Director of the Buffalo Philharmonic Society, 1882-84: Concert Master of the New York Sym- phony and Oratorio Society for two years: Member of Philharmonic Society until 1906. occu- 31 VA.-21: fs All 1 Q A pying a place at the Hrst desk: Organizer of the Dannreuther String Quartette in 1884. In- structor in Violin, Vassar, 1906. Published: Set of Scale and Chord Studies, published by Breitkopf and Hartel, Leipsic. DONALD N. TWEEDY, A.B. ---- Instructor in Music A. B., Harvard, 1912: Summer Course, University of Geneva, Switzerland, summer, 1912: Lectures at the Sorbonne, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Sociales, Conservatoire de llflusique, Paris: Institute of Musical Art, New York, 1913-1914: Instructor in Music, Vassar, 1914. SUSIE PEERS SNELLING - - - Assistant to Miss Chittenden Studied with Kate S. Chittenden, Albert Ross Parsons, Dudley Buck, Leslie J. Hodgson, Harold Bauer. Assistant to Miss Chittenden, 1913. ISLAY MACDONALD - - - Assistant to Miss Chittenden Studied with Kate S. Chittenden, William F. Sherman, Harry Rowe Shelley. Graduate of the American Institute of Applied Music. Assistant to Miss Chittenden, 1913. 'CARL PAIGE WOOD, A.B. A.M., - Assistant Professor of Music A. B., Harvard, 1906: A. M., Harvard, 1907. Assistant Professor of Music, Vassar, 1915. ELINOR SPRAGUE GENUNG, A.B. - - - Assistant in Music A. B., Vassar, 1914. Assistant for one year to Professor XV. T. Bigelow, Professor of Music at Amherst College: Assistant in hiusic, Vassar, 1915. ihbilvfvpbp 1. WOODBRIDGE RILEY, Ph.D., fb B K - Professor of Philosophy A. B., Yale University, 1892: A. M., 1898: Ph. D., 1902. Graduate Study in Philosophy at Yale, Columbia, and Johns Hopkins University: Johnson Research Scholar in Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1904- 07. Instructor in English, New York University, 1897-98: Professor of Philosophy, University of New Brunswick, Canada, 1902-04: Professor of Philosophy, Vassar, 1908. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science: Member of the Executive Committee of the American Philosophical Association: Associate Editor of The International Year Book. Published: The Founder of illormonisrn: A Psychological Study of Joseph Smith, Jr,,' American Philosophy: The Early Schools: American Thought: Frorn Puritanisnz to Pragmatism. Qpp. 8-3733 About Sixty re- views and articles, chiefly on American and Italian Philosophy and Psychology, in the Psychological Bulletin, Psychological Review, Journal of Philosophy, Nation, Bookman, etc. DURANT DRAKE, Ph.D., eb B K - - - Professor of Ethics A. B., Harvard, 19003 A. M., Harvard, 1902, Ph. D., Columbia University, 1911. In- structor in Philosophy, University of Illinios, 1911-1912: Associate Professor, XVestern University, 1912-1915: Professor of Ethics, Vassar, 1915. Member of Religious Education Association: National Education Association: Authors' League of America: American Philosophical Association. Published: Various religious articles in The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scien- tihc Methods, the Outlook, The Inzlependent, American Journal of Theology, The North American Review, The Forum, The National lllunicipal Review. "Problems of Conduct," 1914, "Problems of Religion," 1916. ipbpsinal Training HARRIET ISABEL BALLINTINE - Director of Physical Training Graduate of Dr. Sargentfs Normal School of Physical Training, 1891: Graduate of the Cambridge Summer Normal School of Classic Dancing, 1911: Studied in Harvard Summer School, 1891, '92, '96, '98. Assistant ln Gymnasium, Lasell, 1890-91: Gymnasium Director, Vassar, 1891: Instructor in Harvard Summer School, 1901-02. Member of American Physical Educational Society: American Posture League: Sargent Normal School Association. Wan ,.,t,,3 , , lf. , V . F . -rw ' 1'- ,j Y ggi 2 ' t 32 ttu9rvAs 3 AQ I cp new MARIANNE LOUISE KING - - I nstrnctor in Physical Training Sargent Normal School. Assistant in physical training, Vassar, 1900. MARY CORNELIA CATLIN, A.B. - Assistant in Physical Training A. B., Vassar, 1914. Assistant in physical training, Vassar, 1914. MARGARET G. MERRISS, A.B. - Assistant in Physical Training A. B., Cornell University, 1914: Sargent School for Physical Education, 1915. Phpgiw LEROY C. COOLEY, Ph.D., fb B K - Professor Emeritus of Physics A. B., Union College, 1858. Student of Chemistry, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Instructor in Science in the Lockport Union School: in Mathematics in Fairheld Seminary: in Science in Cooperstown Seminary: Professor of Natural Science in New York State Normal College, 1861-74: Professor of Physics and Chemistry, Vassar, 1874: Professor of Physics, Vassar, 1894: Professor Emeritus, Vassar, 1907. Member American Physical Society: National Educational Association: New York State Science Teachers' Association: National Geographic Society: Trustee of Vassar Brothers' Institute. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Published: Textbooks on Physics, Elementary and Advanced: Textbooks on Chemistry, Elementary and Advanced: Papers on Educational Subjects in Proceedings of University Con- vocation, The New York State Science Teachers' Association, The New York State Teachers' Association. Some Miscellaneous Papers: From Newton to Kirchoy'-Spectrum Analysis, 1872, Proc. Albany Institute: The lllolecular Theory, 1879, Popular Science lllonthlyg The Evolution of Science,-1884. Proc. Vassar Brothers' Institutc,' Science for Education, 18993 Annual Address New York State Science Teachers' Association. Investigations: Electricly applied to register vibrations, 1868, Proc., Albany Institute: The Electric Register and a Study ofthe :Intervals in the illusical Scale, 1860, Journal of the Franklin Institute: Determination of the Pitch of Koeniy's Tuning Forks by the Electric Rcyister, 1877. Proc. Poughkeepsie Society of Natural Science: Convection Applied to the Detection of Heat, 1873, Proc. Albany Institute: The Convection Thcrrnoscopc: experiments, two papers, 1873-74, Journal of the Franlclin In,stitutc,' Theory of the Convection Therrnoscope and the Crookes Ratliomcter, 1875, Proc., Poughkeepsie Society of Natural Science: Repulsion by Heat, the Razliations in Air anrl Vacua, Historical Sketch, 1876, Trans. Albany Instituteg The Limit of Visibility of illinute Particles, 1888, Trans, Vassar Brothers' Institute: The Solubility of Gypsum in Slowly llI0ll'IlIlU Water, 1870, Proc., Albany Insiituteg A Steady Antornatic Air-blast for the Laboratory, 1870, Journal of the Franklin IVIISU-l'l1l6,' A Blow-pipe Assay of Silrer Ores by the Automatic Air-blast, 18715 To Remove Noxious Vapors while Evaporatiny Corrosive Liquids on the Laboratory Tables, 1885, American Journal of Chemistry, London Chemical News. FREDERICK A. SAUNDERS, Ph.D., fb B K - - Professor of Physics A. B., Toronto University, 1895: Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899. Scholar in Phys- ics, Johns Hopkins University, 1898: Fellow, 1898-99, Research in Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, England, summer, 1913. and in Tubingen, winter semester, 1913-14. Instructor in Physics, Haverford College. 1899-1901: Instructor in Physics, Syracuse University 1901-1902: Associate Professor of Physics, Syracuse University, 1902-05: Professor of Physics, Syracuse University, 1905-14: Professor of Physics, Vassar, 1914. Member American Physical Society: Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. Published: Various articles, for the most part on radiators and spectroscopy, in Astrophysical Journal, Physical Review, and The Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. EDNA CARTER, Ph.D. - - - Associate Professor of Physics A. B., Vassar, 1894: Ph. D., Vitiirzburg, 1906. Student, Chicago University, 1898-99: Stu- dent, NV1iI'Zb1l.1'g, Germany, 1904-06: Sarah Berliner Research Fellowship for WVomen, 1911' Vlfiirzburg 1911-12. Assistant Principal, High School, De Pere, NVis., 1895-96: Assistant in Physics, Vassar, 1896-98, Instructor in Physics, State Normal School, Oshkosh, Wis., 1899-1904' Instructor in Physics, Vassar, 1906-11: Associate Professor of Physics, Vassar, 1912. Member American Physical Society: Fellow of American Association for Advancement of Science. Published: Papers in Annalen der Physik, Physical Review. v 33 VA.S 5 A 122. 1 CQ y mi HELEN SHEPARD HOLBROOK, A.B. - - Instructor in Physics A. B., Vassar, 1904. Assistant in Physics, Vassar, 1905-08, '09-10: Instructor in Physics, Vassar, 1910. Studied at Northwestern University, 1905-19063 University of Chicago, summers 1910, 1913, 1915, second semesters, 1914-1915. FRANCES GERTRUDE WICK, Ph.D., E E - - Instructor in Physics A. B., Wilson, 18973 A. B. Cornell, 19051 A. M., Cornell, 1906: Ph. D., Cornell, 1908: Grad- uate Scholar in Physics, Cornell, 1906-073 Graduate Fellow in Physics, Cornell, 1907-08. Instructor in High School, Butler, Pa., 1898-19043 Instructor in Physics, Simmons College, 1908-103 Instruc- tor in Physics, Vassar, 1910. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Associate Member of the American Physical Society. Published: Articles on Spectrophotometric Studies in Fluorescence, Physical Review and Physikalisclzcn Zeitschrifzg series of articles on Electrical Properties of hletallic Silicon, Phys- ical Review. ADELE E. STREESMAN, A.M. - - - Instructor in Physics A. B., Hunter College, New York City, 1912. A. M., Columbia. 1914. Instructor in Physics Hunter College, 1912-14, Instructor in Physics, Vassar, 1914. Bbpsiulugp ant i!?PQizne ELIZABETH BURR THELBERG, M.D. Professor of Physiology and Hygiene Professor of Physiology and Hygiene, Vassar, 1887. HAZEL BONNESS, BS., M.D. - - Assistant in Physiology Assistant in Physiology, Vassar, 1915. igulitiral Svnience EMERSON DAVID FITE, Ph.D., fb B K Professor of Political Science A. B., Yale, 1897: Ph. D., Harvard University, 1905. Ozias Goodwin Memorial Fellow in Harvard University, 1902-035 Edward Austin Fellow, Harvard University, 1903-043 Austin Teaching Fellow in Governments Harvard University, 1904-OG. Instructor in History, Yale, 1906-095 Assistant Professor of History, Yale, 1909-133 Lecturer in Government, Harvard, 19133 Professor of Political Science, Vassar, 1913. Member American Historical Association. Published: Social mul Inzlustrizzt Cofzrlitialzs in the .Yorth During lhe Ciril War, The Prcsiflcrztizrt Election of 18603 A History ofthe U1riterlSt11.tes. ALICE NYE FITE, A.B., fb B K - 'Assistant in Political Science A. B., Colby Collegc, 1897. Pfrrbvlvue ' MARGARET FLOY XVASHBURN, Ph.D., 11: B K, E 3 Professor of Psychology A. B., Vassar, 1891: A. BI., 1893: Ph. D., Cornell, 1894. Fellow in Philosophy, Cornell, 1893-94. Professor of Philosophy, Wells College, 1895-1900: Warden of Sage College, Cornell University, 1900-02: Lecturer in Psychology, Cornell University, 1901-023 Assistant Professor of Psy- chology, University of Cincinnati, 1902-033 Associate Professor of Phil- osophy, Vassar, 1903: Professor of Psychology, Vassar, 1908. Q Member American Psychological Associationg American Philosophical Association. Co-operating Editor of The American Journal of Psychologyg The Psychological Bulletin, and The Journal of Animal Behavior. Published: Articles inPhilasophische Sturlien, The Philosophical Review, The Psychological Review, The American Journal of Psychology, and other journalsg Translation of VVundt's Ethical Systems and The Principles of llloralityg The Animal lllinflg A Text-Book of Comparative Psychology. 34 VALg 5 A1111 o A ELIZABETH L. WOODS, Ph.D. - - Assistant in Psychology A. B., University of Oregon, 1905: A. IVI., 1910: Ph. D., 1913. Scholar in Psychology, Clark University, 1910-11: Fellow, 1911-13. Assistant in Psychology, Vassar, 1914. Member American Psychological Association. Published: Recent Experiments in Committing to Memory, in Pedagogical Seminary, 1913. JOSEPHINE M.. GLEASON, A.B. - - Assistant in Psychology A. B., Vassar, 1914: Assistant in Psychology, Vassar, 1914. SYBIL HUNTINGTON MAY, A.B. - - - Assistant in Psychology A. B., Vassar, 1914: Assistant in Pyschology, Vassar, 1914. Lois TREADIVELL, A.B., ft B K - - Assistant in Psychology A. B., Vassar, 1914. Assistant in Psychology, Vassar, 1914. Romania languages JEAN CHARLEMAGNE BR.ACQ, Litt.D.,LL.D. ,Oiiieer d'Instruetion Publique Professor of French A. B., hIcGill University, 1881: Litt. D., Colgate University, 1904: LL. D., McGill University, 1911. Student at the Newton Theological Institution, 1881-83: at the Sorbonne, College de France, and the Faculte de Theologie ofParis, 1884-853 Secretary of the American McGill Associa- tion, 1886-919 Associate Professor of Modern Languages, Vassar, 1891: Professor of Modern Languages, Vassar, 1892. Editor of Huguenot Quarterly, 1896-1903. Delivered Course of Lectures on L'Contemporary French Literature," at the Lowell Institute, 1898. Decorated by the French Government in 1903. Delegate to the International Peace Congress at Rouen, 1903, and to the Hague, 1914. Read a Paper at the Academie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, of Paris-used as a Historical basis for the settlement of the Newfoundland question hy the French Government. Member of the National Institute of Social Sciences: Corresponding Member of the National Geographic Society and of the Brooklyn Insti- stutc of Arts and Sciences. Honorary hiemher of Institute of Social Sciences. . Published: Articles in The Outlook, The Inzlepenrterzt, The Andover I?en'ioy'. The North American Review, The National Geographic illagazine. The Erlucatiozial Review, La Revue IIi.storz'qu:' of Paris, and other periodicals: France Under the Republic, 1910. GEORGIIANNA CONROXV, A.M. - - Assistant Professor of French A. B., Cornell. 18993 A. M., Cornell, 1902. Studied in Germany and Paris, 1899-1901. Instructor in Olean, N. Y., 1903: in South Orange, N. J., 1904-05: Thousand Island Park, summers of 1903 and 1904: Instructor in French, Vassar, 1905. Studied at Columbia University, second semester, 1914: at Tours, summer, 1914: Assistant Professor oi French, Vassar, 1915. FLORENCE DONNELL XNHITE, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor of French: A. B., Mt. Holyoke, 1903. A. M., Mt. Holyoke, 1907: Ph. D., Bryn Mawr, 1915. Graduate XVork in French Literature and Philology the Sorbonne and Ecole des Hautes Etudes, Paris, 1903-1904: Scholar in Romance Languages, Bryn Maur, 1906-1907: Fellow in Romance Languages, Bryn A-iawr, 1907-1908: Instructor in French in the Central High School, Spring- field, Mass., 1904-1906: Instructor in French, Vassar, 1908-15: Assistant Professor of French Vassar, 1915. Member of Modern Language Association of America. Published: Voltairehs Essay on Epic Poetry: A Study and Ari Addition, 1915. - 35 ' VAS 5 313,121 1 Q EDITH FAHNESTOCK, Ph.D. - - I ustructor ru I taltuu and Spanish B. L., Vlfestern Reserve University, 18943 Ph. D., Bryn Biaxvr, 1908. Graduate W'ork, Uni- versity of Zurich and the Sorbonne, 1894-963 Fellow in Romance Languages, Bryn Mawr College, 1897-983 Bryn lvlawr College, 1901-02, 06-07. Head of lNIodern Language Department, Mississippi State College for VVornen, 1898-1901, 02-062 Instructor in Romance Languages, Mount Holyoke College, 1907-08: Instructor in Italian and Spanish, Vassar. 1908. lwernber Modern Language Associationg Dante Society of Aniericag American Philological Association. Published: A Study ofthe Composition of the Old French "Lai d' Havelocf' 191-1. A. CECILE REAU, BS., D.E.S., C.A.E.S., - Instructor rQrr.Freuch Brevet Superieur de 1'Enseignement primaire3 Diplenie de fin cl' etudes secondaires3 Lycee de .Ieunes Filles de Versaillesg College Sevigne,CParisDg Universite de Parisg Certificat d'aptitude a Fenseignement des Lettres dans les lycees et colleges de jeunes Iilles, Paris. Professeur de Let- tres au College cle Jeunes Filles de CherboLu'g. On a leave of absence from the French Government CMinistere de l'Instruction publiquej and authorised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France to teach French in Vassar College. Instructor in French, Vassar, 1913. Member Modern Language Association. MATHILDE SCHINDLER, BL., D.E.S. - - Instructor zu French Diploine de fin cl'Etudes, Lycee Fenelon, Paris3 Seminairc, Hanovreg Universite de Goet- tingue, 1906-072 Sorbonne, 1907-11, 12-13: Certificat d'aptitude a l'Enseignernent des Langues vivantes dans les Eccles Norniales, Paris, 19032 Baccalaureat Latin-Langues vivantes-Philosophie, Faculte de Paris, 19103 Dipleme cl'Etudes Superieures de Langues et de Litteratures etrangeres vivantes, Universite de Paris, 1913. Instructor in French, Royal Victoria College, IXIcGill University, Montreal, 1911-123 Instructor in French, Vassar, 1914. 36 VAS 315113. I CN' 35 n Memoriam 'P jlliliso' Sophia :Di iliinbaroson 1 jfehruatp 2, 1916 51101424 Qimilie louise wells Qpril 13, 1916 r 1 ' . ,, V , ' w . - , . 38 va , , 1 39 Q. 3' Q .x -' -N ff!! I fu. I f. , 1.2322 - f.. .V ' S:5?f'7E3E If . x-4 :1 . . q :-14 5551. orifd- ' ' pf ' :..:gEIwRw -. 40 il- .. EQ- 5 , . 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I- JULIA NORTON Serum: Semester PHEBE BRIGGS President KATHARINE VANDUSEN Vice-President MARY HENDRICKSON Secretary MARIAN ROBBINS Treasurer 48 Jfirst Semester I President Vice-President S e cretary Treasurer "I want Mother, dear Mother, dear Mothern Sophomore Batty Qllommittee FRANCES SMITH, Chaifrman RUTH CORNVVALL EMMA DOXVNER HELEN HODGE MARTHA JONES "At afternoon teas, just eat all you please, Tasting of this :mfl of thatg Forget hooks and eyes, beczxusu, if yomfrc wise, You'1l roll and lose your fat? 49 VJ, .. ' -. cn ASUUFVAS E5 A. R I C: NifSHU? 1' F ll - -- LM I . ' ' wa x I , .i" -flax-. Qifizf' - pai E' , f' T "f R R gf! i in ifsgg i p y 5 . aj is 'fxilflgl if ii tfi l 1 1345 ,i,5fi51nU,?Q'1i'i I E lfgelgg r y,r fjA r "k XX, ,X.,X4Xy.,, May's the month in college, Springtin1e's foot-steps fall. Croouses ablow in the oirole, Softly Whispering comes the Wild bird's call. It brings us Vassar's message to her children, Filling every day With bits of springtime bright. Singing when We Win, Singing when We lose, Always going forth again to meet the fight. In the springtime, trees fling their banners high Red buds blow against the sky. Gay time, play time, - Happy days are winging, Youth triumphs with the spring. buphumumz yoke Quota 7 Clllummittee AGNES ROGERS, Chairman VERA COLDING KATHARINE JEFFRIS ELIZABETH KELLER ISABELLA WADSWORTH 50 A ASUJFVAS 5 AD. 1 QNT Zlnbunatinn Sun-topped, old, a living growth, Wind-twisted .sinew of the forest's might, Out of the strength of trees was Wrought the band That linketh, heart to heart throughout the tribe. Therefore, with hands upraised We bless thy boughsg Therefore, with hands out- stretched We seek thy gifts, Thy happy birds, the plenty of the oorn, Rain on the thirsty, and over all The gleaming promise of the rainbow arch. iupijumure Gres fieremunizs Qiummlttee HELEN HODGD Chairman E IZABETH HEATH PHYLLIS ZIMMERS BTIRIAM MARSH EDA STRUNZ EDITHA UNDBRHILL PHYLLIS RIDGELY SUFVAS S AD, 1 oNf SUP jllilarnbing Sung Let the campus hear, '16's drawing near. Sweeping on in chorus, All the world before us. Arm in arm we pledge to 1916, we'll ever Prove our loyalty, In friendly rivalry. Always steady, Facing any fortune joyous hearted. Always ready To hold our own in any contest, may we be Generous in victory, cheerful in defeatg Worthy of the yellow, whatever foe we meet. Luck follows after Light hearts and laughter. And so with hearts and voices gay, We'll sing, '16. 52 . ' VAS 3 AD. I oN EDP PRISCILLA GALT ISABELLA VVADSWORTH MARJORIE ARNOLD NIARY HENDRICKSON EDITH DUTTON HELEN HODGE DOROTHY BAILEY ESTHER RANSOHOEF ETHEL ROSE ELIZABETH MCCREERY ELIZABETH HARDIN aisp Qllbain .AIGTSIZQZ-ALICE WEST EMMA DOWNER ELIZABETH LINDER DOROTHY SAGENDORPH KIXTHIXRINE JEFFRIS KATHARINE PLACE KATHARINE BARCUS LAURA OSBORN ROSA SI-IARPE DOROTHY GRAHAM PHEBE BRIGGS NORMA LEITCH VA5 S AD. 1 oNe Shminr ear QBffice1f5 :First Semester Seeunh Qemester IRMARITA KELLERS GERTRUDE FARNHA31 GRACE X7AN EVERA. ELEANOR Homes ELEANOR LESLIE President IRMARITA KELTJERS Vice-President MIARY VVELLS Secretary EDA STRUNZ Treasurer Nulu I 7 . Presrjd e nt Vzce-Preswlerui e'rA A ' -' 1 ,a..i,:t.g,a5 T?'0f1Sw'61' 1 54 Hlt's with a little thrill of pridci. 1 mount my trusty steal." yuniur artp fiummittee E EDITHA UNDERHILL, Chairman ELEANOR HOBBS HELEN HODGE HELEN JONES ' IRMARITA KELLERS DOROTHY MORDORF PHYLLIS ZIMMERS Hgllkllldlllg Or sitting, lVl1y, Iim always knitting, At morning, at night, or at nOOn.', 55 QSUJEVAS 3 AD, 1 oNl VAS S AR 1 CNR ' REE E E mr U 1 X x ff z A 1 If I K , xl .' 1 Z .vf..4. ' - M' RHYW' X Cffummtttee ETHEL ROSE, C'hai7'man JOSEPHINE CONGDON MARY HENDRICKSON BESSIE LEONORI BKIIRIAM MARSH ROSA SHARPE ISABELLA VVADSNVORTH PHYLLIS ZIMMERS Tumor Zahn Ennis Qlinmmittee RUTH CORNVVALL, Clzairman JOSEPHENE BENDER HELEN LOCKE BARBARA WILLIAMS Zuniurzieniur iililasqueraha Qilummittee MILDRED F. ALLEN, Clzairfnzan MARJORIE BAOON CAROLINE GOODRIOH DOROTHY SAGENDORPH LUCILE SHOWALTER Song Contest-19 1 5 57 VAS 5 AR I CN Seminar 192511: Class M'0tto: "Vincit qui Se ViIlCitH Class Flower: MIS. VVaI'd Rose Class Mascot: Bobby Tonks ELEANOR LESLIE. . ALICE WEST ...... MARY WELLS .... MARIAN ROBBINS ..... FRANCES SMITH. . . ELAINE RALLI . . . Qbffiners 58 . . . .President Vice-President . . . .Secretary . . . . Treasurer .Song Leader . . . . .Cheer Leader VASSAQIQ A I . l r i i I i L. F E . . 1 L, -,-,,.,A,, ,hm MILDRED ALLEN 88 Montview St., West Roxbury, Mass. Milclred's light reading: "Synthetic Division of the Hypocycloidf' Therznoelectroinotive Force of Highest Common Denoniinator. The Exponential and Hyperbolic Function of the Asymtotic Cones. NIILDRED FIELD ALLEN 193 Weyman Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. If 21 girl is good at being a, girl, she never wishes to be a niang Cwitli apologies to Life! and judging from Blildred's expression, appearance, and actions she has absolute knowledge of that gentle art. CONSTANCE MARION ANDREWS Westbaildwin, Me. Constance always looks so mighty happy even on the muggiest, nastiest morning. She certainly is a, big comfort to the rest of us poor un- fortunates. MARJORY PARLIN ANTHONY 140 Main Street, Gouverneur, N. Y. Peggy should have lived about 1860 so the curls could be displayed to full advantage. 59 VAS gee-1 -L MARTHA GUY ARMSTRONG 1 ,-,4- Ji: xb s 5167 Cabanne Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Bobbie came to college quite young-at least she looked it-but 3 . 13" Q E 'fu ' X by Sophomore year a lightning change had put in its appearance, leaving l RQ ,,,2 Amggl, a most grown-up and blasfs young lady Cheavy external influence sus- .ff f pectedj. Junior and Senior year Bobbie hasn't been so startling except 5 V if by her disposition. which is unfailingly sweet in all weather. 1- f I 'Y 3 MARJORIE ARNOLD 1 25 Westland Terrace, Haverhill, Mass. 1 On any subject from the latest dance to the policy of Christians r ' or compulsory chapel, Marj is always ready to give her opinion-and it 1 cIoesn't make a speck of difference whether she knows anything about it , or not. In fact the less sho knows. the more she likes to talk. i 1 I I ' iELIZABETH BELLE ARTHURS . .-.l 'i , l , 7 E. Preston St., Baltimore, Md. i ii- -,,, A regular disciple of the new idea people, Elizabeth alternates her I X 5-if . time waving thc red banner and banging her typewriter. 4 I . li , .. FRANCES ALMIRA ATWATER 219 W. Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y. Math may be a Slough of Despond for some but it is a regular circus for Frances. 60 A J 't " "-'V VVAS s,A1:1 Io tn ann EDNA GERTRUDE BACHMAN 403 W. Oak Street, Hazleton, Pa. From "movies" to "men," to "women reporters" hu 11111810811 changed through her college years. Each in its turn aroused great cnthusi asm and was studied with great vim. But what Teddy will become is 1 , source of great conjecture. I 1 T MARIE BACON 1 101 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, N. Y l 1 Rather a distant air? Well. you know Maries heart ls usually 1 "Far above Cayuga's waters" and from the number of her trips we won 1 der if they could run a Junior NVeek or "such like" up there without her V F A . . -.Y W - V- fr V--W Y.,-, cl assmen. . W! f ,s N1-01... . . Q55 X ' . A "','5:S3 gr:-52 :11 . Yfif "fit I 'Ni F DOROTHY VAN ETTEN BAILEY 127 12th. East, Salt Lake City, Utah Dorothy is a lady of great versatility, especially in the matter of accents. and can play every part from the prattling child to the pmtioniz ing aristocrat, being in the latter role able to impart awe to many under Iii-KTHARINE BARCUS 1062 Bryden Road, Columbus, Don't you know it's naughty To look so very hzmiglity? Why look as cold as ice When you can be so nice! 61 Ohio VAS SAD. I Q I .. .. ,.V. X CHRISTINE WHITE BARNES Woodbine Ave., Overbrook, Philadelphia, Pa. 1' Speaking of recognizing things anywhere, '16 will probably know , Chris' voice even if heard in the heavenly choir. I fi, V "fa5:x.1 l I x I I MILDRED FRANCES BAXTER f I . 14 Dorchester St., Springfield, Mass. V: I Interested? Yes, indeed, in everything. Her spirit is usually un- ' ruffled by any circumstance, but playing a "vie" when one shouldn't rea-lly ' if Q ' gets on her nerves. A person of importance is an irresistible attraction- X - but that is probably because they have work to apportion and she is r' 6 always a willing helper. l - ELEANOR BEAMENSDERFER l -- 1 Manheim, Pa. i With that deep masculine voice and a tendency for "rough.housing" ' Y who would think her so feminine as to ply a. needle? She does though- ! N' and the embroidery is quite worth seeing. l sa ,.., I. . ,. Q . .. , lX1ARGARET KENT BEARD VVashburn Park, Minneapolis, Minn. NVliat "Peg" says is usually final with her roommates because she ii ,I always says the right thing at the right time. 1 62 NHJFVAS 5,13-.l3. 1 op EDU? X . .2 -asai- ,. 1 11 N . g'i,?f,-1' X ff' 1: , iq, i -:. ':-3- :,:, fg,L Q-,I -ef-.i E. 3i'i"' ' , ' . - J' 2. figs- - 6 .,..,.,,V V I .:,.. X ...ms . .,: .,5:1- -f DOROTHY STARR BEARDSLEY 906 Judson Place, Stratford, Conn. On windy days "Dot" has to carry ba,lla.st for fear of being com- pletely blown away. DOROTHY BEEKEN Fainvvood, New Jersey. Such :L lot of hair, and such a, lack of voice! Who can forget her in J English vainly trying to make herself heard-but her Written Work must have made am hit 'cause she rose to the glory of tutor. CONSTANCE ALICE BELL 1325 Elk St., Franklin, Pa. XVith Connie it's a. case of 'istill waters run deep." The only time she makes herself heard is in choir and there she makes up for lost time. JOSEPHENE BENDER 221 S. Union Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. Jo is one of the three funniest people you ever listened to-and incidentally you're apt to listen to her often. 63 VASSAQIQ 1 v, N as , X 1 , . ., ,g k f5E2','jv 4 :g:::J4 '.,g':jZ- ., H -' f s . I . TQ: 5 K 2' ' ' L.. , HAZLE PARKER BENEDICT 67 Harrison St., East Orange, New Jersey. "Oh, work is such a bore!" So being bored with college work I-Iazle took a fling at the domestic arts and joined a cooking class. This and daily letters are "Beno's" chief activities. NIINNA HYNIAN BESSER 540 VV. 144th St., New York City. Minna draws, but lacking the much-talked-of artistic temperament she inclines to journalism, in which she seems to get many interesting side- lights. It wouldn't surprise anybody if she finally connected herself with the New York Tribune. GLADYS MERWIN BLAKESLEE 84 Norton St., New Haven, Conn. She says what she thinks when she thinks it, but with a laugh at the ond that takes away the force of the blow. BARBARA BLATCHFORD 333 N. Euclid Ave., Oak Park, Ill. Among her friends she numbers The Powers That Be. She chats and bats with them on the links or at a tea. 64 llc: Q HUFVAS 5 AID. 1 ca WF . h. mc-7-.--..:-:: 'W' Q, Xf . f- A, ., A 5 Us .,. ,K :ff I ' 'ffigg ' 3 "f1fQ,::s:.-' -u i' ' T , -,e ifei f t .. . ' . 1 ws" I ,532 MARGARET WELLS BOLAND 620 W. 116th St., New York City. "Hello, old scout!"-it's so typical of Boland that she shoulfl apply for a copyright. SYMONA FERNER BONIFACE Hotel Gerard, 123 XV. 44th St., New York City. Symona is going on the stage one of these days, hut before she does she believes in getting a hroad education-in fact, sho's so intent on the education that she hasn't let her mind stray to the drama even long enough 'tto go out for Phil". HELEN LOUISE BowNE 3 Henry St., Utica, New York The possessor of an ingrowing conscience. MARY BEATTIE BRADY Sitka, Alaska Mary is a. bit like the proverbial Englishman when it comes to re- peating a story, but then a sense of humor isn't necessary where one has a purpose in life, such as managing a Fresh-Air Fund Camp in the sum- mer time. 65 :'2 N - ,:.5::,, 1v ,, ? x I , ata . Q.. F2 ' c x m e kt .ts 1 I X 6 is W je NQ .5 . J :-.EA - A X xx Wo xy 2 . ' 1 raw i W X, M g h sv ms:-2 " Y V-'ri' ' ie- ,A-"A '. A I -l " -wif - 'Fvbia f SSARICD LEOLA BRANDEIS 763 Fifth Ave., New York City "Far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife"-yet we wonder whether it hurts that much to be aesthetic, or if she ever stubs her toe in reality, while her head is in the clouds. However the "cold, cold world" with all its ugliness furnishes Leola with mighty interesting material to write about. KATRINA MYNDERSE BREWSTER 803 Bennett Ave., Glenwood Springs, Col. Katrina has shown her eminent fitness for the ballot which she wants so much, as she's mighty capable and business-like, whether it's selling furniture to "el1oosy" Freshmen, or getting ads for the Miscellany. PHEBE BRIGGS 2209 M. St., Sacramento, Cal. Phebe has a dignity that she never loses whether it be on the basket- ball field, or at a tea. So well known is she by the oiiice that they call her' "our Phebef' GEORGIE LOUISE BROWN 2539 Grand Ave., Fordham, New York T11e study ol bacteriology and teaching kindergartens in settlements are more or less related, but it's a long jump from them to playing golf with a minister. But Georgie is capable of it all. 66- VA , 1 ' 4 -'.Q-.If if Q1 " 1 X , r 1 l ,511 Y I. 7.11: ' V w -vs.: - . , l - ki. V V' - I 2 ' ' .1 L... . J I .. nic A HARRIE'T FANSHAW BULL 274 Park Hill Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. "Actions speak louder than words." IRENE EMMA BURT 591 Lafayette Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Her conscientliousness and that which certain poets designate as ' willowy form" make one think that perhaps Irene should lrave been in a, class of fifty years ago. But when she's feeling lively she is plainly a girl of today. BEATRICE MIRIANI BUSHMAN 685 W. Delavan Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. "B" has always lamented that studies have always kept her from indulging in non-academic activities but we worcler if it is because an interest at home has taken much of her time. LEONORA BUTTON Bonnie Brook Farm, Cazenovia, N. Y. When every one else is "much too busy" to do sontethirg fri- you'lELenora can always be counted on. 67 VA5SADIC WW ' Bmssm ROBERTA CALLOVV 505 E. First South, Salt Lake City, Utah. h e ke L on living in Main Bessie, if your sanitary Could you av p' , soul had discovered that once the soup was stirred with a. scrubbing brush? LoU1sE CONISTANCE CANFIELD Rose Ave., Patehogue, L. I. Maybe her future vocation will be manager of a business college ' 'delights on its considering the anioulnt of time she has spent in getting si D inner workings. ESTHER FREDERICA CARLSON Fairmont Ave., Chzttham, New Jersey. No matter how busy the season Esther seems to have plenty of time to curl her hair. GLADYS LEONORA CARMAN 139 W. 136th St., New York City. Whenever there's any music going on. "Doc" is sure to be there for next to eating she's devoted to "tripping the light fantastic." 68 VA H ., 1 nic: MARJORIE ARCHER CATLIN 181 East Rook Road, New Haven, Conn. In the matter of conversation Marjorie ought to ask Santa Cla1.s for a "self-starter." If you once get her going she more than holds her V own, but it does take considerable priming. ,Q INEZ MAY CAVERT Ballston Spa, N. Y. A A, ' 1 Starring in History and Gorman, her intention is to instruct young lv minds. Knowing she will need patience she develops it in collecting de- bate material. I'IELEN VVALDRON CHANDLER 129 Market St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. "Womans place is in the home." Helen would have organized an "anti" club long agopif it weren't that such interests would take her . ' from her proper sphere. ELLA LoU1'sE CHAPMAN 321 Westcott St., Syracuse, N. Y. "Chappie" is never A separated from her roommates. in fact, she is so devoted that she takes them all home with her on ev ' ' ' 1 ery occasion. 69 VAS D. I CD iii? FLORENCE SAYERS CLARKE Woodland Road, Woonsoeket, R. I. If an accident causes "Cla1'kie" to decide something alone, she holds to it valiantly, and accidents do sometimes happen. BEATRICE HEDEY CoE 1011 West Ave., Medina, N. Y. With a lively tossing of head and a burst of song. Bea comes into view: a most affectionate Qrl. with an inordinate love of music and a predi- lection for French courses fancl instrnctorsp. f Q VERA ADELE COLDING. 251 W. 92d St., New York City Vera's chief boast in life is that she cloesn't like men and they don't like her anv better. Her next best boast is that she cloesn't have to study: all ' ' ' l h this. though you -might think she s very meek and mild and once hac t e 1 appellation of "the unloquacious Freshman." ' 4 1 LUELLA WINIFRED COLE 59 Arlington St., Haverhill, Mass. 3 Q- if l Just why Luellafs interest has lately run to the feeble-minded. is a ,yifgfg 4,:.:...:1 - ' question. Perhaps it's because the feeble-minded have to be managed flfiiiffffi ' - - and managing people is Luella's strong point. ' ' I - 'I' - gn., L . ,- 70 VA55Am1o WF P ' " KATHAR.INE SAYRE COMSTOCK Q Comstock Place, South Orange, N. J. , ' fef- i ., ' xg :IE1 ' "Oh, my cleah, I'vo had the most wonderful ride!"-Our lady of 3 equestrian fame. She lives in a habit and boots and in this picturesque l attire greets our eyes at any time of day or night. Katy's drawl is suffi- Q x i cient to calm the liercest steecl. l x Q J osEPH1NE OoNeDoN ' 1911 Chicago St., Omaha, Neb. Ai 1. 1" I Where is it Jodie hails from? Oh, yes-Omaha., to he sure! Doesn't I 1 everybody that is anybody at all read the "Omaha Evening Bee" and i '52 know about the Congdon family there? l 325355:- l, a I. ! l WILHEMINA DE PEYSTER CONGER 1 Dongan Hills, Staten Island, N. Y. n F lvlina has gone through college without living up to her eyes. They 1 are so mischievous that we've always expected something quite wicked- but we've waited in vain. l Q ' ' , .J V.. 1 F l E OLIVE LUCILE Ooon 1 2 O-anajoharie, N. Y. "Cookies" failing for brass buttons is equalled only by "brass buttons' " failing for blondes. 1 l 71 VAS iAR ICD T V.. , .f 2..'2fi'i?E515:'fff I i ':' ..-:fzv:-"2:1E:l-::g.- . if 1 .2:"' 1 e , - . 'Laf - . . . . :ff 5 f-rf, Q . is I N f Qi a 5 "1:3I3' 5. ' .531."?'t' Q , , l V l l l Z l 4 . I 1 i E gm, I 'W , . ., 1 i " : i A.' f RUTH KATHLEEN CORE Columbus Grove, Ohio. Ruth is the soul of neatness. If you did'n't know it when you saw her three curls, you surely would when you saw the little black silk rag into which she pops her hat when travelling. We suspect her bureau drawers are laid out in geometrical designs. RUTH PoND CORNWVALL Boston Post Road, Rye, N. Y. Her book. ELIZABETH COSGROVE Second St., Braddock, Pa. Satan won't find much mischief for idle hands this year,-Betty is solving the question of unemployment in college. IRENE COYE 339 College Ave., S. E. Grand Rapids, Mich. Coye is frightfully fond of cold weather, utterly regardless of such things as red noses, for cold weather makes ice, and she simply lives to skate. Inciclentally she can skate. 72 VAS Am 1 iid? ilu Q 1 ' -S A vial if v ' X l X40 - v .ff DOROTHY DAY CRANDALL 920 lvlargate Terrace, Chicago, Ill. As u. social worker of renown we predict at great future for you Dorothy,-such sympatlmies with clowntroclden strikers and unclerpuicl worlcingrnen and women shell not be wasted nor shall tlmt wealth of knowl- edge you've acquired and yet kept so quiet about, go for naught. M,ARION DAYTON CROWELL 73 Myrtle Ave., Montclair, N. J. A fairy dancer and at staicl leader of Cliristizuisl-u eontrmlictory coinhirmtion, incleesl if you should see Marion conducting meetings in a, stately nmnner you would not suspect her passion for twirls and pirouettes. LEILA HARRINGTON CUSHING Bethel Vermont. Leila, has the easy-going and tactful temperament customary to those living in volcanic regions. A T X J , lx 12-X 42 DoRoTHY IIENDRICK DAVIS 105 Deer Hill Ave., Danbury, Conn. "Content to let the world go by." ' N 'Wifvi' 73 QUEFVAS A1110 iii? M EMMA DOWNER 416 W. First St., Dayton, Ohio "Molly" for Il1OlEClll0,2LI1ClSl1Q hangs around like a regular one in perpetual motion, attracted to various things and persons, though - ' there has heen a certain lack of "pep" in her activities since '14 left. ,l F .s,. LEONORE ELIZABETH DRAKE in ' it Idylease Inn, Newfoundland, N. J. E3 1 We've always regretted that- the Methodist minister dicln't materi- GQ "'5i : wf . 'N alize, for we could just see Leonore presiding over the teapot ut the mis- . ' W siouary meetings. l .l H MILDRED MEGEATH DRUIEN Bardstown, Kentucky. X. I In ' "People who are most willing to offer their opinions usually have 5' those that are least worth hearing." Evidently Druien's opinions are ' Y - 3'-ISF, worth hearing. I'f'Q:!:i5L::' ' '- 1 ,fi ALICE DAY DUSCHAK 25 College St., Buffalo, N. Y. X She has an unbelievably scientific mind and an unbelievably unscien- tific voice. 12 51- I . 74 VA s s" 5 .f.f"f' "' .-ff .1 ,. , fa 'sg ' .fi-' ,L ca. 0 X is V 1 x:.1.', X , N- ., 3 25552-2 W., - I , F5 nic MABEL ELIZABETH EDYVARDS 3707 Powelton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.. She has at quick little smile that belies her slow little way of talking. HILDA WOODBURY EMRICH 15 Allston Heights, Boston, Mass. Her inherent concern for the nicctics of conventions has mrde her somewhat exotic at times. . ..-'JM i E' 5 , ' EDITH NAOMI ENCK If- ' f.,. . 35 S. 5th St., Reading, Pa. P Edith giggles incessantly, snorting happily through chapel, classes ' ' Q -everywhere. Is it natural exuberance or a. desire to display the "fear- .N A i fully and wonderfully made" dimples? KATHARINE PRESCOTT ENGLISH 986 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn In conjugating the verb "to work" Katy always omits the first person singular! But not in the verb "to eat" especially "to eat Zwei- back." 75 Q- r Q fa f N r m is N . args- .ff-Q .V .ef-' - ' 4 . ,Yi - s X., ,,,,,,. .s 1 . .jf ,- , . 3' . .so tee: o, . wgfikgj i -7 'iii-I-.-.' Z. ' w "f 12 "ffl ' ' L1'EfisfE1,::eEis?-f' " c f1,EE'E f2E51j31E5?:F, fi., .sw Y'.pfP234.2 ' . NEVASSAQIQ SU GERTRUDE PICKETT FARNHAM 450 Elm St., Richmond Hill N Y Pix is all conscience in everything from work to obtainin a h l D oc tex V, and in oonversation-never a mean word, but disapproval can be acted EDNAH CROSBY FARRIER 125 Park Place, Passaic, N J Ed. loves toi 't t mi a e her roommates Qouthern dravsl whi l , c 1 is quite unsuited to her, for she has a bearing of strength and independence that nl l 0 y ier own brisk way of talking becomes. ELLEN BOYDEN FINLEY 272 State St., Albany, IN Y That worried expression is merely habit and not fi om 'm heart I on erl down with care. FRANCES FITE 16th and Emporia Sts., Muskogee, Okla It seems the thing To make a rhyme In making one for We could call her Or if we called her We'd say she was 76 to do or two Frannie cannie "Fite" polite. VAS syzxp. Io ity i --fi 9 4 L ' 1? ' 4 , I If ,,,'f-55325 '. . ,..,,,v.. xi ,-: --5--1-:gg A : Ps? '1 .-: ,5 , 5,3325 1 . :sif ,gs::s:,,.-f, -.e+a-s:f:1'5, ' : --m f 5521? iii , 3 " 'Z .. -4.7.4,-.zif -, Nv- lf .- ,.-:5:525' Doms LAURA FLICK 39 Almerwyn Terrace, Dayton, Ohio. I Doris has seemed throughout college to he a strict disciple of the Ellirory of individualism. Her community spirit is rather dormant, but 1 her power of selection is royal. JEAN FLICKINGER Dalton, Mass. Jean is one of the few people who has consistently remembered why she came to college. E GERTRUDE HOMERA FOLKS 428 Hawthorne Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. Since she's an ardent clebator, one would scarcely think she'd have time for aught else. But she manages to conduct the Socialist Club and support suffrage as well. PRISCILLA HAWTHORNE FOWLE 2 Bradford Court, Newton Centre, Mass. Vvith your smile so sweet and mild, You really are an "angel child." 77 K WVAS SAD. IQ i 0. f:1:. H ..':':-H.. 'V . A Q. ie Y 1 K 4 -:isiyrq . W jk A K MQ. ., 'x 9-31.-, 9 W .gg Fl f Q. A, 338. .3 m L x . - ' 1. V ' . - J :. . 'f fe. .K f -....-:::x1-''sae-E-.z41-1.'42, ' 1: ""fw"le' A ,.,:. M... .-.j-3, ' X. ESTHER HART GALE 223 N. Kenilworth Ave., Oak Park, Ill. How changed from that bold, daring girl who, as a. Freshman, donned ma,n's garb and toured the eaves of Mains north tower! For now she saves her energies, being of an economical inclination. PRISCILLA MAY ALDEN GALT 118 E. 29th St., New York City. There was a little girl Who had a little curl Right in the middle of her forhead. But here we have you fooled The other verse must be out-ruled 'Cause when she isn't good, she isn't horrid. DEBORAH NORRIS GLOVER "The Chestnuts, " Fairfield, Conn. If you want "Deb" you can always count on her being there, even tho' she does arrive head first. CAROLINE LLOYD GOODRICH 187 Nutley Ave., Nutley, N. J. "Tooky" is a lovely person to whom to tell a story-ugulp, gulp and down it goes."-which is most strange considering the number she tells herself. She's a wonderful rival of the campus dogs-even barking louder- h ' ' ' " " ' w en she 1sn t playing Punch and Judy or making a. noise like a Ford. ' 78 VASSAQIQ V 5 sf z -W N . 5' 1 i.ffss-.:'- f ' , W. , -.i f,- .f 'X fi ,sf ? f is I hx K4 x ' 2 -f Qu. Qi: 5 Qgifsvl 4, '- RA A 5? , 4? 5 r 4-QQ" A 5? .. Q ,,,,, ,W Y ' -'35:" : ' ' 5 i 5' J ELEANOR Goss 548 West 114th St., New York City. :UWT you manage to know"Gos1ing," you rather count as lost op- D0FU1HitY the time it took you to pluck up your courage and brave the distant air. DOROTHY GRAHAM 57 Hooker Ave., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. The haughty exterior accords but slightly with the "movie" loving, fudge-making girl she really is. DOROTHY SYBIL GUCKENBERGER 2560 Observatory Road, Hyde Park, Cincinnati, O. There are ways and ways of being famous-L'Tlae girl who Wears that I1 nge ring on her thumb." ELIZABETH ABIGAIL HARDIN 40 Mt. Prospect Place, Newark, N. J. Every Field Day '16 holds its collective thumb and prays that Slib will do something. And she always does! One of our banners should have in the corner "Kindness of Slib." 79 0 SU VAS S AR In ' A re R z ..-' K 9? 2 3 3.1 K-4.. RHODA ESTHER HARRIS 108 Saranac Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. Quiet, studious, superconscientious, she has fai her allotted work. CRefer belo t 1 thfully done all W o Edith May Holmesj ELIZABETH MASON HEATH Bryn Mawr P ,a. Every fall Betty turns up scarcely resembling a, member of the whit ' ' ' ' e race. according a, bit poorly with the traditional starved look of those aesthetically and literarily inclined. MARY HENDEICKSON 2029 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind. Mary has gone through her college career concealing something which w d' ' ' as lscovered only last semester. Lo! she is an actre SS. HELEN DoRoTHY HEETELL 384 Main St., Lewiston, Me. Have you ever heard Her-tell? CPun y soit qui pun y pensej 80 HUIZAVAS D. I 0 Q W5 -, 4 ' 3 ' I w I , X 4 K , M " 'W -c . ' iffim n , A-51227-" - A-,Z .:,3?jz251g:K. .. . .S'-1355331 II" , ,. 3: vii:-55?i55"" - ZQQQQSQQEEQQZYTZ 'far f- V E JANE HUNTER HERVEY' 5906 Callowhill St., Pittsburgh, Pa NVhen we came to ecrire quelquechose about Jane Sans la dance et Francaise our thoughts were in vain' LOUISIANA HESS 252 Northwestern Parkway, Louisville, Ky "Babe" at all times can entertain you with tales of the latest woim and though it's a long hop, she has a leaning toward the culinary IH spite of newspaper hits at the "college girl." JESSIE ELIZABETH HICKOK 217 Arlington Ave., Brooklyn, N Y Pitter-patter! Has anyone ever known her just to walk any where? Also who can be sure of being able to pick little Jess out of the thi eng of Freshman charges whom she has cared for tenderly all through her upper classman years '? RUTH AGNES HOAGLAND Port Murray, N. J. And when I work I Work in the Lab. I pickle little frogs In alcohol. Sl VAS SZX13. lc: ELEANOR MILDRAM HOBBS 48 Neal St., Portland, Me. -:er T :rg 3:22, A . U ' " Hobsibe " makes such a splendid little boy that she's al- sgifii .-'.Ab ways in demand for youthful choruses. It's hard to realize she's a Senior di if ' for she has always seemed a perennial Freshman. kia HELEN ALLISON HODGE 1925 Parkwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. If one were compiling a V. C. "wl1o's who and why," Helen's nth degree of information would be invaluable. .i DORCAS ORME HOGE - 512 W. 2nd St., Grand Island, Neb. to . 5 It would take a placid one like Dorcas to live in the midst of the Egg-'I 5555555 bottled animals she keeps in her room. AQ 1 , 3 , . . X, . -f "-'- ' lf' '. 21551 c1,"' T' -s' ,, 5 .Q EDITH MAY HOLMES 945 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. ,.,,- All her allotted work has been done quietly, studiously, super- ' conscientiously. fRefer above to Rhoda Esther Harrisj 82 rw, 4 . 1 'YA 1 .Ye 0 , - 1 EVA :NIAE IIOLT 516 E. Monroe et., Little Falls, N. Y. Q'-gif ' Wouldn'1. it he wonderiul to End somelhing pclfect smme Cay? LOIS LYFORD HOLWVAY A Maehias, Me. W'e wonder whether in moments of mental al:c1ra,1,ion any lovity w if 5 ve fi, ever crops out through Lois's dignity. LILLIE LINDA HOMAN ' 41 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. N "f"- 5 fiisb? She has a look severe 5 :g..5,,-., In fact, it's quite austere, g But everyone who knows 32 Declares it's just a. pose. J ' 1 'i iv- MILDRED HONYWILL ' . 50 Farmlngton Ave., Hartford, Conn. U A lady so conventional about conventionalities must, have a need - ' of a,shock-absorber in such a place as this. i, xg, L., -1. - 1 83 VASSAQIQ VAS 5 13. 1 C3 '1- .gyv -- ' '- s :' wil 2 553. .83 , .X ' ff + -rf . 523. if: , I, . , 1- '-,:: if .' ,. ...-. ., X WEL 1 l LUCILE IRENE HOPSON 440 Lyon St. N. E., Grand Rapids, Mieh. You can get an idea of Luci1e's pleasantness if you stop to consider the amount of canvassing 'she'1l consent to do for people. DOROTHY HOUGHTONV 302 Bethlehem Pike, Ambler, Pa. Any time of day or night she's apt to cry "Come on along, child, I'm 'most starved!" EMILY HOXVARD Stanford University, Cal. "The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak." ANNETTE HOWELL 175 S. Bromley Ave., Scranton, Pa. The sweetness of Annette's disposition and thoughts even peno- trate her voice-so much so that one instructor requested Miss Howell not to sing her answers. S4 W BVAS 5 AR To '.i::,2.: 1.1.14-1... . Q 5 V Zn. f -1 +A- ec!-, X. :gpfyf-Qfv ., , .,g5-ff Ao , 1 2? - "f ' 5555: -A 2,133 ':. i f .ff . . .3 Eff--Zi'i:-.'?'?2?Ffifi ' " A A ' " v?'i.I'.i 4 f '. RUTH HYDE 22 Elm St., VVa.re, Mass. 110,11 think such naughty tricks were evolxing Small and young-w boliincl that sweet and innocent exterior! IVIARGARET JACKMAN - 18 Cannon St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ' ' ff whether it be at sleighride, a. She has ai keen love of o1'ga.n1z1n,,- Fridge-game or the system of the candy kitchen. Her disposition is that ' red hair. which usually accompanies EDITH B. JACKSON 1' ' l. 228 E. Kiowa St., Colorado Spungs, Co Edith won't need to use much medicine when sho becomes a. doctor, 'll Ifect many ii cure. for her own good spirits alone W1 e KATHARINE LEISK JEFFRIS 625 St. Lawrence Ave., Ja nesville, VVis. She's a. "Ja.ck-of-all-trades" but unlike the p1'ove1'bia.1 Jack she does everything well. 85 .WV , VAS 3 A1111 A - ' ELIZABETH JOHNSTON f ,- 228 Willoughby Ave., Brook1yn,N. Y. A ' ',f We have never been able to make out whether Betty is pig-hcaded it s or simply "firni." She can argue on the slightest triiie, pres and cons are : 'J her sOul's delight. ISAB EL J ONAS -V ' 893 St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. - ye. .-:g:-.5 -I -- ff 'ri Y? 1 :Q If arguing for suffrage in any place or forum pf' ,r ,,f.' -- ff .V NVith "Roberts rules" in hand she'11 do it with deeorum. ESTHER MOTT JONES 110 Academy St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. if "interrogation" is the way to know one's friends, Esthir must know quite a number very intimately. A I HELEN JONES 422 4th Ave., Warren, Pa. Isn't it funny how Helen spends her week-ends? lt's a far ery from chemistry to men for rather a manj but "Jonesy" seems to have mastered the art and divides her time very fairly between the two. ES lil? F ,..,, 5 1 l , an I - f .K I. tif, iff' 'g1,:3,,1. ' ,3I1e:,gL1 Q. f V '5.5g3gg3gf:., if' , i ., . .r.g:if2f52s+sf 1 f JSI- j A I -, ::.,5,?, H f. Y HUFVAS 5 AD. 1 cp MARJORIE DELL JoNEs 100 E. State St., Montpelier, Vt. l law in everything that is strictly com-, She keeps the letter of t ie pulsory. From all circumstantial evidence, Marjorie believes not only in ' ' d Jendenee and free expression of the individual. votes for women but for in B1 MARTHA BOYD WHARTON JONES 729 Vance Ave., Memphis, Tenn. "Ah'm Ma-Ali-tha Boyd W ha-ahton Jones" She lets you know in clrawly tones. ALICE MARIAN JOSEPH 1689 E. 115th St., Cleveland, Ohio. If you ever realize yo do during the time ur ambition to become a lawyer, what will yo fz that a lawyer must keep still. HETTY BARCLAY KEENAN 410 South Main St., Greenburg, Pa. L1 Hetty looks as if she had a secret sorrow-but it's probably just I natural earnestness popping out, or maybe worry over the latest article ' ts e think sl1e's seriousminded-far be it from such! for the Aliso. Not tha w S7 .Lil i 'Q Q , Z fx fr- ,. : " J an 2,,'EXh ggxallww' .Q , "f' 11:-: -- x sp Q , 462 xv 'Q Q ' 1 35 , ok V. ., i,,:'ff? :rf'?'1, -.ei'Z5F'c ,:' 5 1' ' I8 Zig 3 ff fix if Q' A x vga, A N QQQJMMQ 32335515 1. HHEwIw'F Vwmhmwti -- ,, I ' ,P '- ' zQfI VAS S JXP-. TC. , ANNIE HOOKER KEITH 151 Academy St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Hooker is an old sportg whether you are going on a "bat" or about to teach a mission class, or have some Hred tape" to attend to, Hooker's company and help are worth having. ELIZABETH DICKEY KELLER 1061 Wheatland Ave., Lancaster, Pa. To he perfectly happy, "Dickey" would have to be fur-clad, live in t'1e vicinity of the equator and have someone in attendance to save her the lrsxuble of asking. "Where's my-?" IRMARITA KELLERS 339 Arlington Ave., Jersey City, N. J. There are so many obvious things to say In quite an obvious Way, That it's easier far to leave them unsaid And let you think them instead. GLADYS GERTRUDE KIBBEY Blarshalltown, Iowa. No one could ever accuse Glad of not keeping up her end of the con- versation! She takes everything very philosophically-even her courses and instructors. M VAS 5 Ap. I cn A VIRGINIA KIRKUS 1106 Adams St., Vlfilmington, Del. Without any noticeable dilflculty she collects all the local news. possible to rouse her-even to a qua.rrc1. HELEN INEZ KNOWLES, 5814 Stanton Ave., Pittsburghi, Pa. Knowles is certainly an omnipresent soul. But as she herself an- nounced, Senior year was not so active as others, since she decided to lets the admiring throng come to her. ELIZABETH KNOWLTON 391 State St., Springfield, Mass. She must be related to "Sunny Jim," For she has ncver been known to lose that grin. L , l l JULIA AXTELL LAW A 26 South St., Bellows Falls, Vt. Can spirituality and humor be co-existent? Just look up Julia and then you will know. l Q... 89 She receives and imparts the tales with equal disinteresteclness. It is im- E NOEMA PATTON LEITCH Kingwood Park, South Road, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Tall and droopingg with reddish-golden tendrilsg large dreamy brown , eyes: and she dreams and she dreams and she dreams! V, BESSIE FRANCES LEONORI ' Smithtown, L. I. at '-,Q-gQi'I'1'f'. Just as one has decided that Bessie is fragile enough to break any ' K 53 minute, out comes the low full voice-and it s such a. shock. ELEANOR ISABEL LESLIE 3344 Rhodes Ave., Chicago, Ill. In spite of all the things "Pewee" has done up here, she is still easily embarrassed. No one would believe that the dignified personage who conducts a class meeting, is quite capable of turning sornersaults over the campus green, or down the length of the gym floor! ,,. , l , A I .1 ' -Q .,. 1. l ' .,.. I Z7E2j?gQr:Jf Q5 2 . ELIZABETH SLOAN LINDER l IL Moheg'an Lake School, Mohegan Lake, N. Y. qw:-T ' Q Z' G A Sorry, Betty-we know how you feel about it, but you are cute, 33 I iff very cute, so we can't help mentioning the fact. '1 ., -1 l 1 -Z pl - ,..., eh.,-..l 90 VASSADIC E 40 Q QHWVAS 5 A131 1 cn iii? -Aw 1 1 1 1 5 A i J X- 41 :gi f- 3 ....s,..3.f2::,: fa rw 1 'A i A , fi X . HELEN LUCAS LOCKE 607 Goodrich Ave., St. Paul, Minn.f "My dear! come here quick, i've got the rarest hit!" and we always- lsnow that it will not be only rare but funny, if Helen tells it. Where Helen is, there order firmly reigns, whether it be among hundreds of cos- tumes or in the speclclcssness of her own six-by-four sanctum. GRACE E. LYMAN Benson Mines, N. Y. Her time seems equally spent between the library and the candy- kitclien and we still wonder whether the 'Ldomcstic li1"e' or "l1igher learn- ing" will claim Grace for the rest of time. JANET PRESSLEY MABON 7 21 Sandusky St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Jan has a tendency to blush upon the slightest provocation and her bluslies range from a pale-pink to adeep maroon, according to whether the tormentor be feminine or masculine. ELIZABETH RODGERS MCCREERY 1174 Murray Hill Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. You'd know it anywhere-there's only one of its kind-it's awfully expressivwand we certainly like it-Betty's giggle! 91 VA? S A 12,1 CQ SUSAN MCEVOY pearances are deceiving, for underne - 187 Varnum Ave., Lowell, Mass. V ue! But ap- Vogue! Apparently first, last and all the time- og ath it all is mixed up a queer mixture of keen interest in debating, danclng, law and men. if MARY BERNADETTE MCMANUS l l A Millbrook, N. Y. V A Y "Mary, Diary, not contrary" l . ff' . ' X I ' clown, n c ' ' Faculty-the latter being her nearest approach t work. K Dot's failing for 'Lbrass buttons" is unequ tons' " failing for bruenttes. 92 NICOL LAURA ELIZABETH STRAT-HERN MAC P. O. 733, Havana, Cuba. When '16 plavs hockey sl1e's running up and clown, running up and f f ssing certain V S i ks has an inordinate love of "batting"-alsoo u o the love of academic DOROTHY MAY B1ARIONEAUX 75 E. St., Salt Lake City, Utah. aled only by 'Lbrass but VAS 5 IDL IC NIIRIANI 1VIARGARET MiXRSI-I 408 South St., Waterloo, Iowa. When anyone wants anything done in the musical line they just naturally gravitate towards "Minn" NIARY JOHNSTON NIESSLER 517 E. State St., Trenton, N. J. Every now and then Mary reacts from her quiet, conscientious grinding and then she is the funniest ever! Too bad only an honored few are allowed to enjoy her "spells." ' 1, t-. LUCELIA MILLER 3415 Grand Ave., Des Moines, Iowa. The best testimony to Lucelia is Senior Parlor. LILLIAN HAZELTON MILLS Garden City, N. Y. Such a girl! Tell us. Hazel, have you no sense of duty, love of coun try, belief in man or faith in woman? 93 WUFWXIAS S ,AD 1 cs Wg? X fl s.-gwaw . - '::' V. MJ: ....,. I 3 Q.-2-fe, 3 5 4 1 2 R 3 ,.. ,, f Y A ei! g . 2' ' , A ff , . ...YM-:r. A-leafy: . . . - 1 ,nv .AMS 1 ' 1' 3 . J., ,.-.4 .-31" X' . .... K.. r 1 ., ,.'- Z ' L J RUTH MARIE MOLTER 9 Prospect Park W., Brooklyn, N. Y. She has doubled and re-doubled in German until the Department 21,1- must had to get some new courses just to keep Ruth busy. MARGARET MONTAGUE 351 N. 32nd St., Portland, Oregon. Original thinking is Pegs strong point, but she lacks original sin. BARBARA MOORE Sunnyledge, New Britain, Conn. In Sophomore Party, "Baths" took her proper role-dressed as a very young thing, and scrambling out on hands and knees from the clutches of a. crowd. In everything she's a. regular tomboy and like most children will tell you the plain truth. EVANGELINE MooRE 37 Adrianoe Ave., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. "Van" swears there is no such thing as love: or if there is, she is never bothered by it, but--how about those Albany 'phone calls? 94 ASUWVAAS 5 iAl1Z 1 cn gf S ff' ' zfiiw f . .. .R R 'ffififif''5?f2S?fi:'f"'-1 ' - " 'PEZ.:v1.,:r-Q 'w?sg f,0 r: V .,-e1:.5, -V V . -,-lt"A As ' ' l gs ig 1 , 2' 1 'C ez I V 1'-17.1, I I Ls l,,, i i 117 3 3 3 ., ,LJ FRANCES ALINE MOORE 912 Lexington Ave., Avondale, Cincinnati, Ohio. Which did Aljne come back to sec, Vassar or vicinity? HELEN BELL MOORE Hermitage Road, Richmond, Va. Ever eflervescentl DOROTHY ALICE MORDORE 56IRugby Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. Gales of laughter always follow in her wake. Every remark she makes in a class is greeted by a roar. It's all very nice, but Wouldn't it be awful if Dot ever wanted to be taken seriously? MARGARET BURLING MOTT 842 Sheridan Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. Margaret thinks it better to he seen than heard. 95 VASS nic 'QU ? Ag? H li X I v- ,525 Y A w e R ??:::a ,iizagx . W, X ' 1 cfs . -ft 1. y. gg' . Q .A:l.V: , ao ...T CHARLOTTE NEARE 944 Lenox Place, Avondale, Cincinnati, Ohio. "Ott" has a line of puns, jokes and slang that rivals Geo. Ade, and even if you can't laugh at some of the jokes it will make you smile just to see har enjoying them. GRACE AMELIA NICHOLS Jefferson, N. Y. If it were a custom to "hibernate" each winter it would simply mean a greater degree of sleep for Grace. AGNES NICHOLSON 245 E. Maiil St., Moorestown, N. J. "Pritl1ee, peace." JULIA BULCKENS NORTON 330 Hartford Road, South Orange, N. J. ' I' N1cCaleb's suite" and hall presidency of Main. Along with ' L' ISS l I "Jule" has acquired a singular impressiveness of carriage and speech. We X wonder if she caught them from the suite or found them necessary to the office. 96 SARAH LETITIA NORTON 363 E. Town St., Columbus, Ohio. The frequent mctamorphoses of Sally from a quict Puritan--like maiden. to a rollicking boy, and back again, are a. constant source of sur- ' prise and wonder. ' 1 HELEN NOYES 306 Market St., War1'en, Pa. f Helen is more successful than others in living up to high idealsp and W She is called "Noysey" because she isn't. i J 1 i i CLARA LELAND OLDS 1 Amherst, Mass. 3 When it comes to sleuthing out information Clara is a heavy rival y of W. J. Burns. 1 .A fl LAURA OSBORN 64 Lawrence Ave., Detroit, Mich. Il you happen to wonder at the source of Laura's complexion you'd I believe in the eflicacy of breathing exercises, etc. It's rather a. pity there are no artists in college, for Laura would be an excellent-also willing- model. ..f.:f!wt ' .kyv ' 1 rf, V dy., 1 ' 152 A ' ,fiirz 1, 97 A FVAJQ S Ap. I C: it W s A1:. Io feng? JVAS 1 if MARJORIE PARET 45 S. Willow St., Montclair, N. J. Whether it be about a. c ampus dog or over a. new building, Marjorie always gasps "It's just wonderful!" She has an unlimited amount of en- thusiasm and a. limited vocabulary. 2 , ' ADELE BLACKMAR PATTISON ' . .5 ' 66 Clinton Ave., Montclair, N. J. i if' I A"' " When enthusiastic-what enthusiasm she can show-when indifl- x X erent-what indifference! HELEN HA RR1soN PATTON 101 E. 12th S t., Columbus, Ohio . 1 W ' "Pat" instills knowledge of the Mother Tongue into other'people's l hea.ds-probably with the same breeziness that characterizes everything h she does. '. ,A MARY J ANE BROWN PAUL , 929 Beech Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. You might expect "Mary Jane" and 'KBunny" to refer to a. quiet. Qggfgl seen-but-not-heard sort of person. On the contrary she is heard whether X ff' seen or not. 98 VASSAQIQ FLORENCE PETERS 637 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. D have kept an amiable disposition all through college. l 1 1 MARGUERITA PHILLIPS 539 Mt. Prospect Ave., Newark, N. J. For signs of Ritafs ability, please consult any and all bulletin boards in general, and the big main board in particular. . J V..-.V.,V KATHARINE PLACE , 268 W. 77th St., New York City K's the pink of perfection when it comes to neatness-but what .... , gc. ' will she do about the dirt of Pittsburgh and vicinity? 'I 'vlr "" ' G I, ---.,.V , gg BARBARA PREB LE , A 1518 Dearborn Parkway, Chicago, 111. ' - 37' " A How to avoid academic work is an art with Barbs. If she isn't at f :Z , the Movies she's to be found sewing or reading the latest "Best Seller." V - .21 ' 99 "Pete, M'Love" is never cross and never blue. It's sometliinff to VASSARIO 1 BERTHA ALDULA PRINGLE 245 College Ave., Kingston, Pa. She never takes anything leisurely but is always in very much of a hurry-and that's only one of the reasons she's been such a good "Wing," ,1, CHARLOTTE NIATILDA PRovoosT I Q55 ' 252 Linwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. '." C ,E 'I Q For one so conscientious about noise it must have been trying for , ,A Q Charlotte to live over J all of Senior year. .ifgjrfi . -- -:fri l --7i'1'f' v,,. .Slv..ki.- A A ELAINE PANDIA RALLI 167 W. 88th St., New York City The name might lead you to expect a. dreamy-eyed Grecian poetess, but one glance at Elaine on the hockey-field, riding horseback or leading cheering would convince you oi your mistake. MARION ELIZABETH RANNELLS 1853 E. 75th St., Cleveland, Ohio Havcn't four years of college been able to straighten out the prob- lems which cause that worried look, "Wop"? 10' 100 VASSAQIQ iw? ilu Q I ! : , . I I ' 2 A 1 4 M wx-52: :J ' ' -I .52 fg:',i:g'f5-. ' gg5??,,9'45,:W-:Ay flifflf g f If f N ig l -5 t f J 9? ' 1 if X' .',. -I. - , ' 'I ' 532- c' I img? 4:- v1 l , ,, . t J A 1 - I , ,,,A ' - .- , . .,,, ESTHER RANsoHoFF 29 Vernon Place, Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, Ohio "Red" looks especially well in that riding-habit-perha,ps tha.t's why the dining room sees so much of it. EDITH ALBERTA RAYMER 258 Taylor Ave., Beaver, Pa. When we see that far-away look were uncertain whether it's Math. Art 01' Cynicisml MADELINE MARY ELIZABETH REICHEL 43 E. Pearl St., New Haven, Conn. On the subject of "What the Child Shall Wear" Madeline is an ex- pert, as everyone who saw her prize doll, knows. MARY SUSAN RICHARDSON 4938 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. The only thing Mary likes better than physiology and medicine seems to be that fraternity pin. 101 VAS S AD. io MARIAN ROBBINS Q 1508 Elm St., Manchester, N. H. "Oh, my dear, I can't do a thing!" Yet on her chest she wears a hockey V And at her waist there hangs a golden key! WVe wonder what the end will be! Mm" A' ' " """ 1 AGNES ROGERS . Hagerstown, Md. "' ' i?.fQfQ, N O matter what the stage or audience, Ag can always play a r61e. U . ...,' . -Qi I ETHEL LEw1s ROsE 116 Riverside Drive, New York City V A- 5 "That tall, dignified girl." She got the title Freshman year and has kept it ever since though it can't be said with as much conviction now as . it used to be. i AMY BESSIE ROsENBLATT E 5 Elvyn Place, Oskaloosa, Iowa. I Amy is so thoughtful-she prefaces every remark "You're sure you 5 dOn't mind?" Next to people in general her chief likes seem to be music I and colors Cparticularly brownj. 102 llc Q NU FVAS is AR I cs 3 1 2: N :ey - gg., 1I:E'f,. rE:QiE'f.f2-5' '-S-I 1351 ,F il'-1? 1, 4 , ' ' , q .3?' l' . y- 1 ,.'. , ' ,'+ ls I RUTH ROSEWARNE 1212 Hill St., Ann Arbor, Mich. Is the grunt on the end of each sentence a. remnant of your Ger- man gutturals-or of a previous incarnation? EDITH LOUISE ROTHSCHILD 418 Rockdale Ave., Cincinnati, O. Edith always seems to be quite "un-grown up"-but she must have regular literary instincts, judging from the number of times you find her firmly ensconced in Senior Parlor. DOROTHY JOHNSON SAGENDORPH 21 Adriance Ave., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Dot is very casual-with a, memory two inches long. She generally condescends to get to class not more than ten minutes late-that is, if she hasn't entirely forgotten to go. KATHERINE MIRIAM SCHMIDT 72 West St., Danbury, Conn. Kathy's pallor and die-away voice are probably due to the consum- ing qualities of the Wild admirations she has cherished so long and fondly. 103 VASSAQIQ R r. l . l an A l ' 'll' I A- - A .- Ms.. 53:3 .155 X js., ' P l .Q 55 .EX P 51.53 1 l l l r S. - ' CATHERINE HERTER SCHUMACHER 510 E. Laurel Ave., Highland Park, Ill. What a lengthy appellation for one so diminutive! In self-defense Gay acquired a nickname and she lives up to it, everyone will agree to that. CATHERINE RUSSELL SCOTT 1008 Church St., St. Joseph, Mo. Her smile is so omnipresent that we've almost begun to think that it grows there. It's as unfailing as her cheerful disposition. AMY Lors SEASHOLES 3625 Queen Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. In any little question involving a Hy-paper memory ask Amy ithe girl who has onej. ALMA BROOKS SEYMOUR Elgin, Nebraska "Blubbie," our Wild western girl left her wildness behind her when she came East to college. She has now become a model grind and divides her time equally between her studies and the movies. That is right, Alma, don't neglect the social side of college life. 104 EBVASSADIQ K .. 15:21 '42 A ' "' .I 157236 I - ,:-61.5, -gl - if N f1s11i3'5:'f'r'f-:-5 , - ' -1.1:-.4 A:-awaf:- --: ,." - - ' 4 1 ' A ' jz 55 1 If i le J f 9 '-:--,q1'ss- , , g ig- ' 4 ROSA DUNCAN SHARPE 80 W. River St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Rosa is a fine manager of food supplies. For further information concerning her-ask Bains! HELEN CAMERON SHAW 1515 Franklin St., Wilmington, Del. "Music hath charms, etc." For Helen the charm has developed to a perfect fascination for no matter where she is-in the bath, in the corridors, on campus-sho is always singing at the top of her voice. LUCILE MCKEE SHOWALTER Brashear St., East End, Pittsburgh, Pa. If "Lutie" could vote there'd be at least one more ballot for Prohibition, for if the sundae has glimpsed a marascliino in its past, or the college ice cream seen a spoonful of sherry, she'll pass it by with a scorn- ful air. RUTH SIMPSON 150 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. "But the maid is babbling yet"-We don't doubt it-for no one of the B. V. D.'s ever was renowned for quiet or lack of conversation. 105 NUJFVAS 13 All I o V MABEL LOUISE SLEGHT fy ' -b I 25 Scotland Road, Canandaigua, N. Y. ' 'Qff-: V"' lf .-A To see her imbibing information so studiously in the Library one S 5 X '4""'. y U , would hardly suspect her of conscientiously spending a part of each even- ing in J. l'. year. '..f' ..! - . IIIHJI .- 4' if' - I. I 4 'W Q 525- fr' 5 575 lf7.1"5:2?Jf9'Z ,.-. ,j-1,f5'Ef:f2:QEl" P5 I, V. gh- 'Z ' f "xl-S42--4554" 05521 . . ' . .,., ,.,... ..,. ..,.. , , ., " ' V ' . : .. SARA SMART Burlington, Vt. Is Sara shy or just reserved? At least aloofness she's preserved. ELoEssA SMITH 523 6th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sch1nittie's specialites are singing and "getting a new one" every The same old one gets so tiresome. Really, variety is the spice of life and life sure needs it! FRANCES DRAKE SMITH 147 W. 55th St., New York City I a song-leader, hockey "Cutie"-a ridiculously inadequate name or ager, etc., etc., but can you imagine calling her Frances? 106 I i O G VASSAQIQ W V, DOROTHY GLADYS SPICER 81 S. Cherry St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Vassar should feel complimented that Dorothy has stayed here so long, for she is a very difficult young lady to satisfy. DOROTHY STABLER ' 790 Riverside Drive, New York City when she gets time to study, Perhaps that Phi Beta stan ar edge is inherent. H i ALICE LUCETTA STOUT 5 Oloott, N. Y. "Verily my name doth suit my composition well." HERMINE ANN STRASBURG 28 E. Forest Ave., Detroit, Mich. If there's anything Hermine likes better than luxury, it's talki about it. ...O Ami l07 She always seems to be having such a good time that we wonder d d of knowl- I1 W V' S SADSICD DOROTHY MAR Corner Prospect 85 H Wh I as a, mind which finds its Own brillianc GARET STRELITZ ill Sts., Marion, Ohio e sufficient, but a. cloud S e 1 ' ' 1 -A l 'lliance from the general public. of indifferenc 307 S e veils thc Jri ummit St. Knoxville, Pittsburgh, Pa. Tho 50th may be oer One thing still remains, You've heard it oft before, 1 1 Q ' EDA ANTOINETTE STRUNZ , ,M l K , 5 We 'Tis Edafs "Thosen Chimes." MARGARET HELEN STUART 50 Broadway, South Boston, Mass. have discovered why Margaret is always well up in her work s has "Asleep" or "Engaged" on her door, she alway l ..,, 1 A P, , ' - ,V MILDRED SUTTON 5 12 Odell Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. -' 1' An angel face-but oh-that tongue! "rT'Q , A. ,i., .Z , , Q 11 R ' , F . 108 13.1 VAS A g 3. V ,Zi 5' ' ' Q 5 .. :. 5555: " ' . "'!g1rX ' 1 . ffigifgfgfbf' . ge., ' -'G ' 4 - Q HELEN TAWNEY t Pa. 817 Huey Street, MeKeespor , affairs, Tuwney out- ' When it comes to reticence about her own Sphinxes the Sphinx. ELEANOR BROWNSON TAYLOR 139 N. Warren St., Trenton, N. J. The yellow journal must be anxiously awaiting Eleanons appear- ance into the wide. wide world for even while at college her front page ' A ,are-liearl type. rticles were of thc. sc' she 1I1GChZJ.lllCil1-Vl hen RUTH MOORE TAYLOR 603 Grand St., Troy, N. Y. Ruth is so methodical that she tends to become Jlaying, she really is comical. is working. When 1 CYRA THOMAS R. F. D., Willimantie, Conn. Ono would think that such omniverous reading would cause mental dyspeptizi, but perhaps Cyra doesn't take it seriously enough. 109 ll Aq., 1 ABBY T1LLoTsoN 143 w. 86th st., New York City "Do today what I can leave for tomorrow? Never!" Abby be- R . ,, lieves Life is all right for those who just roll along and just let things happen. LUCY TILLOTSON 143 W. 86th St., New York City "Posters made while you wait, most attractive, most stylish va- rieties-the very latest things!" If such a notice had hung on Lucy's door she scarcely could have been kept busier. HA 460 Norwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. RRIET MARY TINDLE "Tin-Tin's" remarks are alwa, ys apt to be blunt-sometimes they are so blunt that they get her into trouble. A , ' GERTRUDE MARY TINLEY 553 Willow Ave., Council Bluffs, Iowa, ' '5 We've never seen her in a. peeve, Q We never hope to see her. She always looks so very glad f We wish that we could be her. :fl ..,. v " 110 VAS S AR I C: t VASSAQIQ . If H . . ,,v ELEANOR MCCLURG TOMPKINS 779 S. Pasadena Ave., Pasadena, Cal. ' b en an ardent leader of the Volunteer Band and when she is ' She s e 1 through with college she's going to keep right on working for it. JANET ROMANS ULLRICH - 109 S. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Jan" is slow. but she has worked through a lot of Ee and Biology. ' h she tells Only at afternoon tea does she warm up to conversation, w en her plans for becoming a dietitian. EDITHA UNDERHILL 110 W. Chemung Place, Elmira, N. Y. Some are born good, some acquire goodness, and others have good- ' Inmates. ness thrust upon them. Editha acquired three Christian roo MARTHA MONTAGUE VANALLEN 62 Hawthorne Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. Ca.n't you just see Martha mothering all the little heathens, and 1 bringing them up in the way they should go? S l 4 1 J 111 5 5.5" . .S '- A Q A A e K X N' ,f f 6 1 3 1333: I ' 4 5 il: '.I' E. 'Y .- "fig i fifig. 1 ' KATHARINE PITNEY VANDUSEN 240 W. Evergreen Ave., Chestnut Hill, Phila. P , 34 That sweet, Christian soul. GRACE ALMA VANEVERA 3422 Grand Ave., Des Moines, Iowa. K' There are so many things to say about Peter that we clon'L know where to begin. She's wanted for everything and has a genuine interest in everyone. No one ever had a word to say against her. MARGARET BURNS VOSE Vose's Lane, Milton, Mass. Shes a splendid "First Aid to the Injured" and knows just what to do for any sort of asymptom. ISABELLA WADSWORTH 5854 Gverbrook Ave., Overbrook, Pa.. Isabella? Oh, yes-clothes, and they certainly are "the latest wrinkle"-with a style absolutely her own. No wonder "Izzy" spends her time wearing floral tributes. Who could blame the admirers? ll2 E3 Y NFVA5 5,Z5.I3.ICD VASSAQIQ WE MIRIAM ELIZABETH WAGNER 424 Park Place, Lebanon, Pa. You won't believe it-she even has you fooled there-but neverthe' less its a. fact. She strings everyone and does it with an unchanging ex- pression of innocence. , RUTH WALKER Cass Station, Georgia, She seems to have a. "private-property" interest in all the Lab, for her waking fand who knows but her sleepingj hours are spent in that vin- cinity, MARGARET WALLACE 411 West End Ave., New York City "A sorrow shared is a. sorrow repaired." Margaret gives all her friends a generous opportunity to try their hands at repairing. 1 in 5 GRACE MARY WATSON 70 Saehsisehe Str., Berlin, Germany l ' l If Grace Mary ha.dn't been so devoted to the choir perhaps we would Q have heard from her in other lines. L L . 113 AUUPVAS S A l3, r l C A xx Q ,wk xx v v w 55 " " MIRIAM WATSON 778 Van Buren St., Milwaukee, Wie. Her mind is a. neat little system of cubby-holes into which she fits 1 all her thoughts in perfect order. if fl ELIZABETH WE LLS L' 1 80 Quincy St., Brooklyn, N. Y. J" "Billy" is so called because no o11e could be less like a boy, for her Q ' "k" 3 quiet domestic tendencies are the cause of nezmtness and peace within the , f N "fire-W all. " .ws- ' 5:-.. " ' 1955 f 99' . - H--.--s,. " - 11.555 . .. , . .R 4 ? MARY WELLS S0 Quincy St., Brooklyn, N. Y. A wornzm of business-you could guess it by her walk, but her meth- ods oflwork prove it. , ALICE MARA VVEST fs 860QBeacon St., Newton Centre, Mass. gg Alice's most npted activity is blushing. If you don't believe it: X ' I 4' ' just call her 'LBea,uty West" and see! ll4 I VASSARIC Y.. Igjigq ' -. ,,.,,, V ,Hs 1.4 . we ::,,.,.. -2 fs: - ,. 2:2-'..' f-:-fl-2-.4 1 114-2, -A .Q 3 gg, Jfzgqr ,245-:-,Egg-.-f'. ' A iilijififx'- Z 1' fr?'fi' - , ,QEKZHQLT , .,':-s.'- 2-1. ,5.,f' 4152? 5. t. , HELEN THEODORA WEST 197 Temple St., Fredonia, N. Y. M In Psych. Lab. she was discovered to be one of the auditory-motor type. Has this any connection with her great love of aesthetic dancing? MARTHA ISADORE WHITE Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Her name may be white, But her clothes are red. From the tip of her toes To the bow on her head. ANNE HANDERSON VVHITING Berkshire, Mass. A rival of "Swannie" in tutoringg a rival of John Burroughs in the love and study of birds. EVELYN WORNHAM WICKHAM 45 Adriance Ave., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Evelyn might be a character from a Gothic novel, and she's always on the alert for the hero to turn up again. 115 , ELIZABETH voN BENSCOTEN WIGHT 404 Keen St., Milwaukee, Wis. Scared, is she? "The gods help the lon of us!" :S ETHEL CATHERINE WILKLOW Highland, N. Y. Every week she visits Hi' hland ' I .5 -in face of any kind of weather. She prefers church to chapel, but no amount of preaching can cure her love of practical jokes. BARBARA VVILLIAMS 41 Hyde St Newton Highlands, Mass. For your cheerful grin Where the knocker is never known." V- i.v:rif,r'fi U ' ' NVill let you in, 'y r' , .XJ Eff . gl Lois PAULDING WILLIAMS 836 Prospect Ave., Hartford, Conn. "How to produce something from nothing"-demonstarated by Miss Williams in German Play. - N. B. The reference is financial. 116 P E3 VAS S ,Au I cp Rn, 3, VA, , D. 1 o 1 E 1 , 1 2 FREDERICA VVINESTINE i 148 N. Main St., Waterbury, Conn. "Come one, come Nall, I This rock will fly From its firm base, , , iz!" As soon as I." LAURA BONYNGE WISHART 438 Terrace Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. S h a childlike appearance would hardly lead one to suspect her uc ' ' of being an ardent militarist-but truth will out. FRANCES Woon 432 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. ' She might be called the "human questlonfmarkf' If to 1nqu1re A, ,, . , . 1 : is the road to wisdom, Frances will have a smooth and easy journey, and to ask questions." .524 ' Q 53:3 - rf ' ' pl-2: -.f' 4',f,1g.i . . , . . ' 1- . U..-wr: as some wise person said ' It takes lntelhgence ' ' V .,.. ff . . HELEN WOODBURY 47 West St., Leornister, Mass. "Woodie" is such a dreamer that shc's about ten paces behind a conversation. She has the Massachusetts ignorance about other localities. HT VA 1 .. 4 gi, ! SSADLIQ SYLVIA WOODRUFF A Hamburg, N. Y. Tlte Cause-long live the Cause! MARJORIE ELLINWOOD WOOLSEY 117 E. 36th St., New York City "Shes the girl who's tall and thin With a, certain roundness oi cheek and chin." Kindness of Dr. Mac Cracken. KoTo YANIADA No. 5 Sakaimaehi Kofu, Yamanashi, Japan To come from so far away and get into the spirit of V. C. as well as Kota has, shows the strength of mind and broad interests that we all know her to luwe. PHYLLIS ZIMMERS 1437 Beechwood Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa. As "wo come to the end of the alphabet" we find it's not so easy to say enough about Pat. The only thing V. C. lacks is a. few more com- mittees for her to be on. 118 Egfr AS ACDICD E , -wnyzea. agp' ik x W 4 as 4,51 4 , , ,W 4. y y' 44 , ' .., .gee-: ,-,vm , f. 1 M-Z My, 1-jf! ,. . .4 1 ., ,. -1.41 a .ah ., .,.A r ff ,.. 2 V ,Lv fp ,v . -f ' ff ,iz-::4:1:: ,C 'x HELEN BROWN 2717 Cleinview Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. A piece of cloth, a pair of shears- She snips and outs and sews! In just one day she makes more clotl ies Than most could make in years. PHILIPPA ELIZABETH RIDGELY Dover, Delaware. "Phvl" is mighty sharp of bra' , . in and incidentally of tongue. She is also inord' t ' ma ely fond of quotations, usually prefacing her remarks, "Well, as - says' . DIANA LEWIS YAGER San Juan, Porto Rico Diauaileft a. coeducational colleffe to c C, ome to Vassar for her Senior year, and the many friends wh A om she made during the short time she was here wish she'd come sooner. THEODOSIA LEORA Cox Charles Town, W. Va. Tell us. Teddy, when your dark eyes have that far, far away look are you thinking up original ideas that k ' ' ma e your history topics so noted? 119 F' VAS 5 A121 I CN AVERY, GRACE A. - - 1900 East 93rd St., Cleveland, Ohio BALL, EUNICE 5 6'The Circle, H Rochelle Park, New Rochelle, N. Y. BALMER, CATHERINE Cr. - BROWN, MARY Cr. - COLEMAN, ADELAIDE J. - CULBERTSON, MARGARET L. CUMMING, GRACE D. CURTISS, LEAH K. DUTTON, EDITH H. FEARL, EMILY R. - GEBHARDT, FLORENCE H. GILCHRIST, ELIZABETH M. HOLLINGER, ANNA MARY - JOSEPH, EMMA E. CMrs. H. KRICK, EMMA KATHRYN MCKENNA MADELEINE MCLEAN CATHERINE MARSH MARION MARTER, GLADYS MURRAY, NEREIDE MACK, EDITH F. - 7 - , - 7 NASON, GERTRUDE CMrs. A PLATT, ELIZABETH - ROACH, MARY CONSTANCE ROHN, HELEN E. - .H. 1045 Holleywood Ave., Chicago, Ill. - - - Lambertville, N. J. - 1320 High St., Springfield, Ohio - 79 E. Ferry St., Detroit, Mich. - - - - Hampton, Va. 116 Grove St., Tarrytown, N. Y. - 36 Furglade Ave., Springfield, Mass. - - 323 Dibert St., Johnstown, Pa. - - - - Jermyn, Pa. - - - Crreeiisburg, Pa. - - 339 N. Duke St., Lancaster, Pa. Horwitzj 10838 Deering Ave., Cleveland, O. - 20 Berkeley Road, Merion, Pa. - 312 W. 71st St., New York, 124 Channard Terrace, Yonkers, N. - 572 Auburn Ave., Buffalo - 87 Hamilton Place, New York, N. - g - 653 State St., Camden, N. J. N. Y. -.- Y. , N. Y. Y. - - - - - Delhi, N. Y. Carverj Westar Road, Ardmore, Pa. 220 W. Hancock Ave., Detroit, Mich. 5869 Clemens Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 187 N. Sandusky St., Tiffin, Ohio 120 VAS S A ID. I oN Ryu? SERVICE, HELEN F. - 1100 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. SWINTON, ROBERTA B. - 20 Sullivan Ave., Port Jervis, N. Y. TAGGART, MABEL C. - 6819 McPherson St., Pittsburgh, Pa. TEBO, MABEL K. - 22 "The Green," Dover, Delaware TRAGER, ELMA - - 3863 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio VAN ARSDALE, ALICE MAUD - - 44 Avon Ave., Newark, N. J. VOLLRATH, MILDRED CMrs. H. M. Lawryj 2423 S. 21st St., Phila., Pa. WALKER AMELIA 1 - - 321 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn. WARDWELL, MARGARET ----- Stamford, Conn. WEIL, FLORINE 19 W. 74th St., New York, N. Y. WELCH, FLORENCE - 23 Grove Terrace, Passaic, N. J. WHITE, JESSIE D. - 750 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y. WILLIAMSON, MILDRED - - 4711 Alaska Ave., Germantown, Pa. YVORSHAM, JOSEPH - 509 W. 121st St., New York, N. Y. 'mfal"5'7 n .Q opdkiwngvvq ,f , 5- , 4-31, 010 no 121 122 To IQHCD., Lfkuw-.-IBM-QA.vQy-v-vvw VAS 5 AID. I oNC beniur iBarIur QBpwing OCTOBER FIRST AND SECOND, NINETEEN FIFTEEN Senior iBatIut Qlummittee LUCELIA MILLER, Chairman DOROTHY BAILEY SUSAN MCEVOY FRANCES FITE ETHEL ROSE HELEN LOCKE MARJORIE WOOLSEY 12-L Sveniur ilBarIur Qhpening Songs 1 1916 to 1918 ' Fall deepens summer's blue, Fall brings the second year, Since first our song and first our cheer Pledged comradeship to you. Spurred you to fight and fung Called you to Win the dayg Now, in the wind and in the sun, Come, Sophomores, come play! 1918 to 1916 The warm sun falls in golden beams, The shadows melt aw-ayg The Autumn Wind is calling us, For noW's the time to play. The crumpled scarlet leaves drift down To hollows Where they lieg Above are trees in flame and browng The White clouds ride on highg And so Within our hearts We've found A youth that cannot die! 125 S Nl BIRTHDAY J fi ,XXQ7w'ml at Q2 January 21.915, 1916 A little bit of Heaven fell From out the sky one day, The Leslies ehanced to find her And they sent her Vassar Way. She helped Sixteen at hookey And in track and basketball, She's done so many things for us We cannot count them all. But We'll pledge our best devotion, And we'l1 hope sometime to do What Will make you just as proud of us As We are proud of you. You're the very best girl In the very best class That Vassarls ever seen. Here's best wishes for good luck To Eleanor Leslie from Sixteen. 126 4SUfjJVA?i S AD 1 CN Am ICN RUP VAS 5 "1 -: ' ' ,f , - , fx .5 .2-4 :is ,I ff '- I ,J " -- A 2141 431-Q9 9 Q 'ik Zfifg' Q f I 3? 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FOWLE MARY WELLS Sutra Jfzlluhnsbips JOSEPHINE M. GLEASON, A. B., 1914 MARY P. NOURSE, A. B., 1914 MARGARET M. SHERWOOD, A. B., 1912 129 VAS s,A1D. I QN WE?-::j,L QYQA 130 . ' N ' "I ' V1 law! ,' ' 1' VJ' .Jr 4, 15, 'li u..5.-7s 1,5 'T'-74-"fx ig K I' ' ,g---' ie' 4. g4L2,i'Qf,f' 'f -:W S. Y- L- , ' ff' 1 re 221252, f P , ,N ..,. . . ,Mgr , . W CIt5fi:g:,, - V ' li' gf, x . ' T -ig, .. .5L.,.,-...4.- BUTTON. ' Q CAUGHT UNAWARE UD wao's- GOT THEBUTTON 131 Q, gIf7e,'53.+f?f -- . 15 , Lf " " ' - 'M ?'1'P'2. , , JW IA., ' 1 ,.. 'N 1 3:51. ' .h In ' .. 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'L' ' . . . . 1 ,. -- J.-,: .1 ,,, f-. -,,-- f--- , - - .- L3 . ..,1.-,1,-.- .'-...gh-,.g,.--.,, -. .. - . .. 152 VAS 5 A421 1 QN Hreehman 0112155 , Class Flower: Lily-Of-the-Valley QBffieer5 Jfirst Qemester MARY LYON - - - ROSAMOND WOOD EDITH ARMSTRONG - MARY GORDON VOLKMANN beennh Semester SUSAN COPLAND ---- ELIZABETH WILKINS KATHARINE BLAYNEY HELEN SKINNER 153 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer NAT AND HEQ HAT X X ' 3 y f5 "f 1I1 3, '35 f ,, 4 wg., 9 Q, ,- ZQ' I I f 3 N ,Q ,TQ 'fi' fa ' I I -3 . xia- MISS FITT PEG 151 VAS 5 AD. 1 QNQQWP l sumnnnsfl New York Massachusetts Pennsylvania New Jersey Ohio Connecticut Illinois Missouri Michigan Wisconsin California Iowa Maine Maryland Indiana Minnesota Colorada ' Dist. of Columbia Nebraska New Hampshire Kentucky Virginia Delaware Rhode Island Tennessee Vermont Georgia VAS: S AD 1 CN, Utah Arkansas Kansas Texas Washington - West Virginia ' North Carolina Oklahoma - Alaska China Japan Florida Mississippi Montana - North Dakota Oregon - G errnany Canada Cuba Mexico West Indies - India Persia Syria Porto Rico fgfifssg JE , H Sd I O , H 9 4 I . Aifqggily Ag gggp 7 Of gx xg 'siff zt 1 5 6 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1125 ml? QPlPUI'HfiUIl of Till' ilFifTi9Tl'l QIIIIEUBPSHIYLI nf nw lnnening ut 1935533 QUHFQF 'I' U2 i X 158 VAS S AQ I CN btuhznt Qiummittezs General Qiummittee KATHARINE JEFFRIS, '16, Chairman DOROTHY HOLT, '15 JULIA BROOKS, '15 IRMARITA KELLERS, '16 AGNES ROGERS, '16 LUCY SMITH, '17 ANNE THORP, '17 ISABEL FORMAN, '17 LUCILLE PHILLIPS, '18 5lIh:QEUmlTliftElZ5 Qlustumes HELEN LOOKE, '16, Chairman ANNA KATHARINE STIMSON, '15 KATHARINE BARCUS, '16 ELLEN DOUGLAS GAILOR, '18 DOROTHY CUMPSON, '18 ROSALIND THOMAS, '18 f 'JANET MABON, '16 DOROTHY MALEVINSKY, '17 ibruperties EDITH RAYMER, '16, Chairman MARGARET LOVELL, '15 DOROTHY BAILEY, '16 ESTHER RANSOHOFF, '16 LILLIE HATHAWAY, '17 NANNIE MAYES CRUMP, '18 ILSA CARTER, '18 4 For fall of 1915 -JEAN WEBSTER, 159 RUTH LOOKWOOD, '15 NANCY MOORE, '15 HELEN TAWNEY, '16 MARGARET RITSHER, '18 MARGARET NASH, '18 LAURA CANNON, '18 '18 - VAS 513113. I CDN' Music ELIZABETH JOHNSTON, '15, Chairman RUTH CORNWALL, '16 JULIA BRYANT, '17 DOROTHY CANDEE, '18 Pageant program LUCY SMITH, '17, Chairman MISS BORDEN FRANCES FITE, '16 -A MARGARET LEECH, '15 MARGARET FARLEY, '17 MARY GANS, '18 1BuhIinatiun MARY MALLON, Chairman MARGARET HOTCHKISS, '15 HELEN BRIGHTBILL, '17 MARY WELLS, '16 ALICE SWEENEY, '18 QEXfJii1it5 JULIA BROOKS, '15, Chairman HELEN STRAIT, '15 FRANCES SKINNER, '15 EDA STRUNZ, '16 KATRINA BREWSTER, '16 ELIZABETH BRISTOL, '17 160 5 4tU53V'A5 S A D. I 0 N1 f U .. general isrngram uf the Qtelehrlatirm 0911 Svunbap, Qbrtuher Zllentb At 3.30 o'clock. In the Chapel Religious Service At 8 o'clock. In the Chapel Organ Recital . 611 Nlunhap, Q9rtuher Qlflehentb At 10 o'cloch.g In the Chapel Alumnae Commemoration Also at 10 o'clock. In the Students' Butldlng+Intercollegiate Student Conference on " The Function of Non-Academic Activities. " At 12.30 o'eloelc. On the Lawn N ear the Conservatory-Informal Alum- nae Luncheon. Costume Procession and Singing. At 3 o'eloclc. In the Qut-of-Door Theatre-Pageant of ATHENA, composed and presented by Vassar College students, under the direction of H1AZEL MACKAYE, of Washingfton. At 8 o'cloek. In the Students' Building-VASSARCOLLEGE MILESTONESQ A Play, Written by alumnae, and acted by members of the New York Alumnae Dramatic Association. 12911 Qiueshap, QEYUBEI' Qlihaelftb At 10 o'cloel-c. In the Chapel Academic Commemoration Also at 10 o'cloch. In the Students' Building-Intercollegiate Student Conference on "The Function of Non-Academic Activities." At 2 o'cloclc. In the Circle-Historical Exhibition of Physical Training at Vassar College, under the direction of HARRIET ISABEL BALLIN- NNE, Director of Physical Training in Vassar College. At 3.30 and at 8 o'cloclc. In the Students' Building-Concerts: By the Russian Symphony Orchestra. For student delegates and for Vassar College students. A 161 VAS 5 ,AD 1 QNl From 3 to 6 o'oloelc-Receptions to Delegates, invited Guests, and Alumnae. In Taylor Hall, in the Library, inthe Main Building, in the New England Building, in the Vassar Brothers Laboratory, in the Sanders Laboratory, in the Goodfellowship Club House, in the Swift Memorial Infirmary, and in the Observatory. From 8 to 10 o'clock. In Taylor H all-Reception to Student Delegates by Representatives of the Undergraduate Organizations. QBI1 Qllliehneshap, Qbntuher Thirteenth At 9.45 o'cloelc The Academic Procession At 10 o'clock. In the Chapel4The Inauguration of President MacCracken At 2.30 o'clook. In the Out-of-Door Theatre-Pageant of ATHEINA, Second Performlance. At 6.30 o'clock. In the Students Building-Dinner for Delegates, Representatives of the Alumnae and of the City, and Cmcers of the College. Speeches on "The College and the Community." Also at 6.30 o'eloelc. In the Residence Halls-Dinner for Delegates to the Student Conference, and for Vassar College Students. Speeches on " The College and the Community." -x- fx- -ax- . Euhlinatiuns The Semi-Centennial Series-Written by alumnae. VASSAR, 1865-1915, from the Undergraduate Point of View, being the 50th anniversary number of The Vassar Miscellany. 'X'-P+ we g VASSAQIQ R 1 J. ageant ni Qtbena f 1BruIngue Priestesses invoke Athena. She reveals her web of knowledge, interwoven through the ages with the lives of learned women, rich with the colors oi' their V f thought. bappbu Me-n, I think, will remember me even hereafter.-Sappho. I TIME SCENE Sixth Century before Christ Sappho summons her maidens to listen to the 1 I song of Atthis, in a glade on the Island of Lesbos. itaurtensia The women forced a way to the judgment seat ofthe Triztmrirs in the Forum, through X the ranks ofthe people and the body guards, who stood aside to let them pass,-Appiarfs Roman History. There I-Iortensia, when .... no man dared undertake their defense, pleaded the cause of the women, with ,firmness and success.-Valerius Maximus. 'L 1 V X Q ' TIMIE SCENE Lb First Century before Christ Hortensia, pleads before the Triumvirs in the X, Forum for the remittal of unjust war taxes levied M-B16 upon the women of Rome. Qhhess Ztailha uf whiting This handmaid of Christ, the Abbess Hilda, was not only an example of good life to those that lived in her monastery, but aforded occasion of amendment and salvation to many who lived at a distance, to whom the blessed fame was brought of her industry and virtue.-Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England. TIME SCENE Seventh Century The Abbess Hilda, in the cloisters of her double monastery at Whitby, instructs Caedrnon, the monk. Oswy, King of Northumbria, places his daughter under her CHTG. xxx Marie he :iframe Those to whom God has given a gift of comely speech, should - not hide their light beneath a bushel, but should willingly show I J it abroad. If a great truth is proclaimed in the ears of men, We ! it brings forth fruit a hundred fold,' but when the sweetness of " f ii the telling is praised of many, flowers mingle with the fruit in "' f upon the branch.-Prologue of the Lays of Marie De France. If l X! XR TIME SCENE -, J A, ..,- , Twelfth Century Marie de France tells one of her ll-17" 'ir ' Lays before the Court of Henry II 1 l l -, of England. R smears mem X f I Behold EreoZe's daughter, IsabeZla,for whose birth Ferrara 7 shall hold herself far more blessed than for all other gifts which a benign and prospering Fortune shall hestow on her, as , - the years run their swift coarse.-Ariosto's Orlando Furioso. , ,, 'ty W TIME SCENE Sixteenth Century Isabella holds a golden fete in the gardens of the Gonzaga Villa at Man- tua, in honor of certain illustrious artists. For the entertainment of her guests she provides a pantomime. 163 ...tk ww VASSAR 1 ' 'Jiang Zane Grey Before I went into Germanie, I came to Brodegate in Leicestershire, to take my leaue of that noble Lady Iane Grey, to whom I was exceoling mosh beholdinge. Her parentes, the Dulce and Duohes, with all the house- hold, Gentlemen and Gentlewomen, were huntinge in the Parke: I faunde her, in her Chamber, readinUe Phae- d0l1 Platonis in Greelce, and that with as moch delite as som ientlernen wold reade a rnerie tale in Bocase. -Roger Ascham's School-Master. TIME SCENE Sixteenth Century Master Roger Ascharn, the Queen's tutor, visits Lady Jane Grey at the Broad- gate estate 1n Leicestershire. QEIena Ziucregia Qllnxrnatu Socrates! Let us not seem to spare mind and knowledge. Let us ring their metal bravely, and see if there be unsoundness in any part, until we have found out what is purest in their natures.-P1a.t0'S Phllebus. TIME SCENE Seventeenth Century The peremony of the election ot Elena Lucrezia Cornaro to the Doctorate of the Umversity of Padua. Qlipilugue Athena and her Maidens view the pattern of their fabric. And this my web Shall weaving be forever, never done - Athena and her Priestesses Bright in the skein of time gleam many strands, Endlessly varied. I have chosen those Of flame, of fire, of rich, lururiant gold, And those whose beauty lies in their clear strength. My will it is to weave them, strand on strand, Tracing the course of learning through the years In one close-wrought design. All those who come Shall pause before this fabric, ages old, Shaved by past lives in symmetry and truth, And glorying in design so well begun, Themselves shall add thereto. And this my web Shall weaving be forever, never done. 164 WVAI3 511.121 1 CN Sappho and her Maidens Greek Maidens Dancing before Sappho 160 VAS S AR 1 oN I-Iortensia Hilda 166 VAS 5 AID. I out Marie de France reciting one of her lays before the court of Henry II of England Pantomine given at the birthday fete in honor of Isabella d'Este 167 VAS S Ap. 1 CN Lady Jane bidding farewell to her father's hunting party Elene Cornaro receiving her doctor's degree from the University of Padua 168 Y., an A-,3 V fx .M . , .a , A gp. F 1? pil 5. fx ' 4 ii 3' 14123 ft' 1 Y Q a A 3 Y I Q' 1 few 1 I 5 .1 f' .g vb V .5 WJ.. ...,,,., 1. 1.11---'wfw 4 11 X ,-, JYWQ J -,W - . .41 " f ' . 1 riff, ' ' ' I ..Y' y -f v .if Q7 H 2 . is 4 ,. . 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Mi 2,-.. . - 455.111 -V. , 1 -7 1 W' ..,esi1i45 xg dw, H :View s ' few- fy . .. -- fax" me-1f:4 ,-,.:: - wg ". ..11-f:'2f?ffl.' i?fi3 "f-155442 ' VA5 5 gAI::. Ig CN Y The Academic Procession The Zlnauguratiun uf Bresihent jllilacfllfranixen 42911 Zlllilehneshqap, Qmtuber 13th, in the Qllbapel Invocation: By HENRY MITCHELL MACCRACKEN, Chancellor Emeritus of New York University. Addresses: "The Mystery of the Minds Desvjref' by JOHN HUSTON FINLEY, President of the University of the State of New York and Com- missioner of Education. "The Scholar and the Pedantf' by GEORGE LYMAN KITTREDGE, Professor of English in Harvard University. "In the Cause of Learmngfl by HENRY NOBLE MACCRACKEN, President of Vassar College. Salutationsz By MARY EMMA WOOLLEY, President of Mount Holyoke Collegeg By VIRGINIA CROCHERON GILDERSLEEVE, Dean of Barnard Collegeg By'ARTHUR TWINING HADLEY, President of Yale University Hymn: Now Thanh we All our God. Benediction: By HENRY MITCHELL MACCRACKEN, Chancellor Emer- itus of New York University. WILLIAM CALDWELL PLUNKETT RHOADES, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Vassar College, presided. 175 VAS 5 AD. 1 CN' intercollegiate btuhznt Qllunferenmz jlllunhap, QBntnhet 62EIeh.-:nth anti Qiueshap, Qbntnher Uitnelfth ' IN THE STUDENTS, BUILDING Qhlmmittez PHEBE BRIGGS, '16 MARY STUCKSLAGER, '17 GERTRUDE H. FoL,Ks, '16 JEANETTE BAKER, '18 ELEANOR LESLIE, '16 IRMARITA KELLERS '16, Ex Officio CONSTANCE M. ROURKE, '07, Faculty Member Open discussion with Leatdin S h Activities: g peee es on Types of Non-Academic The Ideal Function of N on-Academic Activities The Desirability of Professional or Semi-Professional Coaching The Basis of Membership for Undergraduate Organizations Academic Credit for N on-Academic Work Delegates from twenty-eight of the leading n1en's and WoInen's colleges and universities of the country were present at the conference. 17s 1 MW ff, ' A76 Qfww V? I Z f 4 I 7 4 4 f j J f f ? ?Z9 4 ff z Z Q 5 A3 Z 3? ?? we Z 7 7 i ff 5 2 f7?Z 2 2 2 2 Z if f f f Q41 f f , , Z if I f QWM WI! W . Q, Z 1 . W! f K K, J . A ' KQV' J - ff ' ,, W ,. .N , Z X . ' in . , 'fvf ' ml K :lf . ' 950. ni Ng ' If fvsw - V P f, f- : pw.. ,. .F 2-., Lbnfvgdg f'-' -fb ' L-a fiif. "". ' . y eas . 177 YA? 5 AID. 1 oNe Svtuhents' Qssnniatiun IRMARITA KELLERS J ULIA NORTON TGERTRUDE BANFIELD HARRIETT BARTLETT MARY STUCKSLAGER ik T First Semester ,K Second Semester Founded 1866 QBffine1:s 178 . President Vice-President Secretary S ecretary Treasurer VAS 5 ADL I QNW general Qlinumil A IRMARITA KELLERS, Chairman - President ofthe Students' Association KATHARINE VAN DUSEN - - President of the Christian Association ELIZABETH HARDIN - - President of the Athletic Association KATHARINE JEFFRIS - President of the Philalethean Society ELEANOR LESLIE - President of the Senior Class LMARY STUCKSLAGER - - President of the Junior Class QKATHARINE MCAFEE - President of the Junior Class IHELEN ROSE - President of the Sophomore Class QCECILLE BRADSHAW - President of the Sophomore Class IMARY LYON - - President ofthe Freshman Class QSUSAN COPLAND - - President of the Freshman Class ANNIE THORPE - Chairman ofthe Club House Committee ELIZABETH HEATH - - Editor-in-Chief of Miscellany RUTH CORNWALL - - Editor-in-Chief of Vassarion MARY FOX - - - Editor of Weekly Miscellany Cllummittmz un Svelfzguhernment IRMARITA KELLERS, Chairman DOROTHY CRANDALL, '16 DEBORAH GLOVER, '16 ALICE WEST, '16 DOROTHY COPENHAVER, '17 MADELEINE HUNT, '17 JUNE LYDAY, '17 GERTRUDE FARNHAM, JULIA NORTON, '16 '16 EVELYN BUSOHMANN, '17 HELEN EVARTS, '17 RUTH LEONARD, '17 MARY STUCKSLAGER, '17 HARRIETT BARTLETT, '18 GERTRUDE BANFIELD, '18 PRISCILLA GALE, '19 HELEN GARRETT, '18 KATHARINE VALLANDIGHAM, '19 fyuint Cliummittee uf jfacultp ani: btuhznts jfanultp Members PRES. HENRY N. MACCRACKEN, Chairman MISS JEAN PALMER PROF. HERBERT E. MILLS PROF. MARIAN P. WHITNEY PROF. LAURA J. WYLIE I Firsts Semester 5 Second Semester 179 ' FVAIS S AID. I SIXTH Qtuhent Members IRMARITA KELLERS, Chairman MILDRED DRUIEN, '16 HELEN EVARTS, '17 LUCY SMITH, '17 HELEN ROSE, '18 37uint Qliummittze uf Qlilklarhens ants btuhents Zllflblarhen Members MISS JEAN PALMER, Chairman MISS LOUISE SHEPPARD MISS GERTRUDE SMITH Qtuhent Members IRMARITA KELLERS, Chairman ALICE WEST, '16 MADELEINE HUNT, '17 JULIA HARVEY, '18 Social Cfngagemznts Qliummittee DOROTHY CRANDALL, '16, Chairman HELEN BOWNE, '16 MARGARET FARLEY, '17 FLORENCE WARNER, '18 LAURA WILLIAMS, '19 Qiensus Zgureau DEBORAH GLOVER, '16, Chairman ELEANOR BEAMENSDERFER, '16 ELEANOR PYLE, '17 JEAN SPURR, '17 ELIZABETH SCHUMACHER, Qilluh ifauuse Qiiummittmz ANNIE THORPE, '17, Chairman GLADYS BLAKESLEE, '16 EDITH JACKSON, '16 DOROTHY CROWLEY, '17 JANE JOHNSON, '18 Belegates tu Qtuhent Cnlunfetenuz IRMARITA KELLERS, '16 MARY STUCKSLAGER, '17 180 '1 VAS 3 AID. I CNS Vocational Gnnferenne Qllummittee HARRIET TINDLE, '16, Chairman ISABEL JONAS, '16 DOROTHY PICKSLAY, '17 AMARETTE ROOT, '18 ibeah Eklshers MARY HENDRICKSON - First Semester JOSEPHINE CONGDON Second Semester jfuunhefs EBay Qliummittee ' jfacultp fflflemhets MISS FISKE, Chairman MISS HAIGHT MISS FAHNESTOOK MISS W. SMITH MR. MELDRUM Svtuhent Members ETHEL ROSE, '16, Chairman DOROTHY STABLER, '16 MARJORIE WOOLSEY, '16- VIRGINIA ARCHIBOLD, '17 DORIS BULLARD, '17 DOROTHY MALEVINSKY, '17 GLADYS LAWRENCE, '18 ELIZABETH HAMMOND, '19 181 ,Mn-af .1 v , wr rv 4 N1 al frwm 5 . , m 91 Q 4 ' fl I b , 3'i34-It r' 1 I1 l r .x."Cf'?'T gym' ' - EQ 'j 'L - 1 W .- ' 2 ,Q . .M .-, , .- V ' .,1 f- V. - ,..,:,,,,,,-. is ,.. W . - v- .J g,',41:,-a,.j.,'.vg. v...1j. -- ' -"1 :ffv '-' 'D 55,29 .. 1-9, 5 ' ',,,i'2'.'..u' f-QT -1. n, ffm ' -V in :wi " it 1 2 ' uxfsi'-'-f"'f 'I '-' -51+ 4 'N sm' :" W1 A -, -'gf.q,1i.2f." Sq!! ' 'ms-4'--.erwff-344 ., - 6? 1 . .t-,7,1f', 4. ,F '- A .1 7 ,J - A ., - 3. b :'1.-5 , zu ig , 5. "Ra " -V ,?gg.5fb2a,Q 3,1 X: af. A J ' x , ,,.:".1,.y rp. 7 'ff ' -ya w SN SQ? 165- A. , ,pi N 4 'ff 4 ip. x v ,,- ,J Hama VAS 3 AD. 1 oN Culbristian Qssuniatinn KATHARINE VANDUSEN ELIZABETH KELLER TJANE JOHNSON iKATHARINE BEACH ANNE SWANN T lst Semester 'ff 2nd Semester Founded, 1867 Reorganized, 1885 Gffiners 184 President Vice-President Secretary Secretary Treasurer ilu Q WS 5 All ICN QExecutihe Baath KATHARINE VANDUSEN, ' 16 - - - Chairman ANNE SWANN, '17 MISS MCLEOD ELIZABETH KELLER, '16 JULIA LAW, '16 IVIIRIAM MARSH, '16 AGNES NICHOLSON, '16 MARTHA VAN ALLEN, '16 ELEANOR MACHADO, '17 KATHARINE MCAFEE, '17 ANNE SWANN, '17 Secretary Jfarultp :Members MISS GERTRUDE SMITH btuhent fllflenrhers GRACE TYLER, '17 H. MARGARET WILSON, RUTH GILE, '18 XJANE JOHNSON, '18 TKATHARINE BEACH, '18 RUTH SHEPLEY, '18 MARGARET KALES, '19 BARBARA STIMSON, '19 Qiinmmittees Bzhutinnal AGNES NICHOLSON, '16, Chairman ELEANOR TOMPKINS, '16 ANN ALMY, '17 ESTHER CONGER, '17 ELISABETH KRUSE, '17 ISABEL FULLER, '18 EMMA FITT, '19 membership KATHARINE MCAFEE, '17, Chairman MARY WELLS, '16 DOROTHY CROWLEY, '17 BARBARA MOORE, '16 ALICE SATTERTHWAIT, '17 BERTHA PRINGLE, '16 MARY MARGARET GREGOR 18 MARGARET RITSHER, '18 " lst Semester' T 2nd Semester 185 VAS S AID. I QN 5864112 btuhp ELEANOR MACHADO, '17, Chairman HARRIET TINDLE, '16 ELIZABETH PARSONS, '17 EDITHA UNDERHILL, '16 ELEANOR FOSTER, '18 EMMA FITT, '19 Philanthropic work in Ruughkezpsie ' JULIA LAW, '16, Chairman MARGARET JACKMAN, '16, Y. W. C. A. EDNAH FARRIER, '16, Home for the Frienolloss INEZ CAVERT, '16, Almshouse EDITH JACKSON, '16, Sunday Schools HELEN CARTER, '17, Italian Mission NATALIEARNOLD, '17, Girls' Friendly Society RHODA HARRIS, '16, Visiting HELEN THORBURN, '17, Visiting iBuhIi: Zbpealtb Ciummittee MIRIAM MARSH, '16, Chairman RUTH CORNWALL, '16 ELIZABETH PARSONS, '17 ELEANOR LESLIE, '16 ISOBEL SAGUE, '17 KATHARINE VANDUSEN, '16 ox ojicio mission btubp GRACE TYLER, '17, Chairman . ELIZABETH JOHNSTON, '16, EVELYN HEATH, '17 BARBARA STIMSON, '19 :Mission jlfinance RUTH GILE, '18, Chairman 186 VAS S AID. I oN' Qtuhent Vulunteer Banu MARTHA VAN ALLEN, '16, Leader ELEANOR TOMPKINS, '16 GRACE TYLER, '17 'ALMA CHAMBERLAIN, '18 Bulletin Baath Qliummittee MARGARET WILSON, '17, Chairman MARGUERITA PHILLIPS, '16 BERTHA GOES, '17 VERA COLDING, '16 ELIZABETH QUIGLEY, '18 FREDA MAYNARD, '17 ' First Semester 187 188 VAS 5 Am 1 oN VAS S AD, 1 QNP ibbilaletbeis Founded December 6, 1865 Gffiners KATHARINE JEFFRIS President KATHARINE BARCUS Vice-President ANN ALMY Secretary ANNA SCULL Treasurer KATHARINE MCAFE13 Property Manager SOPHIA MALLON - Ass't Property M gr. J UNE LYDAY Head Usher 190 'SFVAS S A121 I QNQS Zlhhisutp Baath KATHARINE JEFFRIS, '16, Chairman KATHARINE BARCUS, '16 FRANCES SMITH, '16 AGNES ROGERS, '16 BERTHA GOES, '17 jl?lahe:'dHp Qlinmmittee JOSEPHENE BENDER, '16, Chairman VERA COLDING, '16 ELEANOR GOSS, '16 HELEN WOODBURY, '16 MARJORIE WOOLSEY, '16 MURIEL ISZARD, '17 JOSEPHINE PALMER, '17 JEAN SPURR, '17 MILDRED WERTHEIMER, '17 JEAN WEBSTER, '18 Svuhzfllnmmittee BARBARA MOORI6, '16 EDITH RAYMER, '16 Rahhing Qiummittez , DOROTHY COLEMAN, '18 ELLEN FINLEY, '16 HORATIA OWENS, '17 KATHARINE BAROUS, '16 JOSEPHINE CONGDON, '16 BARBARA MOORE, '16 FRANCES FARRISH, '17 CHARLOTTE BARTOW, '17 116 VA5 S AID. I oN Ulibirh Iaall imap MAY 7th, 1915 Clliummittee SOPHIE WHITE, '15, Chairman CATHERINE DAVIDSON, '15 JOSEPHINE PALMER, '17 ELIZABETH KELLER, '16 ANN ALMY, '17 MIRIAM MARSH, '16 JEAN SHERWOOD, '18 ANNE FARR, '18 "jH+Iehea" CTranslation of Euripides by Gilbert Murrayl Medea ------- MAY HELMER Jason - - FRANCES D. SMITH Creon - - ELLEN DOUGLAS GAILOR Aegeus - - KATHARINE BARCUS Nurse - JULIA BRYANT Attendant - KATHARINE JOHNSTON Messenger - GERTRUDE HAFF Leader of Chorus ----- RUTH STANLEY-BROWN CHORUS: M. Brate, M. Bryant, D. Candee, J. Clark, J. Ellsworth, E. Farrier, L. Osborn, M. Scott, J. Mordorf, E. Has- brouck, H. Shaw, Eloessa Smith, E. Underhill. 192 VAS 3 AD. 1 113 fax' x ' X-fp ' ' -. - 1-.--! H2 1' 9: -W I ' " X f. '41 fxnn J Y 4: , 4 . Q iz, 1 N. . Km, ,y Q X. X x pf- .: Wim: P f ., , M:.f:q:5::'4.4:,y,z:x::.eg5f-- " QT.. . ?ZZ4S,:j-:f,",-ze ' 1 '-2.15 -:li Y i f'-r .,,. , x .f f b. . 1.x 1 'Po' ,. fy x4,4'654x-48+ f .-x - f N Wx Afvzfj ' 1 1 :1:,1 X XF' L - ,iw -3414 2.- xzl - 1' x A .. 1.-..,-1+ . gf xv' f w A.. A 1 cn +8 .V ' W Ce J, ' .: 1 Q.. .I if 1 bw fzy-mem ---- 4,49 3 za4:7.:xE'4., --1 1-wma:-.-, 2 f 1 1 , w M ,, , V. A X ,f X was , - f . 2, ' V N H 035 f i , M f W X ai, 2 MA 11 K Q V .. M . w. x v x 'J 3 M Q ' ' X 1 'Z X T 5 T' ,ga X' A 4' .fa Y '53 , P , wg 1 Sv all 'va -. ff 'I N WW W ow R ,, 4 My 4 if ,. , .A In :QIQ5,:QA:Z.5:E?,,::g3g5::.i,.:1,..,1IC Q4 f' Nw V 4 W V336 ' ,lf 4, 1 9 , 4 v tx ,, f 1, Ka .4 W fv:-f--fviccmfr.-. -:-9' - - , , 14' if 47' 4 is 41 A, X ' ' " ' vs 'Qi P Q, 4 V Q J 4 1 Qigwa 4 4 , ?"f 'W L W 'lf ff ,Q A V ' . ig , gl ' ' 193 ? 322 ss"L.w I I VA-Q 5 IA 1:1 I our first 191111 flap DECEMBER 11, 1915 Cuiummittee KATHARINE BARCUS, '16, Chairman EDITH RAYMER, '16 EDA STRUNZ, '16 MARY FOX, '17 NATALIE ARNOLD, '17 DOROTHY CUMPSON, '18 ELLEN DOUGLAS GAILOR, '18 RUTH GILE, '18 "Gite Melting i,But" By Israel Zangwill David Quizano Mendel Quizano - - Baron Revendal - Quincy Davenport, Jr. Herr Pappelmeister - Vera Revendal - Baroness Revendal - Kathleen O'Reilly - - Settlement Servant - 194 - - ANN ALMY FREDERICA WINESTINE - ELEANOR Goss ELIZABETH HEWINS MARJORIE L. TURNER - MARGARET BRATE - MARJORIE ARNOLD - LAURA MAONICOL CATHARINE WELLINGTON I A 195 i VAS 3 AR 1 CDN' VAS S AD I CN' Senunh ilaall flap MARCH 11, 1916 Qllummittee FRANCES D. SMITH, '16, Chairman LUCILE SHOWALTER, '16 MARY STUCKSLAGER, '17 PHYLLIS ZIMMERS, '16 ELEANOR MORGAN, '18 ISABEL FORMAN, '17 JEANETTE BAKER, '18 ELIZABETH WILKINS, '19 "Z7Beirl1re uf the Sorrows" By John Millington Synge Lavaroham, Detrdre's nurse ---- ELINOR MERRELL 'Old Woman, Lavarchanffs servant - - ELIZABETH WIGHT Owen, Conohubor's attendant and spy - - KATHERINE TIGHE Conohubor, High King of Ulster - - - DOROTHY COMSTOCK Fergus, Conehubor's friend - - - ELEANOR LESLIE Deirdre - EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY Naisi, DetroZre's lover - - CECILLE BRADSHAW Ainnie, N atsrfs brother - ANNE SWANN Arden, N atsils brother - BARBARA PREBLE - DEBORAH GLOVER . RUTH GILE Soldters - - MARY ESTY - - - FLORENCE NICHOLS 196 VAS S AD. IQN 197 VAS: 3 AR I CN' Swank illllinnr iiaall 1BIap 1915 "3Ku5aIie" By Max Manrey Cinmmittee p PHYLLIS ZIMMERS, '16, Chairman MARGARET BOLAND, '16 NATALIE Arnold, '17 LAURA MACNICOL, '16 LOIS LOCKARD, '18 HELEN CARTER, '17 DOROTHY COLEMAN, '18 Rosalie - DOROTHY DUGAN, '18 Madame Paulat - LAURA CANNON, '18 Monsieur Paulat - CATHARINE WELLINGTON, '18 :First jltlinut 195111 imap Fw! 1 l 9 K .-'RN Culummlttzz QQ" BERTHA GOES, '17, Chairman MARY K. BROWN, '17 BERTHA HASLER, '17 Il' JULIA COBURN, '18 MARY M. GREGOR, '18 1 MARY LYON, '19 MARGARET POWELL, '19 E "Ghz Tenth filings" By k '-P Alice Gilman, 1919 RT X4 Elizabeth Kellam, 1919 William Shakespeare Lord Southampton - First Postilion - - Second Postilion - - Tavern Boy Thomas Dekker - Sir Walter Raleigh - Ben Jonson - Edmund Spenser - Michael Drayton - - Lady Elizabeth Mernon - Prudence - - Hostess - 198 - MINETTE STROOCK - DOROTHY COLEMAN - AMARETTE ROOT CATHARINE WELLINGTON - RUTH MANN - MARY SWOFFORD - EDITH WETNIORE - KATHARINE BEACH - ELLEN HOVEY - BARBARA STIMsON - UNA BACKUS - ELEANOR SEWALL ERNA REED Ulbirh Ilaall iBIap May 6, 1916 Qlnmmittee AGNES ROGERS, '16, Chairman HELEN LOCKE, '16 MARJORIE TURNER, '18 HETTY KEENAN, '16 EVELYN BENHAM, '18 ESTHER KNAPP, '17 MARGARET STANLEY-BROXVN, '19 ANNA SCULL, '17 ELLEN DUDLEY, '19 The Tempest Alonso, King of Naples ----- DOROTHY COLEMAN Sebastian, his brother ---- MARJORIE MACINTOSH Prospero, the right Duke of Milan - - ELLEN DOUGLAS GAILOR Antonio, his brother, the usurping Duke of Milan HILDA STROUSE Ferdinand, son to the King of Naples - - MINNETTE STROOCK Gonzalo, an honest olol Counsellor - - l EDA STRUNZ Adrian f ---- JULIA NORTON Francisco - - - SUSAN DEMING Caliban, a savage slave - ELEANOR FOSTER Trinculo, a jester - - RUTH BORING Stephano, a drunken butler - HELEN EVARTS Ship Master - - - MARGARET BOLAND Boatswain - ' - ' - HELEN BRIGHTBELL Miranda, daughter of Prospero - MARY HENDRICKSON Ariel, an airy sprite - - - AGNES ROGERS Iris ----- - MARIE NORTON Ceres - - - MAUDE STAMM Juno - - - - ELEANOR GOSS Nyrnphs ---- Reapers 199 VAS S AR 1 QNR Qtbletin Zlssuniatiun ELIZABETH HARDIN KATHARINE CURTIS HELEN CARTER TKATHRYN FLANDERS TEVELYN MASON T First Semester T Second S mester Founded 1895 QBfficers 200 Vice President President Secretary Treasurer Treasurer AWVSAS S A111 I UMW , ' " H, : ,,,.f MFC' ' J , ,A mg , V, my - f, ' I I I xg, ,, 1 .::- w 2, ., , ' Y lx 1, 5 -2 ,' f :QL ' Qhhisurp Zguarh FRANCES SMITH, '16 ELIZABETH HEATH, '16 MILDRED DRUIEN, '16 ELEANOR GOSS, '16 MARIAN ROBBINS, '16 ISABELLA WADSNVORTH ELINOR MERRELL, '17 LUCY SMITH, '17 MARY GUY, '17 HELEN CARTER, '17 7 HELEN MARTIN, '17 DOROTHY CARTER, '17 MARGARET HUGHES, '18 KATHRYN FLANDERS, '18 MAUDE STAMM, '18 ELLEN DOUGLAS GAILOR EVELYN MASON, '18 OLIVIA CAULDWELL, '18 MABEL BUNDY, '19 LOUISE FESSENDEN, '19 ADA WATROUS, '19 Zinhuur meet Qllummittee ADELE PATTISON, '16, Chairman ELAINE RALLI, '16 MARGARET NASH, '18 RUTH DELAPENHA, '17 CATHERINE GOSS, '19 VAS S An I CN' Gruunbs Qllummittee KATHARINE CURTIS, '17 EDITH CONANT, '18 KATHLEEN ANDERSON, '19 water Basketball Qlummittee BESSIE CALLOW, '16, Chairman ESTHER RANSOHOFF, '16 ISABEL FULLER, '18 GRACE TYLER, '17 HELEN GROEHL, '19 :Hilmar Sports IRENE COYE, '16, Clzaivnman LOIS WILLIAMS, '16 ' HELEN TURNER, '18 Dorothy Brown, '17 ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, '19 202 VAS 5 AD I CNd D. Brown J. Bryant M. S. Horne K. McAfee J. Parker J. Palmer D. Copenhaver E. Merrell H. Carter A. Swann L. Smith A. Smith O. Neff 1917 Zlannkep Uleam L. SMITH, Captain .AGNES SMITH Center Forward LUCY SMITH Right Inside HELEN CARTER Left Inside HELEN BRIGHTBILL Right Wing ,ANNE SWANN I Left Wing JULIA PARKER Center H alf Back DOROTHY BROWN Right Half Bach 2 E. MERRELL, Manager KATHARINE MOAFEE Right Half B'lc MARY S. HORNE Left Half Back JOSEPHINE PALMER Left Half Back KATRINA JAGGARD Right Fall Back ANNIE THORPE Left Fall Back DOROTHY COPENHAVER Left FullB'h JULIA BRYANT Goal O3 VAS S AID. IC , , .,Qf,1 -- ,.,1,E A,1: ,.,,,,A , , - . lg 4' nf - , '- - if I ' I -f ' .'.-:::1, . A Wg.. ,Lv-5.',f., so., -' 4 ,, 42- ,. ,::::2'2.- ' 'IJ' . ff 'f L, :-g,. ' .- -- . P - - . . " "i2i15'- A v"fl"' 123' 153 W:f1f5?1f' 2251 9 a- Tir". , -fr. 'fi -, " 1 A . U A ' " I , if . I ' ,..V . I " " " " ..,ffvf23 D ' 'f l ' -' -2, ,J B. Pringle E. Downer B. Moore M. Robbins E. Jones L. Cole E. Ralli L. Macnicol E. Ransohoff G. Farnham E. Heath F. Smith E. Hardin E. Goss 1916 Ziannhep bquah ELIZABETH HEATH, Captain EMMA DOWNER Center Forward BARBARA MOORE Right Wing BERTHA PRINGLE Right Wing LAURA MACNICOL Left Wing MARIAN ROBBINS ESTHER JONES LUELLA COLE Right Inside Left Inside Right Inside 204 FRANCES SMITH, Manager A ELAINE RALLI Goal ESTHER RANSOHOFF Full Bach ELIZABETH HARDIN Full Back GERTRUDE FARNHAM Center Hahf ELIZABETH HEATH Right Half ELEANOR GOSS Right Half ELEANOR LESLIE Left Half X W VAE fs AR 1 c:Nf ,. ' 5' fx.. , .-.'. 3 .-.. 1 -:jk 9.2, ' VV ' 0 A .. '!' ""' ' , A,,, , 3 A ..,, AE- A 1" ' - if 2 1 ' R11 ' A - ffpefi 'V ' ,..,k5:1411f2- .5938 f ' --iez ' A ' . A I , : use 1 l 2 1" ' , 1 4 -A .Ula A? - M3 Q' " V . Zi,-. . - 4 .Jr 0 fs .N J. ,- 231, ' . 5:-7 7f"5'-X -L G3 f ' A ' 1 A- ' P -v -5 . ' Eff """ "" U f :I - f' 2, 5' 1 ' ' lg' M , ,xi 2',...1Y45l':iv. ..,A, 5 ' " 'f'f"22:g: e -f .,ggg,,g?"' " ,N 21 Y . ISI - 3 B f ' A . ,..,1 ' H. Rose C. Bradshaw E. Park D. Cumpson E. Blason D.'Ten11ey K. Tighe M. Gans 1VI. Nash S. Llallou Gr. Bantield K. Flanders H. Wulfing hi. Hughes KATHRYN FLANDERS, Captain MARGARET HUGHES, M anager, HELEN ROSE Center Forward KATHRYN FLANDERS Ce-nierHaZfB'k KATHARINE TIGHE DOROTHY TENNEY DOROTHY CUMPSON EVELYN MASON SOPHIA MALLON Right Inside Left Inside Right Wing Right Wing HELEN WVULFING Right Half Bach CECILLE BRADSHANV Left Half Back GERTRUDE BANRIELD Right Full B'k MARGARET NASH Left Full Bach Left Wing MARY GANS Goal ELIZABETH PARK Goal 205 VAS S AID. I QN R. Burnett G. Faxon S. Deming G. Wilder R. Wood J. Thompson B. Stimson M. Stanley-Brown C. Goss H. Strouse M. Bundy S. Copland E. Hammond L. Fessenden E. Armstrong R. Erlanger 1919ZLann:hep Squat: LOUISE FESSENDEN, Captain MABEL BUNDY, Manager ROSAMOND WOOD Center Forward BARBARA STIMSON Center Forward CATHERINE GOSS Right Inside LOUISE FESSENDEN Left Inside EDITH ARMSTRONG Right Wing ELIZABETH HAMMOND Left Wing SUSAN COPLAND Left Wing RUTH BURNETT Center H alf Bach 206 GEORGETTE FAXON Center Half B'k MARGARET STANLEY-BROWN Right H alf Back GERTRUDE WILDER Left Half Back RUTH ERLANGER Right Full Back HILDA STROUSE Left Full Back JEAN THOMPSON Left Fntl Bach SUSAN DEMING Goat VAS 5 AQ 1 oN SUB? Gr. Banfield K. Flanders A. Swann K. McAfee 1VI. Robbins E. Jones - H. Carter D. Copenhaver E. Ralli NL Downer L. Smith Earsltp Ziauciaep Ulieam E. RALLI, Captain D. COPENHAVER, Manager EMMA DOWNER, '16 - Lucy Smith, '17 HELEN CARTER, '17 - ANNE SWANN, '17 - MARIAN ROBBINS, '16 KATHRYN FLANDERS, '18 KATHARINE MCAFEE, '17 ESTHER JONES, '16 - GERTRUDE BANFIELD, '18 DOROTHY COPENHAVER, '17 ELAINE RALLI, '16 - 207 Center Forward Right Inside Left Inside Right Wing Left Wing Center H ab' Back Right Half Back Left Hab' Back Right Full Back Left Full Back Goal NUEVAS 5 An 1 CN WP iiaunkep States 1917-1918 ---- 6 1916-1919 9 1917-1919 17 1916-1918 4 1916 1919 11 1918 1919 5 1916-1917 3 1917-1918 9 1916 1918 3 1917-1916 3 1917-1919 10 1918-1919 ----- 8 Qasknzthall States 1916-1915 39- 1918-1917 34- 1918-1915 39- 1916-1918 34- 1917-1915 15- 1916-1917 ----- 46- 208 23 VAs 5 AR I CN BI. Downer M. Druien Gf Farnham P. Briggs E. Hardin E. Ralli A. West E. Goss F. D. Smith E. Leslie A 1916 igaskethall Squah-ftbamnmns ELEANOR Goss, Captain MILDRED DRUIEN, Manager ELEANOR LESLIE - - Center ALICE WEST - - Forward EMMA DOWNER - Side Center FRANCES D. SMITH - Forward ELAINE RALLI - Side Center ELEANOR Goss - - Guard ELIZABETH HARXDIN - Forward PHEBE BRIGGS . - - AGuard 209 VAS 5 A1D. I CNC R. Metzger M. Bacon R. Stanwood T. Lesher NI. Brooks B. Kennedy R. Nash E. Johnston E. Lester RUTH NASH, Captain BEATRICE KENNEDY, Manager S ELIZABETH JOHNSTON Center RUTH METZGER Forward MARGUERITE BROOKS Side Center EMMA LESTER Forward THERESA LESHER Side Center OLIVE LAMMERT Forward MARIE BACON - Side Center RUTH NASH Guard RUTH STANWO OD - Guard 210 , P VA5 fs Ars. I QNY M. Guy H. Martin A, Brinsmade L. Smith A. Thorpe H. Carter A. Swann H. Evarts 1917 Basketball Ulieam HELEN CARTER, Captain MARY GUY, Manager ANNIE THORPE - Center LUCY SMITH - Side Center ABIGAIL BRINSMADE - Center EVELYN HEATH - - Guard KATHARINE MCAFEE Side Center HELEN MARTIN - - Guard HELEN EVARTS - Side Center HELEN CARTER - - Forward ANNE SWANN - - Forward 211 VAS 5 AD. 1 CN x' 0,7 . ., 1 , 32 . A 'ff 2,144 K 1 X Ii, . -Q' 3 , D 2,1 ,S:E:5:- fr- 1 NX 1 SIE-J Q - 4' f my .gm - I S '. ,A. '.ff1s "l1f li E. Mason E. Reed K. Flanders C. Bradshaw E. Conant M. Litchfield Gr. Banfleld E. D. Grailol' R. Gile Bartlett ELLEN DOUGLAS GAILOR, Captain MIRIAM LITCHFIELD, Manager HARRIETT BARTLETT Center CECILLE BRADSHAW . Guard RUTH GILE - - Center KATHRYN FLANDERS - Forward GERTRUDE BANFIELD Side Center ' EDITH CONANT - - Forward ELLEN DOUGLAS GAILOR Side Center EVELYN MASON - Forward MARY LOIS BROWN - Guard ERNA REED Guard 212 QWXIAQ 515,131 1 CN we K. McAfee C. Bradshaw M. Brooks H. Cart E. Hardin E. Johnston E. Goss Earsitp Basketball illnzam E. JOHNSTON, ' K. MCAFEE, M. BROOKS, E. HARDIN, H. CARTER, E. Goss, Jumping Center Side Center Side Center - Forward Forward Guard C. BRADSHAW, '18 - Guard. E. Ralli E. Linder A. Pattison R. Sharpe K. English L. Cushing R. Rosewarne BI. Stuart E. Hardin M. Robbins E. LesLie E. Goss 1916 Trask 015251111-Qlbampinns NIARIAN ROBBINS, Manager H. Parsons E. Lester NI. Bacon R. Stanwood L. Gordy F. Smith R. Metzger U. Edwards H. Upson IW. Shepherd 31. Brooks F. Ogden 1915 Qlrank Gleam MIRIAM SHEPHERD, M anager 214 gis , ai D. Brown A. Swann M. Guy K. Tilt F. Nichols M. Benedict A. Smith . G. Kindred H. Martin K. McAfee F. Hartshorne 1917 Trash Team HELEN MARTIN, Manager E. Conant H. Bartlett C. Braclshaw K. Flanders B. Boyden M. Nash V. Bartow H. Rose A. Root I. Fuller E. Buchner A. Hoge M. Applegate 1918 Zlllrank Team ELIZABETH BUCHNER, Manager 215 VAS 5 All 1 oN jielh Bay Clliummittee 3 ESTELLE BONNELL, '15, Chairman EMMA LESTER, '15 KATHARINE CURTIS, '17 BERTHA PRINGLE, '16 DOROTHY TENNEY, '18 Cllbampiunship 619159 Delia hp 1916 Quotes in Jfielh EBay, 1915 1915 ------- 33 1916 ------ 33M 1917 - - 25M 1913 ------- 25 jfielh 2135? Bznuths mabe in 1915 Basketball Throw-211 ft. 3 in. Cformer record 205 ft. 7 111.5 G. BANFIELD, '18 217 ft. 3 in. E. HARDIN, '16 Shot Put-33 ft. 11 in. Qformer record 33 ft. 4 111.5 E. HARDIN, '16 216 I I illimnis Uluurnament Ginmmittee 619165 ISABELLA WADSWORTH, '16, Chairman DOROTHY CARTER, '17 OLIVIA CAULDWELL, '18 The matches for 19.76 are not yet played of' winners uf ZBnuhIes 419155 winner nf Singles 419153 ELIZABETH HARDIN, '16 ELEANOR Goss, '16 ELEANOR Goss, '16 217 VAS 5 AID. I QNI VAgSARICNU ilanlhers of BBEUIU "Vs" ELIZABETH HARDIN, '16 GERTRUDE BANFIELD, 18 ' 218 7 I A N N X 5 W X N N mwwmmwmxwmxx S X ?f'f x X m ' X s Q s , x ld x I :QW X C,f , g QW iN X A kmmk x X XX X r s Q Rx N NN x X x ' X' Q X R NWS N GX X SX N Q X w S , x Q W WAX X S N 1 Sa! - -fu - -fm.:-w,:, 219 VAS S ADI I CN Eassar Miscellany Zguath uf Qlihiturs uf the jlliluntblp ELIZABETH MASON HEATH, '16, Editor-in-Chief AGNES NICHOLSON, '16 HELEN BRIGHTBILL, '17 AGNES ROGERS, '16 GRETCHEN LEICHT, '17 HETTY KEENAN, '16 CAROLYN WILSON, '17 Quart uf 6!Ehiturs uf the weekly - MARY FOX, '17, Editor-in-Chief ELEANOR B. TAYLOR, '16 MARY GUY, '17 ALICE CAMPBELL, '17 OLIVIA CAUDWELL, '18 jfdcultp jietns Cnihitur JOSEPHINE MIXER GLEASON Business managers EDA STRUNZ, '16 ELIZABETH BRISTOL, '17 FRANCES FARRISH, '17 220 VAS S Am I QNQQU Q , A A , W HF E SS A 'EV-' X' mwle Directov-BURGES JOHNSON Secretary-HELEN WOODBURY, '16 Members MINNA BESSER, '16 INEZ CAVERT, '16 EDNAH FARRIER, '16 JANE HERVEY, '16 LILLIE HOMAN, '16 VIRGINIA KIRKUS, '16 MARJORIE PARET, '16 KATHERINE SCOTT, '16 ELEANOR TAYLOR, '16 FRANCES WOOD, '16 AGNES SMITH, '17 EVELYN BENHAM, '18 JULIA COBURN, '18 JEANNETTE FRANCIS, '18 MARY HAYDEN, '18 RUTH LAMB, '18 NATALIE DAVIS, '19 Eassariun Baath 'Q . :fy Helen Hodge Eleanor Hobbs Janet Mabon Minna Bessel' Helen Lon ke Ruth Comwall Mai ion Rannells 222 Bessie I eonori Anne Whiting Mary Wells Edith Raymer 411 E N YW M MM , w . 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' .z ' f "J if if A, 1, f : 3' , .5 1.4" V 5 ' . 52511 ,J 1 hw 14- ifs 4 2 . .ii 3 Z 5 1 'iwi'-ai f 4 'I f .g A 154 , 13 2 . if , iz 1 it 93 1 f ' ' ' ':'.:,,- f. ::,-:,.- .. Q 2 " '11 f 5 3 A ' J ' 2? A 5 , Z' 'I 1 V 1 ' ESPN - -' . 4 " 5 . N 1 'Q f 5 if" .Q ' '10 f TK ' 2 . ' ' ,- L ,f..1r4W:' " 1, A 2' ik H ,wr , ' , , ff if wifi , fg.f-f's,5.15::.e5-ff2: ' ,AW J j'Lf'i,-g:1,,.,,,.Q3 'wwf . 5. , In ' fm ':"5 f'UW47""? Af .af I 'M 1 4 w I . Q. vw ' 9 ' A ng ' 0 , " . 5:2 f 1 K Z , Eff 1 + f v 4 ' ,ff 'z 7 11 f- 1 f 3 f Elm: Qiluh Gffinsrs MIRIAM MARSH, '16, Leader MARGARET FARLEY, '17, Sec'y and Treas Members First Soprano EDITHA UNDERHILL, '16 MARGARET FARLEY, '17 ELOESSA SMITH, '16 JOSEPHINE ELLSWORTH, '17 LAURA OSBORN, '16 H. MARGARET WILSON '17 AGNES ROGERS, '16 HELEN GARRETT, '18 HELEN ROSS, '18 Second Soprano KATHARINE JEFFRIS, '16 MARY PECK, '17 HELEN NOYES, '16 GLADYS MOLLART, '17 HELEN SHAW, '16 DOROTHY FOGG, '18 LAURA CANNON '18 First Alto HELEN JONES, '16 ELEANOR FOSTER, '18 PRISCILLA GALT, '16 MARGARET BRATE, '18 CONSTANCE BELL, '16 LORNA LUMBERT, '18 MARJORIE MCINTOSH, '17 KATHERINE CHIOKERING, '19 Second Alto GLADYS BLAKESLEE, '16 CHARLOTTE NEARE, '16 RUTH CORNWALL, '16 MURIEL ISZARD, '17 224 gg, Q 2 6 jlfflanhulin C!EIuh ADELE CAMPBELL, '17, Leader PHYLLIS ZIMMERS, '16, Manager First Mandolins PHYLLIS ZIMMERS, '16 JANET MCDONALD, '18 ADELE CAMPBELL, '17 MARGARET SNYDER, '18 EDITH NASON, '17 HELEN WULFING, '18 CLARINE NEFF, '17 DOROTHY CRUMP, '19 JULIA PARKER, '17 MURIEL HAFNER, '19 GEORGETTE FAXON, '19 Second Mandolins DOROTHY BEARDSLEY, '16 GLADYS LAWRENCE, '18 GRACE NICHOLS, '16 CHRISTINE GREGSON, '19 DONNA ALLYN, '17 HELEN MCELROY, '19 MARY STEBBINS, '19 Guitars JANE HERVEY, '16 DOROTHEA CAMPBELL, '17 FRANCES VOSBURGH, '18 225 VAS 5 All I CN VAS 3 AD I QN lan Alvln AICI UIQ- iilpll l' I I In n I I 13 I I I I I H II MARJORIE K. BACON Tonic CLARA OLDS - - Leading Tone ELIZABETH KELLER - Dominant PROF. GEORGE COLEMAN GOW - - - Music Master 1916 NIARJORIE K. BACON CLARA OLDS MABEL EDXVARDS EDITH RAYMER MIRIAM MARSH MARTHA WHITE ETHEL WILKLOWV 1917 HESTER JONES MARION SLOANE PRISCILLA WHILEY Ziaunurarp Members MISS CHITTENDEN NIISS GENUNG PROF. Gow PROF. WOOD MR. TVVEEDY 226 Qllullege Qpmpbunp QPYEIJESYYH QBffine1fs ANNIE THORPE, '17 - - - President CONSTANCE MEYERS, '19 - Manager DOROTHY COMSTOCK, '19 - Librarian ELEANOR MACHADO, '17 - - - Treasurer MR. TWEEDY - - - Director First Violins GRACE MARY WATSON, '16 PRISCILLAAWHILEY, '17 ELEANOR MACHADO, '17 EDITH STURGIS, '18 ANNIE THORPE, '17 DOROTHY COMSTOCK, '19 Second Violins CLARINE NEFF, '17 MARY MARGARET GREGOR, '18 ELIZABETH PARSONS, '17 ALICE GILMAN, '19 ISABEL FULLER, '18 HELEN MOULTON, '19 MARJORIE WHEATLEY, '19 Viola CONSTANCE MEYERS, '19 ilaunurarp 1?-Hlzmhers' MISS KATE CHITTENDEN MR. GUSTAV DANNREUTHER 227 CONSTANCE BELL BLIARJORIE BACON CHRISTINE BARNES .HELEN BRIGIITBILL I-SEATRICE BUSHAIAN' BEATRICE COE -TOSEPIIYNE EI.LSXVOR'l'II RIARGAIIET FARLEY ANNE FARR EIINAII FARRIER PRISCILLA FOVVLE CAROLINE GOOIIRICII ELEANOR HEYWOOII RUTH LEONARD SUSAN MCEVOY ELIZABETH BIESICK IiATl'IRINE R'IIDDLE'l'ON HELEN NOYES EIJNA BACIIAIAN ELEANOR BEAMENSDERFER EVELYN BENIIAAI ALICE BLISS ELIZARETII BRISTOL JULIA BRYANT LAURA CANNON IDOROTIIY CARTER GRACE HAADLICY ,JEANNETTE FRANCIS TIESTER JONES ELIZABETH IQELLER GLIXDYS BLAKESLEE RUTH CORNWALL IQATHARINE CURTIS FLORENCE BARR HZARRIET BULL .WIARGARET BRATE A. LTO SUIZSTITUTES DOROTHY COIISTOCK The nllege butt lst Sopranos T,AI'RA OSEORA' EDNAH PI-IELPS PIELEN ROSS ALICE SA'I."lfERTllNX'.fXI'l' HELEN SAIITII RUTH STEPHENS FRANCES STOUT GRACE BI.-KRY WATSON ESTHEI: XYHI'l'MARSIl NIARGARET WILSON 21171 Smpranns ELEANOR MACHAIIO LUCRETIA OSRORN BLXRGUERITA PIIILLIRS HELEN SHAXV BIARGARET TANOEAIAN EDITHA UNIIERI-IILL FLORENCE WARNER lst Qltus PRISCILLA GALT ISA IIIITEMAN 1'1ELEN JONES ELIZABETH JOI'1NS'1'0N 2niJ Qltus ELEANOR FOSTER AGNES IRWIN BEATRICE SMITH NATALIE DAVIS SARAH BIURRAY JOSEIIHINE PALMER 228 SUBSTITUTES ICVA BARTIIOLOAIEII' FLORENCE BECKE'l"l' RIf'1'I'I D E L A PEN I-I A ELLEN HOVEY G LA INS AIOLLART BIARJORIE PACE GRACE PRATT HELEN RATCLIFRE ESTHEIE ROBBINS BIANCA SCHEUER ELIZARETI-I STATESIR DOROTI-II' STEVENS FRANCES WOOD CONSTANCE WRIOIIT LEONORI SUBSTITUTES IQATHARINE CI-IICKERING MILDREII CLARK ELIZAEETI-I IIIAMBIOND IQATHRYN TIAYXVARD RIARY .HOLLEY PIELEX IVES JANE JOHNSON SARA NICCALEB INEZ POND JEAN THOMPSON BIARY PECIQ LOIS WILLIAMS RIARJORIE BICINTOSH RUTH FISHER 1iATHRINE JOHNSTON LILLIAN XVI-IITE :LNIURIEL ISZARD CATI-IARINE XVELLINGTON HELEN XVOODFILL ww-N x 1 mmmk Q Z Z 'Wx V .vsmxx 11. . fmfi A wxwxxv ymumxxxxxw I 1 I 1 V ' fff 1 ffay Mfr? nl! ll fi A QXXXXXXWXQ Q NX E 'R XX X1XX N mx. 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' 50 2' - f A V 0 f 4 5 .ff V -. , Q f f, ff ,311 gg 23' Q Q gf ' 4 V ,H V - 4 fgz M , "AA ..A, 'g W-5 .2301 17.,f.V:,-Q' . v 1, " " ' ,q.,.- J V 7:,:v .gf ,am-.V - g.-Vlnifiir " . ' - N ffffwzf x- Q f ' 5 xx-, X ' kM Xf , . . - 5- 2 . 1 , 1 A ' f 1 g f Wff, 911, f V' gp -V ,gay V -- -V ' x- duff? V- ,LE .V f q,,, Q A A fi n Sf .1 I f V1-agar: -1 1 .V 1 ,- "5 ,Pi 5 L-2. f -4 '- -A--V-' 2.2. L f,- X I f V ' " 4 0 F 229 VAS 5 AQ 1 oN iintereullegtate Wellesley-Eassar Saturhap, The bubjeet Resolved: THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OWN Qt Wellesley QEnIIege 1lZ!HeIIesIep51Ja5s'ar ZlBehate AFFIRMATIVE-WELLESLEYQ NEGATIVE-VASSAR ' Breathing QBfficet MISS ELLEN F. PENDLETON, President of Wellesley College Euhges PROFESSOR JOHN C. DUNNING PROFESSOR W. M. HUDSON Brown University Clerk College MR. ARTHUR P. STONE Boston Behatuts Ajirmative N egative EDITH JONET, '16 ANNABEL MCELDOWNEY, '17 CHARLOTTE PENFIELD, '18 HELEN EVARTS, '17 ' RUTH RAND, '16 MARY GUY, '17 Qltetnates MILDRED JONES EMMA DOWNER, '16 RUTH ALTMAN HELEN BRIGHTBILL, '17 EMMA BARRETT ISABEL MANN, '18 A Qllummittee Vassar MARY FOX, '17, Chairman CARLOTA BROOMALL, '17 MIRIAM WATSON, '16 DOROTHY CROWLEY, '17 MILDRED DRUIEN, '16 SUSANNE HOWE, '17 LILLIE HOMAN, '16 230 h VAs 3 Ap. 1 CN Gliriangular ZBehate -Mount Ziaulpake if-I+latciJ18,1916 Eur ZBehate AND OPERATE THE RAILROADS or THE UNITED STATES. Nissan: Qllullege ' Vassarzjlilt. Zfaulpnixe Rebate AFFIRNIATIVE-VASSARQ NEGATIVE-MT. HOLYOKE jH1Iu7Jeratur MR. J. CULBERT PALMER, New York City ' Efuhges, MISSQBERTHA REMBAUGH ' MR. JAMES A. WINANS New York City Cornell University MR. DANIEL W. REDMOND College of the City of New York ZBe'hatnrs A Uirmative Negative LUCY D. SMITH, '17 ORTHA WILNER, '16 MADELEINE HUNT, '17 MARION NASH, '17 DoRoTHY MORDORFF, '16 MARY HUME, '18 Qltetnates A jirmative Negative BESSIE LEONORI, '16 HELEN Fisk, '17 JUNE 'LYDAY, '17 VETH STONE, '17 RUTH WALKER, '16 LILLIAN VOORHEES, '17 Clliummittee Mount Holyoke GENEVA REINHART, Chairman JEANETTE DABOLL WINIFRED SCHRUERS ORTHA L. WILNER 231 VAS 5 All I CN 9555313 Behating Surietp MARY FOX, '17, Chairman Qui vine QBffieers ' Jfirst Semester Secunia Semester LILLIE HOMAN, Speaker RUTH WALKER, Speaker ELIZABETH WELLS, Clerk RUTH ROSEWARNE, Clerk BESSIE CALLOW, Sergeant-at-Arms LEONORA BUTTON, Sergeant-at-Arms Qhhisurp Zguarh :Ifirst Semester Seemrh Semester ELEANOR B. TAYLOR DOROTHY CRANDALL MARY RICHARDSON PRISCILLA FOWLE ISABEL JONAS GERTRUDE FOLKS SUSAN MCWAY MIRIAM WATSON U15 ants itlil QE'ffieers Jfirst Semester Serunh Semester DOROTHY CROVVLEY Speaker LILLIAN GREY Speaker HELEN CARTER Clerk DOROTHY SWETLAND, Clerk HELEN THORBURN, Sergeant-at-Arms Qhhisurp Zguarh :Ifirst Semester Serunh Semester ELIZABETH BROWN CAROL HOLBROOK JOSEPHINE PALMER LYDIA BABBOTT LUCY SMITH DOROTHY GROFF MARGUERITE HACKNEY 232 E EOE E YYBW6 bl Esta kappa jllilu Qlijaptzr uf jiztn Quark l E1:e:::::::z::zs:-. .:aai:::::::::ailH Established 1898 Gfflnerz " 4- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR THOMPSON - President 'su' PROFESSOR YVASHBURN - - Vice-President 'tgl il it ASSISTANT PROFESSOR COVVLEY - Secretary MISS EDNA KROENER - Treasurer Qlbarter Members WINIFRED BALL, A.B. Theta of New York, 1890 LEROY C. COOLEY, Ph.D. Alpha of New York, 1886 FERDINAND C. FRENCH, Ph.D. Alpha of Rhode Island, 1884 HERBERT E. MILLS, Ph.D. Iota of New York, 1886 J. LEVERETT MOORE, Ph.D. Alpha of Maryland, 1882 CHARLES W. MOULTON, Ph.D. Alpha of Minnesota, 1885 THEODORE C. SMITH, Ph.D. Alpha of Massachusetts, 1892 JAMES M. TAYLOR, D.D. Alpha of Rhode Island, 1886 members in Qiullege Elected in 1915 MILDRED ALLEN ALICE DUSCHAK MARIAN ROBBINS DOROTHY STABLER AGNES NICHOLSON MARGARET STUART MARGARET WARDXVELL PHEBE BRIGGS RUTH CORNWALL MILDRED DRUIEN GERTRUDE FOLKS PRISCILLA FOWLE ELEANOR GOSS LOIS HOLWAY RUTH HYDE EDITH JACKSON Elected in 1916 IRMARITA KELLERS MIRIAM MARSH AMY SEASHOLES HELEN SHAW MARGARET VOSE RUTH WALKER GRACE MARY WATSON MARY WELLS ANNE WHITING ELIZABETH KELLER MARJORIE WOOLSEY 191 7 MARY LAWRENCE EATON HELEN EVARTS BERTHA GOES JUNE LYDAY ANNIE THORPE 234 ,..4 ll1 1 XX 4' I X15 f f I I V 'O W ' Nl K 1 JD 4 '34, ,-' l . U" 'IM QBfficers INEZ CAVERT, '16 - - - President GRACE HADLEY, '17 - - - Secretary jllilemhets 1916 VAS 5 AR I c:N MARJORIE ANTHONY LEOLA BRANDEIS KATRINA BREWSTER INEZ CAVERT KATHARINE COMSTOCK ALICE DUSCHAK MABEL EDWARDS GERTRUDE FOLKS RUTH HYDE ISABEL JONAS CARLOTA BROOMALL MARY K. BROWN ALICE JOSEPH ELIZABETH KNOWLTON MARJORIE PARET MABEL SLEGHT SARA SMART ELEANOR TAYLOR RUTH WALKER ANNE WHITING FRANCES WOOD HELEN WOODBURY JULIA BRYANT MARY CULVER GRACE HADLEY HELEN GRIER JANE KUHN RUTH LAMB GLADYS LAWRENCE 11? WVA5 S AID. IGN RUP MM-MM.. NH KWW . mM X X 1. . MYER Founded 1896 HETTY KEENAN JOSEPHENE BENDER PHEBE BRIGGS JOSEPHINE CONGDON EMMA DOWNER GERTRUDE FARN?-IAM ELIZABETH HARDIN MARY HENDRICKSON LYDIA BABBOTT JULIA BRYANT , '16 - - Secretary 5-Illemhers 1916 1917 LUCELIA MILLER KATHERINE PLACE MARION RANNELLS ETHEL ROSE GRACE VANEVERA RUTH WALKER ALICE WEST CAROLYN HOLBROOK GRETCHEN LEICHT MARY STUCKSLAGER 236 QJEVAS fs AR I :DNV IIIIEIIT' WILUWEUE MARJORIE WOOLSEY ROSA D SHARPE PHEBE BRIGGS MARY BRADY PHEBE BRIGGS BESSIE CALLOW MARION CROWELL EMMA DOWNER MILDRED DRUIEN KATHERINE ENGLISH CAROLINE GOODRICH ELEANOR GOSS ELIZABETH HARDIN ELEANOR HOBBS HETTY KEENAN ELIZABETH KEELER Preszdent Secretary Treasurer Members ELEANOR LESLIE ELIZABETH LINDER BARBARA MOORE MARGUERITE PHILLIPS ROSA SHARPE KATHARINE VANDUSEN RUTH WALKER MIRIAM WATSON MARY WELLS ALICE WEST BARBARA WILLIAMS MARJORIE WOOLSEY KOTO YAMADA A I Q o SUUFVAS S A D. 1 cv N SBU? 0 0 0 K L . mit?-,:"1nm -P Q W S o ' in QBfficers VERA COLDING, '16 Elector SUSANNE HOWE, '17 - Secretary and Treasurer The Baath ELEANOR HOBBS, '16 - - Senior Vice-Elector HELEN CROTHERS, '17 - Junior Vice-Elector AMARETTE ROOT, '17 - Sophomore Vice-Elector 238 R A ' "iv ix.. - F' -fif. ' -1 ""1.5f2:.,.. '-,,: : 4 -. -A A A A fr, 1 ,:,. Vg- ff Y gf , , . , -A Yam, ' sf il qxfj K-pf. .M 4 ,RV V -A:-W' . I - . . A ' . 5 ig 'I -J ' ' . A Fai a F ' ' izvfrwfw ,::1:s:a2!l,ff5fi:af2w 'fi- f":M'1'b2fi'Nf' 'f'f'f12W':ff? wf1 Af v w" ' V- . .. '4 " K' vi' Ir " , A- ...,.E-H251--1 -1-L -13??f'GfiE:1'g,3f,..g,.1gff3,f4f:-.41'g!g6'S4f,,1v,f-W-'1: ,,.,Qgw, -. up g l y --'- .....,. , -hr-'Ze:.g111V,a:1i24g4q4ff+4,-,A Z, mf A A .5 1 A ix 2 ANNE WHITING - - - President MILDRED BAXTER ---, Vice-President MARGARET JACKMAN - - - Secretary and Treasurer Sixty Members 239 VAS 5 A111 cm fsgugff .4 VAS S AD 1 CN mmUna1EU11b Easfsat Cibapter uf the Eiinternullegiate Smzialist Snnistp QBfficerz4 GERTRUDE FOLKS, '16 - - - Chairman RUTH LAMB, '18 - Secretary AMARETTE ROOT, '18 ---- Treasurer Qlfxenutihe Zguarh KATHARINE TAYLOR, '10 FRIEDA MAYNARD, '17 Membership, 96. 240 VAS' ss AD I oN SYLVIA WOODRUFF ------- President OLIVIA CAULDWVELL - - Vice-President BEATRICE COE - - Secretary MARY A. WATSON ----- Treasurer QExerutihz ignarh HAZEL MILLS VIRGINIA ARCHIBALD KATHERINE PAGE MINNA BESSER Membership, 175. ijaurpuse ' The purpose of the chapter is to promote equal suffrage sentiment through study and active Work. 241 Qiluh jfrangals Founded 1899. The basis for membership is proiciency in the French department JANE HUNTER HERVEY, '16, President MARYB. GUY, '17, Vice-President MIRIAM WOOD, '17, Secretary and Treasurer ilaunnrarp jllflemherzi PROFESSOR BRACQ MISS CONROW MLLE. MONNIER MLLE. SCHINDLER MISS FAHNESTOCK MLLE. REAU MISS WHITE Members from 1916, 32, 1917, 32, 1918, 22, 1919, 1. Hiagpdjfn par Moliere Qlumiti DOROTHY MAE MARIONEAUX, Chairman KATHARINE BARCUS, '16 MARGARET JACKMAN, '16 VIRGINIA ARCHIBOLD, '17 ALICE SATTERTHWAITE, '17 FREDRICA ATWOOD, '18 MARY P. GANS, '18 KATHLEEN B. ANDERSON, '19 Rersunnages Psyche DOROTHY BROWN Cleomene DOROTHY CARTER L' Amour ANNE FARR Agenor M.ARCELLA FEUERMAN Venus LAURA OSBORNE Lyeas MIRIAM WOOD Jupiter CHARLOTTE WELLS Le Dieu d'u11 Fleuve Aglaure CHARLOTTE BABCOCK DOROTHY TENNY Cidippe ELIZABETH HOFELLER Vuloain ALICE GILMAN Zephyre JEAN SPURR Qeerman Qllluh ETHEL ROSE, '16 ----- - President PRISCILLA FOWLE, '16 - V1jCQ-PrgS1jdem5 ELIZABETH PARSONS, '17 ---- - Secretary HELEN WUFLING, '18 ---- Treasurer 142 Members "Bar Tllialismarf' March 4, 1916 By Ludwig Fulda Qliaste Astolf--Konig Von Cyprus - - - - Berengar-sein Oberfeldherr - - H. WULFING S. DEMMING Diomed - T. GRIMMEL Panfilio Grosse des Hofes E. DEWITT Maddelena-Diomeds Toehter - - - L. WOLFE Niecola-Haushofmeister - - - O. CAULDWELL Stefano-Hauptmann der Liebwaeher - O. LAPHAM Der Hofkooh ----- E. DEWITT Omar - ' ' ' - - - C. BELL Habakuk-ein alter Korbflechter - M. MCINTOSH Rita-dessen Toehter ------ D. CURRIER Heflinge, Biirger, Bewaffnete, Madehen, Pagen Culummittee LOIS P. WILLIAMS, '16 PRISCILLA FOWLE, '16 ELIZABETH D. KRUSE, '17 MARY B. HAYDEN, '18 STELLA BERGER, '19 243 VAS 5 AD. 1 QNQSUU HE LLEN f 4' Prewwaafewmxerzmkbgg QJOIQQKOITMAHJMI va, N A V'- 53 " A- ,- gQ W VYfCfDDf'E51CQE?f'Z75 rmeuremmwfemg 5 ' ffm 2 qi A "' ' rI"'E ffl M-'Z i s ff 3 "1 'fbnfrg l N816 PROFESSOR LEACH 11pof5pos MARIAN ROBBINS,716 - - Au7'L1rpoe5pos RUTH LEONARD, '17 - - - Fpappafeus Ev1,4BoiDxLou MARY BRADY, '16 JOSEPHINE CONGDON 16 ANNIE THORPE, '17 M.ARTHA ROBINSON, 17 RUTH GILE, '18 15 Members 10 Members 8 Members 7 Members from from from from 244 1916 1917 1918 1919 - U J Cl, cz QHUFVAS S A 1:1 I C: N SHUI? .I f . FX 2" my W' 1 Q1 J , I I X I NB QBffi:ers EDITH JACKSON, '16 - - - President MARGARET BENNEY, '18 Secretary and Treasurer 1.916 PHEBE BRIGGS GRACE RIDEOUT, '88 DOROTHY H. DAVIS JESSIE JUNE HENDRICK, '88 MABEL E. EDWARDS 1 MARY E. COOKINGHAM, '79 KATHERINE P. ENGLISH LUCY W. KELLOG, '75 HELEN A. HODGE GRACE HALLARAN, '90 EMILY HOWARD SARAH GATES, '89 EDITH BANFIELD JACKSON HELEN BANFIELD, '79 MARTHA B. W. JONES MARTHA BOYD, '83 191 7 MARJORIE MCINTOSH CLAIRE RUSTIN, '80 HORATIA OWENS LOUISE BENTON, '79 LOUISE FREEMAN SWIFT LOUISE RUSSEL SMITH, '87 245 4 G ' Q ' ' Q, 0 P NUDE VAS 5 A 132 I Q N v 1918 MARY J. BASSETT MARY COOLEY, '83 MARGARET M. BENNEY EDITH NEIL, '93 FREDERICKA S. GOFF FRANCES SOUTHVVORTH, '86 1919 ELSIE V. DEWITT GRACE HALLAM LEARNED, '76 MARY CHILTON ESTY ROSAMOND A. FIELD, '88 LOUISE HART FESSENDEN EMMA B. HART, '90 SUSAN PLATT HADSELL SARA S. PLATT, '92 GLADYS DEAN JACOBS BLANCHE D. PRESBREY, '93 JEAN RICHMOND THOMPSON MARY THAVV, '77 HELEN LYDIA ZARTMAN ELLA STORY, '84 15 Members from 1916 10 Members from 1917 8 Members from 1918 7 Members from 1919 s1 246 VAS 3 ARD I GN --, 5-,---,A-vis? ,Q-'iff 3 !4 ' - 'L Q64 . f Q P Y Q? i S X iff ' 09 f M2 , 4 A, A Q R, N 4 1 fr 5 - 'gl ,tg N is . f Q N K IX 25' C -T147 Q 16 5' Y E ZZ, K1 3? A ' 5 if ' f Z cf, Q1 ' X' 'rx :Rx , I LSL' My XT! at H' S H CATHERINE SCHUMACHER, '16 - Pwesvldent VIRGINIA BARTOW, '18 - - - Secretary 48 Members Qilehelanh Qllluh MARION RANNELLS, 116 - Presiclent HARRIET C. ARTHUR, '18 - - Secretary 24 Members 741 YAS 5 JXP! 1 :DNR jliilinhigan Klub RUTH ROSEXNVARNE, '16 - - - President MARGARET VOGEL, '17 - - - Secretary and Treasurer 37 Members jietn Qinglanh fliluh ALICE VVEST, '16 - - - President BTIRIAM FOSTER, '17 - - Secretary and Treasurer 180 Members A' Hein Earsep Qlluia MARGUERITA PHILLIPS, '16 - - President J EAN SPURR, '17 ----- Secretary and Treasurer 42 Members Suutbern Clllluh ETHEL ROSE, '16 - - Presrlcleruf GRACE TYLER, '17 - - Vice-President DOROTHY COPENHAVER, '17 - Secretary 248 Q A x,. I. yi? f .1,-045' ,, - as ? ' ..f-O", ' - 5 x? I ,fpf ," -' X 5 A Q, 2, - : X K Ai 1, 4: f 1 XM ' . 352 , . 1 f 'W ww ., U ' ,. . - ' , , ,, - ,y.'.?X-,,,x.:,.,,g.1,1.f,,J -, ,gf .. 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If such my pleasures must alloy, Just one reward I'll reap- l'll send my children to enjoy That Million Dollar Fund. - S l Ili? Q1 J' TM 'f ' " -in ni uns '4 TZ 5454? . Q " N15 , , p .T e, N, . N A , .,,,. , ' I'-ig" , 'j . -v "i-Q.sQ,,f4t PROOF WALLS cm ER- WALLS BLACK ANDWHITE WALLS D,-,Ln '.. u-...,...n- - -s.,-J1x. 3fQrv--4... LM-QSVQJJ Tktiv' gif: , 249 Q 4UlVVA5 5 Ap. 1 oN Wyryj Some gg-L5 Leave. Qollege. qu -V:"'0'xDN mound. an vw T f ' IW W 6 ,- wr as I X sf T Effllirve ' w . U Q'llfl2f.,7- Z mi.,-?"" 1 . ' ,il - I, A N TIES. TI-l'fuvs.IF-ri, MON Ives WCAfj'hUYS Ygrl En- llose who buf Exam week Those who QYAM EKAMWEEK Qu QETJJBU I am aggravated daily by those who come in gaily And demand I pay the little sums I owe. I try my best to run but my room-mate says in fun- "You'll find her in her closet-that I know. " I have to pay my pittance for my " Qui Vive " admittance, Though when and why I joined I am in doubt! I once was philanthropic when someone read a topic- But I've forgotten what it was about, Still I pay my dues, though I ne'er have any news Of where on earth my hard earned money's sent. My room-mate buys a fern, then demands in accents stern That I pay my share which she's already spent. We take the New York Times for which I pay my dimes Though I've never had a chance to read it yet I Last week when feeling gay I went to tea but couldn't pay But she who did is sure not to forget. The Libe sends me a card-the decree thereon is hard i'Pay your fine or never take another book." I hate to walk the street for fear a creditor I'll meet, I dodge around the corners like a crook. y For the mail I make a dash-praises be, Dad's sent some cash' But I also draw a bunch of unpaid bills- if Pk Pk Pk 914 PF Pk Pk Pk 2? Now I am free to state, though my reform is late That charging is the worst of college ills. 253 A EQLSH Safuvdab MOTNKNQI 'NYVHWQ Wh 1 f , M M Il I ,3 IW iz fo 1 + HOST Owe .,.. N 2 Q I Bases e- 10 UU K Y 6 Eau: Jil ii: ' f-'Haas C 5 - - p-if JW - :album Gul. Y I, -, - , ' f Aki f ,L f-f n-W-nfl? 1 l - g 1 -lj f 2. 1' B lon HL IL N V -""' ' 1 -am 54 2 ET EF Eb- 5 T V1.5 fff- ' J I f " ,Z J L ' ""'g-51116 f- - - ,- ,J T - - f mm, 5 f f J - fmwff-J 5 WJ Lnlsfrr ii! J 1 LA' - foul l if .. 1 z 1 , J M ' A5,.NL4.:hL 7 L 5 ro '25 ilgx - id A .i L54 ., 'fa Z - - -7-EWG -, I - Lmrvravui! in .- 7 " rf .- ,, --Timm 5' J g 1 I wax Lo X X Iflozqrg F Q kg fr 442454. 33 A if X IQ H' VL 12. L5 9: it T l HM fl ll 1 l K' - S nr , , -rm N ,ff 'AT Th ' ' ' Luir I 'f 7, ' Q' ' M S ,ff f Lila-aa lux 254 VAS S A12 1 GN The from Girls' Qulilnqup llll hav e x ff l 1 ' ' M it ,,.,- ,, X ." U." v. , 1 A . X X. -- ., If l A 1- VA I I' ., , Q., , Q, cj , Q-,A fl! rig 'If ' 1, 'is 524 ll ,X i li fl N lli il? i lif f ,f If ,," A X i l i l it .ati lift, YYACLTQD ygyggoh To go or not to go? That is the question. Whether 'tis better in the mind to suffer The dread uncertainty of getting you a MAN Or to take arms against a sea of friends And, by refusing, end it? To write-to wait- No more-and by the answer to put end To fears, when ONE accepts with all the graces Prom men are heir to. 'Tis a consummation Devoutly to be wished! To writefto wait!- To wait! perchance in vain-ay, there,s the rub! For in that answer, comes his " sad regrets. " The question whom we next will ask to come Must give us pause. There's the respect That makes the Prom matter of great thought. For who would miss the joys of men and dance, Music and flowers, and the envious eyes Of under-classmeng would see her friends Swapping their dances for full weeks ahead, Forgetting mid-year terrors in their joy When she herself might also have the fun By writing to a man? Who would hesitate To give herself up to the moment's impulse But that the dread of something afterwards- The tenth man has accepted and the day arrives- A telegram-" Sorry, can't come! " and the world collapses ,Tis this that makes us rather lose the fun Than run the risk of such calamity! Thus Prom time does make cowards of us all, And thus the native hue of resolution Is sullied o'er with the pale cast of fearg And many a tale, told us by previous victims Does scare us, till our footsteps we turn away, And lose the chance to go. 255 . n ' f AT x . Xl fl fl YN xx f'N K 'QE' ls X LJQDNQ fm z' ' , . . ,. V," l.s4.f" X X ff' A ,I fxf s We es A N Ugg M 5' ,f wfg El QT YA - - Y Y. Y A A- A Y AiA v Y 7 1 Q Aer, - f- - V - fs'-f - v f 1 t t v wx Miz? :re . X l I' I xl ax y fl " V1 W ' I J ' J xi' T T l 1: I y T l l 1 . ,i.a'::.,o. ., lf: an 'l QA QSM- elk-11. c,0.A,w1.A U"-fo-Q T Ll . . N l ' IL, Q3 I. fin, -c,c,v 4 K y ftlf LGA" r I y, A e J -4-v - --f for illibat Glitch :feeling You go to the table, you sit down to eat, You look for the salad, you look for the meat. A oyster, spaghetti, a cracker or two- One look around-"Well, this Won't do!" They leave in a hurry, they leave in a bunch, "Fair Students Don't Care for Vassar's Light Lunch!" You ask-you demand-treatment humane. - You ind out the reason-instructors complain 'iThe students don't Work when they're overfed, They use fifth hour class room instead of a bed." The decree was stern, '4For that tired feeling try A light lunch or two. H-there's a reason why! m ll Woe T o, MSN' 1 1 . 39 Q39 ' 4 c 7 gig rf A + Q r as L X T X Wy 5, Q ,Q-TM l Z X, , 1-N O -U . X f x QU. J' :atm Q, vo! van! Long CBNLHSB 256 VAS 5 gA1:v. 1 CNi ZlBta1rp FROM THE DIARY or AN OVER-FED OZONE-EATER KNO Vassarion is complete without onel January 9th-Last night I had the oddest dream-I dreamed I was an Esldmo living in a frozen white hut. I awoke to ind my coverlet of snow, beautiful snow drifting from the open window. My nose was entirely numb! January 10th-We lead the life of the explorers of the Arctic-making wild dashes for the inside bed-rooms. A radiator is a queer thing. When one bends directly over it, a faint warmth is traceable but two feet away there is not even a thermal suspicion. I never before noticed how ugly its silver paint is-a bright, warm red would be far more attractive. January 11th-A blizzard is raging in the room as I write. Both ears are frozen as my room-mate borrowed my earlaps. We have recalled to-day a warning delivered last year. It now seems prophetic. When we drew this room its former owners said, " We admit it is -at present- the best looking room in college. But it's cold in winter. " That was May and we were reckless with Springtime madness. January 12th-To day I found an icicle. It was growing on the cloth with which I wash my face. I plucked it. I shall pluck one every day and keep 'them in a vase in the living room till Spring-if it return this year as formerly. I begin to doubt. January 13th-This must be my last entry in this little book of heart throbs. Last night I sought refuge for the night in the haven of the chapel. Visions of bliss clouded my eyes as I thought of sleeping on a pew in that building with its hallowed association of warmth. But no! The watchman took me for a heap of snow and swept me out with his broom. I was too feeble to make an outcry. I must be very pale. It is necessary to keep the barrel of my pen within my mouth 'as I write, to keep the ink in a semi-thawed state. It is very droll. But alas, my blood no longer has any heat. The ink is freezing fast. 257 VA5 5 A111 1 CNA Clubs We Would mmf Carre 16 Joins- ELMT 'Off b k , - If ' f 1 1 vw V ,. D M mm +9 lu! 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Q mlflllllllfllm Hwang W . gh A .1 ,I 2 Wigan, MM umgwigqum 3---,Fm ll I AE lmgn Emi IW, Ellun .!15d5f , 'Fm " ' ' 497 X '. .Y ' I ' ' , .- 1 -..pup4agZ5,4'ff- WH 04:41, X "Teo-rf-1.mQ'gwf-'Lflfvraf' f - f ' f' VP' , N 7 ' M y T a 9 W, Q,-VP - Q 'v ' Q. 1 .. -L , .6-L1 1-U t7-E X 1 , 1, L y X! -Jx -v10e1,w,?5wej44fmQ1emvw"' f- mwff 258 VAS S An IQN' 'i!FilifE'EFi f f as mai ii E , X '..1 5:::E 'Es ual, L' , f - ll,.L'.-.: :Q :::5...i Zi ,, X., vp r Qi2 2 'v iQ Q' -z -'vf?"w'2 3 t ' :l I I it .-ts l . .f .ff ,, v-g- A :F---:af ,L Q Elise fur the jfire Cliaptains' list uf Qhsentmzs at last! North tower in flames. An orderly stream of girls pouring out, attractively decked in curlers, etc. Frantic voice from a ninth story Window, " O save me, I'm burning up!!!!" Fire Captain Ccool and composed, consulting her listj "Sorry, but We can't do anything about it. You're supposed to be out for the night? ikeflectihe ibbilusuphp I nstrnctor-"Miss Jones, can you suggest an idol of the theatre? " Miss Jones Cabsentlyl-" Charlie Chaplin. " LITERAL Latin student conscientiously translating: " Hic in Gallia, importunus est. Hike into Gaul, it's importantf' C Nor RELATED Senior to bewildered Freshman : "No, my dear, Press Board has nothing to do with the laundry. " EXirRAcr FROM A "J" EXAM. "Byron had no one to take care of him, so he just naturally Went to the devil. " 259 VAS 5 AD. 1 oN The woes uf a Cllullege aih in Ian Gwinn ilBenuIia1f language "I've Chem and Ee and Arg and Psych, You have a hunch what those are like, But the crowning thing of all my Woes, It's double L, in Latin Prose. And Lab-just guess my hours-eight! All Gths and 7ths, but that was fate. And grind-my dear, don't speak of that, I haimt the libe, I never bat. My rooni-mate's taking Baby Bi- She just talks bugs, I almost die. But the girl that lives across the hall Has cats and things in alcohol! They sprang a written in E0 to-day, But then you know that's Millsie's way. I've class-drill 8th, I loathe that gym, I'm making up, you should see me swim. I cut last year 'bout half the time, I lived in H- ye gods the climb When I was stiff from gym and sore. I couldn't dance in J, what,s more. You know I've used up every leave, And now this bid-it's enough to peeve A perfect angelfs disposish. Gee! if I only had my wish, This collegekl be some place to stay, We'd have at LEAST one cut a day." '.'- i u 9? 4 "5 4- I 4 K nfiiiz. lil' 1 A Z 4 X ' I 'Wi LEESE-5FPr0bLems 8l"5gM' T c W PQINEIPLE 'mlm' 'M I'-ii' f fyf, ' rm:-.Q-:lc 'A - 1 ' o f I- Q ' r t Home CONSUIYIKJTIOYL mo,-,,,,P,,pj"'e 260 4 . i f VAS S A 122. I C: N QSHUQ? , .... -x M .ga . " K 'I i s Nl 'i lf' f::,i:2xi.Q:' ' li 1 V .W . n 'ls ,,--i-r 'filing JF -1 !Tfl""?'rf'L 1?-42'f -"-, tnliiiiii l so X u X Hes- f X - - V f , so l lull F Q: . .. 'if X 1 To Cloxcjg uw Lvl?- tbe Qrlingtun Qrahzparh-anh bulb jllklehal Jfluur Sick, discouraged, Wandering I Went In search of Nature's solace. My Well beloved Woods, the murmuring streams Yet brought no comfort to my soul: Homeward my footsteps turned, then lolundered on The little village cemetery, And midst the gathering shadows found The World's eternal Wisdom in the creed " Eventually-Why not now? " 261 VAS 5 A121 1 our Bassariun Zguarh Qccuunts N. B. Since Rumor has seen git to credit the Board with making fabulous sums, and since the public has considered the price at which the publica- tion is sold, as eactortionate, the Board hereby issues this ojicial account of their financial status. Beirut Tea ------ 3 25.00 Damage to Vassarion Room- Cll Replacement of furniture 251.98 C25 Ink on Walls - - 8.26 Life insurance for joke editors - - 300.00 Doctor's expenses- Klj After consuming left over hot dogs 13.45 C25 After reading proof .for two months 33.33 Vassarion Address Books - - - 65.49 Libel Suits - - - 2000.06 Flowers for Vassarion room 39.90 Professional services- Clj Artists - - .17 C2D Photographers, etc. .49 Monogram paper - - 42.02 Films of "celebs" - - 17.18 Midnight electricity 99.50 Persuasion to printer 200.00 Actual printing - 14.75 Miscellaneous - - - 3268.00 Total - - 37279.88 Qlirehit From hotfdog sale - - - .75 Waste-paper ----- 89.00 Vassarion Address Books ---- 13.00 Hush-money from J. Congdon ----- 50.00 QWhere Was Jodie when the lights Went out?j From certain girls for using their pictures - - 77.07 Sale of Vassarions - ' ----- 18.00 Advertisements - - 1 1 .25 Uncollectable charges - - - - - 4003.57 Total ----- 354256.87 P.S. The Board wishes to announce the sale of a thousand chewed lead pencils at an extraordinary figure. Lay in your supply for next winter NOW! 262 VAS 5 A12 I SNS ., ' X I ' :N I 32 "5 'E . f - I I I I- 5 g X I -7 5, I Q 1 Q '-X X 3. 'Straits XX ' X Q 1' X -R X Mk X ,A ff 2 I ,g:,,gi Mg - - . ' as if O AMY BESSER JEANETTE EINSTEIN KATHARINE JEFFRIS DOROTHY MALEVINSKY DOROTHY MORDORF MARGUERITA PHILLIPS RUTH SIMPSON AGNES SMITH OLIVE REMINGTON ABBY TILLOTSON Pk Pk Pk Dk if Pk GEORGE SHATTUCK EDMUND L. WOLVEN THE WHITE STUDIO 263 VAQ 5 Ap. 1 QN4 J une 1864 1865 1865 1866 1879 1886 1889 1892 1893 1894 1896 1897 1897 1900 1901 1902 1902 1903 1904 1904 1905 1905 1906- 1907 1908- 1911 1912 1912 1912 1912- 1912- Bata from 1861 through 1916 Muilhings 4, 1861 Ground broken by Matthew Vassar for Main Building Astronomical Observatory completed Main Building completed Lodge erected. 1913 Lodge torn down Building for Riding School, Gymnasium and Music Rooms completed, 1874, altered for Natural History Museum, Gym- nasium, Music Rooms, and Art Gallery, 1890, Gymnasium changed to Hall of Casts Vassar Brothers' Laboratory erected Eleanor Conservatory erected Alumnae Gymnasium erected Strong Hall erected F. F. Thompson Library Building erected, 1905, converted into Administration Offices Professors' cottages erected President's House erected Raymond House erected Rockefeller Hall erected Swift Memorial Infirmary erected New England Building erected Edward Lathrop Hall erected Eliza Davison House erected Ground broken for Library Chapel completed Miss Wood's cottage erected F. F. Thompson Memorial Library completed Dr. Hill's cottage erected 1907 North Hall erected Maid's Club House erected 1909 Sanders Laboratory of Chemistry erected Professor Leach's cottage erected Olivia Josselyn Hall erected Professor Riley's cottage erected Professor Tonk's cottage erected 1913 Students' Building erected 1913 Miss McCaleb's cottage erected 264 VAS 5 Ain. 1 CNV 1913 Ground broken for Taylor Hall 1914 Taylor Hall completed 1914 Ground broken for Metcalf Pavilion to Infirmary 1915 Metcalf Pavilion completed 1915 Ground Broken for Head Warden's Cottage Rresihents of the Qlullege Milo P. Jewett, LL.D., 1861-64 J. Ryland Kendrick, D.D., Acting President, 1885-86 John H. Raymond, LL.D., 1864-78 Samuel L. Caldwell, D.D., 1878-85 p James M. Taylor, LL.D., 1886-1914 Henry Noble MacCracken, Ph.D., 1915 ipresihents of Qtuhents' Qssnniatiun 1866-68 M.W. Whitney 1883-84 L. K. Smith 1899-00 M. P. Schmidt 1868-69 M. L. Gilbert 1884-85 E. Deming 1900-01 L.s. Holmquist 1869-70 M. Chumar J. P. Clinton 1901-02 C. M. Sperry 1870-71 D. Hileman 1885-86 L. F. Sweetzer 1902-03 H. J. MacCoy 1871-72 S. A. Catlin 1886-87 G.M.Cleveland 1903-04 J. S. Taylor 1872-73 M. Monroe 1887-88 F. T. Patterson 1904-05 M. Hiscox 1873-74 F. M. Cushing 1888-89L.B.Poppenheim1905-06 M. J. Dimock 1874-75 E. A. Rice 1889-90 K. Smith 1906-07 M. E. Avery 1875-76 G. H. Learned 1890-91 C. A. Bentley 1907-08 M. R. Babbott 1876-77 S. F. Sheppard 1891-92 A. M. Robbins 1908-09 C. M. Body 1877-78 S. G. Williinson 1892-93 M. V. Clark 1909-10 G. K. Schaefer 1878-79 B. Hazard 1893-94 M.B. Mumford 1910-11 S. Lovejoy G. Darling 1894-95 K. C. Reiley 1911-12 M. Tibbits 1879-80 M. S. Morris 1895-96 E. McCloskey 1912-13 V. Searle 1880-81 E. G. Shaw 1896-97 V. James 1913-14 M. Armstrong 1881-82 L. B. Stanton 1897-98 P. A. Hatfield 1914-15 L. Folks 1882-83 C. A. Valleau 1898-99 E. L. Garrett 1915-16 I. Kellers 265 QBfficers nf the Basset btuhnnts' Qih bounty President lst Vice-President 211.01 Vice-President 3rd Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Auditor 1 st Director Qrtd Director 3rd Director 4th Director MRs. KEMPSTER B. MILLER 1232 East 56th St., Chicago, Ill. MRS. NATHANIEL D. CHAPIN 1608 Hazel Drive, Cleveland, Ohio . MISS LUCY MADEIRA 1330 19th St., Washington, D. C. MRS. LEWis T. M. SLOCUM 1315 Forest Ave., Evanston, Ill. MRs. WILLIAM G. VAN LOON 249 Lark St., Albany, N. Y. MISS DOROTHY SIGNOR 10 East Ave., Albion, N. Y. MRs. FRANK W. CRANDALL Westield, N. Y. MRs. THOMAS S. MCGRAW 81 Alfred St., Detroit, Mich MRs. WARNER MARSHALL 67 Clyde St., Newtonville, Mass. MRs. NATHANIEL C. SEARS ' 1500 Nat'l Bank Bldg., Chicago, Ill MRs. CARY E. ETNIER York, Pa. . ?f':'l?""fN7-" ' ' - .,?" 'f" t"5-W" . .. Y .WAT Zw y agf gk.. ., . 5. ,W gg - fc u- 1 ' 1-A . .. , - M. .V -. , -I ,. A 339321-'i'51ir4i Iffbm "'i'Q'? f""'k. 'i ' f-'l TN. 'fxv fg' . "wa pi IA! ff ' , - 1!:f..-,fq.g- iz," if -YR f . " . H iv xr Q, -. lx ff' if ' ' 'naw-5 - 1-...f f A F O ' --:KQTGI -- 'VR' id ff . . :f,.,,,1 ,M ff, 1. Ls. .1 :ff N -x ., ,X ,s-.4 .9311 ,rw , g V , 1, i ' I C . 5 X' . 715 I gs A .. -. as-LN A,--fi: I A , 4 z, ':r,,4 .-this 3f:'1- fQf3'f?'?3Il6-3' "2 f5f'f'Wgg.g '. C"- my 2 . .rs-f ,.-1. sf , - ,- It f re. - 2.. . 'fi f.. 'ft lggf .f pw ' gf gs? .. . Jw p.faf3fgg:5,,:'5 A 1 me F, -. . w .,,f:,," -'R 1 2 I fc-"2-.. ' Qu' QQ W'-rf. ff -e'fE,.- A f-Z "" V.-, .v. f y - ,NJ-I , ff'7ij,.!-:sd 3 , :-Utga,-573 fyefvai l ,ffl ,- - 119' EQ jg. .-'E+ ,af-2'- 'f'f"lS" ' ' -Slif-5 " 1" s'TiJi'3 ' f" fV?"'i?' YF wi - 1 " ' 13. ng- mir' n w fi i..... .,ui,,Q.,v5 131 , V . . " 1- - .' A -fie15,.,,f 'g -fr "W" '.-11, ,Ea .2 21 wfffsf I W - . fiffi' .f f... ... ' Y A 1. F. . f-' '12 39-1 5557 ' vi,."4- 'ff he ' " 5 '4'?': A fl" -. " 'EZZLM 'Q ' , ,2.,qh.f,f.f ,fe Q mf' 'gr' Knife- . 3ffN:.f..5 " F3 .IF fa!- 'Y ff "1 Z 1-. 'im .- .- if-.Q-K " 'V -. '-4 "C" vfL"i,'K uv MMD 4 ' 7' . ,. 0 ' " 'ff.:L' " ?+"f'f2.' -:'3-A-'-AZ.-f'f1..1 Ei , . - .- , .- 'M' ' ' L I . - Q ' A -'2Q.4"?Ii1f":ZfiZ A ' V --if-01. 266 vzxs 5 AD. I oN' l Q9ffine1fs nf the Zlssuniate Qlumnae uf President Vice-Presidents Secretary- Treasurer Assistant Secretary Bursar - Alumnae Trustees Ex-Oficto Members at Large Passat Clllullege MISS ELIZABETH BROWN CUTTING, '93 37 Madison Ave., NeW York, N. Y. MISS IDA CARLETON THALLON, '97 Vassar College MRS. EDWIN T. JoHNSoN, '89 327 Home Ave., Oak Park, Ill. MISS JULIA F. VVICKER, '99 Tieonderoga, N. Y. MISS RUTH STRONGMAN, '11 Vassar College MISS H. VELMA TURNER 407 St. David'S ROW, Wayne, Pa. MISS JULIA LATHROP '80 CTerrn expires l918D MISS MYRA REYNOLDS, '80 CTGIIH expires 19205 MRS. HATLEY K. ARMSTRONG, '77 QTGTIIL expires 19225 Rruhisiuual Qlumnae Qluuncil President of the Associate Alumnae The Alumnae Trustees Mrs. FREDERICK F. ALLIS, '03 MISS KATHARINE BLUNT, '98 MISS MARY VIDA CLARKE, '93 MISS FLORENCE M. CUSHING, '74 MISS KATHARINE B. DAVIS, '92 MRS. ARTHUR TWINING HADLEY, '83 Chairman MISS ELIZABETH HAZELTON HAIGHT, '94 MISS MARGARET JUDSON, '03 MISS LIDA SHAW KING, '90 MRS. PHILIP N. MOORE, '73 MISS IDA CARLETON THALLON, '97 Secretary MRS. HUGH CAMPBELL WARD, '97 267 SHE'S THE GUY! vwlxerlss 268 VAS 5 A111 QNA 651355 uf 1917 I ADDINGTON, ANNA CORNELIA 3709 Westminster Pl., St. Louis, MO ALLYN, DONNA BEATRICE - 20 Fairfield Ave., Holyoke, Mass ALMY, ANN CAROLINE - 3237 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa ANTHONY, CONsTANCE EMERSON 140 E. Main St., Gouveneur, N. Y ARCHIBALD, VIRGINIA - 468 Riverside Drive, New York City ARMITAGE, FRANCES MARION - 6025 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, Ill ARNOLD, NATHALIE FLETCHER 25 Westland Terrace, Haverhill, Mass ARTHUR, SARAH TULLY - - 116 Fenimore St., Brooklyn, N. Y BABBOTT, LYDIA PRATT - - 149 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, N. Y BABCOCK, CHARLOTTE NOYEs ---- Bronxville, N. Y BACON, CAROLINE WOOD - - 504 Columbia Ave., Millville, N. J BARBOUR, MYRA S. - - 151 Saratoga Ave., Rochester, N. Y BARR, FLORENCE KATE - 263 Walnut St., Westield, N. J BARTOW, CHARLOTTE WESTERVELT 378 Union St., Hackensack, N. J BENEDICT, MADELINE - - A 204 W. 119 St., New York City BEYMER, RACHEL ELLEN - - - 207 E. 31 St., Savannah, Ga BORLAND, ELIZABETH VAN KIRK 131 Fifth Ave., McKeespOrt, Pa BRIGHTBILL, HELEN ELIZABETH ---- Annville, Pa BRINSMADE, ABIGAIL IRENE ---- Washington, Conn BRISTOL, ELIZABETH - - University Heights, New York City BRODERICK, HELEN - - - 9 Avon Rd., Schenectady, N. Y BROOMALL, CARLOTA - - - 330 W. Front St., Media, Pa BROWN, DOROTHY WOODBRIDGE 283 Ogden Ave., Milwaukee, Wis BROWN, ELIZABETH ANNA- - - 831 Buena Ave., Chicago, Ill BROWN, MARY - - - 584 Peachtree St., Altanta, Ga BROWN, MARY KATHRINE --A- Tracy, Minn BRYANT, JULIA COX - - - - Cohasset, Mass BUCK, FLORA - - - 2007 Sherman Ave., Omaha, Neb BUEFUM, MARGARET - - 210 Main St., Easthampton, Mass BULLARD, DORIS GILCHRIST 173 Philadelphia St., Saratoga Spa., N. Y BURKE, OLIVE - - - 282 Myrtle St., Manchester, N. H BURWELL, VIRGINIA KIRK - 29 Bridge St., Winsted, Conn BUsCHMAN, EVELYN - 97 Lenox Ave., East Orange, N. J CAMPBELL, ADELE - - - 33 W. 84th St., New York City CAMPBELL, ALICE MARGUERITE 100 Whalley Ave., New Haven, Conn CAMPBELL, DOROTHEA LAURETTA 1471 N. New Jersey St., Ind., Ind. 269 A4 Q 1 C, VAS S A ID. I C: N QQHUE CAPEN, LILA - - 500 Clara Ave., St. Louis, Mo CARBAUGH, PHYLLIS MAUD - - - Fort Smith, Ark CARTER, DOROTHY J EANNETTE - - - Huntington, New York CARTER, HELEN JULIA ----- Washington, Conn CATTELL, J UDITH HASKELL - 5474 East End Ave., Chicago, Ill CHENEY, FRANCES GERTRUDE 1902 Riverview Ave., Wilmington, Del CLARK, J EANNETTE OSBORNE Division St. 85 Wyo Ave., Billings, Mont COBB, MARGARET EVERTSON - - Hillside Pl., Tarrytown, N. Y CONGER, ESTHER SEABURY 3 a Cordoba 74, Mexico City, Mexico CONWELL, Mary - - - 107 Richey Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa COONLEY, LYDIA AVERY - - 5102 Hyde Park Blvd., Chicago, Ill COPENHAVER, DOROTHY ELIZABETH - 2239 Q St., Washington, D. C CRABBE, ELIZABETH RALSTON - 5035 Castleman Pl., Pittsburgh, Pa CROTHERS, HELEN MCCH-ORD - 20 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass CROWLEY, DOROTHY,ELIZABETH 1314 N. Tejon St., Colo. Spa., Colo CULVER, MARY ---- 36 Eagle St., Albany, N. Y CURTIS, KATHARINE HART 170 Howard Ave., New Haven, Conn DANFORTH, DOROTHY - 17 Kingsbury Place, St. Louis, Mo DAVIS, HELEN - - - - Poughkeepsie, N. Y DAVIS, HELEN ARTHUR ---- Stoneleigh, Rye, N. Y DECKER, HELEN VIOLA - 187 Donaldson Ave., Rutherford, N. J DELAPENHA, RUTH - 353 Mountain Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J DENNIS, MILDRED BLACKBURN - 668 Irving Park Blvd., Chicago, Ill DONAGHUE, ETHEL FRANCES - 135 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Conn DRUMMER, DORIS ENO - - - - Hamburg, N. Y DUMOND, HELEN MARGARET - - 496 Tenth St., Brooklyn, N. Y EATON, MARY LAWRENCE - 80 Vandeventer Pl., St. Louis, Mo EDWARDS, DOROTHY - - - 5 Wilson St., Natick, Mass EINSTEIN, JEANETTE RUTH - 413 N. McKean St., Kittanning, Pa ELLSWORTH, JULIA JOSEPHINE - 2915 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis EVARTS, HELEN WARDNER 19 Follen St., Cambridge, Mass FARRISH, FRANCES MARIE 5 5221 Westminster Pl., St. Louis, Mo FARLEY, MARGARET - - 108 Fuller St., Brookline, Mass FENSTERMAKER, MARY ISABELLA - 485 E. State St., Sharon, Pa FERREE, MARIAN REBECCA - 247 Washburn St., Lockport, N. Y FINCK, MARGARET ------ New Market, Va FORMAN, ISABEL REMINGTON - 30 W. Forest Ave., Detroit, Mich FOSTER, MIRIAM - - 10 Cabot St., Winchester, Mass 270 VAS 5 AD. I CN FOX, MARY - - 47 Northview Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J FRASER, FRANCES MAXWELL - 1011 Lemon St., Riverside, Cal GALLAGHER, SARAH MARGARET 611 Chestnut St., Coshocton, Ohio GARDNER, ANNE WILLS - - 256 Rich Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y GARVER, FRANCES NANCY 619 N. Wittenburg Ave., Springield, C GLASCOCK, J OSEPHINE RICHARDS - - - Upperville, Va GOES, BERTHA LAURA - - - 390 57th St., Wauwatosa, Wis GOODNOW, ANNE HORTENSE 27 Burroughs St., Jamaica Plains, Mass GOUINLOCK, DOROTHY MINOTAH - - - Warsaw, N. Y GRAHAM, MARGARET DORSEY 102 Ridgewood Rd., Roland Park, Baltimore, Md GRANGER, ALTHEA JANE GRAY, LILLIAN STEWART - GREGORY, MARY LoUIsE - GROFF, DOROTHY EARP - GUNZ, HELEN MARY GUY, MARY BOWEN HACKNEY, MARGUERITE - HADLEY, GRACE MAYNARD HAEF, GERTRUDE BARSE HAND, DOROTHY - - HARTSHORNE, FRANCES - HASLER, BERTHA WINTER HATHAWAY, LILLIE VINAL HEATH, EVELYN AGNES - HERT, MILDRED HELENE - 677 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y - - - South Swansea, Mass 342 E. Fifth St., Brooklyn, N. Y - 761 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y - 17 Summit Cross, Rutherford, N. J - 335 Convent Ave., New York City 11 North Melcher St., Johnstown, N. Y - 135 E. Fifth Ave., Roselle, N. J - 416 E. 36th St., Kansas City, Mo - 457 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y - 121 Church St., Phoenixville, Pa 545 Springdale Ave., East Orange, N. J 89 Campbell St., New Bedford, Mass - 76 Soldiers Place, Buffalo, N. Y 170 Westminster Rd., Rochester, N. Y HERTELL, HELEN DOROTHY - - 384 Main St., Lewiston, Me HINCKS, ELIZABETH MARY 58 Washington Ave,. Cambridge, Mass HITEMAN, ISA MAY ---- West Winfield, N. Y HOLBROOK, CAROLYN HOLLOWAY, ROBERTA - HOPKINS, ALICE WINTER - HORNRY, ALICE WINIFRED HORNE, MARY - - HORNE, MARY SHAW HOWE, SUSANNE - - HUBBELL, HELEN COMSTOCK HUNT, MADELEINE - - HUSSEY, ELEANOR - - - - Cssining, N. Y - 182 E. High St., Lexington, Ky - 544 Part St., Upper Montclair, N. J - - - - Cloquet, Minn - 12 West Broad St., Stamford, Conn - 175 Park Ave., Yonkers, N. Y 205 W. 57th St., New York City - - 2 W. Main St., Norwalk, Conn 17 Englewood Ave., Brookline, Mass Shippan Point, Stamford, Conn 27 l :J A V Z O SUFVA5 5 A ID. I SN EBU? HYDE, GRACE - - 80 Rosemont Road, Cleveland, O ICKLER, CAROLINE SCOTT 165 Philadelphia Ave., E. Detroit, Mich IRVING, BEATRICE SCOTT - ISZARD, MURIEL ELIZABETH JADWIN, CHARLOTTE FRANCES JAGGARD, KATRINA - - JENISON, MONELL - - JONES, HESTER MILDRED - KENNEDY, HELEN JOSEPHINE KENNEDY, MARGARET VINCENT KINCAID, MARGARET - KINDRED, GLADYS MARTIN KINSLEY, EVELYN - - KNAPP, ESTHER - - KRAUSE, DOROTHY JOSEPHINE KRUSE, ELIZABETH DOROTHY LANDON, ELIZABETH ALLWOOD LAPHAM, OLIVE MARSH - LEARY, MARIAN ESTELLE 180 W. 81st St., New York City 607 Euclid Ave., Elmira, N. Y 2014 Wyoming Ave., Washington, D. C - - - Bonner Springs, Kansas - 220 N. Sycamore St., Lansing, Mich - 209 Liberty St., Warsaw, Wis 28 Summer St., Haverhill, Mass 28 Summer St., Haverhill, Mass 18 Sidney Place, Brooklyn, N. Y - - Meadow Grove, Neb 461 Ashland Ave., Buffalo, N. Y - 9 West Ave., South Norwalk, Conn Antlers Hotel, Colorado Spa., Colo 2212 Criplin Ave., Wilmington, Del - - North Wilkesboro, N. C - - 75 Garden St., Ansonia, Conn - - 167 Birr St., Rochester, N. Y LEE, VIRGINIA - 6381 Woodbine Ave., Overbrook, Phila., Pa LEICHT, GRETCHEN - - - 203 E. Broadway, Winona, Minn LEONARD, RUTH FRANCES - - 41 Pine Ave., Albany, N. Y LINDAU, RUTH VIRGINIA - - 523 Summit Ave., Crreenboro, N. C LYDAY, JUNE FRANCES - 84 Holbrook Ave., Detroit, Mich MCAFEE, KATHERINE AGNES - 10 Chalmers Place, Chicago, Ill MCCARTHY, ELIZABETH - 767 E. Fourth St., South Boston, Mass MCDOWELL, LAURA ELIZABETH - 15 Seneca St., Cohoes, N. Y MCELDOWNEY, ANNABEL 5574 Northumberland Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa MCILRAVY, ALICE PAULINE ---- Tarrytown, N. Y MCINTOSH, MARJ'ORIE - 125 Riverside Drive, New York City MACHADO, ELEANOR WHITMAN 169 Daly Ave., Ottawa, Canada MAHER, MARY DOLAN - 35 Marshall St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y MAHONEY, MARIE MADELINE - 2101 Broadway, Logansport, Ind MALEVINSKY, DOROTHY - - 509 W. 121st St., New York City MANN, DOROTHY GUDRUNE STIX 628 W. 158th St., New York City MARRETT, HILDA - - - 31M Exchange St., Portland, Me VASS s,A1D. I CN MARSHALL, ESTHER PHILENA MARTIN, HELEN PHIN - MASON, EUGENIA CHAPIN MAYNARD, FRIEDA BYLES MERCHANT, CLARA - - MERRELL, ELINOR HOWE - MERZ, LUCY ALBERTINA - MILLAY, EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLER, J EANETTE CURTIS MILLER, LILLIAN MAY - MILLER, MARJORIE ESTHER MILLS, ELIZABETH STIVERS MOLLART, GLADYS - - MOORE, ANNA CONSTABLE MOORE, HELEN RUTH - MORRIS, MARGARET LOUISE NEFF, CLARINE - - NEWTON, ELIZABETH MATHER NICHOLS, FLORENCE ELIZABETH NILES, JESSIE EDNA - OSBORN, LUCRETIA MANNING OWENS, HORATIA - - PALMER, JOSEPHINE LUDLOW PARKER, JULIA ANITA - - 1819 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. - 1155 Hampton St., Holyoke, Mass. - 5554 Avondale Pl., Pittsburgh, Pa. - 955 Grand Ave., Chicago., Ill. - 39 Lake Ave., Danbury, Conn - ' 2036 E. 100th St., Cleveland, Ohio 6 W. Sixth St., Jamestown, N. Y - - - - Camden, Me 395 Grand Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Dept. of State, Washington, D. C - 125 Dawes Ave., Pittsfield, Mass - 60 W. Main St., Middletown, N. Y - - 809 7th St., Watertown, Wis A1025 Watohung Ave., Plainfield, N. J 738 St. Mark's Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y - - 41 Walnut St., Oneonta, N. Y - - 56 Chestnut St., Ware, Mass - 122 Court St., Plattslourg, N. Y 61 Continental Ave., Cohoes, N. Y - 540 Monroe St., Brooklyn, N. Y - 8616 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, O - 1956 E. 75th St., Cleveland, Ohio - 2634 Lakeview Ave., Chicago, Ill - - - - Hyde Park, N. Y. PARSONS, ELIZABETH INGERSOLL 1130 Wood Ave., Colorado Spa., Col PECK, MARY MILES LEWIS - 174 Summer St., Bristol, Conn. PEIRCE, MARGARET WILLIAMSON - - - Frankfort, Me PICKERING, ROBERTA HOLBROOKE 234 Rockland St., Portsmouth, N. H PICKSLAY, DOROTHY DARLING ---- Warwick, N. Y POND, INEZ MAY - - POTTER, HELEN HENRIETTA PYLE, ELEANOR - - REED, KATHARINE ISABEL ROBINSON, MARTHA - ROPER, GRACE HENRIETTA SAGUE, ISOBEL - - SATTERTHWAIT, ALICE - - 20 Vick Park A., Rochester, N. Y. - 8628 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. - 678 Bergen Ave., Jersey City, N. 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Y. 295 Q 1181319 of QIJIITBIITS VASSARION BOARD - - Board of Trustees - - Officers of Administration and Instruction ln Memoriam - - The Alma Mater - - Senior Class - - Freshman Picture - Senior Picture - Freshman Year, Officers Sophomore Year, Officers Sophomore Party - Sophomore Year, Song Contest Sophomore Joke Book Tree Ceremonies - Marching Song - Daisy Chain - - Junior Year, Officers Junior Party - - Junior Promenade Junior Joke Book J unior-Senior Party - Senior Year, Officers Members - - Former Members - Miss Smithis Picture Miss Smith's Letter Senior Parlor Opening Senior Birthday Honors - - Class Day Fellows - VAS 5 AD. 1 CNS Junior Class - Officers - - Junior Party - Junior Promenade - Sophomore Class - Officers - - Sophomore Party - Joke Book - Tree Ceremonies Freshman Class - Officers - - Summary - Fiftieth Anniversary Committee - General Program Pageant of Athena - Inauguration - - Student Corderence Students' Association - Officers - - Committees - Christian Association Officers - - Committees - Philaletheis - Officers - - - Committees - - Third Hall Play, 1915 First Hall Play, 1916 Second Hall Play, 1916 - Minor Hall Play, 1915 Minor Hall Play, 1916 - Third Hall Play, 1916 Athletic Association - Officers - - Committees - - - Hockey Teams - - Hockey Scores, CFall, 19155 Basketball Scores CSpring, 19155 Basketball Teams - - 297 140 141 142 143 146 147 148 149 149 152 153 155 157 159 161 163 175 176 170 179 184 185 190 191 192 194 195 198 198 199 200 20 1 203 203 208 209 VA-5 5 Am I oNt Track Teams - Field Day . - Tennis Tournament Record " V " Holders - - Publications ---- . The Vassar Miscellany Monthly The Vassar Miscellany Weekly Press Board - - - Vassarion Board - - Musical Societies' - Glee Club ' - Mandolin Club Composers' Club - Symphony Orchestra Choir - - - Vassar Debating Societies Intercollegiate Debate Qui Vive - - T and M - Societies - - Phi Beta Kappa Contemporary Club - Civitas ---- Current Topics - - College Settlement Association Wake Robin Club - - Socialist Club - - - Suffrage Club - French Club - German Club - - Hellenic Society - Crrauddaughters' Club Locality Clubs - - Here and There - Contributors - Data - - 298 214 216 217 218 219 220 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 232 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 247 251 263 264 Advertisements ll. .lil- .il- -17.11 x ' NN N 2 J - em- 4 egg z lit! PAGE THE VASSARION ADVERTISER When Vassar Days Are Naught But Memories there are still fond thoughts for The l-louse of Gildersleeve in Poughkeepsie, The Vassar Shoe Store, Where comfort is synonymous with value-service is a criterion-and style a fundamental consideration. A parcel post department places Gildersleeve's at the service of the Alumnae. E. D. GILDERSLEEVE 65' SON 314 MAIN STREET I3 POUGI-IKEEPSIE, N. Y. 1 l th V THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE3 COLLEGE AND SCHOOL EIVIBLEIVIS AND NOVELTIES FRATERNITY EIVIBLEIVIS, SEALS, CHARMS, PLAQUES, IVIEDALS, ETC. Of Superior ,Qwliiy and Design THE HAND BOOK IIIustrated and Priced. Mailed upon request IIIIICIIIIIIICI BAILEY, BANKS ZS: BIDDLE CO. Diamond Merchants, Jewelers, SiIversrniths, I-IeraId1sts, Stationers CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA iii " wiv' . " f ' V WMITTEMDRES EEL If +L csszhig I ' giosjjfwi , 'ytsilfbghi , 7 Mallllq I 1 xfmpallv finer' C 1- 1 Ig Lmsaw-war: E N sxfflcgfff I 3 f I f ff I . - -scvlsu E - ' I uri . Il, mm vrllim? X Jlvzlrlmfnqffy 1 is--a"f""' , 'ff"g414Wly I 1 I I . --gg' "Ii'??r:.'5E?f'- I f'sHUcLEAN" Nothing excels this article for White Kid, Calf, Buck and Nu- buck leather. It works quicker, dries whiter than any article rriade. Will not harden the inest and lightest Weight of kid. 25c. . .,.. QUICK WHITE . MAKES DIRTY CANvAs suues CIEIIIQWHITE IIUIEKLYIH EASILY I I QAPPLIED. . , I QLSD SZLEANS , , ,' ALLZARTICLES MADE 5 I ' n i I B.CoI H aasrnu mss usA I I I ,IIQIIIIIIIIIS II .ll 5,l0c and 25c Sizes , 'cur 506-5 KNHITTEMORF' EDGE DRESSING BLACK SHOES ""'I"""'I3h sofltus PREQERVES LEATHER ---:R Esrones C O LO R GI urs. 5 iizglgilmuganx r LUSEFRE , 25c Size HAI-ABOH cleans and whitens- BUCK, NUBUCK,' SUEDE and CANVAS SHOES. In round white cakes packed 1l1Z1I1C boxes,w1t:h sponge, 100. In handsome, large aluminum boxes, with sponge, 25c. WVhite, Ivory, Champagne, Light Gray, Dark Gray, Blue Brown and all other colors. The most perfect cleaner and polishing cream for the Enest grade of colored kid and calf leather. 9 EVERY STORE ' , 9 .CARRIES Shoe Polishes ln answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION PAGE4 THE VASSARION ADVERTISER My is O P jcaitions 63 flier nga I X25-iilgiwurd Qajme anal see Its or 'Wife about it Us ARTHUR H. CRlST CQ 1Co0pefsf0vm,N Y HE Steinway is supreme-no piano of any other make compares with it in sweetness and strength of tone. Every time you are told that another ' "" piano is 'tjust as good" or "almost as good" as a Steinway, it is an acknowledgment of the fact that the STEI WAY is the ideal piano by which all others are judged. When you choose a Steinway you give preference to the Standard Piano of the World. Its purchase carries the assurance that money can buy nothing better. STEINWAY ck SONS STEINWAY HALL IO7-IO9 East I4.'El1 St., New York Subway Express Station al lhe Door 1 g d t' ments pl mention the VASSARION THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE 5 l lianclavcl uality CHASE CL SANBOR ' Teas and Coffees Sold by Reliable Grocers Everywhere ESTABLISHED 1813 V.: l I YZZQ, JZWWWW 2111121112115 Qgnrnishiirg units, MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW YORK Tflepborze Murray Hill 8800 Coats and Rugs for Motor, Train or Boat Special Designs in Trunks Bags, Travelling Kits Imported Sweaters, Caps, Gloves and Muiiiers of Shetland or Angora Wool Useful Presents for Men in Furnishings and Small Leather Novelties Semffar Illzzftrated Cfztalague aosToN anANcH Nswpon-r BRANCH 149 T S ect 220 B tLLEv ut :Nut ai ,saggy ,Q P Q- kiln '-1,. V rf , .-ri.-Yr' ' , f S ,7f V 1 , ,.,r.,, fia t, 3 Zzfl gig A l : M J , ii ff! Af " vJV 'f i lag fv-' ' W irlf it i'ra l 151.941 2:fggiF:1-443:64WSW!"-1. l 41:25-,-fwlip ,,.wg'5gn.-w-',g:f:e'f:,: .,,, ,, , ",- :ani ' X E ,frjrlfii 2 ' E ' f L' 57.2 ffl, ' 1 I, if ,3L3"i' f S' ab i f h,,, -,353-M . ,.f, wav, ,1-, ,,f ,slr-'fa-5 rv., V-A-A, 5 : vel ,V " ' New Building, Convenient to Grand Cen- tral, Subway, and many of the leading hotels ln answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION PAGE6 THE VASSARION ADVERTIS ER xx ff-xx :' x x x x x x R x x mx xxx x xxxxxxxx xxx X xx x x x x x xx x xx 'R x x xxx xxx xg .xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxwxxxxxxxxxxxxxwxwxwxxxxxxxmwE S S x x x x x x x x x x x sis xxxxsrirxxx x xxxx x xx x x N X xx x x xx Ex xx X X xx x x xx xx xx x x xx x x xx xQx xx xx xx xx ! A x xx xx xx xx x x N , xxx , XS xx xx A . xx xx xx xx xx xx x .f xx x f xx x xx x X xx x x f xx x f f f X' 0 0 xx S k ,y , xx I H' i x -" xx I -" xx Xi .. XS x f xx xx xx ' xx xx xx xx xx ENGRAVINGS FOR THIS BOOK xx xx NN BY xx xx xx xx xx xx 0 0' xx X 4 I t ' 't 4 ' QL e ev mr: r Q ngvsxbxng U. xx . xx x B x ,UFFALO xx x xx xx x x xx xx x xx xxQxx xx xx x xx X x xx x xx x x xW x X X X x xxxx xxxxxxxxm x k MNxNxNx x W' x'NNxxxx'S 3 In answering advertisements please mention the VAss,u:roN A , THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE 7 ---COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS+- RECORDS, KODAK FILMS, CAMERAS, CAME.RA SUPPLIES, DEVELOPING AND PRINTING, BICYCLES, SKATES, TENNIS, SPORTING GOODS. EDWARD RYAN, 'EEWJE 233 Main St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Miss Ann's Tea Shop Afternoon Tea and Breakfast a la Carte Table d'l'lote Luncheon and Supper, 50 Cents Rooms for Vassar Guests I3 College View Avenue JAVINIA WALKER CI-I I ROPODIST CFormerly Trained Nursej Manicuring Facial Massage 'Hairdressing n i Sealp Treatment 0 Remember Maine When Planning Vacation Days Through' solid trains from New York City and from Boston, with parlor, sleeping and dining cars The lVlaine Central Railroad will send illustrated descriptive books free on application to ,Iavinia Walker Parlors I 324 Main gm-,et Passenger Traffic Dept. Portland, Maine Tel., 303 Poughkeepsie Your F rlends at l-lome o r a n y wh e r e may safely in- trust their Vas- sar llower orders to us and know that they will be filled right. Member of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery "TI-IE SALTFORD FLOWER SI-IOP" POUGHKEEPSIE NEW YORK I wering d t t pl mention the VASSA PAGES THE VASSARION ADVERTISER M all Orclers Solieiteol Phone 1 21.4 Moore Vos. Modern F ootweafr Exclusive Styles for Discriminating People Q31 Blain Street Poughkeepsie, New York SAILOR SUITS A SPECIALTY EE NO AGENCIES MADE TO ORDER ONLY -EE Peter Thomson Tailor to IVIen, Women and Children Walnut Street at 12th, Philadelphia New York House, 634 Fifth Avenue, Opposite St. Patriclfs Cathedral The Farmers and Manufacturers National Bank or POUQHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Incorporated 1834 CAPITAL, S200 ,000 SURPLUS, 200,000 EDWARD S. ATWATER, President DR. VIOI-IN C. OTIS, Vice-President ,IOI-IN E, ADRIANCE, Vice-President GEO. I-I. SI-IERIVIAN, Cashier OTIS W. SHERMAN, Ass't Cashier Special Accommodations for Ladies Before Going Away for Your Vacation Call and Inspect Our Storage Vaults. It Costs But Little to I-Iave Your Valuahles Secure From Fire or Burglary. : : : : : 1 I rinf' advert' .ments please mention the VASSARO Qi, .X ,. f ,. 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' K 5 ' ,f as We 2 fa f , ,wmifi f f ,fy qi' ,xv f M fam. 1 - ' . . r mf, ,ft ff ,PSHE , gig il ,. " ' .-A ,, ' i' "1 ,gf-. , V ,I , .s-5, ji 'Sift-P i tt" T2 - 2' , - . -'Inf-,f 5 " " " Nf' -6 'Q ii' 5 " 1' r. fuig L C' l 'asf' ' ,, , fgwi Shut Your Eyes and Choose. . "Zaire ll' exclaims the eminent French chef, as he proudly exhibits his splendid Cherry jell-O dessert, "can anybody beat zat?" "XVell, perhaps not 'beat itf H the lovely young housewife says demurely, "but what do you say to this? What is there to say? Fact is, any Woman, Whether she can cook at all or not, can make of ' 25 l 77 15' A 'Sw -. .-. 5. . ie -I I H ,f- ,, ,Z in ,J ,. .- -'I , . .gn , - 1 57 Q3 E1 We I the same delicious and beautiful desserts that are made by the greatest 1 chefs and cooks, for she doesn't cook it, but only adds boiling water. And the cost is only 10 cents. , ,Y .V , . f Jell-O is really a very wonderful product and many women will tell you that they are fascinated by the charm of the ' 'easy jell-O way. l ' There are seven different pure fruit flavors of jell-O : Strawberry, ffffv JI' ,n f M, f . . i,,. :P in , v ' r I If 5,11 4 I 3. ,mm 'J' x'lx'i" .fu -lynx ,H - 1,11 ' 0 :l"" 1 I ,ri-I, f r , ' I s 1 Raspberry, Lemon, Orange, Cherry, Peach, Chocolate. Each, in a package by itself, 10 cents at any grocer's or general store. A beautiful new Jell-0 book tells oi a young bride's house- keeping experiences. It has splendid pictures in colors and will interest every woman. It will be sent to you tree it you will send us your name and address. THE GENESEE PURE FOOD CO., Le Roy, N. Y., and Bridgeburg, Ont. Thr? KERUS Mm Q H Z WJBE I Jralnfjfiwlffbwo time ,5JiE?o50fluR X ' FANUUS 95551 ' ELM J yd.-.U-. IMA, .Fx , . sr 1 f .fa-we-f iii XSTXA l f-wi ,RN so gs mijiifs- " "W A tightly sealed Waxed paper bag, proof against moisture and air, encloses the Iell-O in each package. This is the package In answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION PAGE IO THE VASSARION ADVERTISER The Wallace Company POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. EVERYBODYS STORE Beautiful Evening Gowns Afternoon Dresses Stylishly Tailored Suits Opera Capes Modish Coats Up-to-the-Minute Millinery All Merchandise of the Highest Quality at Fair Prices N. BISCARDI Expert Shoe Repairing Done hy l-land Best Leather Used Work Done While You Wait New Shoes Made to Order PROMPT DELIVERY-TRY US Main Street Arlington, N. Y. lVlcOlynn Cottage 'KOH Campus Dormitory" Commencement Accommodations Cor. Raymond and LaGrange Avenues We Are Open All the Year Round co1v1PL1MENTs OF, T H E F L AG S H O P RAYMGND AVENUE Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention Send Us Your Developing and Printing Cash Paid for College Furniture at Any Time TELEPHONE, 653 j. B. SISSON,S SONS 372 Main Street Prompt Work Reasonable Prices Bressmaking ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY 2 College View Avenue Poughkeepsie I weriug ad 't t 11 . mention the VASSARION THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE I 5 S Good pure bread and plenty of it, is part of the platform ol every party including the "'SufFs'l and '4Antis." The best bread is made with FLE1sCHMANN's YEAST PAGE I2 THE VASSARION ADVERTISER J. W. WOOD DRUG COMPANY EE DRUQNQJISTS CHEMISTS EE The Oldest cmd ,Most Modern Drug Store in Poughkeepsie EE A 288 MAIN STREET POUGHKEEPSIE N. Y. The Conlin Cottage CNext Door to Lorey Studioj l-las every convenience for accommodatingVassarfluests EI Terms Reasonable lVliSS Elizabeth Conlin Dr. E. Patterson D E N TIS T 66 MARKET STREET POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. I-IOURS2 9 A. M. TO 4 P. M. TYPEWRITER merit is tested by Winning the International Trophy offered annually for speed and accu- racy. The UNDERWOOD Won this prize in 1915 and has held it successfully for TEN YEARS "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy" ACICS 352 MAIN STREET POST CARDS STATIONERY :: UTOPIAN CHOCOLATES PARKER FOUNTAIN PENS z: FIREWORKS J. T. GARRITY CCCQQ 9 h d can s, a mess depl. 10 . , .. .f.: 3 A Here is fragrance, aroma, taste and '31, nutriment-all delightful and satisfying. Cocoa is beverage for groyln-ups and Ze - good coco s of benefit to c xl ren. 76' Block C h nically prepared , N f lu h coa beans. It is a K I I d k either as a health I builder, or a health maintainer Liberal sn le ostpazd at 5 I l d l l X . l 46 Hudson St., New York - v I g dvertiseruents ple mention the V ARION THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGEI3 Rfg75fW6d lf Established Tfildff Mafk 'Ji' te' half a century i- .az..l2 James Mccutcheon ot ompany T he Greatest Treasure House of Linens in America - Importers and retailers of line Towels, Bed Coverings, French and Domestic Lingerie and Corsets, Ladies' Outer Garments, Washable Dress Goods, Ladies' Hosiery, Neckwear, Veilings, etc. Table Linens, Bed Linens, Oar department for Pate Linen Handkerchiefs ojjfers the largest and choicest selection in the country. Trousseaux and Oufjits of all Irtncls a specialty. Fifth Avenue, 34th Fx 33d Sts., N. Y. LANSING tit BROAS Enterprise Job Printery 283 Main St. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1Brinting for QU Qencasiuns Programs, Announcements, Reports, Etc. J. E. ANDREWS HARDWARE Wholesale and Retail Builders' Hardware, Mechanics' Tools, Nails, Iron and Steel, Blacksmith Supplies, Agricultural Impli- ments. Shot Guns, Rides and Pistols, lVire Fencing of All Kinds, Galvanized Roofing, Sprayers and Spraying Liquids and Powders, Fishing Tackle, Cut- lery, Etc., Pocket Knives, Scissors, Nail Files, Wire icrap Baskets, House Supplies, General Hardware, 4 tc. J. E- Andrews Pflglligitiiitfffty. - PHONE, 717-J' The Qlnlunial Svrbunl fur Girls Offers unexcelled advantages for study in the NATIONAL CAPITAL for those Whose plan to study in EUROPEAN CAPITALS is delayed by the present War conditions. Modern Languages, Music, Art, Art History, Travel Class, Expression, Domes- tic Science. High School, College Preparatory and Collegiate courses of study., Three years' advanced work of college grade for High School and Seminary graduates in English, History, Languages and Sciences. Out-of-doors Study Hall. Basketball, Golf, Tennis, Horseback Riding, Swimming. Certi- ficate admits to College. Catalogue. Miss CHARLOTTE CRITTENDEN EVERETT, Principal 1539 Eighteenth Street, Washington, D. C. PLO ERS We oder the freshest, and most beautiful specimens, of every variety obtainable. That is Why our Hovvers have won the reputation of being the dependable and lasting kind. Class day bouquets and decorations for Commencement exercises at the GINDRA. GREENHOUSES 635 Main Street Poughkeepsie, N. Y. In answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION PAGE I4 THE VASSARION ADVERTISER 3 A x 4 4 , , 9 'A he X. READY TO WRITE I A I A R ,Wi . " f' Q A ' - vw I V? 'CIA E my 5 s A ! 4 , -1lf,i7!!lH!!MH' , The pen I Elin hifi ., Q, ,,,,,,...... tliat is clean A to use, clean to ' carry and always ' Carry it everywhere, at the ready to write' 'l " lectures, in the library, .AM Z th t ' - r't ":'iif?'35l1'lf 7 E orith etram 'W 1 es g lqgis' 6 K I i leaks' - ' if Made in special ff E ii sizes and styles for f ,V , students-ask your X AI '- dealer to show you a I' M li My 1 d Moore's Non-Lealcable to- ' IHS: .f. V f ,,,v -if HY. ,,. We 1' 5' In American Fountain Pen Co. .. Adams, Cushing 8: Foster, lnc. ' 'Wir' 168 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass. I-2 THE TE .EYCK ALBANY, N. Y. FIREPROOF ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS daily during dinner and after the play. AFTERNOON TEA on Mezzanine from 4 to 6 o'clock. ALSO TI-IE ONONDAGA A New FIREPROOF Hotel SYRACUSE, N. Y. Both Hotels conducted on EUROPEAN PLAN under direction of FRED'K W. ROCKWELL Cox Sons 85 ining 72 Madison Avenue, New York ir., Makers of Caps and Gowns Vassar, 1916 Correct Hoods for All Degrees Robes for Judiciary, Clergy and Choir In answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION THE VASSARION ADVERTISER TI-IE STATIONERS Pierce-Ambler Company STATIONERS BOOKSELLE. RS EN GRAVERS 366 Main St., just East of Academy St. WE SELL AND RENT ALL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS PAGE Bonbons-Chocolates THERE is no stronger evidence of the supremacy of MHillHTd7S candy than the fact that it is invariably the choice ot' those who insist upon the best. FIFTH AVENUE AT 35th ST. NEW YORK A 1900 1916 EDMUND L. oLvEN PHOTOGRAPHER TO VASSAR COLLEGE, POUGHKEEPSIE Any photographs you have missing of Hall Plays, Field Day, Track, or any sports we can make up for you. A few of the Pageant qf Athena would make your book most attractive Special College rates on all work In answe ing advertiser: ents please mention the VASSARION PAGE16 THE VASSARION ADVERTISER The Peacock Shop I9 Academy St. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. An attractive line of women's accessories Blouses a Specialty Representing the Elverhoj Colony Tea and Luncheon Served Sandwiches and Box Lunches to Order O. B. Hill Livery and Vassar Riding School Saddle Horses, single and double rigs by the hour or day, delivered to the College on demand. Barges and large sleighs for parties. Special attention and prices given to'Vassar students. Corner of Main and Raymond Avenue Phone, 718-W . POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. F. J. E BITT DEALER IN FOOD SPECIALTIES GAME, POULTRY MEATS, ETC. 261 Main St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. G. DI OENNARO TAILOR Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order Altering, Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing 641 Main St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Raymond and Haight Aves., Arlington, N. Y. Ziautel jllilartha washington 29 East Twenty-ninth Street just off Fifth Avenue New York "The World Famous Woman's I-Ioteln There are 500 spotless rooms. Rates, 351.50 per day and up. For parties of 5 or more a large room at 331.00 per day per person. A special feature is our excellent Table d'I-Iote luncheon at 40 cents, dinner at 50 cents. COMFORT, CONVENIENCE and PROTECTION Booklet and additional information sent upon request For Your Really Dainty'Teas come to LEWIS F. I-IICKS lVIain St., second door above Academy St. Selected Teas, Nuts, Preserves Large Variety in All Lines Three Ltberbf Sireel fi.. Phone, 627 In answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE17 Phone, 157 HAIR GOGDS Misses McDonnell HAIR DRESSING AND SHAIVIPOOING Treatment of the I-lair and Scalp a Specialty Facial Massage Representing Martha Matilda Harper's "Method," Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A. 3l6 Main St. POUGI-IKEEPSIE, N.Y. COMPLIIVIENTS OF Mrs. D'Luhosch fp ffeim' , .r ..:,, Q . my . AML 1, fisf.s-'war 1,-:-1-,f ,L 7.5" :ig ' : , ,,-1 fififrfis' 'JR' 5 ' wf'fg,'mVf-ii! ' Q1-v ' . . 4'4rsp me 1 " ,W A 43" 5' I ' "4 w ' fm, .5 ' af H . . . . . V f K , A ...sy p.. . as--..,.,.. .. -f , ,fs ws. A as I .v Maw.. f""ft wnjieit iw? gif - t lg ,... r.-.r '- '- , ,A y ' ff I-IILLSIDE Founded by Elizabeth B. Mead, l8iS3 NORWALK, CONN. A school for girls, in a picturesque town, one hour from New York. From Primary to Col- lege. Admits by certincate to the leading col- leges. Attractive General and Special Courses for girls who do not enter college. Music and Art Instruction. Extensive grounds for outdoor sports. Separate school building, new Gymnas- ium, Lodge for younger girls. Booklet on application. ' MARGARET R. BRENDLINGER, A. B., Vassar , Principal VIDA HUNT FRANCIS, B. L., Smith, Associate I-I. Rosenmann The Cloak and Suit I-louse 300 Main Street Poughkeepsie, N. Y. lVlrs. Sarah Booth Darling Purchasing Agent Accompanying Out-of-Town Patrons No charge References Chaperoning l I2 West l lth Street New York Without thought of re- muneration, Drjohnson made the iirst Educator -its quality created the present World-Wide de- mand for it 29 kinds-a cracker for every taste In answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION PAGE18 THE VASSARION ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1902 LOUIS GELLERT Up-250-Date LADIES' TAILOR HABIT MAKER AND FURRIER Suits Blade to Order, also Repairing and Pressing lVm'7c Alcatly Done 19 GARDEN ST. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Bell Phone, 14,2 Weill Pay You 951.00 For Your Old Fountain Pen in Exchange for a CROCKER INK-TITE BEVIERS PHARMACY 339 Main St. Morgan l-louse Block POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. DR. STEPHEN PALMER SURGEOINPDENTIST Office and Residence 272 Mill St. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Telephone Connection The Good Old Summer Time is here again, summoning each one of us to Lake, Mountain and Seashore. You need Supplies, but before you depart, let us equip you with some of the following: OLD TOWN CANOES TENNIS RACKETS BATI-IING SUPPLIES SWEATERS BICYCLES FOOT WEAR GOLF AND SPORTING GOODS VON DER LlNDEN'S 52 Market St. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. "Wlefe Qlllilj Reigns Supreme" OPTOMETRIST OPTICIAN 1- wwe ' We have one of the best equipped laboratories in the State. Should you break a lens, bring us one of the largest pieces or your formula and we will make you an exact duplicate in a few hours. C. H. PERKINS 286 Main sr. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. THE BICYCLE SHOP Arthur DeMelville, Prop. T2 College View Ave. Arlington, N. Y. SKATES SHARPENED REPAIRING AUTO FOR RENT Established for Vassar Trade I d tl ments pl mention! the VASSARIO THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE IQ Miss Cowles, School FOR GIRLS CI-IIGHLAND HALLQ HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA. Miss Emma Milton Cowles, A.B., Head of School Prepares for Bryn Mawr, Wellesley, Smith, Mt. Holyoke and Vassar. Certiiicate privileges. Also strong general course, Music, Art, Domes- tic Science. Healthful location, in heart of Al- leghany Mountains. Pure spring water. Stone building, modern inprovements-all rooms con- nected with bath. Gymnasium, swimming pool and new sleeping porch. For catalogue address THE SECRETARY -THE ART SHOP- POUGHKEEPSIE :-: NEW YORK SPECIALIZING IN PICTURE FRAMING, FRAMED AND UNFRAMED PICTURES, KODAKS, DEVELOPING AND PRINTING, SOCIAL STATIONERY, DIE-STAMP- ING AND ENGRAVING - - S. W. RAYMOND CARY'S "COLLEGE VIEW INN" IO College View Avenue ARLINGTON, NEW YORK Service, a la Carte and Table d'I-Iote Box Lunches and Waffles our Specialties. Transient Rooms that will please you at Reasonable Rates. - - - Special Supper, Daily, from 5 to 7 P. M. The Alberts' Shop QFor1nerly Estelle Butlerl Wants to get acquainted with the Col- lege and takes this method of doing so. There are many of the students that have never visited the shop. We are here for your accommodation. Kindly give us a call. 48 RAYMOND AVENUE Arlington, New York V SSAR PHARMACY WOOD AND DENATURED ALCOHOL IMPORTED AND D O M E S T I C PERFUMES Prescriptions cz Specialty .1oHND. SAUTER, Ph. c. In answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION PAGE2o O THE VASSARION ADVERTISER Compliments of Wm. T. Reynolds SL Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. F. I-I. VANDERWATER PHONE, 1622- J ARL1Nc.ToN, NY. 'L--ia Groceries, Vegetables, Rolls, Cold Meats, Pickles, Olives, Etc. If-14 ORDERS DELIVERED AT COLLEGE WaynHete School for Girls PORTLAND, MAINE Principals MISS CRISFIELD MISS LOWELL College Preparatory N, Y. Telephone 448-W Andrew G. lVlund CHIROPODIST 288 Main Street Poughkeepsie, N. Y. CUp-Stairsy Office Hours: 8tol2A.M.,lto6P.M. ' Sundays 8 to I2 A. M. Only UANDI TEA HOUSE 7 COLLEGE VIEW AVENUE Breakfast a la Carte Afternoon Tea Daily Table cl'l-lote Luncheon ancl Supper, 50 Cents Birthday Parties and Class Reunions Given Special Attention Rooms for Vassar Guests Sunday Dinner also at l P. M., 50 Cents ln answering d' 't' in nts pl mention the VASSARIO G THE VASSARION ADVERTIS ER PAGE 2I The Wvalnut Hill School for Girls NATTCK, IWASS. Careful preparation for all colleges for Women. Catalogue with pictures sent on request. H IVIiss Conant and Ikliss Bigelow, Principals Miss Marjorie Hiscox, Assistant Principal Koclalc Finishing For Particular People 24 Hour Service Enlargements of Quality for those who Wish the BEST Mail Orders Gi - Prompt Attention STEENSON 81 VAN VLACK Photographers of Oomrnerce 308 Main Street POUGI-IKEEPSIE, N. Y. v THE si3N1oR PARLOR 1LLUsTRATED ON PAGE- 124 or THis ISSUE WAS A DECORATED.AND FUR- NISHED BY THE A TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK CITY "THINGS" FAMOUS HGLENDALE7' I S2.Q0 Shoe for Women S. B. Thing Sz Co.,'Inc. Q57 Main Street Poughkeepsie, N. Y. TI-IE WAGNER INN The most comfortable place for your parents and friends Rooms, 51.00 to 53.00 Meals a la Carte All Day Try our Afternoon Tea, Ice Cream and Cake I I t' ments pl mention h V I PAGE18 THE VASSARION ADVERTISER ESTABLISHED 1 9o2 LOUIS GELLERT Up-to-Date LADIES' TAILOR HABIT MAKER AND FURRIER Suits Nlade to Order, also Repairing and Pressing IVor7c Aleazfiy Done 19 GARDEN ST. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. Bell Phone, T42 Weill Pay You SL00 For Your Old Fountain Pen in Exchange for a CROCKER INK-TITE BEVIERIS PHARMACY 339 Main St. Morgan House Block POUGI-IKEEPSIE, N. Y. DR. STEPHEN PALMER sURc.EoN-DENTIST Ofhce and Residence 272 Mill St. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Telephone Connection The can on I Summer Time is here again, summoning each one of us to Lake, Mountain and Seashore. You need Supplies, but before you depart, let us equip you with some of the following: OLD TOWN CANOES TENNIS RACKETS BATI-IING SUPPLIES SWEATERS BICYCLES FOOT WEAR GOLF AND SPORTING GOODS VON DER LlNDEN'S 52 Market St. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. "Wlcrc .Qgzlilj Reigns Supreme" OPTOMETRIST OPTICIAN :ff l 'mu ' We have one of the best equipped laboratories in the State. Should you break a lens, bring us one of the largest pieces or your formula and we will make you an exact duplicate in a few hours. C. H. PERKINS 286 Main sr. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. THE BICYCLE SHOP Arthur DeMelville, Prop. I2 College View Ave. Arlington, N. Y. SKATES SHARPENED REPATRING AUTO FOR RENT Established for Vassar Trade ing al t'- ments please mention the VASSARION THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE IQ Miss Cowles? School FOR GIRLS CHIGHLAND HALLJ HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA. Miss Emma Milton Cowles, A.B., Head of School Prepares for Bryn Mawr, Wellesley, Smith, IVIt. Holyoke and Vassar. Certificate privileges. Also strong general course, Music, Art, Domes- tic Science. Healthful location, in heart of Al- leghany Mountains. Pure spring water. Stone building, modern inprovements-all rooms con- nected with bath. Gymnasium, swimming pool and new sleeping porch. For catalogue address THE SECRETARY -THE ART SHOP- POUGHKEEPSIE :-: NEW YORK SPECIALIZING IN PICTURE FRAMING, FRAMED AND UNPRAMED PICTURES, KODAKS, DEVELOPING AND PRINTING, SOCIAL STATIONERY, DIE-STAM11 ING AND ENGRAVING - - S. W. RAYMOND CARY'S HCOLLEGE VIEW INN" IO College View Avenue ARLINGTON, NEW YORK Service, a la Carte and Table d'Hote Box Lunches and Waffles our Specialties. ' Transient Rooms that will please you at Reasonable Rates. - - - Special Supper, Daily, from 5 to 7 P. M. The Alberts' Shop fForrnerly Estelle Butlerj Wants to get acquainted with the Col- lege and takes this method of doing so. There are many of the students that have never visited the shop. We are here for your accommodation. Kindly give us a call. 48 RAYMOND AVENUE Arlington, New York SSAR PHARMACY WOOD AND DENATURED ALCOHOL IMPORTED AND D O M E ST I C PERPUMES Prescriptions cz Specialty JOHND. SAUTER, Ph. G. ln answering advertisements please mention the VASSARION PAGE2o I THE VASSARION ADVERTISER Compliments of Wm. T. Reynolds 85 Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. F. I-I. VANDERWATER PHONE, 1622- J ARL1Nc.ToN, N.Y. Groceries, Vegetables, Rolls, Cold Meats, Pickles, Olives, Etc. ,fain ORDERS DELIVERED AT COLLEGE WaynHete Scliool for Girls PORTLAND, MAINE Principals MISS CRISFIELD MISS LOWELL College Preparatory N. Y. Telephone 448-W Andrew G. Mund CI-IIROPODIST 288 Main Street Poughkeepsie, N. Y. qUp-Snail-sy Oflice Hours: 8150 l2A.M., I to6P. M. Sundays 8 to I2 A. IVI. Only UANDI TEA HOUSE 7 COLLEGE VIEW AVENUE Breakfast a Ia Carte Afternoon Tea Daily Table CIII-Iote Luncheon and Supper, 50 Cents Birthday Parties and Class Reunions Given Special Attention Rooms for Vassar Guests Sunday Dinner also at I P. M., 50 Cents 1 d 't' rn nts pl mention the VASSARIO THE VASSARION ADVERTISER PAGE ZI The VValnut Hill School for Girls NATTCK, BIASS. Careful preparation for all colleges for Women. Catalogue with pictures sent on request. Ivliss Conant and Bliss Bigelow, Principals Miss Ivlarjorie Hiscox, Assistant Principal Kodak Finishing For Particular People 24 Hour Service Enlargements of Quality for those who Wish the BEST Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention STEENSON Sc VAN VLACK P11otogra.pI1ers of Comrnerce 308 Main Street POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. I I t' ments pl mention th V U THE SENIOR PARLOR ILLUSTRATED ON PAGE I I24 OF THIS ISSUE WAS DECORATED AND FUR- NISHED BY THE TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK CITY "THINGS" FAMOUS HGLENDALEM X 52.00 Shoe for Women S. B. Thing Sz Co.,'Inc. Q57 Nlain Street Poughkeepsie, N. Y. THE WAGNER INN The most comfortable place for your parents and friends Rooms, 351.00 to 53.00 Meals a la Carte All Day Try our Afternoon Tea, Ice Cream and Cake PAGE22 THEYVASSARION ADVERTISER 1- . ' MERCI-IANTS' QHIA NATIONAL BANK AND Cgrerlrg ivquare Zfirnahumg :mb 34111 S71rPr1 Nitin Burk 6111111 An entire floor reserved for Women Hostess and ohaperon in eharge Shopping Guides supplied Without charge SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS 285 and 287 Main Street Poughkeepsie N. Y. We desire to call attention to the advan- tages this bank offers. All business placed in our charge will receive careful and prompt treatment. Especial attention given lady patrons. INTEREST ON DEPOSITS I. R. Adriance, Pres. C. N. Amolcl, Vice-Pres. W. C. Fonda, Cashier Your Kodak Work ILXFTER having given much care and attention to your exposures you should give equal care and attention to the selection of a finisher who has proper facilities for the completion of your work, has competent help and who will give your iilms the same careful attention that you would yourself. The fact that We have in the course of twelve years' time and against active corn- petition been able to build up the largest developing and printing business in the country, We believe, is the best endorsement of "Cole Quality" that We can obtain. The Senior Class Picture Sale of 1916 as Well as '11, ,I2, ,I42.1'1d ,I5 is our Work. COLE 8c CO. AUTHORIZED DEALERS EASTMAN KODAK CO. Asbury Park, N. J. In an wering advertise ents please e t I1 the VASSARIOLN THE VASSARION ADVERTISER, PAGE The Leading Hotels of the Hudson Valley E THE NELSON HOUSE Horatio N. Bain, Proprietor POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. THE PALATINE Horatio N. Bain 8: Co., Proprietors NEWBURGH, N. Y. Horatio N. Bain Francis N. Bain In answering ad t' ments pl mention the VASSAR PAGE 24 ' THE VASSARION ADVERTISER When You Want to Buy Furniture Let us endeavor to tell you how and Why we can give you the best value Forty-three years selling furniture to Vassar students " The Furniture Store H GEO. HUGHES 81 SON, Inc. A. W. moons y Corner Main and Liberty Streets C26 years on the same cornery For the smartly dressed woman, our original designs carry Foreign Style touches so cleverly produced as to suit the most critical tastes I-Iere Hexclusiveness does not necessarily mean high price" SUITS FROCKS GOWNS BLOUSES MILLI NERY GLOVES PRINTING AND ' C R AVI OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PROIVIPTLY EXECUTED WILLIAM V. IVIAAR 44 Market street PoUoHKEEPs1E Telephone Connection NEW YORK "THE BEST SCHOOL OF ITS KIND"- Timothy L. Woodruff, Lieut.-Governor. EASTMAN Men and women-fifty thousand of them-hold responsible and well-paid positions in the business world. I Ambition plus Eastman training will make YOU eligible. EASTMAN graduates are in demand. Eastman students. Moderate expenses. Stud QU6H'lErK' A vff execu H5 Perso booklzeeper Witli Eastman training you can qualify in few months for rapid advancement to an tive position. ns desirous of becoming successful accountants, s, correspondents, secretaries, advertisement writers, stenographers, or teachers ol commercial branches ' will find at Eastman a most attractive opportunity lor study ' and practice. Under the Eastman system of instruction students operate practice banks, retail and whole- sale business, real estate, insurance, brokerage, and railway oilices. Higher Accounting, Batik- ing, Civil Service, Stenography, StenOfyDy, Typewriting, Business English, Advertising, Salesmanship, and Penmanship courses with ex perienced, eflicient, and faithful teachers. Healthful and attractive location in the Hudson valley. All Y. M. C. A. privileges open to ents enter any weeleday. Wl'itE for handsome, 96-page prospectus. CLE Address, MENT C. GAINES, M. A., LL. D, POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. ln answering advertisements please mention the VASSARIOXI THE VASSARION ADVERTISER - PAGE Class Day Invitations and Programs, Wedding ,Invitations Dance Programs, Menus, Stationery, College Calendars, Class Pins, Medals, Cups, Class Rings. ' 0tticial Stationers tor classes ot 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 Makers ot Senior and Junior Prom programs and invitations, Senior Class Day programs and invitations THE GEORGE FRY CO. MANUFACTURING STATIONERS AND JEWELERS 119 South 13th Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1546 Broadway :-: 557 Fifth Avenue CExecutive Officesj YORK CITY West Point, N. Y. Northampton, Mass. Lafayette, Ind. Poughkeepsie, N. Y COLLEGE STUDIOS AT South Hadley, Mass. Princeton, N. J. Hanover, N. H. Ithaca, N. Y. THE YEARS SPENT IN SPECIALIZING IN COLLEGE PHOTOG4 RAPI-IY, PARTICULARLY AS APPLIED TO COLLEGE ANNUALS, HAS PERFECTED A SERVICE THAT FOR UNIFORMITY OF QUAL- ITY AND GENERAL EFFICIENCY CANNOT BE EXCELLED ering zxdvertisements pl '. mention the VASSARO


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