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1 I , i the oh the 1943 Kaiia5ott Lditors-in-Chief ROBERT SMITH HANA CLARK Bi sint ' ss yianager JOHN OWENS A livertisiiK Manager RICHARD EOUGEE Photography hditor ROBERT . ' HOMBSON Pers 0 n a Pit ies h di t o r JAMES ' EOMPKINS Sports hditor CHARLES ANDERSON Social hditor PAl ' I, CONODON leaturc hditor E. SCO ' E ' E MA NES Snapshot hditor ERANK HEMENWAV Art hditor NEIL SPENCER Circulation Manager VERNON COX (Alps hditor LEONARD CONNER Sptina leLdf Alaiiacku5ett5 k r n k r ft ' 1 u L 1 1 u Published by the Class of 19 4 A tnctecn -l-luLndtQd -rk tee In ' ieLd jUeae who though few in number, typify in spirit and in body the best which America has produced, who are now providing the armed forces of their nation with efifective leadership, and who will in the Peace to Come, translate the Christian ideals of Springfield College into terms (jf enlightened leadership f(M ' the youth of the Whtrld — -lee dedicate the 1943 Massasoit — confident that they will be truthful representatives of the ideals for which their Alma Mater courageously stands. V ' ' - N ' - V ' ' V ' V 0 eV e o ' - Arniy Housed on Com pus U c Gave our Blood th s in ervice 1943 T oii heninu: I p A I HD nil in aval (joniniando C onditionin .if Air (An ' ps S) n ttuctot . AIA A ' I ' ORK I). HKRNARDI, H.S Mutiu-muius I ' DWIN COS ' l ' REU,, M.A Hisiory HAZEL (n ' Nci c;rin eli., AI. S. ..... . (jlwmistry (;i;OR(HNA i;. CARR. A.I Uhninan ERANCES E. SANE( )RI). H.S . ■ . ' . ' .V is taut Lil rarinn Jlectuteti R( )H1 ' .R 1 1 . Hl.RR ' l , ALP.d. ..... Jssistunt l oothall (jnach ROBERT V. I50IJMSH, LL.H Pohnad Science MORRIS R. HI RROKMTS, H.otAI usic J lriser in Mnsic WALTER E. EKHLAW. Ph.l) (Anj rnphy MA " I . LR IN, Sch.AIus.lL ...... Conminnity Music lvl ' ,( ) 11. (dANS, Ph.D. .......... hdncution JAMES (iORI)ON (HLKEA , l.itt.I) Relu ion LILARIJ ' .S I). KEAN, S.’I ' .H hnericnn llistory CIIARU ' T P,. M ' P., M.A.iiiP.d. . . .1 dnnnistrution of Socud Ai encies III’.RHP.I I WAI.KP.R, D.P.d. . I’liysicnl ifrou ' th and Development and Physical and 1 1 call li I nspection R01H;R ' I ' J. WRKHLP. H.S Criminoloi y ■flJminiittation Afem etA m (A) I IIOMPSON, Ph.l). hp;rnari) w. townslm) JOHN A. POM) DORIS T. WOOD, H. A. ADI LINP; (]. SAROEANT, H.S. prp,dp;rick s. hopkins, m.d. RAY K.Wl NANS .... I ' .xeciitive Secretary , Student (Council Treasurer Piisiness Manai er h.xei u tii ' c Secretary of Placement (lam pus Hostess Director, Student Health Seri ' ice Dim tor of Public Relations 10 WAI I EK A. COX, Al.A. .Ictinf Diredor of llcallh and Physical hdiiralion Dirisioi’ LAWRKXCi: K. HALI., A.B., M.A., Ph.l). Director of the Social Science Division RA ' i AI( ). I) (C DRI-AVRA , H.S., M.A., I’h.I). Director of the hducation Division 7acuLt(j amlfaX5 0‘n Jlaaite 0 ' - -Oltianca l ax ett ice A. Lester Crapser Harold S. DeGroat (ieorge O. Draper Peter " . Karpuvitch Leonard A. Larson Bliss P. Sargeant, Jr, Harold G. Seashore Warren C. Wade Lrank A. AVarren L nited Service ( )rganizations Army Air Corps United Service Organizations Army Air Corps Army Air Corps Army Air Corps National Defense Research Council L . S. Army L nited Service ( )rganizations 1 I II ARM NIAN, Ph.n. Psyi linUxiy joiix n. brock:, F h.i). Phyiual Edut nhon FRED O. BRAI ' I ' ON, Ph D. ROBERT llislory and Ri ' lii iou i.mjhsh COXKEI.V. Ph.D IIAREUA ' W. CROSS, Ph.D. ]■.( unnmu i and History l.ESEIE J. jl DD, XEA P iysii III Edut ation C ' .EX ' A c;. IIKKOX, XEA. Erti lis i PACE XE I.IXIBI ' .R ' E, Ph I). Eilui iilion Dirriliir of .Idmissioiis W ' EXDEEE D. XE ' WSEIEU), Ehysual Eduiiiliou XEA. 14 BRI ITON C. McCABE, Sc.M. .hialomy and liiolnyy CHARLES B. RCTENBER, Ph.lL Chrmistry and Physics ERASTCS W, PENXOCK, M.P.E. PhysiuUiijy CHARLES E. S1L ’IA, M.P.E. Physical P ducat ion W ' H.LIA.M r. SIMPSON, M.A. CHARLES F. M’ECKWER EH, M.A. Eni hsh Recreation and Campiiui HC(;0 EHOMPSON, Ph.l). Philoso phy ERNEST WIESLE, Ph.IL Psychology and Education 15 Vv ■ nineteen linndrecl ★ ★ ★ A BAR, JI ' AN W. Wf ' tminstc-r, M;i " . Mdjiii ' : Cirou) ' Work. Minor: I’sy- oholoo . llaiulliall C hill, Intramural Ba kft- hall, liiteri’la ' . ' Football and Soccer, C ' ollfoe Band, ADA.MS, C ' HAKLF.S 1R I C. ‘■Hutrh " SprinsHtld, Major: Health and I’lusical F’du- catlon. Minor: Scietice . Clubs: Marooti Ke and ' arsitv. Cross Coutitry 2, 3; Wrestling; 2, 3, Capt. 4; l.aCrosse 2; Frosli Foot- ball. New Fngland Intercollegiate ' restling Champioti 1940. Al l I N, wAi 1 i:r “irah " I roy. New ork Major: Ciroup birk. Minor: Rsy- cholog , arsit Soccer, Handball Club, Frosh Football, A.NIOI F, ROBFR F I ' .rCKNF M.rlty” (ireenport, F. I. New ’ork Major: Health and Rhvsical I ' blu- catioti. Minor: I ' .nglish and His- torv. Football 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2; brack 2, 3; Student Staff 3, 4: ' arsitv Club, .Maroon Ke , Sophomore Bainpiet Cotnmit- lee, Chairtnan Calendar Comniil- tee. BAl.LV, WALFFR l.KWIS, |R " 1 1 0 rnrr " ' Bridgeiiort, Conn. Major: (ietieral Sciences. Minor: Rhvsical Fducation and .Mathema- tics. Football 1 ; Swimming 1 ; Fennis I ; liasketball 2, 3, 4; Aquatic Club; Outing Club — Rresidetit 4; Social Activities Ifoard — Secretarv 4; Chairmati Junior From Com- mittee; I nterclub Council C ' ha i rma n. BACCHIFR, F:R 1N S. |R. " Dull h " ’ork, Fa. Major: Ciroup Work. Minor: C ' ouiisebng and Ciuidance. Cosmopolitan Club; 1 ntertiational Relations Club; Social Activities Board; Student C ' hristian Associa- tioti ; 1942 .Massasoit Staff — Fer- sotialities Fditor. 18 forty-three ★ ★ ★ ★ BEDIM, AMERICO A. “ Kakrr " Ridgefield, Conn. Major: Health and Physical Ed- ucation. Minor: Cletieral Science, H istory. Eoothall 1; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2: Calendar Coininit- tee : Maroon Key Society: Inter- class Athletics. BENT, C. COLBY " Moon " Lynn, Mass. Major: Health and Physical Ed- ucation. Minor: (leneral Science, (graduation Committee; (ilee Club; Outing Club; ’arsity Club; •Aquatic Club; Student Christian •Association; Swimming 1, 2, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3 — Co-Captain 4; Football 3, 4. BEST, EHO.MAS C.AMERON " Kollo " Springfield, .Mass. Major: Croup Work. Minor: Rec- reation. Football 1 ; Wrestling 1 ; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3; Cosmopolitan Club; Stu- dent Christian -Association; Dra- matic C ' lub; Student Staff; Junior Prom C’ommittee. BLOOD, ROGER H. " Kot e " North .Adams, Mass. Major: (iroup Work. Minor: Ed- ucation. Transfer from C ' astleton Normal School. Dormitory C ' ounselor; Stu- dent C ' hristian .Association C ' ab- inet. BOOI ' H, WILLIA.M H. " Huylr " East Orange, N. J. Major: Health and Physical Ed- ucation. Minor: Biology. Sigma Delta Psi ; V’arsity C ' lub; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross-Countrv 1, 2, 3; Captain 4. BORl ' LE, DOX.ALD T. " Don " Pittsford, New York Major: Ciroup W’ork. Minor: Pre- Medical. •Alpha Phi Omega — Secretary 4; M’restling 1. 2, 3. 19 nineteen hundred ★ ★ H() F,A, IH)rcJL. S PATL " Ski ’pi r” Platt lnirf:, NVw Ork Millin ' . Ilt ' alth aiul Ph lcal Eil- lu ' alloii. Munn " . I ' n li h l.ltcra- tuif . S ' vimininj; I; Ba ' .ehall; ’arsit (. ! mna lics : FiMU ' ins; Pi t-xidciit Frohinan Class 1 37-38; ' arsitv C:lub: A(|uatic Club : [ ' ' end ii C lull ; b ' eiR ' iTiu:, SwimniiiiR, and dancing Instructor; Handball Club. BROWN, ROSCOE CONKFINC;. JR. " UniiK ' riii ' " W ' ashltifjtot), l).C. Mti]in " . Health and Physical Ed- ucation. Minin ' . Cheniistr . Who ' s ho in American Colleges aiul [ niversities; ' Freasurer Stu- dent Body; ’arsit Club; Maroon Ke ; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Assistant .Mtjr. Basketball I, 2, 3; Lacrosse 1. 2, 3, 4. B CKLF ■, FARFE R. " Hill k” Saint johti, .New Brunswick. Canada .Miijoi " . Health and I’hvsical Fid- ucation. .Minin ' . English. ’ho ' s Who in American Colleges and [niversities; Vice President Junior Class; President Senior C ' lass; Cross Country 1, 2; ' res- tling F 3, 4; l.acrosse 1 ; Student Council; Varsity Club; Cosmopol- itan Club; Maroon Ke . Bl RtH.SS, R()BI ' :R1 B. " liiJ, " I ' .dgewater, .New Jerses Millin ' . Health and l h sical I ' .il- ucation. .Minin: Ilistorv. Maroon Key; (tuting Club; Stu- dent Council; Vice President Ath- letic Board; President ' arsit ( lub; Who’s Who in . meric;in ( olleges and I iiiversities; ' I ' en- nis 2. 3; I3a ' ketb;ill 1, 2, 3 — Cap- tain 4. BCSII, ROBFRI ' " Huh " Springfield, Mass. Miijin : Pre-.Medical. M i n n r Chemistry C HRIS [ ' MAN, SFANFFV AI.BFR F " T hi ' i ' i ' -Pinnt " Witidham, New York Miijiir: [Physical Education. .Minin : Chemistry. Baseball 1; Basketball 2, 3; Soc- cer 2, 3, 4; Stuilent Council; ' ar- sit Club; Chemistry Assistant 3. 4. 20 fcrty-ttiree CHURCH, JAMES ()., JR. “Jim” Bridfjeport, Conn. COOPER, FRANK A. “ Bus tcr” Ea t W’alpole, Mass. Major: Group W ' ork. Minor: Psy- Major: Physical Education. Minor: chology. ' arsity Club; .Maroon Key: .Aquatic Club; Dramatic Club; Campus Chest: Swimming 1, 2, 2. 4: Crew 2; Student Staff; Na- tional A(|uatic Forum — Fort Lau- derdale, Florida 1941. H i story. Student Christian Association; .Maroon Key; International Rela- tions Club; Soccer 1, 2. 3, 4; La- crosse 2, 3 ; Student Staff 2 vrs. nineteen hnncireci HlKNAKl) i;. ■HG. " (. ha , Xfw oi k Minor: llt-allh and Phvvical l- ' .du- caiion. Minor: Ili tor . Maroon Ke ; Ha fball 1, 2. 3. ROBI ' KI W. -liol, " North Adams, Mass, Major: Pre-Medical. Minor: lii- olog , Student C onned 2 — ' ice President 3, President 4; Jtuiiciarr Commit- tee 3 yrs.; Who’s Who in Amer- ican Cidleges and rni ersities ; Maroon Ke ; Aijuatic CInli; Pres- ident Freshman, Sophomore, and Innior Classes. ★ ★ ★ FARINA, JOSEPH " , or " Plymouth, Mass. Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation. Minor: Histor . Maroon Ke ' ; ' arsit Club; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4 ; Indoor Track 2. 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3--C’o-Captain 4. FA CHERT, E.MITE F. " Dukr " Pawtucket, R. 1. Major: (irou]) Work. Minor: Psy- chidoKv Co-l’iditor 1 h42 Massasoit; Stu- dent Christian Association; Dra- matic Club; Aquatic C ' lub; Cross- Countrv I. TENN, NORMAN D. " Golonrl " Berea, Rentneks Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation. Minor: English. Swimming I, 2 — Frosh Mgr. 3, ’arsity Mgr. 4; Football 3, 4; Wrestling 4; Maroon Key; Outing Club; Aijualic Club — Commodore 4; Student Instructor in Aquatics. FOSI ' ER, RICHARD W. " Dill " Oswego, New York Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation. Minor: English and Cien- eral Science. ■Maroon Key; Stuilent Staff — Cir- culation Mgr.; . ]uatic Club; Science Club; Cilee Club; ’arsity ( ' hib; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Crew 2; Tennis I; Track 3; Swimming 4. 22 f crty-three ★ ★ ★ ★ FRANKLIN, GEORGE H. “ Ilcrbic” Moodus, Conn. Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation. Minor: (leneral Science. .Alpha Phi Omega; Maroon Kev ; Outing Club: Soccer 1, 2, 3; Civm ’Fearn 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Lacrosse 1, 2; Student Staff. HALL, CALVERT •‘Cal " Brooklyn, New A’ork Major: Group Work. Minor: Counseling and (juidance. Cilee Club; International Relations Club; Student Christian Associa- tion — Vice President 3 ; Student Staff — Business Mgr. 3; Co-Editor 1942 Massasoit; Swimming 1. HARPER, DALE A. " Harp” Oakfield, Maine Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation, Minor: History. Transfer from .Aroostook State Normal ; Student Christian .Asso- ciation; International Relations Club; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 3; Wrestling 4. HARFMAN, LAWRENCE L, “ l.iiki ' ” ■Albany, New A’ork Major: Health and Physical Fidu- cation. Minor: Chemistry and Historv. Student Staff; .Maroon Key: Tea and Fopics; arsity Club; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3 — Trainer 4; AA’restling 2. 3, 4; Cjym I; Frack I, 2; Soc- cer 3. II.AVEL. RK HARD ( ' HARLES • ' Dll k " Long Island City, New A ' ork Major: flealth and Physical Edu- cation. Minor: Historv. Student Council; Social .Activities Board: Sports Editor Student; La- crosse 1, 2, 3 — Co-Captain 4; Soc- cer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; A’arsity Club; Dramatic Club; .Ma- roon Kev; Who ' s Who in .Amer- ican Colleges and I niversities. Ill RZELER, RCDOLPH E. " RuJy " Ridgefield, Conn. Major: Recreation. Minor: Group Work. Swimming 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3. nineteen liundred ★ ★ ★ jrnn, xorm.w h. ' ' A ' d r m ' ' Sprlnt;tiflii, Masv. Mtiinr: Social Science ' . Mnnii: I iteraiurc. t iice C ' luli; Pramatic C ' lnli; t ' o ' - tnopolitan C’lnli; renni ' 1, 3; W rc ' llinfi 4. KF.KCi.AN, 1.. BIRK ••Hun " HrookK n, New ork Miifur: (iniup Work. Mutin ' . Ps cholofi . junior Prom C ' ommittee; Studeni Christian Association; M r. Soc- cer I ' eam: Iwiitorial Staff of the Stinlent I, Z. 3 — Business Mgr. 4. KI-A I S. KDWAKn joSKPII |R. ••EH " (fklahoma Cit , (fklahoma Major ' . Counseling and Cluidance. .Mitiin : Cironp Work. Who ' s Who in .American Colleges and Cnirersities ; Band; Cilee Club; President Dramatic Club; .Maroon Ke ; Student C ouncil — I ' reasurer 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Photograph Editor 1942 iMassasoit; Soccer; Swimming; La- crosse; Exhibition I ' eam .Mgr. El ll.MANN, ilARR ' f A. " ( !ua " West Springfield. Mass. Maim " . Health ;ind Physical Edu- cation. .Minor: (ieneral Science. Studeni Staff; Sports hiditor 3; Varsil C’lub; Dramatic Club; Handball Club; Eootball I, 2, 3. 1 ' Basketball I ; Baseball I. 2, 3. EINDEN.ME I ' .R, ROBI R I •• laiuly " .Michigan Cil , Ind. Major : Health and PInsIcal Edu cation. Soccer 1 ; Ifasketball 1 . 2, 3; Base ball 1 ; Crew; Varsilv Era ck Man ager ; Cjlee C’lub and Band. 1 1 neberc;i:r, jim erankein ••Huj .Inn " I.ong Beach, C alifornia .Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation Minor: Biological Sciences. Who ' s Who in .American Colleges and Eniversities ; Sports Editor 1942 Massasoit; Sports Staff Stu- deni; Maroon K.ey ; arsitv Club; .A(|ualic Club; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4; I ' rack 1, 2, 3 24 f crty- three ★ ★ ★ ★ McC ' rRi:)Y, ROBERT C,. " Boh " Riverton, New Jer ev Major: (iroiip Work. Minor: Counseling and Cjuidance. International Relations Club; Mgr. Frosh Football 2; Assistant Mgr. arsity Football 3; Frosh La- crosse. McFWFN, IvENNETH l.lNDSA’t " Gitji " Buffalo, New York Major : Pre-Medical. ,1 i n o r : Science. Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Cni versities ; Social Editor 1942 .Massasoit; Cilee Club — F ' res idem and Director; Social Acti ities Board 3 — ice President 4; Dramatic Club; Editorial Staff Student; FAhibition Team 3, 4; Crew 1, 2; Soccer 3, 4. .MACKEY, ERKKI W. " Sliih " Newport, N. H. Major: Health and Physical FNIu- cation. Minor: English, History. Football 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3; In- door ' Track 1, 2, 3; Intramural-; President of Maroon Kev Society; Dramatic Clttb: Athletic Board. MEYER, DONALD .MILES " Don " Cohasset, Mass Major: Health and Physical Fidu cation. Minor: General Science. Art Fiditor 1942 .Massasoit; Jun ior Prom Committee; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 1; Gvm nasties 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Football 3, 4; Wrestling 2. 3. 4. .MILLER, JAMES AJ.LISON Washington, D. C. Major: Biology. Minor: Health and Physical Education. ' Transfer from Genesee Weslevan Junior College; Maroon Key; Stu- dent Christian Association; Inter- national Relations Club; F ' ootball 3 ; Baseball 3 ; Track 4. MONCSKO, WALLER (.. " Halt " Schenectady, New ork Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation. Minor: Chemistry and General Science. Business .Manager 1942 .Massa- soit; Student Council — Secretar 4; Outing Club; X ' arsitv Club; Cjvm Team 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3. 25 nineteen hnndrecl ★ ★ ★ Il KK. , CAKI .WP H. " l):xir " (.irt ' ciivlnirn, North ( ' aroliiKi Mujor: Health and Phxsical lain cation. Mninr: (icncral Science arul MalhematicN. rraiiNter vtudent from (luilforil College; Ai|uatic C ' lnh; I ' oothall 4: Sxxirnmini: 3, 4: Iformitorx (Ontiselor. OI.SOX, HAKI ' ON “Olli, " MavHeld, X. Miijoi: Health and Phxsical Pdn- cation. Minor: Historx. [■dothall 1; Soccer 2, 3: Basketliall 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball I, 2, 3 — C ' o- C ' aptain freshman baseball team; Calendar Committee, Sports Staff of " Student " . POLLOC K, KA lOXI) L. ••Ray " X ' exv York, Xexv ' ork Major: Cironp Work. Minor: So- cial Studies. Cilce C ' lub; Tentiis Lutor; Assist- ant M r. Soccer. KIC IIAROSOX. OOX L. " ( a I’lain” l.ansdoxvtis, I a. Major: Health and Phxsical Ivdu- cation. Minor: Mathematics. Vice I ' resident Outing C ' bdi; Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4; ( jx an I ' eam I; I ' en- nis 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3. KCNQIISL, KKXXKLH C. " Ac ; " Springfield, Mass. Major: Hetilth and I’hxsical Liiu- cation. Minor: Historx. (traduation C ' ommitlee; Aquatic C ' lub; I titernational Relations Club; Sxvimming I, 2, 4; Soccer I. SCFLMin, IRVIX RICHARD " II hn ' Welhershebl, Conn. Major: Health and Phxsical Edn cation. Minor: Cieiieral Science. Student Christian Association; Tea and I ' opics; arsitx Club; Soc- cer I, 2, 3 — Captain 4; C3xin Team I, 2, 3 — Caixtain 4; Track 2; L:i- crosse 3. 26 f crty-three ★ ★ ★ ★ SKIPTOX, EDWIN A. “Ski ” rhompsonville, Conn. Major: Ciroup ' ork. Minor: Eng- lish. (i!ee Club; Calendar Committee; I ' ennis 1. SMVKE, EDWARD JOHN “Ed " Roche ter, New York Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation. ' ho in Americati Colleges and Cni versities ; Atjuatic Club — Scribe 2; ’ice C ' ommodore 3, 4; Outing Club; Maroon Kev ; Swim- ming 1, 2, 3, 4 — Captain 4; New England Intercollegiate Diving Champion 1941, 1942; Secretarv Class of 1943 2, 3, 4. SNEDEKER, HAROLD EIVlNC ' xSTON “Sni’d " Penn an. New ' ork Major: Health and Phrsical Edu- cation. Minor: (jeneral Science. .Maroon Key; Outing Ckdi ; Alpha Phi Omega — Vice President; Cross- Country 4; (j m Team 3, 4; I, a crosse 3 ; Wrestling 4. STARRETT, OEORCiE C “Nijinsky " Richmond Hill, New York Major: Health and Physical Edu cation. Minor: History. ' arsity Club; (jym Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Civm Stunts Eutor; Dancing Eu- tor ; Classical .Music I ' ommittee. S ' EENS I ' ROM, ODD JOHN " Odo " Fitchburg, Mass. Major: Ciroup W ' ork. Minor: Eng- lish. Student Staff; Studetit Christian .As- sociation; C ' osmopolitan Clid ; In ternational Relations Club — Secre- tary 4; Eennis 1; .Assistant Mgr. Lacrosse. S I F. WAR E, .M.ALt OEM W. “Mai " Wollaston, .Mass. Major: Health and Physical Fldu- cation. Minor: History .Maroon Key; International Rela- tions Club; Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; -Assistant Mgr. Football 3. Manager 4. 27 nineteen hundred sI l Kl.l ' S, KOHI KI W . " Huh " I rov . Nfw N oi k l iijor: llfiillli aiul I’luNical lulu- lalioii. .Mniiir: Scifiict-. (ilce Chill : ' ar it Cliih; Stiulcnt Cmiiu ' il; Athletic Hoard; rciiiii ' !, 2: BtiNketliall 1: I’ootlitill I, 2, i Ca|ilaiii 4. srxmioi.M, no |. " StiiiJy ' ' I aiiicstowti. New ' olk .Miijiir: Hre-Metileal. Minor: Pht- ' ical I ' diicatioii. Ciroilatioii Staff of Stiuletit ; (ilee dull I, 2, 3; Soccer 2; (ivtn I ' eani I, 2. N ARNIA, C IIAKI.KS II. " (.hm k " Brockton, . 1;iss. Major: (jronp Work. Minor: Ps - chcdofiv. l ea and lopics; I titernational Ke- lalioti ' Clnh; Scietice Clnh; Sindetit Staff, .Manager of Football Pro jjiatns. WAFERS, RAVMONM " Ray " W ' harton, N. |. Major: Health and Physical luhi cation Minor: Math anti Science. Cross Conntrv 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Wrestling I, 2: Frack I, 2, 3; Secretar of arsitv Clnh; Senior Bani|iiet (’oin mittee; Interclass W ' lesiliiifj ; Has kethall and Softball. ★ ★ ★ FOWNSENI), Wll.ll. ' Wl W ' . " Hill " Springfield, .Mass. Major: Education. Minor: Health and Phtsical FAhication. Fciothall 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Hockey 2; Feti- nis 1. Will FNEY, ROCfER A. " Gus " Hartsville, Mass. Major: Health and Physical FAhi- cation. Minor: History. Basketball I, 2, 3: Football 1 ; Base- ball 1, 3; Manager Indoor Frack 3. 28 f crty-three ★ ★ ★ ★ WOLL, WESI.EY (J. " Urs " rotten ville, New ork Major: Health and Physical Eclii- cation. Minor: Chemi tr and Gen- eral Sciences. ' arsitv Club; Maroon Key; (doting Club; Cross-Country 2, 3, -I — Co- Captain 1; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. ZELLER, GE()R(,;E WILLI.XM “Jrrtair Patchoque, L.I., New York Major: Health and Physical Edu- cation. Minor: Chemistry and Cien- eral Sciences. .Maroon Key; Outing (dub; Ctlee C’lidi; Dramatic (lub; Band; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2; La- crosse 2; .Mgr. Soccer 4. ZORN ' OW, (JERALD PHILIP “Jerry” Brooklyn, New York Major: (iroup Work. Minor: His- tory. Who ' s Who in American ( ' olleges and Eni versities ; Student Christian .Xssociation ; Student Stall — News Editor; Managing FJditor; Editor- in-Chief; Feature Editor 1942 Massasoit: Publicitv .Mgr.; (Jytn Feam ; .Assistant Mgr. Soccer. KELLY, FR.ANK G. “Musilfs” .Monessen. Pa. Major: (iroup Work. Minor: Fing- lish. Secretary of .Alpha Phi Omega; .Maroon Key; Fea and Topics; Science (dub; S.C.A. ; Dramatic Club; W ' restling Squad; .Advertis- ing .Manager of 1942 .Massasoit; " Student " Staff. 29 I (irsity ( " li h Beauties Stunt IY ({ lit Marshall and Indy h ' rosh Dunkirk I la j l ' y Days 30 SivjKiturcs U (Uitcd Biology Bab Collcy e Ca})ip Scene At .BBC. Game 31 2Uii 1943 W e w ill all aL;ree that tluTt- w a nothin” spectacular ahout our arri al at Spriny;- held Colic IZV. v c weren ' t whisked in on the wiiiLts of a hurricane as were our wind predecessors, the Class of ' 42; w e just Liathered here on W’eilnesda . September 20, 10. 0, ISO stroiiLi: to make the histor we are now re iew in”. I he fact th.it we were a ”ood class was well-established in our minds despite Dr. .Arsenian ' s report that freshman tests indicated a 1.27 inferiorit to the Class of ' 42. Still, we couldn’t help feeliii” superior to the sophomores — hut, we learned. What a thrill was in store as we started attendiii” our first cidlette classes! Be- ”inmm: with Introduction to I ' wlucation, the circles, s llo”isms, nuijor and minor pre- mises all kept us pretty well-occupied ami also cjuite ;ide(|uately confused as we looked ;it circles A and 1 in :m effort to find out what was wroii” with C. Our old hudd the e erlastin”ly-el usi e timoeha pro ided us with endless hours of entertainment in the ifiolo” lab. A few of the outstandiii” hiLthliL ' lits of our first year in Springfield ;tre c.alled to mind as we remember the Haziii” Week which was closely followed h - a juicy reception in est (lym. 1 he Class of ’43 chalked up a moral ictory in the Cane Rush when a lone sophomore appeared on the fiehl of battle on the date first set for the affair. ShortK thereafter we ileparted for various sections of the country as Christmas recess rolled around. We returned to the (dd routine with a desire for more social activity, and the class sponsored its first dance earlv in f ehruary. By this time the majoritv of the fellows had mana”ed to make the aapiaintance of some of the p;irls in the commu- nit . 4 ' he class developed cr fine relationships with the j”irls from Mt. Holyoke: m fact, at times it appeared as thou”h the class had moved its headiiuarters to the campus just up the river. With the cominp: of Spriii”, rivalrv between the classes rose to a hi”h point. We hall Ion” rememher the strup”le over the publication of the Freshman Student, and the abduction of bred f.vster. Sophomore president on the eve of his class ham|uet. .Soon afterward we w itnessed our first Steppiii” F p Dav exercises, and thus marked the end of the first chapter in our colle e career. .About 1 10 men returned for the start of a brilliant Sophomore vear. We had a taste of specialized trainiii” as we branched into the separate divisions. Fhe various opportunities av.iilahle to upperclassmen were now ours to accept. Socially, we startled the campus with a most uniipie and original colle”e dance which we called, advise dly, I he llorrihle Hop”. ( )nlv the Class of ' 4. could have staged such a tussle and made it the talk of the season. ’arsif athletic t( anis found Sophomore candidates a valuable avldition to their sipiad lists. Some of the most successful athletes from our class duriii” this year were 32 Burton, Rat Maleska, liill Bootli, (leorjtc Cieary, Dave Dockham, Cliff Seaver, anrl Irv Schmid. I need not dwell on our success in keeiriny: in tow a boisterous class of k reshmen. We accomplished our purposes and commanded the respect of the class as w ell. Another Sprin;j;time, our second Stepping- I p exercises, and we suddenly realized that we had become Juniors, ff ' he hri " ht skies of our second summer vacation from Springfield College were darkened by the clouds of an approaching chaos. Classes opened in the fall of 1 41, hut an air of seriousness and resolution to duty prevailed throughout the student body. W ' e noticed the ahsetice of man of our former asso- ciates, both classmates and facultv members, who had answered the call to service. After Christmas 1 41, talk of curriculum acceleration materialized inter an or- ganized summer term of stud . In the face of many uncertainties, the Class of ’43 maintained its position of social leadership and class spirit. Man favorable comments were received on the splendid work of a well-organized College Annual, a clever sports calendar, an unusual song-hook, and an outstanding Junior Prom. Ed Ps ch was a memor , and we were attemling classes on warm June davs. In January 1943, we were initiated into the last of the three semesters in our Senior year. While our numerical strength has diminished considerably since that Sep- tember day in 1939 when our class was first brought together, our spirit is as strong as ever, and that in itself is sufficient to keep the Class of 1943 in Springfield’s Hall of k ame. E. J. SM ' l KE, Secretary 33 Alliii " . Ro tr I.fiijh Ilamdfii, C’onn. AiuitTson, C’harif ' I ' dwaril ... lla aial, K. . ndn vs, Ma llolt ()fiun |ult, . le. . nm-t, W ' m. R . Springricld (ia dfn , . Banifs, I- lo il Kranklin .... I.ijiu’iduirf; ' , Mass. Bauer, James jortim .... Niagara Falls, N. . Belknap, Fduin S. I.ittle Silver, .j. Bin rl, We ston Macl.eiKl .... Nautjatuek, C ' onn. Bniek va , Warren Baldwin (iossville, N.ll Btirfoot, . ml rose Wingate, Jr. . . t ' ro et, a. Burford, Robert l.dward ... Rainier, .Mass, i. ' ami ' a.wnolo, rheodore John Hillsdale, N.J. (. ' arlson. Nils Berlil ... . SprinjjHeld, .Mass. Chapman, John Honald Ralmsra, k ' hrist, .Arthur Herman . . ... Hornell, N.A . Clark, Hana Emerson Orleans, Mass. Cleveland, Irvin Minor ... Motittdair, N.J. Cide, Hat itl Parsons Svracnse, N.A . Cont;don, Paid Chert . . Fitchburg, Mass. Conner. LeonartI Poughkeepsie, N.A . Cot , .Albert Woods ... W. Newton, Mass, (. ' owling, (.ieorge Frederick I nion Beach, N.J. Cox, ernon William Baltimore, Md. nisijue, . rthtir Freeman West Orange, N.J. Druce, John Hix Philadelphia, Pa (iiles, Eilward Ripley d ' roy, N.A. (ioodwin, William Noel .Medfortl, .Mass. (jreenhalgh, James, Jr. Plainfield, Conn. (iu er, Richarti Bennett Storrs, Conn. Haw ' kes, Robert Charles . Essex Junction, ' t. ilemeinvay, Frank .Allen, Jr. ' an I lornesville, N.A’. Hilton, Eugene Dotiglas S|)ringtield, .Mass. Ilotf, Norman Frederick .... (ilendora, .N.|. Ihdibard, Jidin .Altoi d .... .New burvporl. Mass. Hugo, (ieorge 1 New Haven, Conn. Huston. Wallace Joseph, Jr. . Sidieiiectadv , N.A . Ingalls, Charles Herbert, Jr. I ' .lmwood, .Mass. Jones, l.awrence l.ilwin Storrs, Conn. Kalbaugh, Robcrl William Mechanicville, N.A ' . Kalbtleiscli, Jack Edwin Buffalo, N.A . Kni umi, Henry Hlroslil Honolulu Krauskopf, Jnsepli Eeimard Jackson Heights, N.A’. 1. aiming, Ehendore Reuney West Erenton, N.J. l.aufer, .Arthur Carnill Jamaica, N.A’. l.azar, (icnrge Canada Neyy Britain, Conn. 1 migee, Richard Scott . . Millis, Mass. AEarvin, Jack Bancroft .Neyy Haven, Conn. Maynes, Edwin Scott .Meriden, Conn. McCormick. Harry Brown Milton, Mass. .Melick, Raymond Jay Eakeyvood, Ohio .Merrick, Ross .Midgley, James .Anderson Eos .Angeles, C ' al. Mutch, John Havitlson B riilge]iort, Conti. Nelson, Charles .Alfred Princeton, N.J. hveiis, John Eugetie Charlestoyvn, .Md. Pate, Robert .Maurice Lyons Falls, N.A ' . Potter, .Albert David, Jr. Delmar, .N.A’. Rippon, Dean Eynii, .Mass. Roberts, William ()liver, Jr. Champlain, N.A . Robertson, Russell luigene Philmoiit, N.A’. Robinson, Kenneth Rupert Woodside, N.A . Sheehan, Ifurt Charles S|iringfield, .Mass. Shimabukuro, Eoshio Halaula, Hayvaii Smith, Francis Joseph AA ' illiamstoyvn, . Eass. Smith, Robert Charles .Neyy Britain, Conn. Smith, Ronald A ' itellius Fillmore, N.A’. S])eiicer, Neil Eugene W. C ' anton, Ohio Stevens, Harvey .Arthur Sidney, N.A’. I ' aa vitsaineii, Emil ().. .. (iardner, .Mass. Fhcm|ison, Reginald Berlie Pittsfield, Mass. Ehom|ison, Robert Russell Jr. roin[)kiiis, James Ballantine A’onkers, N.A ' . I ' rlpp, ' Pracy, Jr Ft. Eauderdale, Fla. ' an lAs, Eester ... Eodi, N.J. A’escera, Pasijuale .M . f tica, N.A ' . Welch, Hoyvard Jesse W ' oodhaveti, N.A . A ilber, Herbert llevves, Jr. Neyvington, ( ' on;i. -I-I htotij In spite ol the lact that ' 44 has hist mam of Its good Icaik ' is and ofoani ers to tlie ;irmed serv- ices, the n-soiirces and the dep " ndaliillt of our class h.as been iiroven hy tile not-iinfoundetl optimism with which it has faced the responsibilities of the most ini[iortant social year of our college Ciireers. I he junior I’rom and the Mnssnsuit are both undertakings which make necessary mam and varied lesser enterprises m order to build a treasiin strong enough to support them. .Art Ehrist and ;i good committee started the ear off right h promoting the most successful hall llomecoming Dance In recent years. Id continue on the right [latli, l,en Conner et al got the cidlege calendar on sale before the Christmas holidays. This early publication helped sales im- merisidy, and the money yycnt to syyell I’rom funds. unioti. The junior Prom!! Sharin ' : the title with tlie Mas a oit as the most important of our resiioiisi- hilities this tear, tlie Prom presented problem after problem to chairman . mh Hurfoot and crew, lilocked by war-produced priorities and uncertainties, the term " (lo Aheail ” w as an unknow it ijuan- tity to this committee. Nevertheless, tentative plans w ere made, and at thi w ritititr the time and place for the affair are Fehruar IP at the Hotel Kimball. Hob Smith and Dana Clark, co-editors of the tear book, worked fast. 1 he school tear had hardlt bemin tt hen several committee meetings had been called to lay plans for speeding up the MasuiiuU publication so that the seniors beinj: }Z ' ' ‘ ‘Kiated in .March tvould be able to have them. Priorities, lack of time, red tape and other problems a ain thwarted many ood intentions, but by the uletide vacation, contracts were signed and much of the material collected and or ianized. 1 he e.xecution of the social obligations of the junior class did not by any means over-sharlow the athletic endeavors of our third- ear men. Men of ’44 have displated their athletic prowess in both varsity and inter-class sports. In fact, three juniors were honored as choices for various Little .All-America football teams. 4 ' racy 4 ' ripp, h.mil Paavitsainen and .A1 Cot were the honored ones. ( )ther varsit - teams also had a tzenerous share of juniors. 1 he future of our class depends upon the {zovernment of the C.S.A., as all but five of our men are enlisted in the reserve corps of the armed services. .At present it appears improbable that the class of IP44 as such will ever trraduate from Springfield College. L iidoubtedlt some of our mem- bers will return when peace comes and then will jzraduate with some other class. .Most of us have enjoyed our shortened sta here and hope that we have contributed in some way to the rich traditions of Springfield Colleize. W hatever the future holds in store for us, mav we always remember the many fine thin zs we have learned here and ma we strive to uphold the ideals for which this college stands. Aiulf is(in, llaii)l,l Klrner, | r. Kiimfurd, K.l, . thana iaii, (iforjjt- Pi-ltr .... NWlistt-r, , IaN ' . Barr , John Arthur Koche tt ' f, . . Beach. ( ) veii Milton .Meriden, Cntm Beet , Robert R .MalK ' he ter, N.l Bisho| , I ' ler Lee Niajjara Falls, N. . Bollitifi, Wilbur .Xdtitns .... Merideti, C ' otin. Bray, Douglas Stanley Bratiford, Cotiti. Brodie, (iorrioti Skelton .... C ' h u rch vi I le, N. . Burnham, .Mden Hill .... Wethersfield, Conn Burroughs, Br ce (i New Rochelle, Nb ' i . Burtoti, Richard l.eslie ... Wilkinsburg, Ra. B rue, Kentielh I imbert W ' aterburv, C ' onn. Cameroti, Wetidell Arthur .... VN ' oodstock, Vt. Catn|)bell, William R. . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. Clair, Russell Johns Rochester, N. . ( ()ti ne, .‘ lbert .Mvroti Rochester, N, . 1, aster, Robert Bruce . West Medford, Mass |•.aton, Wilbur | Williamson, N, ’. litheridge, llenrv Lee Pittsburgh, P.i, Fisher, Johti Frederick Methuen, Mass. Fultoti. James Btirker Clifton, N.J arc , Wilson S:iulsbur , Coconut (irove, f ' Li. (jilmore, (ieorge Dudley . Cooperstown, N.N . ffart, lohti Oliver , . . . ()ak ille, ()ntario, Catt. ffatcher, Andrew Fhotnas , . . , f’rinceton, .N ' .J. Havden, Donald Josiah Fitchburg, Mass, ffayes, Harold Lymati .... Somerville, .Mass. Ha en, Robert Louis Nashua, NH Hicks, James . ustiti Hereford, Md Jacksoti, Robert Clifford . Framitigham, .Mass, Johtison, W ' allace . dolph ’orcester, Mass. Jorgenseti, Loreiits Rene .... Shatighai, China Kat , Fidward S New ' ork, N ' . Keeti, Ian Capetowm, South . frica Keetiev, Clifford Lmerson . . Springfield .Mass. Kurth, . ' llon Christian Bayside, L.l , N. . Litchka, Robert Karl . . No. Foiiawanda, N. . Lvon, Howard Stratforil, Conti. MacF ' arlatie, Statder Haverford, Pa. .Malcomsoti, Robert Samuel West . ctoti. Mass. •Mawhlney, Harold .Lockport , N ' . . McConchie, Irving II. Rockland, Me. .Mevers, Carltoti Roy No Fotiawanda, N’. ' . Miller, Robert l.evton ’onkers, N. . Molteti, Don ( harles River Fdge, N.J. Sopkomoiei Moore, Ralph Norwood Bluetield, N.J Oelkers, John W ' illiain . No. ronawanda, N.Y Paddock, W ' esley Scott Lima, N.Y Page, (leorge Cirittin Rochester, N.Y Penney, John Bradbury .... M ' inthrop, Mass Perry, Kenneth (j Beacon, N. Randall, (ieorge Robert Cieneva, N. ' Renken, Wilbur Cieorge . Richmond Hill. N. ' t Riley. William Edward Riverside, R I Ruder, Frederick t erald, Jr. .Amherst, .Mass Schoof, Howard William Verona, N.| Schaefer, Donald William New Britain, Conn Sipson, Dean Ayres Lockport, N. Sisco. Donald Morse Coxsackie, N. ' Slaughter, Robert Lawrence, .Mass Smith, I ' heodore .Allard L Springfield, .Mass Stirling, Robert Vaughn .... Rochester, .N. ' t ' Stocker, Stanley W ' entworth Swampscott, Mass. Sullivan, James Edmund Longmeadow, .Mass. Swanson, Harold W ' illiam Warren, Pa. Swart, Charles Raymond, Jr. , . Schenectady, N. Switzer, Harry Robert Camden, N.J. Terrv, David Stanle Everett, Mass. Tetreau, Fernand S Sanford, Me. Ehau, .Morton Kenneth . (.ireat Neck, I. L, N.N . I ' hresher, .Avery Herman Roxbury, ' t. I ' racv, William C Brooklyn, N. . Trey, (jordon David .... No. Cirafton, .Mass. W ' alters, Edward Burton Syracuse, N. ’. West, Richard Charles Rochester, N.A . W ' ittemore, John Ballou . West Medford, Mass. Wilson, .Alfred Lawrence .... New A’ork, N. . Wilson, Flo d Somerville, .Mass, Woodworth, Henr Dressor W ' atertown, N. , Zimmerman, Ra inond ... Manchester, N.H. Although the class of ’4b retumeii this fall somewhat smaller than when it left a fex months before, the same remarkable spirit that they showed as freshmen was exident more than ever through- out this year. One of the hest-orgatii ed freshmati hazing programs in recent years was cotuiucteil hv these sophs who were outnumbered tiearly two to one by the arrogant frosh. Howexer, the latter xx’ere thoroughlx imbued xxith the traditions of Springfield as xxell as xxith some original brainstorms of their superiors. Because of xxartime conditions, the class of l 4b facetl mam situations not usuallx encounterexl by a sophomore class. Perhaps the most unic|ue of these xxas the fact that the majoritx of the class began their sophomore xear the day after returning from Freshman Camp in .Max. 4 ' his xvas due to the hve-xxeck accelerated term xxhich opened on .Max 2b. Before the regular college year began in ( )ctober, most of the class had enlisted in the reserxe programs of the xarious armed forces. .Manx familiar faces xxere missing as a greatlx -reduced class resumed their studies in this hectic xear. ( )n the social side, the class sponsored “Fhe Hop of the " fear " xxhich xxas termed a huge suc- cess b all attending. Surprise of this affair xxas the performance of (iloria Clare, Boston songstress, riie Sophomore Ban(]uet at the Hotel Highlaml on Dec. 14 xxas so successful that another such func- tion xxas planned for later m the school year. .Athleticallx , the class more than fulfilled the promise it had shoxx ii xx ith its fine freshman teams of the previous xear. .Members of ’45 xvere to be found among the mainstaxs on all the Maroon com- bines. As the year xxore on, the class of ’45 dxx iiulled as more of its members xvere called to serve in the armed forces. Those that remained found it difficult to concentrate on studies and college activities. fexx ' eased their xvay along or tjuit, but the great majoritx shoxved the real spirit of ’4b and of Spring- held by sticking to their tasks ami doing their best. Russell Clair Presitlenl Irving McConchie Secri-ttiry James Fulton Treasurer 37 0‘ut Brislol, Nashua, lli ' iiift, Mass. C’dmii Nil C ' alit Mass XV Mass Mass t ' oilM . Mass N.J . hraham. nunald II. Amsilfii, (.Iforgc A. AnamKist, jaiius N Aiulrt ' ws, . , . roiison, llfiben Springfield, Baker, Curtis (i Rochester, Balio, John .... .... Frankfort, Balise, John II Northampton, Bail, John I’ ' orcester, Ballou, Kal|rh B., Jr nsonia. Barber, William Jr. .... Nvack Basliss, llarr tl Westboro. Belton, l.loNtl 11. . Mendham Berat ' d, Roland C Springfield, .Mass Bo d, William II. . . . Brockton, .Mass Brandt, Fdward , . ... W ' heeling, N ' . a Brocklesby, Robert . . . . fireenheid. Mass Brooks, Phillips (. ' Hamden, Conn Burslem, Robert F. ... ' estfield, N.J Carleton, James P Belmont, .Mass Carlsoti, Frtink R. Rockxille Cetitre, N. Carr, John Springfield, .Mass Carver, Ralph 11 PlainfiebI, N.J Chapman, Robert B Springfield, Mass Chelton, Louis C. . . . . . Parkrllle, .Md Corcorati, William J Fnglewood, N.J Crane, Fhomas J Springfield, .Mass Havis, llonald I ( ' oncord, Vt Haytoti, John B. . .Vmherst, Mass Douglass, Clyde J. . , Bowdoinham, Maine Drislane, John J Fro , N. . Dudley, Ro . W ' est Springfield, .Mass. Dutm, Johti I Hillsdale, N. ' t ' . Fdd , Roger S. . . . ... Springfield, Mass. Flliot, .Alexander ...... Rochester, N.A’. Fllison, .Mason B FImwood, ( ' onn. Firikson, W ' alter H I’tilmer, Mass Farrington, Richarii S Kltterv, .Maine Faturos, William F, Smlthtown Branch, N.A. Firth, Chtirles B Springfield, Mass. Fisher, Lester ' Philadelphia, Pa. Flahixe, Dtiniel J. . . . A’aterbur , Conn. I ' olet, Cierald F, S|)iingfield, Mass. Ford, Charles R . Harrisburg, Pa. Freedman, Frank 11 Springfield, .Mass, Freniere, Fmli A. ... Claterack, N.A ' . Friese, William F Springfield, .Mass. Frink, .Arthur R AA ' alpole, Mass. Fults, FAhvin J Brockport, N.A ' . (jarofalo. Paul C. . . . . New A Ork, N.A ' . (iatens, Fiugene F ' FAiglewood, N.J. ( elderman, Fred .A. .AA’illiston Park, N.A’. (jooch, Robert AA’ Peterborough, N.H. (joodell, John AA’ AA ' ells River, At. (fray, Norman .A. ... AA ' est Haven, Conn. Hatik, Harold, R Mverstown, FAi. Hall, John F 1 1 addonheld, N.J. Halsted, Rasmond ( Hartford, C ' onn. Hammack, Herbert AA ' . . Finglewood, N.J. Hamilton, Robert Fi .Millburti, N.I Hendee, Richaid C. . . Hackensack, N.J. Henr , Carl N Cnion Citv, Pa Higgins, I ' tivid ( ). . ... Concord, N.H. Hillitird, Harold II Hartford, Conn. Illmebaugh, Richtird F Scranton, Pa. Huhn, Russell Fi. Bristol, Conn. Ilutiter, Cecil AA’. AA’est Hartford, Conn. Hunter, Robert A Fewksburv, Mass. Hutchinson, AA’. Russtdl Newburgh, N.A’, Jarecki, Arthur Springfield, Mass. Kahn, Charles IF . Chicago, III. Keator, Richtird R Saugerties, N.A’, Kellev, Rav R Hudson, N.H. Kennelv, John AA’ Springfield, .Mass. Ketit, Lerov ... .... AA’hite Plains, N.A’, Kevko, (ieorge J Plalnville, Conn. King, AA’llliam F Pittsfield, Mass. Kinch, Harry J Livingstoti Manor, N.A. Kirker, AA’ayne Fi Harrisburg, Pa. Kopp, James 1 Fredonia, N.A. Kraft, Mitchell Rochester, N.A’. 1 ahar, Fdton B .Meriden, Conn, l.ennek, Nicholas North Frov, N.A. Lowrie, Robert C AA ' hlte Plains, N.A’. L tich, Richard B East Haven, Conn. .Malonet, AA ' illiam R Spri ngheltl. Mass. Mari ' , Edward R Fall River, Mass. .Marshall, Donald C Millburn, N.J. ■McAllaster, Joseph If (iou verneur, N.A’. .McCreadie, Fhomas M Hackensack, N.J. .McCihee, Jack C Springfield, Mass. .McMillan, Ffdwin II Rochester, N.A’. .Melish, Leonard J Fairfield, C ' onn. .Mevers, laiuis A’ Arlington, A’a. .Milan, Robert I, Plainfield, N.J. .Mimnaugh, John D New Canaan, Conn. Moutinho, Carmin Ludlow, Mass. .Mulvaney, I awretice J Springfield, .Mass. .Murph , Franklin J Springfield, Mass. Nesdale, Frank Ff (iuilford. Conn. Nowak, Frank Schenectady, N.A’. Oates, Leo F .Milford, .Mass, (•Ids, Fiverett L Newton, Mass. O ' .Melia, Lawrence M Springfield, .Mass. Pascoe, Juan .Mexico City, Mex. Peabotiv, Alan B Melrose, .Mass. Pearsoti, Robert 1 Rochester, N.A. Pedrone, Kenneth . . ... Oneonta, N.A. Pegnato, Frank Pittsburgh, Pa. Penn, Harold AA’ Pittsburgh, Pa. Phillips, Johti Ci AA’estheld, Mass. Pirozek, Eugene S Methuen, .Mass. Rackliffe, Robert 1 New Britain, Conn. Richards, AA ' illiam D Rockawav, N.J. Robitison, Fidward AA’ Bayside, N.A. Robinson, Franklin H. . . . AA’est Haven, Conn. Rofrano, Douglas A Brooklyn, N.A. Sanford, Cieorge M. ... Ludlow, Mass. Schading, Donald I Rochester, N.A. Seldeti, John 1 ... Bristid, A’t. Shogren, Kinley F Lakewood, Ohio Simmons, AA’insor H Cooperstown, N.A, Smith, Charles R Mt. Holly, N.J. Smith, David ,A Philadelphia, Pa, Smith, Richard J Manchester, N.H. Stephenson, Peter AA’ Fairfield, .Maine Stetler, Landis AA ' Harrisburg, Pa. Stinebring, AA’arren R. . . . Niagara Falls, N.A. Stone, Charles S Hartford, Conn. Sutliff, Harold S (Boversville. N.A’. I addonio, Richard .A. New A ork, N.A. Fambornitii, .Atillio J AA’illimatitlc, Conn. Faylor, John E Litchfield, Conn. Fimko, IVlichael J Ciarfield, N.J. Foomer, Fidward II F.nglewood, N.J. Fownseiid, Robert AA’ Springfield, .Mass. Fremblat, Fred AA’ Chicopee, Mass. A’an. ' Arsdale, Stanlev A ' e, (iordoti B. AA’agner, Robert AA’ard, AA’illiam F AA’arner, Da id (I Ffli abeth Providetice, Rochester, ( iloversville, I asti ngs-on- 1 1 udsoti. AA’ells, l.awreti Fi Proctorsville, A’t. AA’llliams, James K Spritigheld, .Mass. AA’illiams, .Mervin P. , . Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. AA’i rt burger, Richard Plymouth, Mass. AA’ood, .‘Austin Randolph, A’t. AA’right, AA’illiam F ' Millis, Mass. A ' oung, .‘Arthur R Springfield, Mass. A Hung, Earle R Ogumiuit, Maine A outig, (ieorge P Scranton, Pa. 38 Tteikmen ‘ " i ou men liave chosen tlie hard a . Despite the attraction of lucrative w ajzes in war industry and faced with uncertaint as to how loniz ()u’ll be able to stay in scbool, you have remained calm and have chosen to be in your colleftiate life.” I ' hus spoke Dr. Harold Seashore as he greeted the class of DH6 at the op.-ninf: session of k reshman Days in late September. .Many members of this new class were already well-act|uaititcd with Sprinstfield Ctdlef e b that time, some haviii” arri ed early in the summer for work and others cominsi for the September extra session. Addiiift to all this uncertainty, members of the class had the distinction of bein the first fresh- men allowed to participate in varsity athletics. The football, soccer, and cross country, scjuads were dotted with first-year men who in no small wa aidetl the performance of these teams. .As this is written, winter sports also apparently will be enhanced by freshman material. Besides the natural hew ilderment of the first few days of ctdlejte life, the frosh had to cope with the diabolic schemes of the sophomores during hazing week. .AlthouLth the rope pull ended in their defeat, the class of 1946, fast-becoming acquainted with Springfield traditions, held their own in baking parties and in interclass sports competition. Showing their social inclinations, the class spon-ored the first social c ent of the winter term, a Snow-liall held on January 16. 4 ' hey also made plans for other social affairs, including a tea dance in the foyer and a Co-ed Sports’ Day, t ffhcers elected early in the winter term were Kinle Shogren, President; .Mason Kllison, ice- President ; Robert Ifrocklesby, Secretary ; and Charles Stone, I reasurer. 39 A4.ai±aiolt I ' lrsl Rd’ii.- — I ' linipkiiis, Cox, Smith, Clark, and Corifjdon. Si-Kitul — Ma nes, 1 lei7icn va , l.ougee, An- derson, () veiis, and I ' hompson. R( )I]|:R ' I ' SMITH DANA CI.ARK l-. li ors-i i-i y hu t ( )ur siiir ' erc flunks to the fnl lm iiiL " for fheir ”uidancf and invaluable help in makiiiLf this book possihh- : our Junior elassinates, the Class of l ' )44; Ra W inaiis of the colleoc Press Bureau: John Pond and C harles Rutenhei of the Soeial Activities Board; Arthur WbuLdit ami the Bosworth Studios: Jack Brown and the 1 1 aminersmith- Kortnuw er Co., who did the prinfino, eiiora inL:, and himlino of the hook ; and to all menihers of the facultx and student hod who cooperated so wonderfully. The Staff 40 Sill I III — Brow n. Sheehan, I’merv, Moncsko, and Dr. Ihompson. StiinJirit — Christman, Havel, Tripp, Thompson, Burgess, Ma nes, Kol ert- son, and Mcliwen. Student S June 1 1 riu- Studfiir Cmincil is of urimist sionihcancc, espcciallt in these times, in cuordinatintr the facultt, the students anil the administration, and in the fzeneral problem of campus government. Workintt in cooperation with the Athletic Hoard and the Social Actisities Hoard, the council tries to administrate with fairness and e pedienc , the retrulation of campus activities. Hecause of lack of funds this tear, the " Student " had to resort to bitveeklt publication. Never- theless, under the leadership of Jen y Zornow , Scott .Matnes and Hoh Smith, the pajicr continued to be popular on campus. Featured in each issue were Havel ' s sport column, I ' id-Hits, the War Path and an interesting ' tariett of news and advertisniL ' . hirst — . ndrews. t hurch, and , iulerson. Siiniid Cere — P ' oster, Smith. Zornow, Matru- ' . Rvesan, and l.inifree. I ' hird — Sictler, No- ak, ( ati-s. Stone, W ilbur, l I wens. Bed ini, , motl , ( )|son, Bovd, Contidon, ,tnd Tompkins Sp Lin ’ leld Student 42 A ‘1 First Ro=u; — Sturges, I ' ownsend, Bratton, and Eaton. Second Ro’u: — Cox, Brock, and Mansfield. ■fltkUtlc Soatd. At present, the Athletic lioard under chairman Dr. Fred liratton is uncertain as to its aiimin- istrative status. Fo date it has the powers to approte numeral and letter awards, budgets and schetl- ules, but the members feel that a tlefinition of its administrative powers will make the organization a more efficient one. Fhe Social Activities Hoard guides the activities of all campus organizations. l ime and place of functions must be alloted so that plans of separate organizations ill not conflict. Another function of the board is apportionment of funds according to need. Its chief aim is the deceloprnent of a well- roundeii social program. First Roze — Cox, Bally, Rutenber, Robertson, and Wina ns. Second Ro-zc — Hicks, Pond, and FI off. 43 Social Hoatd Sand I he hand, uiulcr the iliifction of licrlit- riiompMiii, w itli Maurice Hurroupdis as ad iser. enioycd its hiom’st ear. 1 1 iLthlujhts of the season w ere the blood hank parade, the formations betw een the halves ot the A.I.k. Ltame and the concert at the Air Raid Police rall before 2 00 people in the Municipal Auditorium. ust lion — Majort ' llfs Naiu ' s Clark aiul Shlrltw 1 .imiflian. Si i nnd R 1 — I ) i r f (■ 1 o r I ' lioinpsnii, lla t‘s, ScIkuI- iiej, , I e f r s , Ballou, lleiir , and Hia . Third Rotl- — Hunter, .An- drew Belton, Jackson, Penn, and Kicliarils. TiJiirl i Ro-zr — ili jiins, M a I (■ o rn s o n , , l e 1 i s li , Christ. Brooks, Keator, and Bauer. Tijth Riizl ' — .Miller, I’age, l ' err , Huston, ami Pear- son. lirsi Rozi . d isct Bui- rtiuolis ;ind Hi rector . lc- l.w cn. Srioitd C --0 — P olio c k, Burnhtnn. j.ickson, .Sisco, Stone. Woodworth. and Bishop. hir,l Ri z:. — B r :i , llawkcs. W’ilher, Schtie- ter. K alhheisch, atid l.th- eridfic. QIqq (Slulf Reali ino this e;tr as ne- er before that “the sonp ' is the rhino, " the ( !lee Club, under the direction of Ketineth 1,. .Mel, wen, has stri en to meet the imisicttl needs of the studetits. A ttew ly-formerl tpiartet .and double tpi.aitet h.ave heeti active both on .and off-c:impus. .Much credit is due Mr. .Maurice Bur- roiip’hs, ctinipus inttsir- siipeiw iser, .and Mrs. Ch.arles Silvia, ;tccomp;mist for the club. 44 (2lub Sponsoring inter-class athletics, promoting yood portsnlanship and upholding: the trailiti(jiis of the school are onl a few of the outstanding contributions of the arsity Club. 1 he club carries r ith it the prestige of a nienibership composed of varsit lettermen. Never to be forgotten are the “co- eils” with the bulging: muscles aiul shapeK ' curves seen on campus during initiation weelc. First Ru i: — W ' oll, ' atel■s, Hotf, Ad Iser Man tield, Havel, Moiic- k ), ( hurch, and Booth. Srcnnd Rirzi. ' — Moiitinho, Brown, Aniott, Oirist, Suiifies, (ireeiihalgh, Nel- ' ■on, and Smvke. Flu III Ro ic — Spencer, ( hri tman, . I i d k I e v , I ' hoinp on, Cox, liurfoot, •McConchie, and Taavii- ' ainen. First Rmi: — l.von and Bn rroiigh . Sri and Rmi- — Fenn, Fonipkins, Bent, and Ad- i er Sil ia. Third Roiir — I’errv, Fim- ko, W ' lllier, Smvke, Ful- ton, Campbell, Drnce, Boyd and Carver. Fourth Roiir — Mever ' , dray, Run(]ni t, Foste r, llawkes, Rofrano, Schail- ing and Dayton. Fifth Ro=iv — . Inrrav, Schoof, Balise, Christ, llirnehaugh, F ' .lliott, ami Rea rson. lub Carrying high their banner of service in the field of tuiuatics, the Aquatic Club started its years’ tictivities with ;i highly successful water c arniv;il. Participation in the aipiatic fortim at Fort I.auderdale, 1‘la., and sponsoring of the .3rd Annual .A.A.L’. meet shotved thetn to be fulK ttwtire of the needs of acpititics tothiy. 45 Wutinq (2U First v ' wic- — Burford, r h () m |) s o n , Lougee, Slaughtfr, Ilawkes and Stetler. SiiniiJ Kmi: — Brandt, El- liott, Ball , ' an Arsdale, Andrews, | o ti e s and Mnncskii. r tii l Riiai- — Davton, Racklitfe, Cioodell, Hus- ton, Sliogreti, Mute h, Xesdale and Ailing. I he ( )iitmo E ' lith, tttnier the captihle leadersliip ot Walt Htilly, is the tiiost infnrtiitil of our etttnpus orgatitztttioiis ;tml ttlso one of the tnost acti e. Ifunno the p;ist year, such events as barn ihincing, hikes, catioe outings, hike trips, ski trips ttiitl sktiting ptirties m;ule the club one of the most pepuhtr with the students. l)oti Richtirdsoti, Boh Hurford ;tnd lairr Jones were the other officers. tamatic (2lu!r I he Springfield I ' liesiuaiis began tlie dr;mi:itic progrtmi for the school year in the June term with the pre ' -entJition of two one-act |il;iys. Plans for the winter term mclutle the production of Max- well Anderson ' s new pl:i , ‘ ' ' Phe kwe of St. Mttrk, " as well ;is the annu;il commencement play. .Agutin the club is indebted for the guithince of Chief Simpson. Mrs Sargetint, Keyes, . lling. Faubert, (liurch, Clark, .McF.weii. (ong- don, and . d isei ' Simp- sun. First Ro’iv- — thrift, Mr . Sargeant, Burfoot, aiul Sheehan. Srcond — L o ii g e e , Owens, nisqne, Oriice, and Chapman. uniot J tom ' I ; . ; . 1 Can vc bu favors .■ Will there he enough students left h restrictions ma not allow guests to attend from am distance, mittee went ahead with plans for the af+air. It was tentatively 19th at the Hotel Kindrall. Fehruar to support a prom? I raxel Despite these uncertainties the coin- decided to hold the prom hehruart 1 his organization is primarily interested in keeping scouting alive on campus. Alain memhers of this organization act as leaders of scout groups in the communit . d he sponsor jamhorees in the city and hring their troops on campus to see our athletic events. ' The college director) is puh- lished h Alpha Phi ( )mega as a service project. Sit tint — Hoi tie Frank I in. Dr. Brock, and Dr. Hall. Stiindin — Robertson, Owens, Swart, Kalb- rieisch, and Mawhine . 47 tudant ktL6tLan -O ociatlon I lie pu!■p() (• of tlic S.C.A. i to tiniulatc the rl■li iou elemeiit that l cliarai:teri ric of most in- (lixiihials aiiii to searcli for w a s in which its mcmhcrs can Itc of sciwice to the college. Hiweekh meet- in;js consist ot worship, discussion, recreation and refreshments. .Monthls esper services ;ire sponsored h the opjani ation to substitute for the chapel periods found m manv colleites. I Wit Halil), K.np|), and I ' .llisnii, SiionJ vfoc — . lavnes. Hauer, Ktheridjje, OwtU ' , Ailviser riiomp ' Dii, and Hui font, T hn i AHy-re — ( o eenhaigh, Swanson, Stone, Hlond, W ' illier, Fealiodv, Tiinko, n. Smith, a nil (irav, Foiirt i Rihii ' — Christ, Mil- ler, Woodworth, Sho reii, Kraft, Kicharils, Rohin- son, and riiompson. ,S II I II ! — ( I reenh algh, Mrni ' e, . d iser WVck- w e r t h. .Mid lev, and ( onodon. Sl iiiJiiii — I’rnv, l.von, Hurrdi.im, |ohnson, Idt- chka, H me. .Miller, Ivth- eridne, Swainson, Hurton, Thau, Hrav, T, Smith, and M ( ' ))nchie. M.atoon Kctj ocletij 1 he Maroon Kev Societv, the sophomore service ofoam ation on ctimpus, cares for rival teams visitiiiR the college. .Memhers attend to reception on arrival, accommodations, tours of the campus, and personal retpiests. In .addition, the club’s social prooram included dances, sleitzh rides and oiitint s. Work of this orRani .ation rocs far towairds promotinrr t ood will between the college and its athletic riv.als. 48 Led by Doug l?ra and Hob Jackson, the Springfield Dons were successful in their seventh year of music making. The band was kept bust ' throughout a long season, highlighted by the return engagement on New ear’s Eve at the T I.C.A. in Bridgeport, Conn., and by the man dances on campus. E er popular in local circles, the Dons furnished music for a number of social aff.airs. Hunter, .Meli li, JackNon, Hurt, Havden, I ' erri, Brooks, Bray. Durocher, and Ingalls. 49 football I- ml Mackey, (.ireeiilialgh, l.iiiel ' er er, and Pevo . . .Siumul Ro-jc — Heiard, Asst. C ' nacli lierrv, .Asst, t ' oach Pennock, nnckhatii. C aptain Starves, Hoff, Clark, Coach Mansfield, Asst. Coach Silvia, and F, Rohinson . , . Third Ro ic — F. Robinson, Ifrown, C ' otv, Lehmann, Nelson, OeCiroat, I ' ownsend, McConchie and Kent . . . I ' mirth Ro l ' — Belton, .Mimnaugh, .Mever, Laavit- sainen, Fenn, Pruce, Ruder, Slaughter, Foomer, and Fole . . . Fifth Rn v — Mnhaney, Carleton, Barr , Pratt, Ciilmore, Litchka, Oelkers, Cons tie, McCreadie, and Fllison . . . Sixth Rozi; — Dunn, ' . Hnnter, Burton, Bovd, Shinialuikuro, Fhresher, Pens, Bent, A. A’oimg, aiul ’ye . . . Sr-Vi ' iit i Riiq. 1 - — Frink, Henry, Hall, (iatens, Tetreau, Stirling, West, Burslem, W ' ard, and Melish . . . I.ii hth Ro i- Hnhn, Stevenson, Stinebring, Himebaugh, C5. A ' oimg, Ciarofalo, and Bavliss . , . Xiiith Ro-zl - — Manager Stewart, Jaysee C ' oach McC ' ormick, Jayvee Coach Robertson, and Frainer 1 1 a rtman. Altliough tlie l‘)42 Maroon oridsters scomi more points than ;m Springfield ele en since 1 35 anti nianagt-d to break a losing stretik which had extended from mid-( )ctober 1440 through thirteen games, the season as a w hole w;ts disapitointing. With Coach Mann Mansfield’s “4 ' ” formation, the team showed tip well on the offensive, hut lack of weight prosed a handicap in the team’s defensise efforts. Norw ich took the me.asure of the .Mtiroons in the opener, 20-7 : ;is diil Amherst the follow ing week 27-10. Then, in a great first-half display of power, Manns’s boss smashed Northeastern 13-0 to re- cord their onls actors . l)uring the rest of the season, the Maroons lost on consecutis ' c Saturdays to Ness Hampshire 7-20, to Connecticut 14-21, to Rutgers 0-21, to A.l.C. 0-7, ;md to .Manhattan Beach Coast (luard 1,1-14. Despite its second successise loss to A.l.C. in tlie cross-tossn risalry, the Springheld team s;il- s ,aged some measure of success from the 1042 settson by holding a highls’ fasored Manhattan Beach Co.ast (lu.ard to ;i one-point s ictors . Although outss eighed by more than 2 poumls to the man, the .M .iroons clicked remarkahls on both offense ;iiul defense. futstanding performers ssere C.aptain Boh Sturges, C ' lark, I ' aas itsainen. W est, ( felkers and Carleton. At the end of the seasoti. Captain Sturges and gu.ard A! Cots ssere given honorable mention oti the Little All-American team. A fi- nal measure of solace may he found in the fact that .Amherst and Ness llam[ishire ssent unde- feated for the season. I he B s(|uad also encountered difhcults’ in hitting the ssin column, the best efforts of the M cCOrmick- Robertson charges being ties ssith Nichols and Conn. B and a loss to the Wil- liams (, ,’s. 52 For the second consecutive season. Coach Jcjhn Brock’s mighty Springfield pitchmen annexed a share in the New England Intercollegiate Soc- cer championship by hnishiiift in a tie with Am- herst tor the league crown. ’Faking up where they left off in 1 41, the 1942 club, led by Ir - Schmid, opened the season with a 3-2 triumph over W’illiams. fiaining momentum in their championship drive, the Ma- roons then defeated Harvard 2-1, Dartmouth 2-0 and the L niversity of Conn. 4-0. Fhe victory string came to an abrupt halt as the Hrockmen fought through two overtime periods to a 2-2 deadlock with likewise imdefeated R.IM. In the sea- son’s finale against M.I.’F., the team once again returned to form to beat their opponents 3-0. A post-season contest saw collegians in a scoreless tie with an all-star aggregation representing the best professional soccer platers in Western Mass. Captain Schmid was the sparkplug of the team from his center-forward position. He was ably assisted by three of his classmates, wingmen Dick Havel and Busher Cooper, and fullback Stan Christ- man. I’eamwork and mastery of the fundamentals were the most important factors in the success of the team. Jim Midglet, Nils Carlson, Lorry Jorgensen. Carmen Moutinho, and Mort I ' hau were outstanrling in the play of the championship combine. 4 ' he junior varsity team was also an outstamling success, defeating Nichols Jr. College 6-0, L . of Conn. 3-0, M FF “B” 13-0, and W’illiston .Academt 2-1 for a perfect season. 4 ' his group was coached by Shorty Sheehan w ho was unable to play varsity soccer this t ear because of doctor’s orders. B(t(k Ko’iv — Moutinho, Keen, .Midgley, I’.aredes, Keyes, Belknap, Jorgensen, and Coach Brock, SecDTtJ Ron— Marvin, Chapman, 0 ven , Carlson, Eaton, Potter, and I hau. first Ron — rovvnsend. Cooper, Captain Schmid, Wagner, Smith, and Molten. 53 Iliiik Ron. - — C ' oach JiuKi, Waters, t ' raiie, Snedeeker, Captain Bnntli, Cox, Smith, Burfoot and ■Manager Swanson. Si((nid R(hii- — ' raiiilonio, Woll, Hayes, Hugo, llalsted, and Stone. I ' nint Ron.L- — Aronson, Keeiie , Anderson. Abraham, Novak and CoiiKdon. Clinia.xino an undefeatetl season w ith a sniashino victory in the Connecticut alle Championships and a second place in the New IviiLdand I ntercolle " iate C hampionships, C oach Leslie J. Judd ' s 1 42 ywoup of harriers achiexerl the best record in Sprinofield cross countr history. Captained In Hill Booth and paced by freshman romm Crane, the powerful Maroon combine of Ambie ILirfoot, ern Co.x. Boh Smith, Harold Snedeeker aiul Ra Waters displated some amazitiLr teamwiirk in o er helminy ' .Middlehurt lS-37, Amherst 1 x-40, W.P.I., 1 -46, Wesleyan 18-4S, and M ass. State 1 S-SO to round out a perfect dual meet season. Capahh followino the example set In the ar- ' itt, the junior varsit stpiad, unothcialh known as the Blue A.C., also enjoyed an undefeated sea- son h rolling ' o cr Amherst B 1 S-40, Wesleyan B 1 S-SO, and .Mass. St.ate B 16-44. Paced b Cajitain C harlie Anderson and Le i lla es, the |. .’s showed the same driviiiL ' power and team cooperation that hrouydit success to the varsity. I ' .xtendmL ' their strini: of brilliant performances, the SprinitfieUl harriers swept se en of the first eiydit places to annex their first Connecticut alley C ' hampionship in a comincinit fashion over teams representiiiL! Conn., C ' oast ( luard, and .Mass. State. Then, in a fitting and rainl finale the juddmen put on a dri in finish to take second place m the New k.n ' jland Championship meet held at k ' lanklin Park in Boston. Instrumental in brmsi- inrr Springfield its best show ing ' in the histor of the event v ere seniors Booth and Waters who annexed I Srh and 16th place respecti el . 54 First Ko u: — Ainott, 1 hoinpsoii, Cox, Merrick, K.alliaii}jh, and Ilavel. SrconJ Ro ii : — Manager Burfoot, Kichardson, AniMlen, .Murphv, WiKon, Ha en, Hayes, Barne and Coach Mansfield, na IcQtball W’itli a new head coacli in the [lerson of Wendell Maiisheld and a long list of veteran hoopsters returnino from the 1 541-42 (piintet which ranked third in New I ' .ngland, basketball prospects ap- peared bright when pre-season orkouts began in November. 1 he team seemed to have trouble getting started and dropped five of their first six games, but their opponents in these earl games includeil some of the best teams in the Last. In mid-January, ho e er, the Maroons hegan to click and at this writing had won their last four games in succession. Returning from last ear’s s(]uad were Capt. Hoh Burgess, Dick 11 awl, and Hob .Amott, the only seniors on the squad. Important factors in the success of the team were Juniors Ross Merrick. ’ern Cox, •Hob Thompson, Flo (l Harnev , and Hill Kalbaugh. bophomores k loyd W ilson. Hob Ha- zen, and Levi Hayes, and freshmen Frank Murpin and (leorge .Amsden rounded out this smooth- working groiqi of hoopsters. Highlighting the season were games with Dartnumth and Long Islaml I niwisity, and the tradi- tional battles with A.I.C., and Providence. 1 he Junior ’arsit team, coached In Hob Herr , was largeK composed of freshmen, although there were a few upperclassmen on the roster. I. ike the arsity. the J. .’s started slowl but gave promise of future success. First Roiiv — Congdoii, Smith, Koliiiison, N ' tlson, Lcnnek, ' I’oiiiig, and rremhiav. Second Ron ; — C oach Berrv, ramhorini, Itelton, I ' addonia, Seldcii, Frcnicre, Idunn, ’agner, and .Man,iger Mawhincy, unlot SailcQtbalt 55 First Ro ii — Potter, [iicid, won, Sfhadiiif;, ' aii Ar - dale, latlor, Snedecker, and SteveiiN. SrionJ Ri n.c — Koizumi, Bauer, Mayne , Lineherf;- er, Adams, Melick, ( ' ole, and Buckle . Third Ro c — Manager Burton, Hugo, Cioodwin, Muh anev, Lougee, Harp- er, Fenn, Hemenwat, Per- rv, W ' oodvvorth, Athana- slan. Keen, and Coach Kodis. U tQ5tlin ’Taam l.nsses (it Coach I’ciinock h illness tiiid severtil oiitstandiiiu performers through militar - priorities, leave the Maroon matmen facing a grueling schedule with Captain Lineberger, Cole, and Hucklev the onl returning veterans. Coach ic Kodis is preppmg such men as Hemenwat , Fenn, Lougee, an Arsdale, Ma nes, and Stecams to fill vaisitv [tositions. Although the e tensi e travel of past seasons is now impossible. Coach Leslie Judd ' s g nmasts have a hea y schedule of e.xhihitions in nearby communities and militart camps. ( futstanding performers include Captain I r Schmid, Starrett, Jones, Rippon, Spencer, Welch, Zimmerman, Ltherltlge, and Smith, k.d Ke es was manager-announcer. First Run: — .Manager Keyes. Welch. Druce. K r a u s k o p f , Brock wav, Burford, and C o a c h Judd. SnuiiJ Ron — I o n e s , Schmid. Starrett, a n d Spencer. ' F hi rd Ron — Zimmerman. Rippon. and laheridge. I-oiirth Ron — Stetler. .Manager Hur eler, and Smith. CJijmna5tic " Team 56 First Ruzv — Murra , Ciray, Srmke, Mevei , (iarcia, and Bent. Si ' tiniJ Ro v: — Milan, Foster, Halise, F ' nlton, M’ilbur, Rnfrano, a n d Hovd. Third Ri)n.v — Manager West, Dayton, Christ, Church, Rtindfjuist, and Coach Silvia. Fourth Ro i: — Convne, llawkes, I. von. Hendee, Carver, and Kahn. Facino the usual difficult schedule with only six returniiiL: lettermen, Captain l.d Sm ke ’41 -’42 N.E. divinjr champion, Church, Runquist, Dockham, Hurrou hs, and Christ, Coach SiKia has utilized manv underclassmen in molding: his ’44 combination. ( )utstandint: are Convne, Ciray, Milan, .Meyers, and Rofrano. Fhe mermen were edf ed by Brown in an earl season meet. 57 ( ' S V, ' , ■ J {M i- h ' v; r u - ' T (1 3 g kV y " ■ ' c? ;a tM- V u ;v . 1 y w • e -■ y LO ' 4 ' X ■ : i ' -r jj- V ’ • W V V A C " ' : ..x ' ' " " ■ ' jy f . X Vx, 1 0 ” ' i yfi y-jr v.ky y “V i 4 ;y oj X . « ( - Ic-n c Congratulations . . . CLASS OF ’43 To each and every one of you, our sincere congratulations, and heartiest wishes for distinguished success in your chosen held ALBERT STEIGER COMPANY SPkIXCiFIELI) Massachusetts COLLEGE THE clp:aners OAKS HOTEL ' TARRY AWHILP:” Efficient . . . .• home for your parents, relatives. 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