Springfield College - Massasoit Yearbook (Springfield, MA)

 - Class of 1943

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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.

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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



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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.

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