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The Oracle

1933 Colby College Waterville, Maine


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PUBLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1933 c·OLBY ·COLLEGE WATERVILLE MA IN E

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FOREWORD In ages past the Oracle at Delphi foretold the march of events pre<licting the destinies of na­ tions and the fate of men.

History may be

repeating itself, for the ORACLE at Colby in a vivid pictorial way unfolds the activity of the college and the careers of its students.

And

while not infallible (what prophet ever is) our own ORACLE may indicate, by noting present interests, the future achievements of Colby's sons and daughters. -Leonard Helie.

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CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION CLASS RoLLs SORORITIES fRATERNITIES

HoNoRARY SocIETIES STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS WOMEN'S ATHLETICS MEN1s ATHLETICS FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS


To

Professor Julian Daniel Taylor a graduate of the College in the Class of 1868, and an active m e mber of the Faculty fro m his graduation to the day o f his death, October 13, 1932; inspiring teacher and warm friend of students over m any years; genera

us

benefactor

the College.

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Julian Daniel T aylor---Teacher 1864 ...Lincoln's second inaugural .. Grant hammering away all sum­ mer . . . the tide of battle definitely turning in favor of the North ...sol­ diers sifting back into New England. Waterville College ... three brick buildings on the Kennebec ... huge gruff President Champlin . . . four professors ... sixty-one students ... stoves and fireplaces ... water from the pump ... prayers at 6 A. M .... mental discipline ... classics, mathe­ matics, rudimentary science ...chapters learned by rote ... reading ...literary clubs ...three fraternities ...a new game called "baseball" ...horse play ...midnight escapades. In September, twenty-nine country lads and young bearded veterans, enrolled at the little college. One freshman was no stranger. Many times he had come across the covered bridge from Winslow and walked the dusty streets of Waterville.In the Academy, he had toughened his mind on Latin an<l Greek, and now at eighteen, ruddy and lean, with angular, long-jawed face and a lock of dark hair continually straggling down over his fine forehead, Julian Daniel Taylor matricu­ lated at Waterville College. Young Taylor was not conspicuous among his mates. He joined no fraternity and was elected to no class office. How­ ever, he took part in the debates and literary exercises of the Erosophelian Adelphi. On the Sophomore Baseball Club he served in the dual capacity of secretary and first baseman. The next year he played second base, but did not make the College Club. By his senior year, he had begun to emerge as one of the true scholars of his class and was graduated with the rank of English Oration (cum laude). He was class orator on Class Day, and at the Commencement Exercises deliv-

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ered an address which won first prize. His subject was "Epochs." That Commencement of 1868, how­ ever, marked one epoch in the history of the College which was not men­ tioned in Taylor's speech. The Trus­ tees in their annual meeting voted to retain this scholarly senior in the capacity of Tutor at a salary of $600 per year.And so in September, Julian Daniel Taylor began teaching Latin. The next year Memorial Hall was dedicated. The added endowment resulting from the Gar­ diner Colby gift had made possible various much needed improvements about the institution and some advances in salary. Tutor Taylor's work evidently had been satisfactory, for the Trustees increased his remuneration to $700. So he continued to teach Latin. The years passed by. He was promoted to a full profes­ sorship. Class after class sat under him and went out into the world with minds better disciplined, with-a consciousness of the necessity of using precise English, and with a concep­ tion of the classic beauty of the Latin tongue and letters. Whatever else they may have learned, his students knew that they had been in contact with a true scholar. And he kept on teaching Latin. The years passed by. Coburn Hall was erected. Shannon Observatory, Chemical Hall, a gymnasium and dormitories were added to the Colby campus. Women were admitted, and Foss Hall became a by-word. Athletics came to the fore. Presidents came and went. Modern equipment. New meth­ ods. New aims. New Curricula. But still Latin under Professor Taylor. The years passed by. His pupils began to take high places in the land. Judges, editors, missionaries, business men, scientists, teach­ ers, college professors, even college presi-


dents-eighteen of them-were chos­ en from the ranks of those who passed through his classes. Sons and daugh­ ters of his old pupils began to appear in his classroom to be greeted warm­ ly: "Yes, I remember your father.'' Sometimes followed by a quizzical look and: "I hope you are a better stu­ dent. '' Finally, the next generation began to arrive-the grandchildren of the young men who had sat before him. New generations, but the same Livy, Horace, Pliny, under the same

Profe sor

Taylor.

Fifty years passed by. At the Commencement Dinner of

1918, Chief Justice Cornish, chairman of the Board, in the choicest of tributes, announced that henceforth the chair of Latin was to be known as the Taylor Professorship of the Latin Language and Literature, "in order to link his name forever with the work which has been closest to hi

heart. "

Two years later, he presented his resignation to the Trustees. This they promptly, enthusiastically, and emphatically declined to accept. Therefore, Professor Taylor went on teaching Latin. The years passed by. 1931. Professor Taylor asked to be relieved of his teaching du6es. Finding that these really were becoming a burden to him, the Trustees engaged an associate professor of Latin. The old teacher, however, was not allowed to resign. Instead, he was promoted. Now, it was to be Professor-Emeritus Taylor. The news went out. Editorials applauded his lifetime of devoted work. The Royal Italian Ambassador sent congratula­ tions for his services in interpreting "the spirit of Mediterranean civilization.'' At the Commencement exP-rcises, the President


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presented him with a bound testimon­ ial of the admiration and affection of students, alumni, and administration. For minutes, the auditorium rocked with applause. Visibly affected, Dr. Taylor

could

only

say

chokingly:

"This is the greatest moment of my life!"

Nevertheless, when the next

September rolled around and the ad­ vanced Latin class took their places to

begin on Catullus, there in his accustomed chair on the platform was the venerable scholar. Pro­ fessor-Emeritus Taylor had not yet stopped teaching Latin. Another year passed by. Regularly, three times a week, Dr. Taylor and the senior Latin class met to translate the his­ tories of Tacitus. One 'Vednesday he did not come to the classroom and on the next morning the College flag hung at half mast. The campus mourned. Social and athletic events were suspended. On Sunday, services were held in the chapel for the lost teacher and then in the Church for the lost citizen. In the Pine Grove cemetery, he was laid beside his wife, for many years sacred to his memory, behind a monu­ ment on which, engraved in marble, were the classic lines: Heime et aestate et prope et procul usque dum vivamus et ultra.For the first time in 64 years, Professor Taylor was not teaching Latin at Colby College.

1946 ... the Mayfl.ower Hill campus ... Co1nmencement ...outside of Taylor Hall ...exercises commemorating the hundredth anniversary of his birth ...speech by the olde t living graduate . . . "/ knew him when-" . . . address by President-Emeritus Johnson ..."this campus ...realization of his dreams ...scholar ...friend ...representing C olb31's best traditions . . . . embodiment of Colby's finest aims . . . Julian Daniel Taylor ...a C olb31 legend."

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M.A. L.H.D.

President B.A. Colby Col l ege, 1 9 1 ; M.A., 1 894 · L.H.D., Colby Coll ege, 1 91 6: President

of Col by Col lege 1 929- · Member of Education Associat ion-

at ional Education

ssociation · Religious

fembe r of Phi Beta Ka ppa .

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Officers of the Corp oration Pre;ident FRANKLI

W 1 sLow Jo1-1

HERBERT ELIJ H

ON, LH.D.

Waterville

Vice-President and Ex-Officio Chairman W A DSWO R TH, B .A.

W i n throp Center

Secretary

CHARLES EDw. RD GcRNEY, LLD.

Portlanci

Treasurer FRA K

B AI LEY HcBBARD

Watervi lle

Board of Trustees Tenn Expires in 7933 GEORGE Ons SMITH, PH.0. REx W1LDER DoDGE,

Wa hi ngton, D. C . Portla n<l Portland

B .S.

CHARLES EDWIN G RNEY LLD. -, LL.B. WARREN COFFIN PHILBROOK, LL.D. EVERETT c R LTO HER R I CK, D . D . A NGI ER L o 1 GooDwIN, B.A.

CARRO L L NoR 1 A N PERKI

Watervil l e Water ille ewton Centre, Mass. Boston Mass. Newton Centre, M ass. ugust..1 ewton Centre, Mas . Hartford, Con n . Water ille Houlton

WoooMAN LR.\DB RY, D.D.

WALTER ScoTT WYMA , M .S. FRA K WILLI l\l PADE LFORD,

D.D. C HA RLES FREDERICK T. SEAVER ' M.A. GEORGE Go0Dw1N A vERI L L, M .D. CHARLES PUTNAM BA RNES, LLD. RALPH A L RI N BRAMHALL, B.S.

Portland Wellesley, Mass.

*HELEN HANSCOM HILL, M.A.

Term Expires in 1935 Allston, Mas . Waterville W i nth rop Center W i nth rop Ce nter Chicago, HI. Portlan<l Boston, Mass.

WI LLIAM CAMPBELL CRAWFORD L.H .D. CHAR LES EDSON OwE , D.D. HARRY THOMAS JOR DAN,

B .A .

HERBERT EL IJAH WA D W01lTH, B.A.

HENRY HoYT

H1LTON, LLD.

W1LFORD GoRE CHAPMAN, J R.,

HcGH DEAN McLELLAN, LLB.

LLB.

FREDERICK ALBERT POTTLE, B .A. *ETHEL HAYWARD

New Haven, Con n . Mad ison

W ESTON, B.A.

E l ected by Col b y A lum nae Association.

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Committees of the Trustees Standing Committees Academies MEssR . DAR:-.IE , WH I TTEMORE, OwE

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Buildings and Ground; MESSR . HUBBARD, AVERI LL, V\' DSWORTH

Campus Development PRE IDE T JoH •so:-.r, MEssR . PADELFORD SEAVERN , WADSWORTH, WvMAl". VERI LL, HI LTON, Consulting Member: MR. HERBERT S. P H I LBRICK

Commence m en t PRoFE OR W E EK S, PARM E. TER, AsH CR.HT, WEBER, MEssR . PADEL FORD }ORDAi'

Examining Com mittee "MESSRS. G R EY, CR \\'FORD P H I LBROOK

Finance Committee ME RS. HUBBARD, BRAUH ALL AVERILL, 'vVADSWORTH

Honorary Degree.; f E R . PADEL FORD, BAR 'ES PRESIDENT JOHNSON

Instruction PRE I D ENT J ottNso , D EA ' MARRINER

Investment PRE I D ENT JoH N o , MEssR . P ERK I N

AvrnrLL Huss RD, MURRAY

omination; PRE I DENT JoH

1EssRs. SMITH Wn.. 1A1'

Professorships PRESI DENT JoHNSO

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Prudential MESSR . HERRICK. H1LTOK

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CLAREN E H YWARD WHITE, M. . Lirr.D.

Professor of the

Greek Language and Literature Bri,tol ca dc.:rny , Taunton, 1a>s.; B.A., Amher t ollcgc, I 6; M.... 1902: Lit t. D. (Hon.) o lbr College, 1929: Imtructrir in . reek . ..\rnll<N High School, J �- 6; Imtructor in L at i n and rreck, Howen cho0l, Hanford. Conn., I 6- /: I n, tr uno r in Latin and Greek, arleton Col­ lege, orthfi::l d, Minn., I 7-91; L at in Ma�tu, \V . orce,ter 1\ca dc m �, Worcester. Mass. . I 91- l902: P rof or of Gre<:k, 'olby olle •e. 1902-; Mcmbu of the Phi Bet,1 Kappa ociet)'·

GEORGE FREEMAN PARMENTER, P1-1.0.

.

D .,

Mnrill Professor

of Chemistry ni1. I 'JiJIJ, M.A.: Brown B . . . Ma ;. gr ic . Colle g e. I 5100: l:lo;ton niv. i902; Ph.D .. 1903: D . . (Hon.) olby , l'Jl6: In.tructnr in hem· i>try, Mas>. g ri c. Co llqre, 1900-01: ln,truct r 111 he,ni>try, Brown L'nil'. I901-03: A.-ociatc Prok>Mff cf hc m ist r) , oiby o llcg e , !903-0-l: Jvlerrill I rofe,.or of hcrni try. Colby o l lrge, 1(0-l-: Fc:ll0w, \nierican . 5,oc.:i,1rion for the: Ad1·anccmrnt f Science; ember nf N.-w England Society of hemi try Teachc:rs. 111cric:1n hemical , ocILt). ,1nd 1-Ionoraq , cicntific ociety of ig111:1 X1.

\i\T EK TER CH ESTER,

1. ., Profes.;or of Biology

Bulkeley High chool. New London, nnn.: H.t\., Col)!'at Uni1· r ity, 190U: M.A .. Harl'ard Unil"cr,ity. 190 : lmtructor in Biology, olby cademy, I 00-1 U2: Bond Foundation Lecturer in Biology, Bangor Th eo lo :.: ic.:al erninan'. I511-l-: Instructor in Biolocrv. olbv. I 03-0"): A, o­ ciatc Probsor of Biology, I 05-1 ; Profcs M �( Biolocr�·. olby Co lleg e , J910-: iicmber of Phi Beta Kappa Society.

THOMA. RRYCE A HCRAFT, PH.D.,

Professor of Mathematics

Wingate High School, I 03: Wake For st College (N. C.) 1906: Ph.D., johns Hopkin Univcr ity, 1911: Principal. W ingatt· High choo!. J906-07; Instructor, Ba lt imore Po l yte chnic Institute. J 10-l l: A'snci�te Prote sor, Colby, 19J l- l3; and Profe"or of M::ithematic, Colby, 1913-: Member of American Mathematical Society, Mathematical As ociation of olb) America. and Phi Beta Kappa Societ); Purcha :ng Agent ol the :\thleric As ociatjon.

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HERBER'!' CAllLYLE LrnBY, B. \., L1TT.D.,

Profe.;so1 of Public

Speaking Colby College, 1

98-1 900; C u r r y School of Ex pre sion: B.i \., 1-!an :ml I �O.J; D.Lin .. Collw College. 19 1 9: Su•.1er i n tendent of Public · School , W atervi lle. 1 902- 1 2 : In tructor in Vocal culture. Bangor Theo­ logical Seminary. 1 909-20; Instructor in Public Speaking. 1 909-12: A>­ ,i.t a n t P ro f e s. o r. 19 1 2- 1 3: Professor of Public peakin.l!, Col b y 1 9 1 3-: Registrar, 1 9 09-21; Ednor of College Catalogue, 1 9 1 7-IOZ-: Editor o f C o ll ege,

Colby Al11m1111s.

lATIIANIEL ERNEST WHEELER, M.Sc.,

Professor of Physics

Colby Academy (Nn London . •. H.); B. ., Col y Col le_'!e, 1 9WJ: R . Sc. McGiJ: U niver it). M . Sc. . 19 l I; Demonstrator in P hy sics, Senior Demon t rat o r , Lecturer in Phy ics. and istant Pr fes.'lr d Physics. M Gill Univcr i t y , 1909- 1 920; As , oci ate Protessor of Ph ysic . Colby Colle¥e. 1 920-21 · P r ofe s so r l,f Phy,ics, Colbr, 1 92 1 -: Fellow of meric:in A ocia­ tion for the Advancement of Science; Member American , oc:a ti o n of Physic, Teachers: rncr i ca n thsnciation of U niversity Profes>ors. merican Physical S ocie t y : and Society for t h e Promoti >n of Enginee r i n g Education: \lpha T:iu Omega Fraternity.

C. HARRY EowARD , B.P.E.,

Profej·.;or of Physical Education

pnngfield (Mas>-) Y. M. C. A . College, 1 92 l: G rad uate work . Y. l niver<it)' ew York Uni,· e; i ty School of Physical E d ucati on ; at cho I Faculty, 1 93 1 ; Pro(e·sor of P h ysical E d u cati on .incl Summer c t o r, o( Ph)»i­ e r i D of Society r e b m e M -; 1 92 1 Dirlctor of thletics, Colby. B.P.E.,

.:al Educ;mon in College,.

ERNEST Ct:l\'IM!NGS M.\RRI�:ER B. \. Dean of Men B.A., Colby Collc�e, 19 1 3: Head o f E ng J i, h D e 1'a r t111cn t . Hrbrn n cademy, 1 913-192 1 : wi t h G i nn a n d C o. Educ::n1onal Pul l i shers. J'l2J-23; L:brarian a nd Professor of Bibliography, CoJb,· Co l l eg e ! CJ:' 3-l :z c : Chai rman of Administration Comm i t tee, 1928-1 Q29: Dean of Me n·� Di 1·i­ >i<•ll, 1929-: M e m be r Phi Ret:i K:ipp.1.

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Cu1n1 ·

H

'Gil Mo1rnow, P11.D.,

and Sociology

Professor of P.conomics

Mou nt Hermon chool, I 07· 13.A.. C l a r k Colkgc. 1910: M . A .. 'I.irk University, 1911; P h . D . , 192i; As i,tant 1n Hi�tory, Clark Col lq.rc. 19101912: Scholar, Clark "ni\er it', 1910-1912; 191-1-16: ummcr �cssion>. 1921, ·25, '26; As i�tant L:branan American Antiquarian . nciety, 191218 ; Hcatl of Department of Hi,tory and con mies, McJro,c Hi:.(h chool. I q I b-20: . !>So�iate Prole$50r a nd Head o[ the Department of EcC1nomic�. Co l by College, 192U-2-I: Professor of Economics :ind Soci log}-, c, lh�· ollcge, 1924 - : ecretary, olby Chapter of Pi JOmma M u ; M ember of 1he American Economic A nciation. and The.: rncrin1n ·ociological So ciety.

CARL )EFFER 01

\VEBER, M.A.,

(Oxon), Roberts Professor of

English Literature

ni\-cr>it�, l<l!-l: B a l timore C:ty C liege, 1910 · B.A., Joh n s Hopkins Queen' College, Oxf rd Univer�ity, B . A . 1916; M . A .. 19"0: l nstructo1 in English, Colby Colle"e, 191 -19: As si ta n t I'rote or of Eng Ii. h, Colby Collegc, I 19-20: A ist:int in E nglish, joh ns Hopkin. University, 192021; J n,,t ru cto r rn English. United tatcs Naval caderny, 1920-22 : ln­ �tructor in Literatu re, J h n Hopkin University Summer chool. 1923. '25 ssi tant Prote•sor a n d ·2 ; Uni1 er.it\' of Maine ummer choc•I, I 932; Colby. 1922-23; A� o ciate Profes•or, 1923-25; Profess r of English. I t25 · : Secretary, Colby Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa: Director of o l l ege Extemion Cour,es. 192-1-2 ; Editor of the College Catalogue, I 9Z--3 : Me1 11her nf the Mndern Language . s'ociatio n , the 'ational Council of Teachers oi English, anti t h e American As soc:ation of Univer·it) ' Profrs ors.

Enw.\RD

HENRY

PERKIN , P1-1.D.,

Professor of Geology

13 ., We.leyan lJnivcr>ity. 1912: P h . D .. Yale Uni1·crsity. 1919; Jn structor in Chemistry anti Geolo")', Rhode blnntl tate o l l ege. J 91- -! . and A sistant Profe �or, 19 1 -19: Profe sor of Gcolo,!)", V'e,tern Ontario UniveT'Sity, 1919-20: As :stant Geologi t, U . S. G�ologi t, U . . Geological Survey, 1919-25; A sociate Professor, l 92U-26, and !'rofc�-,or of ,eolog) ·' Colby, 1926-; A i�tant State C�<,logi,1, I 92 Q - ; Gcolnf.'i't· . tare Higl" •ay nu ncil, ommittee� Material Survey, 1930-: Member Tatjonal Re"earch on Fi::ld Data of Earthquake . 192 - ; and Commiw·e of Tlatholithic Problems. I 930: Member Amencan Mi neral<>gical Sncid ) ; American Orn:tholo"i'� Union; American ociety of Mammalogi-,t:,: Fc.llo"'', c_;co­ logKal Society of AmeriLa.

EDWARD

JosEPH CoLGAN,

M.A.,

Professor of Education and

Psychology

M;.is . I n t. Tec h n log y , 1905-06; B . A . Harvard College, 1917: l\.M .. H arvard U niversity, 1920; Univer it)' of Lyons. 19l'l: 1-laiv:irtl Graduate School of Education, I 920-1921; University of Pari,. 1921-1922: Principal of Gillett (Ark.)

High School, 1912-13· Princip:il of De Queen (Ark.) Hii.:h Sc h ool, 1913- l 'l; Head of Department of PhiJo,ophy and Education. A l fred Univer•ity, A l f red, 1• Y .. I 22-24; Profe.sor of Education, Alfretl Univer�itv, Summer Sch,101. 1923 and 1924; Associate Profes�or of Educa­ tion, Co l i 1� Col l ege, 192'1-2 ; Profc�sor ot Education, 192 -: Profe"or of 11 i1c r, ity of Ver111unt Su111n1cr Sd1ool 1927, '28 . .. Z\I. ·.rn. Fduc:1tio11, '31; Member of ational So..:iet y of Co l lege Teacher, o( faluc,ttinn, lcw England Society College Teachers of Education, American As,ociatinn of Uni1T1»ity J>rofeswr-,. Department of Supcrintcntlcncc of 1• E. A. mcri­ Glll A ,nciation for the Advancc111en1 o f Science, 1 lonorar · Ed u cational Fraternity of Phi Delta Kappa, and Kappa Phi Kappa.

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T1N ETTA MAY RuN NAL , M.A. LnT.D., Dean of Women, Professor of Education B. ., Colby College, 1908; M .A., Columbia University, 1920; Litt.D., Colby, 1929; Supervisor-of-Mathematics Diploma; Preccptress, Foxcroh Acadenw, 190 -II; Preceptres , M a i ne Central lcstitute, 1911-16; General ecreran·, Y. \• . C. A . , Lewiston (Me.) 1916-17: In tructor in Mathe­ matics, Highland Hal l (Hollidaysburg, Pa.) 191 -20; Dean of \\'omen, Colbv o l leg-c, 1920-26, and 192!:<-; As>istant Profe sor of Mathematic>. Colb · College, J920-23; Profes,or of Mathematics. l 23-26: Dean of Women and As>o iate Professor of Education, H i l l scl:ile College (Mich.), 1926-2 ; M i , S::iyward 's School (Philadelphia,) 1927-2S): Profts or of Education, Colby Col lege, 1928-; Member of Phi Beta Kappa Society; Mcmbrr Nationai A,soc iation of De::ins 1,f Women, Boar<l o( Education of the Northt rn Bapti,t Conv::ntion, and American � �>ociation of Uni1·rr�:t)' \Vomcn.

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W1LL1 A M J oHN W1LK1i soN, PH.0., Professor of History College Grammar School, Bruokirn, . Y.; B. Litt., W i l l iam and Mar\' Col lege, 1902: M.A., Columbia Un iver ity, 1907; Ph.D., 1924; Honorar): . We,leyan Univer ity, M .A .. Wa hington College, LLD.; Instructor in LatLn :ind Greek, Wil l iam and Mary College, 190 -17; Ed11cational Di­ rector, Camp Hancock, 1917-1 ; Instructor, Army Eclucatior.al Corps, A . E. F., Beaune, rrance, 191 -19; Lecturer in Histor . \Vcslcvan Uni­ ' versity, 1919-23; Profcs or of H istory, Uni er,ity of Vermont. ·ummcr school, l<J23-25; and winter scs. ion 1928-2 ; Asso iare Probsor, 1 24-25; and Profes or of History, Colby Col lege, 1925-2 ; and 192 -: Member of the Phi !:\eta Kappa Society, American HiHorical A<,ociation. and Political Science A ociation; New England Hi tory A»e>ciation; Foreign College As oc1ation.

FLORENCE

E. DuNN, M.A., Professor of English

B.A., Colby, I. 96; N. Y. Stat::- Lihrary School ; M.A., Radcliffe, 1Y22; D.Litt., Colby Coll ege, 192 ; Teacher, Watervi l le High School , I %1900; ln>rructor in Latin, Colby, 19(19-12; Instructor and Assistant Pro­ fes,or and Professor of Engl ish, Colby, 1922-; Member of Phi Beta Kappa Society American Lbrary As ociation, Modern Langua:,te Associ:Hion and National Council of Teachers of Engli,h; igma Kappa.

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Eucuo HELIE, M .A., Associate Professor of Fre11ch

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B.A .. McMa ter University, I S/05; M.A., Clark University, 1908; Fellow, Clark Univer it1', . 1908-09 · Harvard Univcrsit). 1910-! I; Instructor, Wor­ cester (Mass.) H ig h School, 1914-16; Instructor, orthea tern College (Roston), 1916-17; In truc:tor i n French Colby College, l'Jl7; In. tructor Roxbury Latin School, 1917-1 ; In tructor in French, 1918-20; A istant Profe,sor. 1920-22; and As,ociate Professor of French. Colb • College, 1 922-

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Eu TI

nTHUR GALE

,

M.B.A., Associate Professor of

Business Administration B.:\., i,tration,

olb) 1926;

ollege,

M . B . A . , Harvard chool in Economic , Colb,•

I n;.rruc tor

of

B u ine;, Admin1921-25: Jn­

ollcgc:

�lructor in Hu inn dm ini Cration, ortheast�rn U n in·nit ), Ill25-2 1; I n, tructor in Bu,in " dmini,trntion. Colby, I926-27: As,ociatc Profe_,or. J 927-: M cmbC' r Kappa Phi Kapp:t ,o ict) and Phi B::-ra Kap1 �.1 • n.;iel) ' .

LESTER F1u K vVEEK

) M. \.,

Associate I'rofe.iSOr of Chemistr.

H.A . . Colby College, 1915: M.A . . J:-Iarvard niver,iry, I I6; tu<lie'd at Cornell. llJ20-22; lmtructor in C h emi ,t r) ' . University of Maine, ICJI6-17; hcmi,try, niver icy of M aine. l 917-I : ,,j,cant Profess r of Chemi,tn. Colby, 19 I -20 and 1922-2 : A"o..:iate Prof , or, 192 - : Mcmb'.·r if Phi Beta Kappa cKiety. 1\>s"tant Protessor of

Evrn ETT F1 K Srno Languages B.

·

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We;leyan

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D.A. rlssociate Professor of Modern

niver>:t)

I 9I

St udi ed

at

Columbia,

! 920-21;

Studied abro:Jd. I92I-22: U ni ve r,ity of Toulou e, France, diploma, 1922;

Ma ter in French and Spa ni,h , alisbuq• School ( Co nn. ) I 91 -20; Horace Mann chool ( . '. Y.) I920-2I; In cructor in Rom:ince La nguages, Colby College. I Y22-2 ; As oci:ite Prufe or. 192 -.

CECIL Ace

Tc

ROLLINS, M.A.,

Associate Profe:;sor of English

l:l , Colby Col l ege, I 17; M.A., Harvard U n i,· ersity . 1923; Prinr ipal, Sedgwick (Me.) High chool, 1914-I5· Teacher of Larin and History H ebron Acadtm y , 1917-18; Instructor in Latin and Enolish, 1924-lt'i, .·h­ ,i,cant Profc>wr of English, Colby. 1926-30; A ·sociate Profes or ot Eng­ lis h , Cnlb) . 1 9 3 1 - : Member, ano na l Coun..:il of Teachers ot Engli h; Drnma League ot Ameri ca; Phi Beta Kappa Society.

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JoHN

FRANKL! r

1cCoY,

LA. Associate Professor of Modem

Languages Uncler,l!radu�te, Lafayette Col l ege, Ea ton, Pa., 1916-17; \.B., Pri nceton U n i ven.i ty ( . ].) 1922: .M., Harvard . 1923· Attended . Y. University, 01 \'Cr it)' of Fr:inkfort-on-the - M a i n, Frankfort, Ger­ . . Y . : 1923-24: m a n)', 19T. ertificatc: Uni versity Mu nich. Germ a n y, 1925, Certificate; ln>tructor i n Ger m a n . New York niversitv 1923-2-l, and su m111er se111e>­ . ter I ';;126: ln>tructor in Germ:rn. H a r v a rd Uni ver>ity. 1926-30: As ociate Profe>sor of Modem Language> and Head of Dep.1rt111ent, Cn!b', 1930-.

HA�

C1-m15T!A ' THORY,

M.A., 1s.wcic.te Profe.isor of Latin

A . B. Uni enity of Illinoi>, 1920; M .A., U n i versit · of Michi.,an, 19� i l l a Gro,·e High chool (Ill.): Central Teachers' College (Mich.): Boss:: High School (Ind .): Male High School ( K •.); A»istant in Museum of la>sical Archaeology, Uni versity of Michigan: Phi Beta Kappa.

\\71:-.:n-rnop H MOR STA N L E Y ,

B.A., rls.ii>·tant Professor of

Phy:;ics State Normal chool. Far111ington. (Me.) 190-l: R • .-\.. nive.rsity of M a i ne. 19 10: Uni,·cr>it} of Maine Su111111er School. 191-l, and 1 CJI5: M a�. Jn t. of Technolngy, u111111er cha 1, 1922; Sub-111a ter, Nnrway 1-li,(!h chc>0I. JSJU7-U';;I: Pr;ncir·a l , GreeO\·ille High Schnol, I 10-13: Teacher of Science, We>tbruok High chool. 1913-J 7: Teacher of Physics, Deering High School, .1917-20; I f1>tructor and As i>tan t Profe sor E Physics, C lby Col lege. 1920-: An1erican Phy�ic�l ociety, American A, ·ociation of Ph} >ic, Teachers.

Phi

Beta

Kai pa

Society:

B.D., S.T.1 L ,fssistant Professor of Religion a11d Director of Religious Activities

H ER BE R T LEE NEW IA ,

B.A.. Colby College, I 1 : B.D.. 1922, and S.T . M . , I Y2 , Ne1 ton Theological In titu tion: Pa> tor. Hebron Academy, l ! 9; Pastor, Worcester (Mass.) 1919-22: Instructor i n Biblical L i terature, l 22-26, and A si tant Professor of Religion, Colby, 1926-: Direct<Jr of Religious .'Lti\'itie. ; Mem­ ber of rhe Society of Bibl ic a l Literature and Exegesis, the _tional ss cia­ tinn of Biblical ln,tructors. the Ameri�an Orien t::d Sncicty, :ind the Reli­ giou; fducation Association.

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T1-10

1A

Mon

G n 1 F F r T t L , M . A .,

1ssistant Profersar of

Hi,·tory W i l l ia m Jcwcll o l legL U . A . 1 9 1 2 ; M. \., ! 9 1 3 ; Roche tcr fhcologic:il Scm i n. i ry. B . D . , 1 9 1 6, :i n d Fe l l ow. 1 92 3 -2 5 : M . A . , ! L1 rv.1rd n i v::r, i t y, I lJ 2 5 : J\,,i,t.1nt I r fr,'>()r of I i• to r y, Col by College, 1 926-.

LowaL Qu11 TON HA Y N E

M. \ ., 1 3 . D ., , /n1su1111 Professor o_f

Phllowplry B . A . . Wake Fore>t CCllle!l"<:. 1 9 1 1 ; M . A . , 1 9 1 3 : ,r:iduale . tucknt, ,eorge PcaboJv o l l ege l·or Te:Jcher , u rn mer I� 1 5 , ;ind ! 92 0 ; B.D., Newton Thcc.logic:il l mtitution. 1 92 4 ; P r i nci p.1 1, Round H i l l Acad e m y ( . C. ) , 1 9 1 3 - 1 5 ; 1 u dcnt, outhern l h p t i t Tht:ological Se m i n ar� , J ') J - . 1 6 : A, oci:He P r i nci p a l , I-la) woo d I n t i t u tc (1 . .) 1 9 1 - I : P r i nc ipal, Wat::tll_!! ::t r\cad e m r ( Te n n . ) , 1 9 1 -22. P:i tor B u t l e r Tenn. ) , 192()-- � : P.1,ror. l-i r t Bapti t C h u rc h , M a ns fi e l d ( M :i, . ) , 1 92 4 -r : I n>tructor i n P h i l o,oph y , olb)' Col l ege, 1 92 5 -2 ; !h>i\l:lnt Profc,_01-, I '12 - .

W.\I.T ER N E L' O N B1<E KE ' RI DGE,

f . A ., .

fssistant Prof P.•sor of

Economics B . . , Tuft,, in Economics om ic>, Colby t he mcrican

F. r . l\ c F. R C1-t A P l\IJ\ N \,Vr\RRE

•,

Coliegt, 1 92 6 ; M . . , Tu fts, I lJ2 ; Bra k e r Teac h i ng F e l l a\\. and ciology. T u ft, College, l 92 -2 ; l n>tructor in Econ ­ Col lege, 1 92 - 3 0 ; As i,,tant Profe�sor. I 3 0 - : M e m ber uf Economic A >ociation and of the Phi Beu K<1('pa o iety.

S.B., /lssi.•tant Professor of

lvf athematics S . B . , Mas .. I n,t. Tec h nology, 1 9 2 6 ; Assistant l n;truccor i n P h y,ic , M. I. T., 1 92 6-2 7 : I ns t ructor in M a t h e m a tics, M a n l i u Schooi. 1927-28 ; l n>tructor i n Mathemat ics, Col b y C l kgc, 1 9 2 - rn ; A>oi tant l ' roft-,sor ot M a t h e m atic,,, I 30-; Mcmbt"r I at1onai CCl u n c i l ot Te:ichers of M a l h e- ­ m atics, rncrican ��ociacicr. of U n ivc r,ity Profe,,or,, 1atinn:d So•:iety oi. Col icg Teach1:rs of E d uc a tion .

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EPH SEL\\ YN

r BBOTSO ', B. \., B .S., Libraria n , Assistant

Profe.iSOr of Bibliography A . B . , Ham i l ton Sen ice. l 3 0 .

College.

1 9_ 9 ;

B . .. C l u mbia

CoR I ' N E B . \

ni \-crsity ot Libr:H}

N

OR L\ N ,

Director Physical Educaiton for

vT'ome11 chool of G y m na�:ic�:

Lake Erie Colle<Te; Boston �ormal

G i l be r t

c!1ool

of Dancin2: M a ro-aret Mo rri. on Carne2ie School ,,f Tec h nolo� \ : U n i \•ersit \· Education. Y. \V. C. A�. P:mburg l� 1 90 5 - 0 7 : W i n c h c ter choo:. Pimburgh. 1 90 - - 1 9 : H ig h l a n d H :i l l Schooi. 1 9 1 9 -2 1 : Mary C. \ h eel er chool, PrnviJence, R . I.. 1 92 1 -::. 2 : Jn tructor

of P i ttsbu rg h : Director of Ph ysical

i n Hygiene and P h y sic a l Educat ion,

L FRED

m

K1

' G Ctt P J .'\

' M.

olby. 1 91 2 - .

. , Instructor i11 English

13.A., Cal by o l lege, 1 925 : I . A . . Han·ard Ern.: l i h. Co l by Colleg-(.. I 2 -; Member of

n i versi t � ,

I \12 .

:

In tructnr

Phi Beta K:ipp:i Socin,·.

C c LL E!'I DRY N T COLTON

M.

. Instructor i11 F.nglislz

A . Fl . . North �arol : n a n i ve r iry 1 92 -1 : :\ . L ! I a n rd ' n i , er'i'' · 1 °30 : l mt rucror. V i rg i n i a Epi,cop.11 .:hoo l . 1 92 -1 - 1 9 2 11 : C r:;u 1 C'Ck Prep:tr.Hon c h ool ( � . Y. ) . 1 92 6 - 1 1 2 ; Ti l ton c h oo l ( . H . ) , J ll 2 c - 1 9_ n . lolb) College. 1 93 0 - .

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GR. cE R uTH Fo TER, M .

.

Instructor

1 11

Hygiene and

Psychology Co l by , 1921: M.A., 192 6 : Har1 arcl u m n 1 c r chool. I 927; U n i \'er it 1, B u ffo l o F.. tcn,i0n CouN:�. 1 927-28: Col u m bia n i v n ity 1. 02 -19 ; l n � t r ucto r . U n i ver;it)' of B u ffa l <>, I n2-27: 5 S I S ta n t Col u m bia n i 1·crsity. 1 9 2 , -30; l n mun r i n 1:-l y�icnc, Colby. 1 � 30-.

of

Gonoo N W1 '. LOW SM I T H

M . A .,

Instructor in Modern

Languages A . B . Boston U n i ver Jt\". 1929: Stud ied in Fra nce. l n i 1·c r<.ie cl P:iri;, . Ee. le Libre de Science Pol itiqucs, 1 92 -29; .M . . Harvard n i \'crsit), 1 930 ; I n structor, Colby, 193 - .

W.\LL CE MoRTON KELLEY. M .S., B . .,

M idd le bu r r Co l l ege ,

Georgia, I 29-30: I n tn:ctor of School. I c 30: I n tructor ol by, 1 930-.

LF.w 1 s H rnMA

13.S. , Co l by ,

K L E I N HOLZ, B .S.,

1 930.

I ns t ructor

lustructor in Biology

in Biology, Colbv.

1931 - .

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Instructor in Chemistry

M . . , 1930: I n structor. C n i "cr,i<r of hcm :str)' . Mid<llebun· C0llege S u m m e r

1929:


C H A R L E MAN N I

'G,

.

M .A., Instructor in Eng/Jsh

S . B . , Tufts College. 1 92 9 ; A.M .

H a n· ard U n iver,ir�·. 1 ')3 1 .

F R EDERICK MARTI

P H ELPS, J R ., M.B.A. 1 nstrurtor in B�t:iiness

Administration A . B . , U n i versity of Mich igan, 1 9 2 6 · M . B .. ., J 92 7 : A si,tant i n Econ · omics, U niver·ity of I l l i nois, 1 93 1 ; l n strnctor n u � i ne \J 111 i n istrati0n, Colby, 1 93 1 -.

J o H . W H I T E THOMAS, B.A., Director of Music B . A . , Bowdoi n College, 1 9 1 5 ; Director of M u ,ic, Co l by College, 1 93 l - .

�' ;

, :

.

P H I L I P STEWART B rT H Ek B .A., Instructor of Modern Languages

..

.

,,

'

B.A .. Colby College, 1 9 3 0 : I mtructor in Latin :i nd French, M t . Hcrm:tn Preparatory School ; Exchange . tudent U n i ,·ers i n· f G ic,,�n, G e r m a ny.

. . . 'C·· �·.

� '

l 9_ J · I n st ructor of Mockrn Languages, Col b y Col l e1'e, 1 93 2 - .

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FRAK K B A I L E Y H " B BJ\ R D Treasurer

R A L P 1 1 A LL E _

l\ J �Do t- A L O

/ s.;isu:nt Trea.•urer

H J\ R R I"O . AVERY Si\ l ! T l l

Assistant Treasuter

M A LCOLM B E M I S MowER

\J;_

Registrar

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SARAH \V. PART K 1 C K House Manager and Dietitian

GAR F I ELD C EC I L GooD.\ R D B.

.

Alu m ni Secretary

Jo.

EPH CoB1.'R.' S1\aTI- r ,

IVL \ .

Director o f Publicity

Jor-rN ODED P1PER,

M.D.

College Ph ysician

\ uc E

f.\Y Pt11 1

T0 :-.: ,

i\ f . A .

llum 11ae Secretary

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I

lj


7Jeloved Colby, as we stand to leave

7'hy

sheltered care, to venture forth alone

Upon unchart�d ways as yet u n k n own,

7'hy gracious hlessi1ig we would now receive. 7'hat in tlz e greater work of life, we m ay c.Acli ieve th e visions that are ours tcday.

-Leonard T-1elf(:

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SENIOR CLASS OFFI C E R S Ro AMO

Presiden t

o

F ULLER BARKER

R TH PuLLE

Vice-Pres1:dent

EDITH MAY HosKI

Secretary-Treasurer

·

Senior Class Histor y For fou r yea r our l i ves have been haped w i t h i n Mother Col by' hal l s . New i nsights in l i fe have bee n gai ned, friends h i ps formed a nd experiences have come which e will alwa s t reasure. But now the world beckons to us and we m ust a n wer the ca l l . Rel uc­ tantly we leave the associations of our col lege years, ta k i ng with u s a host of cheri shed memories. We are not fearful or dow ncast u pon our departure for we w i l l take with us a n enth us:asm a nd i sion that our Alma Mater bestows u pon her daughters. Equi pped with the u n d y i n g spirit of Colby we w i l l face the d i fficult ies which may confront us con fi ­ d e n t t hat u l t i mate success w i l l c rovv n our efforts.

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S E N I O R CLASS OFFICERS ROBERT KARR w ALKER

President THERO

Vice-President

.

Secretary-Treasurer

R1cHARD Sn cHFIELD

How ARD Eowr

WATSO -

Senior Class Hi stor y T he c rest of a wa\'e of pro perity a n d u n heard of opt i m i s m S\ ept i nto Co!by i n 1 929. mid the foam as the c rest b roke emerged the presen t Se n ior clas as F res h . 1e n . A h , how o fte n we have sa id, "those good old days '-y et despite beer bills a n d e ra h i ng markets and free w heat a n d armies of u ne:11 pl oyed, t h -:: prese n t class has fou nd College to h:i e gi,·en u:; a wea l t h of idea l s ; of frie nd s h i ps · of never to be forgotten student days. We haYe stud ied · we have played · v e have com peted aga i n st each other and the time has now come when we a re to assume ne\ roles in, to u s a n u n known vvorl d . T o t h e future we l ook wi thout fea r. O u r b u rdens w i l l always seem l ighter w h e n our memor

curie

u s back to t hose days spent withi n old Colby.

books may be forgotten but the friendships a nd

:i

Facts glea ned fro:n text­

sociat ions formed here ' ill a lway,;

e n d ure.

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L B ERT E D W A R D ACI ER -o

Phi Delta Theta BROOK LY.

Ew YoRK

M y•t1n: I ntcrfratcrnit\· Ra,ketba l l I, 2 , 3 . -1: l n tc rfratt:rnity Track I , 2 ; I n ter f ra terni t y Soccer I : 2 : Varsity Football I : a rs1ty T r:ick ! ; Head .hccr Leader: V:1rsi t y Cluh: Cheer Leader·s Swc:itcr.

CAR L W I 1 F R ED

Alpha

Tau

C K LEY

O m ega

F.A. I R FI F.LD, M A I

E

Fre,h111:in Football J . Var ity Basebal l I , 2 ; Var i ty Football 2, 3: \'ar­ sity Hockey I , -I; N u meral I : l ntcrfraternity 13o w l i ng 2, 3; l n terfrate1 nity Basketbal l 2 , ·l : I ntcrfrarernit\' Hockey 3; Mathematic� Club.

ESTA LOU f SA ALOE

Sigma Kappa W ESTFI ELD,

EW } ER F.Y

Cla>s President I ; Y. W. C. A . l , 2, 3. 4 ; H e a l t h League 1 , 2, 3, 4 : tudent Go,·crnment -1 . Eclio I . 2 , 3 . 4 . Women's Editor 4 ; Dean's List J, 2 3, 4; Chi Gan1 111a Theta : Ju n ior Play 3; ORACLE Roa rd 3 ; Da�ghter of Colby, President 4: Pi Gamma M u ; Wearer of C. H. L.· Colby Night S pea k e r 2; Ha m l i n Prize peaking Contest I ; Coburn Prize Speaking Conte. t 2; Hockey I 2: I n te rnational Relations . Club 3 .

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FRA -crs R I C H A R D A LT I E R I

Kappa Delta Rho w.\TrnBuRv CoN N . Lehigh U n i' er,i t y ; l n terfr::1ternity Bow l i ng 2 . 3 . -+ : Intertrnt<' ri i c y Soc­ cer 2 . 3 : Inter-Racial Club 3. -! .

ELLIS M A LCOLM ANDERSO

Alpha Tau O mt>ga HocL TON

MAINE

R i c k e r J u nior College: M ystics : G l e e Club 2 : Echo 2 ; B o x i n g 2 , 3 : Track 2: ln terfrarernity Baseball 2; l n terfratern i t\' Touch Footbal l 2; Mathrmar irs Club; Dram:nic A n Cl u b ; I n ter-Racial Cl u b -+.

M

RI \ I G LE

N

RCHER

Phi Mu Bo TON , MA

ACl-I

SETTS

Y . W. C. A . I , 2 , 3 , -+ ; Health League l , 2 . 3 . 4 : Hockey 2; Voi l e \' Bal l 2 ; Wearer of C. H L . : Cla s Numera l s ; Honorable Mention in Gy•n Meet I, 2; Glee Club 2; Ger m a n Club 2 , 3, 1; En)!lish Club 3 .

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R UTH H EL E

T

HL

Y

Sigma Kappa v..; TERV I LL E M1\ 1

'E

Y . 'v\I. C . A . I . 2 , 3 . -I : Hea l t h Lca_!! u c l , 2 , 3 , -I : C]J,, I l t 1c k c y I , 2 , pcc:db:i l l I , 2 . -1 : C l :.i , B a kctbJ l l I , 2 , 3 , -1 . 'apta i n l : Volk> l:b ll I , 2 ;

3 , -I ; H ono ra bl e Men tion i n G } m 1ccc I , 2: Dann D a u g h ter, of Col b y ; Col br Day P l .i y 3; Co111 1 1 1cn(�ll1cnt

G LA D Y S J OSEP H !

E

n111 P 1 i •rec 2, 3 : 2 : M.1;q11c.

Pby

ElU L L

Alpha Delta Pi G RDI NER,

MA I N E

. H. L. : Health I , 2 , 3 , -I ; \. carer of Lea((ue J , 2 , 3 , -1 ; Orche,t r:i I. 2 : C i r c l e Fra n c a i 3 : Deut,cher Verein ' ; t u c l en t Library ch Ch;(pc! Piani,t 3 : I nternational Relation Club 3 , 4 ;

K a ppa A l p h a ; Y . W . C .

.

,i,ta nt -1 .

R O S M O! D F T.J L L E R B AR K ER

Sigma Kappa PRESQ UE I SLE, MA!�E Hea l t h Lea\!; u e L�atlcr I ; Chi Ga m m a Theta : Wearer .,r C. H. I .. 3 : S tu den t Government -I : Class Pres'.dcnt -I : Health Lc.tgue l , 3 . -1 : Spect l b a l l I : Aroostook C l u b : Da ug h ter. of C1 > l h r : M a y l h y Cum­ rn i ttec �. Tn.:;hurer o f

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C EC T L P

UL B E

TETT

Kappa Delta Rho SA N FORD MA I N E Colby Echo I . 2 . 3 , -!. K u s i nc. � M;i11o1•>cr 4 ; Epicu rea n , ; Good w i n Prize pea k i n " Contest 3; H a l lowell Prize Spea k i ng Contest 3; l ntf"rfr� tcrn i t )

Ba,eba l l 3 : l n terfr;i ternity T rac · 3 .

CHAR LOTTE LEONA BLOM F I ELD

Alpha Delta Pi Mo so ', MAss. Y . \Iv· . C. A . I , 2 , 3

-1; Health League I . 2 , 3 , -1; Hockev 1 ; Speed ba l l I . 2 ; Wearer o t C . H . L . : Cla;,s Numera l s ; Cla;,s Volleybal l �vlanager 4 : Honorablr Mention Gym Meet I : Y . W . C . A . P l a y I ; H � m l i n .. Prize Spcakmg Conte t, Second Prize I : Deutsi.:hcr Vcre i n 3; Studrnt P l ays 3 ; Colby : ight Play 3: M a , q u r 3. 4 : Busi nes Scaff of Powckr and W ig P l av 3: Busi ne, Staff of Com m cncrmcnt P i a �· 3; E ng l i h C l u b 3: Chairman M a y Day 3; Chairman Cla s Da nce 3.

V E R ro

LLOY D BOLSTER

Theta Kappa

u

SOUTH S E B EC, MAI ' E Kappa P l i i Kappa; D ru i d s : Upsi l o n Beta; Mathem at ics C l l l b ; l n terfra­ ternity Ba�eba l l 3, 4; l n trrfratr r n i t y occcr J, 2; l n tertraterniry Bow l i ng i ; H :i l lowc l l Prize Spea k i ng Conte�t.

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E V E LY

lJ G U TA GR

C K LF.Y

ST R o c M A I N E Y . \V . C. A I . 2 . 3 . -1 . Tre:.1'urn -l ; H�:i l t h League I . 2 , 3 , -l ; Hn_.l.;ey I , 2. 3 , -1. M a n a g e r 2: ol kyba l l I , 2 , 5, M a n ag e r I : Ba,kctba l l I , 2 , 3 : pced b:d l I . 2 . 3 : Wearer ot H. L.: CJ:i,, u m c ra l , .. W.: Reading R o o m .r i m m i t ccc 1 . -l; J u n:or l :i , , P l a y 3; H a m l i n Prize Sp< J k i ng Co n ­ lL't I : Kappa l pha : [ < :i n \ Li>t I , 2, 3. -l .

LEO

L

H BR

DBURY

Alpha Tau Omega B R I D EWATER

MAr

r

R ic k e r

J u n ior Col l eg- e : H a l lowe l l P r i ze pea k i ng Contest, 2 nd P r i z e ; Good w i n P r i ze: Spea k i ng Conce,r, 2 nd l r i z c : M u rr:iy l ' r i z c Debate. 1 ,t P rize: Debating q u a d 3: >St. P u b l i c pca k m g Dept. 3: Gcolo�y Club -l : K a ppa P h i Kappa 3 . -l : Secretary -l : Y . M . C. . 3 . -1 : ecretar)' 3 ; P m , i ­ dent -l : R:i,�ba l l I : Footba l l I : H a m E n P r i z e Spea k i n g 2 : l n ternatinnJI

Relations C l u b .

E T H E L D EM \RIS BR. GG Phi Mu FAI R F I ELD, Nf I i E Chi G a m m a Theta ; Wearer of C. l-f. L. : Honorable Mention in G m ! Meet I , 2 ; Dea n's Li t I , 2 , 3 ; Deutscher Verein 3 , -l; M a t h e m a t i c ci u b -l : Panhclknic As. ocia tion. Secretary-Treasurer 3 , P r e i d e n t -i .

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\ \ I E ESTH E R B R A W

Delta Pi

Lph a

THOMA

T01

MAI :--I E

Dea n · Li>t I . 2. 3, -! : Honorable �t'"ntion G1 m Meet I : E n g l i , h C l 1 1 b 3 ; P a n hel l e n ic Cou nc i l 2 : Wearer of C . H . L . : H ealth J.ea�11e i. 2 , 3 . -1 : Poc:try C l u b -! .

C \ R LETON D U TTON B R O\ ' , T

Zeta Psi W.-\T F.RVI LLJ:., ;\ifA I N I:. Echo 1 , 2, 3 : Y. M. C. A. I . 2. 3. -!: Cabinc:t 2. 3 ; E d i to r - : n -c h id Fre.din1tw Handbook 3 : P r c�s Club I . -1 : Presi dent -1 : I n te r national Rc:l;;­

t ion Club 2. 3: OR.�CLE 3, -! . Co Ediror -!: Deutscher \ erein 2. 3: Powder and Wig I . 2 , 3 , -! . Busi nc;,, M a nager 3: Combined !V lu �ical Cl u h l . 2 , 3, Gen. Mgr. 2; Camera Club 2 , -! . President 2 , -!.

\ ' E L 1 A BROW U . !TY

1 I 'E

\'111 l . 2 : \ ' . W . C . 1\ . 1 , - · 3 . -1 : oc ict1• Honorable M e n t ion l u b 3 : H � a l t h Lca�uc I. 2. 3, -l : Hou;� English carer o f C . H . L.: . 2. Francai, en: le Chairman Fo,tcr [-l < • U >C 3: Le Boa n .! 11 1 :111

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HERBERT K E

13RY \N

Delta Kappa Epsilon w

HI GTO

'

D. c.

Fn:,hman Footba l l ; \ a r,i t)' Footba l l 1, 3, i · V:ir it) J:l,1,ch.dl 1 , 2 ; Va r� i ty C l u b : Student ouncil 3 , i : '-1icc-Pn:,1dcnt 3 : J:pi.:urcan': Pres i ­ l e n t i : l nter- RaciJI 3 : B as k etba l l I, 2 : Wearer of C l a ' s N" u r n e r :ils a n d o l by

L \ W R F. T C E M

RTl

DUR1 S

Zeta Psi WATERVILLE lVI.A I N E Dean·, List I : M.inagcr Footba l l Wearer of the

Chi I , 2.

p;ilon M u 3 . -t : ecrctary-Tre:MJJ'CJ' -l ; A''i�t:int 3: Man.1;rer Var�ity Football -l: V a r,itl C l u b :

DA

ID STEW

Phi

RR

RT

Delta Theta

PH I LADELPH IA, PE

1N.

F r e h 11 1 a n Hocke) : Frc;h 111 a n Ba eba l l : Varsity Track 2 : l ntl'ffratcrnity I ntcrfratcrnity Ba,eba l l 2 , 3 ; l n te rf ra t rr n i t )' Track 2; Var,:t) Football 3 . 4; M ystics : Secretary 2 , 3; G lee Club l · H a l lowel l Prize Speak­ i ng Contest 3 .

Soccer I, 2;

THE 1 9 33 OR AC LE


FER.

ELLI E CH , P M

Phi Mu C\JU BO C , MAI 'E Y . \\'. C. A . 3 . -1 : H o u se Chairman M a r ) L o w H a l l 3 : :'·Ki:1l Com m i t­ tee Delegate 3

H

ROLD FREDER I C !

CH

SE

Delta U psi/on

H our.TON, MAI N E Ricker J u nior Cnllegc I ; \ ar it\" Tr.irk 2 , 3 : Band 2 . 3 . � : Good w i n Prize

peak i n g Conrcq 3 : Y. M. C. A. Secreran

-1 : M ntic,:

�lu 3 . --1 : l e;r n · , Li t 2. -1 : _\,< wit H iology J ) cpt. ORA L E. -I; l n terfratcrnit) Tr;Kk 2 . 3 , -1.

R E B ECC

hi En�ilon � : M 1n.1ging Ed itor

_ ! ARY CHE TER

Sigma kappa

w TERVILLE MAI E ClJ'� \'i..:c-Presiclcnt a n<l

3 . -1 :

ecrctarr-Treasurer I ; Colby. Concert Board 2 .

1 l by Night P l a y 3 : Po11·<kr anc.I W i g P l a y 3 : M<1sque 3 . 4 : H oc ke)'

Team i . 2 : Eclio Board 2. 3 : D ra m atic Arr Cla t e e 3 : W t a rcr C. H I : J �·a n '

Li�t I . 2 .

P l a )'S 3 : Chapel Com m i t ­ L. 2 : J u nior P l ay 3 : H a m l i n P r i z e Speak i ng Contest

. -1 - Y. � . C. A . l , 2 , 3 , -I; D:iughter' of Col by .

THE 1 9 33 O R AC LE 47


MAR

R ET LOUI S E C H O T E

Alpha Deltn Pi S EDGWICK, M A I N E H ca l rh Lca_c!uc I , 2 , 3 . -l ; Y . \V . C. . \ . I

2 , 3 , -!,

ccretar)' 2 ;

Colbia11a

I . 2. 3 , 4. E d i tor 3, 4: Sµcedl a l l 2, 3 , Var i t) 3 , Manager 3: Hoci<cy 3 , ·I · -y111 Ba k c r ba l l 3; Wearer of C H. L. J u me ra l s : I lonorabk .'v! cntion

Meet � ; rh cn1bly Com n 1 i rtcc 4; E ng l :

h

l u b -l .

BERTH. \ M H E N R Y C H U TE

Kappa Delta R/1 0 B EVERLY, M1\SS. ·I

ar>ity F ontb:i l l 1. C. A. I , ', -l , l n tc r- Ra · ial C l u b 3. -l : \'ar i t y Tr.1ck 3 . -l : l n tcrn.nional Rel a tion, C l u b j, -l . Y.

! A R IO

;

LOI S CLA R K

Delta Delta Delta C.\ l< !P.O

'

MAI 1E

Colby Health League I , 2 , 3 , -l : Y. W . C. A . I , 2 . 3 , 4 ; Wearer o ( C. H . L. ; lJean · s L i H I , 2 , 3 , 4 : Colbiana Boartl 3 , ·I ; j u n ior Cla s P l a y ; Secretary of Student Le ag ue 3 ; : \ roo�took C l 1 1 b, Secretary a n ti Treasurer 3, Vicc-President 2: I n ternational Relations 4; E n.!! l i h Cluh 3: Colby 'ighl Com m i t tee -l.

THE 1 9 33 O R AC LE 48


GERALDI NE LUCI LLE COLBATH

Alph a Delta Pi OLDTO W N , MAI N E Fresh m a n Prize S peaking: C h i Gamma Theta; Wearer o E C . H. L . ; Y . W . C. A . 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; J u nior P l a y 3 .

MANCLE F R E D E R I C K COLE

Theta Kappa Nu L1 ' .' EUS, M.<1. I N E l n terfraternity Soccer J , 2 ; I nterfraternity Basketba l l l , te r n i ty Ra cba l l 2 , 3 ; l o terEratcrnity Bow l i ng 3, -1 .

-l ; I nterfra-

LOU I S FOSTER CONA TT, J n .

Alpha Tau O m ega CAM B R I DGF, MASS. Band 1, 2 , 3 , '1; Leader 2 , '1; Glee Club 3 , -l : Com m �ncc:ment Play 3; Debating Squad -l; Mysti c ; Midnight Sons of Colby 2; Var. ity Hockey I , 3 . -1; l3ox i ng- 2, 3; u m e rals.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC L E 49


J O H r ROBERT CURT I S Kappa Delta

R/10

\.V ,\ T l,R B U R Y , Co N .ECT! .CT l::. c/1 0 Board I , 2 , 3 , A,sociatc E d i tor 3:

t u d c n t Cou nci l '1 : H a l lowe l l

P r i z e Spe.1 k i ng cJ1HC't '1 ; l n rcrfraterni 1 y occi:r I , 2 : l n tc r t ra t c r n i t y Ba'­ ketha l l I . 2 . -l : l n ttrfratcrn i t y Bow l i ng I , 2. 3 , +; l nrcrfrntc rn i ty Ba,�b:i : I I . 2 . 3 , -1 : I n for m a l Var,ity B

HOR

CE PURT

TOI

J... c tba l l 3 ; Dea n ' s L i s t I .

DAG i E' fT

Delta Kappa Epsilon

'11\f TERV I LLE.

Fre� h m a n B a e ba l l ; C h a pel Org a n ist I

lf.l\! N L

2, 3. 4:

.

1.

. A . 2 , �. 4 .

J O H N PATR I C K D A \ A_ Delta Kappa Epsilon WALTJ-J A M , M A s. Fre,h111an Football Capta i n : Vars i t y Foot b a l l 2. 3 . ·l : Var,ity Hascbail l , 2 , 3 . -l , Capta i n 3 . -l ; P rtsidcnt A t h letic o u n c i l 4: l n terfra te r n i t )' !�ow l i ng 2, 3, -l : Varsity

l u b ; I n terfrate r n i t y Soccer 3.

-1: 1 nterfrate r n 1 L y Basc!nll

I . 2 , 3: l ntcrfr:itc rn i t y :frack 2. 3: Sccrct:iry of A t h letic Cou ncil 1 9 3 1 - 37. ,

Prcsid L n t 1 9 32 - 3 3 : H :i l lowel l P r i z e Spea k i ng I 3 1 : , cc rcr:i r r Fresh m a n C l a , 1 92 9 ; l ' rc,id c n t of l k l l : t K a ppa F p , i l o n l 'I B : l n tc rn : i l i o m l R l'l:1t io 'l> Cl u b : W ea rer of .

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 50


DOROTH Y C R L I SLE D A \ I F.S

Delta Delta Delta w A K E F I ELD, NI

SSA CH u ETTS

Ba�k etb·1 l l I . -I : Chi Gam m a Theta: Vice-President Cla 1: Censu� Com m i ttee 2; Dance Com m i ttee 2: He:ilth League I , 2 , 3, 4; Colln11111! Board 3.

LOI S ELIZABETH DEANE

Lamba Omega w E TBORO, MASS

C H T SI:TT�

Wearer of C. H. L.; Y . W . C. A . l 2 , 3, -I ; Colby Health League I , 2, 3 , -1: Daner. Com m i ttee 2 , 3, -l; Tennis Ma nager 3; l nternation� I Rcl:nions ecretary-Trea u rer 3· English Club 2, 3: Geolc•gy Club -I ; Club 2, 3 , 4: Cb1 Gamma Theta.

f

W I LL I A M NYE DEXTER

Delta Kappa Epsiion M �TT \POI F.TT, MA s. F rc�hman Footbal l ; \ arsity Football 2, 3, -I; \ arsity Track 3, -l; Intcr­ ar�ity Club. fraternity Bow l i n " 3 , -I ;

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC L E 51


W

LTER LA R I I

DIG. AM

P h i Delta Theta 'N.'\TERVILLE, MAI 'E riccu 1 , 2. ' : I nterfraterni t)' Hockey Li t I , 2 , 3.: Druid : P i v a m m a M u 3 , -1 , 4 : 6 raniati · l u b I ; l n terfra te m i t\· B:i��+al l l , 2 . 3 ; I n tcrfrate r n i t y Ba,ketba l l 2 , 3 ; I ntcrfratcrnin· T r a c k I , 2; G l ee C l u b I . Va rsi t \' Tra.:k J, 2: I n terfrace rn i t )'

3: I n tc rfr:rn:rni t\' Bow l i n e I . 2 , 3; I ean · Pre>ic l e n t

DOR

T H Y DI

GWALL

Alpha Delta Pi PRE QCE I sLE, M ! N E R icker J u n i o r College I ; Honor R o l l I ; G lee Club 2 , 3 , -1 : Libra r i a n 2 ; M a nager -1 : J u nior P l a r : A roostook C l u b ; Honor:.ibk Mention Gyr.i Meet 2: Y . W. 2, 3;

Deputati ns 2, 3: Wearer

C h a pel Qunrtet -1 ; Chapel Com m ittee -1 .

of C. J-1. I ,.;

L h apcl Pian i. : 4 ;

EMERY S E W E L L D U

FEE

Lambda Chi Alpha Mo

ON, M I N E

I. 2 : I ntcrErate r n i t y Soccer 1 , 2 : I nterEraternity -l ; I n terfraternity Basketba l l ! , 2, 4; I nterfratcrnit)' Track I , 2 : tcrn i ty Ba eba l l 3 , 4 ; Good w i n Prize Spea k i ng Contest 2; Chi S ig m a . Trea>urer 3 , Prcsidcm 4 : C h i Epsi l o n M u : Dc3 n 's Li t 2 ; P h \ , iL" , 3 , -1 : ,si,r:1 1 l t L1br:irian I , 2 . 3 , -1 : O R ·\CI E 3 : E d/(J I . 2 . \'ar>ity Track

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 52

Bow l i n,!! I nterfra­ Gamma J\ssi ta n t


[ S A B EL L E DAGG ETT

F A I RBANKS

Alpha Delta Pi Ho L T O N , M'\.I N E R i k c r J u n i or Col l eg e l : A r O > t oo k C l u b : E ng l i s h C lu h ; Deur.c h e r Verei n 3 , 4 ; Le Cercl e Francais 3 , 4 ; G le e Club 2 3 , -1 ; J u nior C b ss Play 3 : D r ama tic A r t Club Producton 4· Y . W . C. A. 2, 3 , 4 ; Health Lea gue 2 . 3 , 4: Wearer of C. H . L.; Honorable Mention in Gym Meet 2; Te n n i s Tou r nament 2 ; Co l lege Poetrv Societv of :\me rica 4 ;

Colbiana

Board 3 , '1 .

EVERETT MARCUS

FAI R B R OT H E R

Delta Upsilon G U ILFORD, MAI E 1-loc k e y I ; Varsity R2. eba l l

I . 2 : B a nd 3. 4: l n te r f r a t ern i t y Basketl.d l

I , 2, 4 ; Powder .rnd W i g ; ! nterfratcrnity B:iseba l i 3 : G l ee Ci u b l .

ROBERT J A MES F I NC H

Kappa Delta R h n N E. \V y O R K , N E W y ORK D e bat i ng 2 , 3, 4 , Manager of Debates 3; Phi Kappa Delta � . 3 , 4 , ec­ retary 2 , Pre ident 4; Cross-Co u n try Deb:: n i ng Team 3; Echo 1 , 2 , 3 , -l , Ednor- i n -Chief 4 ; Y. M. C. A. V ice- P resid e n t -l : C h a i r m a n fr('sh m a n Di>­ c u ssion Committee 2; I n ternational Relations Committee 3; \Vorld Ed u c a ­ tion Committee 4 ; Inter-Raci a l l.J ub 2, 3, 4: Vice-President 3, Fresi lent '' ; D r u i d s 3, 4 : Ten n is I , 2. 3, 4. Mar.ager 3 ; Hal lowell Prize Spea k i ng Con­ te t 2; Good w i n Prize Spea k r n g Conte t 3 . 4; l n t erfra te rn it y Soccer I , 2 ; Powdc1 a n d W ig 4 ; P i G a m m a M u 4: Honorarv Member o f Pre:.:. Clu b 4 : I n ternationa l Relations C l u h .l , 2 . 3 : Wearer o f C.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 53


T H E L M A F R A T C E S FL:\G , w A L OOP.ORO, MAL

F,

D�an·, Li,t 2 : C::!Js, H ckey Team 3, 4 .

FR

Cl

FL

H ER TY

Alpha Tau Omega

NORWOOD, MAS . Gern1dn l u b 2. 3. ·I : \ ' J r;ity C l u b ; Var ity Track I , 2, 3, ·l ; \'ar ity Relay Team 2, 3.

THOMAS JOSEPH FOLEY

ALphn Tau O m ega

ORWOOD, MASS. Fre;hman Ba>eba l l ; Var i ty F ootba l l I, 2 , 3 , 4: 13a,ketba l l I , 2 , 3 , l · Cla.s Pre>i<l e n t 3; S tu d e n t Cou nci l 3; Chai r m a n J u nior Week-End 3 ; Echo Board I , 2 ; Wea re r o � C., Cla s Nu meral ; l nterfra tern i t y Soccer l , 2 : I nterfraternity Basehal I 3 : l nt�rfrate rn i ty Basketba l l I , 2 , 4 ; M y>tic., Vice-President 2; I n ter-Racial Club, Vice-President 2. President 3 , Execu­ tive Com m i t t('e -1; Senior Cou nc i l m a n Ath letic As. nc iation +.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC L E 54


CARL FREDER I C K FOSTER

Delta Kapp.• Epsilon FoR EST C nv, MAr

E

frc, h m :in Fflotb:il l ; f re h m a n Ba. ::ba l l ; A sistant

Librarian -1 .

G E R . L D L IE FR l CES FOSTER

Delta Delta Delta STRONG

M�l N E

Fre h m a n Scholarship's Prize l ; G e r m a n Prize 2 : Cl : i s s S holar h ip ) ; Math C l u b 3 . -1 ; I n terna tiona l Rel a tion, C l u b -1 ; Ma) D:ir Committee 3 ; Y . W . C . A . 3 , -1 : Wearer o f C. H . L : Honor Rol l l . 2 ; De:in·s Li t 3 , -1 ; Health League 1 , 2 . 3 Deut. cher Verein 4 .

FR

4 ; Colby r ight Com m i ttee -l; French Prize

l;

-K ELD E T FULLER Lambda C/1i Alpha Fn E EDO r , MAL ' E

l n tcrfratcrni11·

occcr 2 , 3 ; I ntc:rfraternity B:i,cball 2

3, 4 .

THE 1 9 33 O RAC L E 55


ORMA LILLIA

F U L LER

Chi O m ega

WATERV I LLE, M

INF

A r t Editor o f Colbiana 2 . 3 , -I ; A �t. A rt Edito r of Wliit� \!frtle I . 2 , 3, -I; P u b l icity C ha i rm a n Y . \V . A . 2; Pa n h e l l en ic Represrntative 2 . 3 , 4 ; Hockey I . 2 ; l:la kctba l l I , 2 ; Wea r er o f C. H . L. : Hon or a ble Mention i n G y m Mret I . 2 ; C l a D a nce Com m i t tee 2 . 3 . -I ; A n n u a l Powder a n d Wig Play 3; M a y D a y Play 3 ; M a sq u e 3 , 4: Dea n ' Li t 3 .

A ' £ R I LL D UTTO

G E L L E R SO_ r

Sigma Kappa

Hou LTO

MAINE

Y. W . C . A . I , 2 , 3 , -I ; Hea l th Lea"ue I, 2 , 3 , -l ; Aroo. rook C l u b .

ROB ERT FRANC I S G R EENE Phi Delta Theta BosToN, MAss. l n t c rfr a te rn i ty Soccer I , 2 ; l nterfraternity Hockey 3; I n tc.: r fratcrnin Baseball J , 2 , 3 4 ; Varsity Track l, 2; Good w i n Prize Speaking Contest.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 56


ELI ZABETH EMERY H

LEY

Delta Delta Delta

G ! L FORD lV f A I N E Y . W . C. A . l . 2, 3 , -l ; -l: \ ice-President Health Hockey I . 2 , 3 , -l; la 路 Var_ i t) B a ketball I , _ , 3 :

Health League I . 2 . 3 , -l ; Pre . Hea l t h League League 3; la>> Hockey l , 2, ', -l : \ ar_ir\' ol leyba l l I , 2. 3, 4; Clas. Basketb:tll J , 2, 3, 4 : Cla> peedba l ! J _ , 3 , -l : Honorable M e n non

in Gym Meet l, 2; Repre enrative Play Day 3: Wearer C . H . L : Cla,s u merals; C. \ . ; Hea l t h League C u p ; B.1sketb;1 1 l Manager 2 : Speed bal l Manager J : Ham l i n Prize Speaking Conrest l : Coburn Prize peaking onte t 2 , 3 路 Tied for Second Prize 2: l nrercolle6iate Debating 3: House Chairman Dutton House 2. 3; C b i Gamma Theta, Sec. a nd Trea . Chi Gamma Theta: J u n ior las P lay 3路 Deutscher \ ere i n 3: Trea , u re 1 Deut>cher \ ere i n 3 ; M a t h C l u b 4 ; Dean's L i s t ' .

E

ELY T M

R G U ER I TE H A L L P li i Mu

Dov ER-FoxcROFT, NL.\ t N E G l ee C l u b 2 . 3 , 4 : ORACLE Boar I 3 ; Y . \ . C. A . I . - 路 3 . -l : Hc:dth League l. 2 . 3 . 4: Honorable Mention i n G ) m ! , _; W e a n: r of C. L L. : German C l u b 3 ; Kappa l p h :i.

MU R I EL B \ R BA R

H

L LETT

Sigma Kappa

Ho LTON

M

!NE

Hea l t h League 2 , 3 4 : . W. . . 2 . 3 . 4 ; German C l u b 3 ; roostook C l u b 2 3, 4 : May Day Com m ittee .>; House C h :i i r m a n Fos l la l l -1.

T H E 1 9 3 3 O RAC LE 57


N T

ERTR

DE H

1

C,\

Alpha Delta Pi M DI

0

, MAINE

, Jcc l u b 2 , 3, -1 ; Hamlin Prize Spe:i k i ng 1 ; ,ob11 r n l'ri;.:e pc1 k i 11;..: 2 : Cl:t>> pcaker Undergraduate BanqL1ct 2 ; Cnm:in C l u b 2; Wearer of C. 1-1. L. : Y. \V. C. A. I . 2, 3, -1 ; H ealth Lcao uc I , ?, 3, -1 .

DOROTH Y R

NDELL H A R LO W

Delta Delta Delta Po1aL

•o

MAI

E

C. l , 2, 3. i ; Health League l , 2, 3. -1; Wearer of Dea n's L i > t I , 2 : L e ere l e Francai s 3 , -1 : M a t h Club 3 , -1 . Y. W.

B ER T R

C. H. L . ;

D W I LL I A MS H A Y W

RD

Alpha T a u Om('ga BRIDGEWATER, MA� . Powder and Wig 3. -1: Secretar) -Trea u rer -1: Glee l u b 3; Kappa Phi Pak k a ; 3 rd Prize H:il lowell Prize Speak i ng onte,,t ; 2nd Prize Good win Prize Spea k i ng Contest; Co111111cncc111cnt Pl;iy 3 ; Varsity Tr:ick I, 2 , 3, -1 : I n tcrfraternity Basketba l l I, .2 4 ; I nterfratcrnity Bow l i ng I, 2 , ' ; Boxing 2 .

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 58


L E01

RD H E L I E

Kappa Delta W ATER I LL E

R. h o lA r . E

Trark I , 2, 3, -f; Lircr.1ry Ed itor IV/1i1e .\11 11/e 2. 3. -f; W i nner of Colby Echo C u p for Poetry J . 2 : Y. M . C. A . Cabinet, Denura t 1on�. Re earch C h a i r m a n : Dc.:a n 's Li,t J , 2, 3 , ·f ; Mathematic, Club 3. �. \ 1.:e-PresiJcnr -f.

STA iLEY C H ESTER H E RSEY

Alpha Tau O m ega WATERV I LLE, MA! ' E Fre h m a n Football Capta i n ; F r e h m a n Baseba l l ; arsi n• Footbal l 2 . 3 , -l : Aa,eball 2 : a r i ty C l u b ; l o terfraternity Ba>k � tha l l I , 2 , 3 , -1 : l n terfraternity B w l i n g I , 2 . 3 . -l : psilon Beta: Ge0logy Club, Pre,iuent -f: Kappa P h i Kapp:\; Hi t<>rian -1: Chapel Monitor I , 2 , 3 , -1: A 'istant G eolo y 3 . "! : I n ternational Relations Club 2 . 3, -1: i ' .l ternate M u rra y Prize Debate -1 . \ arsi ty

E R I C H I LL

EI

Tlieta Kappa Lo

c

CovE, M

u rNE

ice-Prt s i d r n t 3 , Trea u rer -I : Ch i Ep,i ! o n M u C h i Gam n 1 a igma 3 , -I , -� - -f : De.i n ·, i ce - P rc s i <l e n t 3 ; :hsi rant Ph n1c -f : Ge r m a n C l u b 2 , 3 . , List I , 2, 3 : V a rs i t y Track I , 2. J. -1: l n terfraternity Track 2. 3 ; l n terna · . tion a l Re lations C l u b 3 : M:1the111:1tics C l u b 3, f

THE 1 9 3 3 O RAC L E 59


JOHN FR

KU

H I LL, ] R .

P h i Delta Theta

w T E RV ! LL E , MA! ' E U p i l on Be1:1: Eclio Board I ; Wliite .1111/e I , 2 , A>>i;tant Editor 2 ; ::tr­ i t y H o key 3 , 1 , Assist.int Ma nager I, 2 , M a n ager 3 , 4; Vice-Presidem rudent Cou nc i l 1: I n terfraternity Soccer .I , 2; I nterfra tern i ty Ba,cball l , 2 , 3 4 ; Dean ·, Li t 3 .

C

R LETO - J ERO I E H O L IE 1lph a Tau O m ega LI NCOLN

MAINE

Frcs h m . n B a ebal l ; Epicurea n , ; l n terfratc r n i t y Ba eb:i l l 2 , 3 . 1 ; er:ils.

1 111 -

KATH E R I NE P H Y LLIS H O L M ES Chi O m ega CALAIS, M A I N E Sophomore Dance Com m i ttee Chairma n ; Wearer o t C. H . L. . a n d C l ass u mera l s ; Secretary-Trea u re r C l a s s ( sophomore ) ; Hockey I , '2 , 3 , 4 ; Soccer I . 2 : H e a l t h League .I ; K a p p a A l rha P r e ident; H o u s e Chair­ m a n . Mower Hou e 3; Sophomore Tea Chairm a n : Senior fJancc Com m i t ­ tee h a i rn t d n : Basketba l l 1 .

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 60


C H A R LES L LOYD HOOKER Delta U psi/on BAT H , MAINE G l ee C l u b ; K a p p J P h i K a p p a ; 1 nternational Relation� C l u b ; I n tc r fra­ tern i ty Baseball 2 3 , 4; Manager l n terfraternity Basketba l l ; Camera C l 1 1 b .

EDl TH MAY HOSK I N Alpha Delta Pi

H oc LTON M A I N E Ricker J u nior College I : G l ee C l u b 2 . 3 , 4 : Da�· Play 3; Cla s Sec'y-Treas 4 · C. H. L.

, i r a nt M a nager 4 : Ma ·

STA 'LEY C H ARLES J EKANOSK I Zeta Psi A M H ERST) M s�. Var itv Ba�L ba l l I, 2 . 3; l n tcrfratcrnity Ba,ketba l l I , 2 , � . 4 : l n terEra­ ter n i t y S occer I , 2 , 3; Hockey J ; D ru i d s ; Germ:in Club 2; Member Stu­ dent Coun i i 4.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC L E 61


BA R B

R

E LI Z

B E T H J O H _ ...

Chi Omega VI/ TERV I L L E,

f. '\ I . E

\\ carer of C. 1- 1 . L . : Hockc1· 2 : Honnrahlc k n t ion in G } 1 n Meet l , 2 : "irnrnt Bu-.i nc,,� Ma nagc·r Dea n · Li,t I . 2 . 3 , -1 : C h i G a m m a Theta ; Colhi111111 I . 2 ; B 1.J , i nc' Ma nager Cnlb1a1111 3 , -1: ,\;sembly R0Hd -1 · J Ja nce Co 1 1 1 11 1 1 t tc.:c 2.

LP,JON J

RD.\ �

T

Kappa Delta Rho . P E E.uz UETH . M A I N E lub I, 1 , 3 , 4; Echo I . 2 , 3 ; Ach c r c i , i n t; Ma naucr ' : B a n d I , 2 : G l ee Pre,.ident -I ; �nn crt B o a r d -I ; I nrerfratcrnity Ba�eball l , 2 , j , -I ; I ntc.:r­ fratern i r � Soccer I , - ·

R

Y M Or D OTTO Kl - ·\ U F F

De!at Kappa Epsilon WATER V I LLE, M A I N E I n tcrfratcrnit)' B a ·cba l l 1 . 2 : l n terfr;iternjty Row l i ng I , 2 . 3 , -I : l nterfr� · 2: A,,,,i;ra.nr M a n a_l!er Ba,,eba l l J . 2 : Ma nag< r of Fresh­ tern i ty Soccer man Baseba l l 3: M a n a.g er llJ�cball -I; Va rsity Club: U 1 si l rn 1 Reta ; My�­ t ics; D r u i 1 1'.

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THE 1 9 33 ORAC LE 62


RUTH ,

, B ELLE L E I G H TON

Alpha Delta Pi AuB

R NDA LE, M :.. s .

Y. v\ . '. A. l , 2, 3, -l : Wearer of C. H. L. : H ea l t h League l . 2, 3, -l : I nte r n a tio n a l Rel a tions C l u b 3 , -l : Te n n i s Tou rna­ m e n t I : Vol l e yba l l ; Field Hockey.

C h i G a m m a Theta :

1f YR01

J O S EP H LEV I N E

Tau Delta Phi BRIGHTON'

fASS.

C h i G a m m a S1gm J ; Gcrn 1 a n C l u b l , 2. 3 , -l: Vic<:-Prc> idcnt -l: Student

C u nc i l 4 : M i d nig h t Son' ot Col b y I . 2 : Rox i ng 1 . 2 : l nterfraternin· Soc · cer 1 , 2 : l n terfrate rn i t y B:hketba l l 3. -l; l n terfratc rni t�· Bow l i ng I . 2, 3 ; l n tedrate r n i t y Ba,eb.i l l 2 , 3 . -l ; B o i n;.: I , 2 : Dea n 's L1>t -l ; Orc h c tra 1 .

B ERTH

E L I ZABETH L EW I S

Alpha Delta Pi LYN N , MA s. Wearer of C. H. L . ; Y. � . C. A . ; English C l u b 3 ; D l'u ts c hc r \ l'rcin 3 .

THE 1 9 33 O RAC L E 1)3


CL RE

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YMO

D LEW I

Zeta Psi WooN ocKET, R . I . oocl w i n Fre� h m a n Footba l l : H a l l o we l l Prize Spea k i ng Contest 3 ; peJ k i n,I! Contest 3 . 4 ; M u rra) P r i z e Debate 3 ; Dea n ·, Li,t l , 2 . P r i ze

LE

R D FRA

I LI

LI BBEY

Delta Upsilon B E LMONT M A Fres h m a n Footba l l :

a n . i t y FootbJ l l 2 , -I .

HOW

R D I SAA C L T R RY, ] R .

Phi Delta Theta Rurcq; Va r i ty Tra..:k 3 ; Mathematic

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 64

M,

MA I N E

C l u b ; Kappa P h i K:ippa.


JOH_

W I LLARD LOCK E 2 K D .

Delta Kappa Epsilon \,\ A K E F! ELD,

fAS .

Fre> h m ;r n Footba l l : Fre� h m a n Ba·eba l l : a r>ity Trnck l , 2 . 3 -I : Rt>by Team 2, 3 , -1: Var ity Football 3. 4: Var>ity Club; 1vstics: Tre:Jsurcr; Chi Gamma igm:i ; OR \CLE 2, 3 . -1.

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U p i lon Beta : Kappa Phi Kappa ; O R A LE 3 ; lhn<l 1 , 2 : I nt·�rfrat�rnity <Keer 2. 3; l n tl'rfraternity J3a,ketball l , 2; l nterfratern i ty Basehall 2, 3 .

JOH

COST S

1ALLI A R

S

Phi Delta Theta DRAC T MASS. h1 Ep;ilon M u : I n ter-Racial Club 2. 3 . -1: D r u id s ; Band Dea n ' Li t I ; ssistant Biol !!)' -1: Var i t y s_i ra n t Manager Tr:ick 2 , 3· Manager -I; 4: T r a c k 2 ; l n tcrfr.ne rn i t}' Tr:ick 2 ; Boxi ng I : Vice-President T nc::r-Raci:i! l u h -1.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC L E 65


lR

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Kappa Delta Rho

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N.

F rc�h m a n Footba l l : F rc h 1 1 1 :1 11 Ba cba l l : Va r>i t\' Ha,c h a l l 2 ; Varsitv . Hockey I . 2: I ndcpcnd cnt Var,icy Ba,k ctba l l 3 ; I n t c r f rat c r n i t y Ba , k e t b ai l I , 2. -1 : l n r e r f r a t c r n i t y Baseba l l 3. i; Up i l un lkt:t : l fa l lo wc l l P r i ze . pea k · i nµ Contc,t -1 : Good w i n P r r z e pea k i ng Co n cc> t i .

B EL J O H N

N M I LLER

Lambda Omega NEWR RY VER

10 N T

I Te a l t h L a g u I , 2 , 3 , -1 ; Wea re r nf . H . L . ; C l a � N u m eral , r : . \V . : \ l l ey B a l l I , 2 , 3 , i ; Spccdba l l ; Hockey 2 , 3 , -l ; P.i n h c l l e n ic ouncil 3 , -l; Y . W . . A . 1 . 2, 3 , 4 ; l:is cretary-Trea,urer { ; Cl:t. s Dance Com m i ttee 3. De:i n · List I . 2, 3 , i; K a ppa A l ph a : Huu e . h a i r rn a n Foster H u se I ; H o u ,e C h a i r rn a n M a ry Low H a l l 2 ; I m"c Chai r r n a n Fas> 1- l a l l 3 . -l ; M athematics C l u b 3 -1 ; Dcuc,cher Vere i n -1 ; OR \ L E Boan.I 3; Lambda Omega.

DOR R I S MOOR E

Phi Mu Srno

c

MAI E

. J , 2. 3, i ; Dea n·, L i ,t I , 3. -1; Vol ley B a l l l , 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. Hock y I ; French Club 3 . -l ; j u n i o r M a y I a r Pl:11·; C h i Ga m m a Th eta 2 : Sophomore a nd J u n i o r Dance Com m i ttees; Wearer o f C. H . L. ; C h a i r r n a n of Soci:il Co m m i t tee -1 : H e a l t h League I , 2, 3 , i .

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 66


SOLI MOR R I S SALEM, MASS. M u;ical C l u b l , 2: C h i Epsilon M u ; Dea n 's List 1 , 2, 3 . -!.

ALICE POMEROY MORSE

Chi O mega BRAD.l'ORD, MASS. German C l u b ; Camera C l u b .

\LBERT B I G ELOW NE LSON

Theta Kappa Nu N E\V BRAINTREE, MASS. l n terfraternity Soccer 1 , 2: Mathematics Club; P resident 3; C h i Epstlorr M u ; Chai r m a n Program Com m i t tee ·I · Chi G a m m a Si)!m a ; . ssistant l :hcm i>try.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC L E 67


OSC \R ST

T LEY N I C K E R

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MAINE

H . L. ; Honorable Menti n i n Gym M eet I , 2 ; Hockey 2 .

I , 2 ; OR

LE

R U TH EMMA

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Alpha Delta Pi OUTI !

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Rf

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MAI N E

H e a l t h League I , 2 , 3 , -f ; Senior Me m be r Hockey 3, -f ; Ba�kctball l . 2 . 3 : Speed ba l l 2 3 ; Wearer o f C . H . L. ; Class u m erals a n d C. W . ; Y . W . C. A . I , 2, 3 . -f : Sorhomore Dance Co m m i nc c : K a r p a A l 1> h :i : i vy D:1) Co1 1 1 1 1 1 i w .:c.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 68


R H ; L fALD O ' H A LLOR

Lam ba Chi /llpha WATERVILLE. M

I N F.

Vars i t y Track l . 2 , 3 . 4 ; I n tcrfrate rn i tr Tr::ick I . 2 , 3 , -I ; l n tcrfr::t tc rn i t y I l oc k cy 3 : A' t. M a nager I o w d e r and Wig I ; P r

s

Club 4.

M A RY G E RTRUDE P LM EH.

Chi O mega H1

'CKLEY,

MA!Nl:.

Dean's L i s t I , 2 , 3 ; Wearer of C. H . L. ; M a y Day Com m ittee 3 : \ icc­

Pre�ident Pi Gam m a Mu -I· Y . W . C. A . I , 2 , -I; H e a l t h League I , 2 , 3

V I CTOR H UGO

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PAQU ET

Lambda Chi Alpha EAT!-! MAI Mathen11tic

1E

C l u b 3 , -1 · I ntcrfrate r n i t y Basketball

l, 2

3 , -1 ; Baml

i, 2,

3 , -1 .

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 69


lRG f N I A LOU L SE P

RS _ rs

Chi O m ega EW

YoR K J

Hocke1· 2, ' . -I ; o l l e 1 ba l l 2. Numeral�: Chi Gam ma T het:i.

LRTC RO

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3 ; S pce d ba l l 2 . .> : Wearer r.. i l . L a n d

E R LEAU

Alpha T a u O m ega WATERV I L L E , MA I "1 E l n terfrate rn i t 1 ccer I . 2 : l n terfraterniry Ba eba l l 2 . 3 ; Hocke y ; Var,it H ck y 2 . 3 , -l : Cham pion> 3 ; Var i r y C l u b .

)

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F rc�h n 1 a n

RROLL EVER ETT POOLER Delta

U psi/on

WATERV I LLE, !VfA I N E IV hite :\/ 11/e 2 , 3 , 4 ; Busi ness Manager 3 . -I : Band I , 2 , 3 , -1, M a nager 3 , -l : Secretary-Treasurer Student Cou ncil -l; Editor of Concert Programs 3; My,tics, President 3; Secretary-Treasurer Class 3: l nrerfrat�Tnity Sorcrr I . 2, 3. 4: l n terfraternit1· Baseba l l 1 :- 2 . 3. -l: Var� i t 1· Hocke1· I . 2. 3 : Member o f J u nior Prom Co m m ittee 3 ; Member o f M i d � ight So � o f Col b i 2, 3.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 70


J A MES EDWARD POTJLL

,

J1c

P h i Delta Theta WATER V I LLE, iVL.-. 1 N E S<:cond Prize 1-hl lowell Prize Speaking Contest; Debating L 2 ; Powder a nd W ig, Pl ay 2, 3 : Son� of Col b y ; Chi Ep. i lo n Mu; Track 1 ; I nterfra­ tnni t1· Soccer 3.

R UTH POLLE

Chi O m ega NOR T H A MITY, MAI ' E Y . W . C . A . 2 , 3 , 4 ; Health Leag u e 2 , 3 . -! ; Class Hockey 2 , 3 , 4 : C l as Basketba l l 2, 3, -l ; Class Speedball 2, 3. 4; Cl as Volleyha l l 2. 4; Secretary­ 3; Wearer oi C. H . L. and n u merals; Aroostook Club 3; International Relation; Club 2, 4; Ger­ man Club 2; May Day Scenery Com m i ttee 3; Kappa A l p h a : Vice President Senior Cla;s.

Tr:.:asurer Health League 4; Manager Basketball

CORDELI

PTJT

AM

Sigma Kappa Ho

r.T0N

MAI N E

:\roo;took C l u b : Chi G a m m a Theta. President 2 : Colby Gaughter� I , 2 , 3 , -1 : Wearer 0 £ C . H . L . : 1-focke1• 1 , 2 ; J u n ior Play 3 ; Class Pri:siclent 3 ;

Y . W . C . A . l , 2 , 3 , -1 ; Health L e a.l!" u e 1 , 2 . 3 , -l ; Hou. '..' Cha i rm a n Mower Hnuse 2; Fos

H II

Reading R om Com m ittee J , 2, 3 . -l: Ch�irman ro�>

H a l l Reading Room Com m ittee -1.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 71


HE

RY P, UL R A r

OURT

Alpha Tau O mega

WATERVI LLE M

I 'E

l n terfratcrniC1• Sot: ( e r I . 2 : l n tcrfr , terniry J.lascb. I I 2 , .L I n r e rf r.iternity Footba l l : Fn.:� h m :1 11 H n.:hy; .ir.,ity H oc key 2. 3, -l; \ a r., i t y ! u h.

DON

LD H

,

E A RH A D ES

Kappa Delta Rho

B E L FA T M I .

E

Fre h m a n F otba l l ; \ .1r,1t) Track I , 2, 3, -l; Dea n · Li t I , 2, 3 ·I : Fm.t P rize H a l l o we l l P r i ze pea k i ngo ntc , t 2; M u rray Pri zl' De b: tt e 2 : . A. Cabinet -l ; I nternational Relation C l u b I 2 , 3 , -l ; l 'h i Reta K a ppa : Liberal ,!uh 3, -l; rudcnr �ist, 111 t Gcolo ')' Depa r t m e n t -I.

Y . M.

I A R G U E R I T E DEROCH EMO. TT

Phi Mu ROCK LAN D

M .>\ I N E

l , 2, 3, -l, Vu.:e-President 3, P resid e n t .:J: M a q u a Co n fer ence ; H ea l t h l.eague J , 2, 3. 4 ; Hoc k e)' l , 2, 3, 4 : Speed ba l l 2, 3; Wea re r C. H. L Clas. lu meral , I n ternarional Re l :t t i n n s Club 2 , 4; Germ a n C l u b 2 ; C h i G a m m a Theta : J u nior Class P l a y ; Executive Board of Student Leag u e .:J. Y. W. C.

THE 1 9 33 ORAC LE 72


LE01

RD

i ELVT

R U SH TO,

Kappa Delta Rho METH UE '

MA .

l n tcrfra tc rn i t � Ba�eball I . 2, 3. -l : l n terfrate r n i t y Soccer I , 2, 3, �; I n te r · fratt: r n i t y B o w l i n

'

I , 2 , 3 , -1 ; I n ter - R ac ia l C l u b : H a l l well Pri7c µca k i ng pe a k i n r C n t e t 3, -l; Ec/10 1 , 2, 3, 4; A� oci­

Conte t : Goo< l w 1 n Prize a t Editor.

L I L LI

r FA I E\

Hamlin

P r i ze

ETTE SH

BEDFORD,

1

P I RO

s.

onte>t I : German C l u b 2 . 3 . -l : JKa k i ng l u b 3, -l . l u b 3. -l: P h ys i c

'lecrl l a ry

Y. \\ . C. i\. 3; Math

D_ V I D SYDNEY SHERMA1

Tau Delta Phi Bo

TO

, MAs .

. Cabin�t 3, -1 ; Fi n,1! pea k i ng Cont;:: t 3: Fir t Prize M u r ray Prize Debate 3; Deb::1 t i ng Squa<l ; Col b y Concert Board ; Dean's Li t; Ass i st a n t Biology 3, + ; l n ter­ a m cra C l u b ; f ra ter n i t y Soccer I ; l n trrfraternit)' B as eb a l l I ; Boxing I ; Judge Lyford Speaki n g Contest 3. C h i Epsilon M u ; C h i Gam ma Sigm a ; Y. M. C.

Good win

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 74


H ELE1

PATR I C I A SI LFER BERG

Alpha Delta Pi V E TNOR,

EW J ERSEY

J u n i r P l a r 3 ; O R A L E Board 3 , 4 : Women·s Ed i tor of 0 R A (; L £ 4 · Pa n h e l l e n i c Cou ncil 4 : Cla � H o c k e y I . 2 , 3 ; C l a s s Basketha l l I . 2 3 ; occer 1 , 2 : H e a l t h League l , 2 . 3 , 4 ; Wearer o f C . H . L.

Cla�

F I LBERT A

I LA SIL

E I RA, J R .

Kappa Delta R h o FAIRHAVE. ',

1ASS.

Kappa Phi Kappa ; Varsitv Tennis .>. 4; l n terfratcrnitv lh ketball 2 , . 4 ; Band : I nter-Racial Club: 0 l n terfr::1ternity Baseba l l 2 .

),

L B E R T LEROY S K T DDS

Lambda Chi Alpha CALAI S, M A ! . E Rand

! , 2 : Dean·s List 2 ; l nterfraternity Soccer 2 : ! n ter&:iternitr Ba e­

ball 2; Deut·cher

crein 3; Kappa P h i Kappa, Treasurer 3 , Pre�ident -1 ;

Chi E p i lon M u 4 ; C h i G a m m a M u -1 ; I n ternational Rel igion Board -1 .

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC L E 75


CLYDE W H I T

I F.R S K I LLL

Lambda Chi Alpha w

TERVI LLE,

M I E

Hnscb:i l l I , 2 : l n ccrfracernicy Ba kctba l l I , 3, -l: l n terfratcrnity occcr I ; l n cerfr:Hernity Baseball 3 -I ; Dru id · I ca n · Li-.t 3 . -l ; Pi G a 1 11 1 1 1 a M u : ,her I , M a r h a l 2 . Com m encement

LEWI

JOH

llpha J L E1 Fre, h m a n Footba l l : Track 2. 3. i .

C

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I . 2 . 3, -l: Druid ; l n tcrfraterniry Tra«k l

LOUISE C O B U R N S

fITH

Sigma Kappa W.\SH I .

·�TO :--J , D . C .

Fre h m a n Representative co Student League I : Hockey l . 2 ; Var it)' Hockey l ; Hockey Manager I ; Srccdball l 2: Tenni, 2: Dance Com m i t ­ Plav 3 ; Colbul!lu Board tee 2 ; Colby N i g h t P l a r 3 ; Dramatic A r c C l a ; Daugh ter. of Colby 1, 2 , 3 , 4; Delegate to New 2, 3; J u n ior Plav E ng l a n d Co-ed Student Government Conference 3; Masque 3 , 4; Kappa A l ph a ; Wearer of C. H. L.; Health League l , 2 , 3 , -l: Y . W . C. A . l , 2, 3 , -l

THE 1 9 33 ORAC LE 76


M

RY LUCRETIA S HTH Sigma Kappa MAS.� R D I S, MA I N E

Y . \V . C. A . 2 , 3 , -! ; Wearer o t C. H . L ; President of _ n •oHook C l u b 3 ; K a p p a A l p h a : May Da)" Com m i t tee 3 ; Hea l t h League 2 , 3 , -! .

E VELYN R O S E STAPLETON Delta Delta Delta V\T1 L M I NGTON , \ E RMONT Transfer Vanderb i l t U n i \·ersirv 2: Cla.<, Ba·ketba l l 2 , 3 , -l : \'a r>i t\' . Hockey 2 ; Class Hockey 2, 3, -! : Health Lt"ague 2 , 3, '-! ; Cla;,, \ ollcybail 2, 3 . 4 ; Honorable Menti0n i n Gym Meet 2: Colb\' Representa t i v e at P l ay Da 3 ; Hockey M:in.ager 3, -1; Cla�s Speedbali 2, 3. -! ; W e a re r of C. 1-:1. L , Tumeral ; Y . W . C . A. 2 , 3 , 4 : Hou e Chairman Du tton House 3: l ntcr­ cnl l egiate Debating 3; Coburn l)rizr Speaking Contest 3 . Tircl (or T h i rd Prize ; J u n ior Cla,,_., P l a r 3 : German C l u b -l ; Dea n ' s List 2. 3. 4 : Rci'r l ph a Y. W . ;cntative on ORACL E Board : Le Cercle F ra ncai. 3: Kapp;i C . . . Cabinet 3 .

THERO

R I C HA R D STI NCHFI ELD Kappa Delta

Rho

SrRo. · c, MAL E \ icc-Pre>id e n t Class -!; l ntcrfraternity Ba>krtba l l l , 2 : l n terfraterni t)' Bowli n g I ; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4, Captain -1; D r u i d : Holder of College Ja\'el 111 Record : W e a rer of C.

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE 77


HE TER M

L

OLM STR

TTO_ r

Alpha Tau Omega l

EEOl-1.\ I,

MAS .

l u b. I clegate to Mod e l League 2, 3, 4, Chair­ l n ternaLional R::latl< >ll> ccretan·- T rea urer 3 : C :1 1 11 c: ra mcin E ccu tivc Com m i t tee 3 ; I ruid 3 : ' i sta nt l u b ; K appa Phi K a ppa 3. -l ; B a n d I : Powder a n d \ ig 2. 3, -l ; H i >LOr) -l: Track 3, -1 : l n terfraternity Ba,eba l l I ; l nterfratcrnity Track I ; Debating I .

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\ E LI Z

B ET H SW

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Sigma Kappa PEABODY, M la o l le,·bJ l l Team 2. 3; cudcnt Gove r n m e n t : Social Com m i t tee o-ed President 2 : Pan bel lenic A ,oc'.ation 3. -l : Dclegat� to 1 r w Engl:rnd onfcrcnce 3; l ca n ' Li t I , 2 , 3, -l: E"cc u t i v e Student Government tudcnt Go\'ern m e n t 2 : Vice-Pre ident of . tudent Governmrnt Board of '" ernment -l ; Student -Facul ty Com m i ttee 3 ; tuJenr 3; Prc,i dent of Wea rer' n t C . H . L. a nd N u rnera b ; Hl·a l t h League I , 2 . 3', '1 : Y . W . C . . I . 2 . 3 . -l : J u n ior P i a ) 3 : C h i G a m m a Thtta 2 .

W I L LI AM M I L LER T E R R Y

Phi Delta Theta W1-1 1 TE

PLAINS,

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Fre, h m a n Footba l l : H ockty ; V a r ity Ba;Pba l l l ; I nterfrate rn i t y e0, l i ng l , 2, 3, 'I : l nt e rfrat e rn i t\' Baseba l l 2, 3, -l ; l n tcrfr:1tc rn i t�· Hockey 3 .

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 78


TI LSO

DA V I S THUM. S

Delta U psi/on CAMDEN

MAI N E

Vars i t y Football _2 . 3 . -l : Vars i t y Baseba l l I , 2 . 3 , -l ; Upsilon Beta: Kappa Phi K a ppa : Var i t y Club.

A

TA LOUI SE T I N K H A t{

Phi Mu M rnoLEBORo, MAss. I . 2 , 3 , 4; G l ee C l u b 2: E ng l i h Club 3: Wearer uf C . H . L. - Health League l , 2 , 3 4; Honorable Mention G r m Meet 2 : Boardman Soc.iety l . 2 : D a n ' s List 2 ; Poetry S :: m i n a r 2 : J u n ior P l a y 3 : Hou e Chai rman Foster House 3 .

Y . W . C. A .

C H . RLES M T H ESON TYSON

Lambda Chi Alpha \ucusrA, MA I NE V a r i t )' Ba:-cball -l : l n tcrfrate r n i t y Bow l i ng 3, -l : l n terfratt: r n t t y Baseba l l 3 , -l : T nterfratcrnity Soccer 3 , -l .

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE 79


IT

LOU I S

l LES

Alpha Delta Pi Vl.-.rrn I L L E. l lca l t h League I . 2,

l ; ) m Meet I , . 1 2. 3 .

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aptain .) ; \'.1 r,iry \'ar,ity L l < 1ckC) 2, '. -I ; \'.1r.it) Fo0tb.1ll 2, 3. -1 : Ha eba l l -1 : l nt t' r rratl rn i t � . occcr 2 , 3; l n tt rfra t c rn i t 1 13a;,ehall 2 , 3.

R UTH M . R G A R E T \ 0 E

Delta Delta D elta CAR I BOU, NlA J ' E peeJball 2 , Hea l t h League I , 2 , .3 , -I ; Wearer r 1f C. H . L, 1 u mcrab; ice Pre i d e n t Cl:iss 3; Hot1'c . W . C . A . I , 2 , 3 , -I ; Ba ketba l l 3 ; h:J i rm a n Foster Hou�e I : Hou,c C h a i r m a n M u y Lo\\· H a l l 2; Chi G a m m a Theta : J\rmtooJ... C l u b I , 2, 3 , -I : Prc,idcnt roo,rnnk Club 2 :

3;

Colby

N i g h t Crn 1 1 1 1 1 1 t tcc -I : I n t c rn a t i o n a l R t l a t ion, C l u b ·I ;

THE 1 9 33 ORAC LE 80

E n!::' li'h C l u b ) .


R O B E R T K l\ R R W

Phi

L K ER

Delta Theta

ST. JoHNSB RY

ERMONT

Pre,ident C l ass 4: P re > i d en t Student Cou n c i l ; Var ity Ba. eba l l 2 . 3 , 4 : Editor White 1'111/e 4 : A >si , tan t Editor 3 : Echo I : Fou rth Prize H al l owell Pri.1.e "pea k i n g Contest 2?i°n formal Varsity Ra ketba l l 3; I nterhaLc:rn1ty Ba;ketba l l J . 3 . -1: M y,tics 2: l n tnfr<1ternity Soccer 2 . 3: l nterfratcrnity Bo w l i n� I . 2. 3, 1 : Fre!. h m a n Track t u m e r a l s : Prl's h m a n P.asebalJ N u ­ m e r a l ;� s�cretary Fre h m a n C l a s.

HOW R D E D W I _ I \T\f A TS01

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·ar>ity Hockey I , 2; l 1�terfratcrnity Soccer I , 2. 3, 4 : l n terfratl'rnity Baseba l l J : G l ee Club, General M a nager; U psi l on l_l cta: Secretary -Treas­ u rer Senio r Cl ass.

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\'ar i t \' Track I , 2 : l n tcrfratcrni t1· Basketba l l I , 2 : Deutscher Vcrc i n 2. 3 . Vice-Pres:dcnt 2 : C h i F . p i l o n M u 3, -l , President -l ; Kappa P h i Kappa 3 , -l . Treasurer -l : Ch i G a m n 1 a i g m a -l : l t M u rray Prize Debate 3 : Echo I , 2 ; Y . M . C . i\ . Cabi net 2 : Dea n ' s L i s t I , 2 , 3 : As i:.tant Chem istry 2 , 3 , 4 ; l n tcr­ frater n i r y Soccer 3. -l: l n terfra tc r n i t y Ba eba l l 3 . 4; J o cerfratc r n i t y Track I , 2 , -l ; M a t h e m atics C l u b 3 : Secretarr-Trcasurcr E Clas:. 2 : V icc-Pre:.idcnr 01 Cl s:. 3: 1 ,t P rize for H ighc,1 cholars h i p i n Fre:. h m a n Yea r : pecial M i d ­ Y e u c h o l a r. h i p : LOO i n Frc:. h m a n Yea r ; Special M id -year Scholar:.hip . l OO in

ophomorc Year.

R UTH E. A h M STRONG VlA T E R V I L LJ:: M A I E Health League I . 2, 3, -l ; Wearer of C. H . L . ; Cla:.s I , 2.

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J U 1 r oR C L

OFFIC

R S. MADEL Yi H 1 cc 1 r-;

President Vice-President

AN E MAY Tt:cK

Secretary-Tre 1surer

ETTA Jo EPH I N E PonTEH

J unior Class Histor y T h ree full years have ru n their cou rse, bri ngi ng with them rewards for achievements, wmeti mes defeat, but alw:i.ys someth i ng new a nd i nteresti ng. The recol lect ions of our fi rst years at Colby a re pleasant ones and we k now that they will always rema i n u n forget­ able. As we look a head to a nother year we see there an opport u n i ty-a challenge to make our last �rear at Col by sign ifica nt a nd profitable, a nd to re new our l ives among happy people in an i nspiring e n v i ronment.

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J unior Class Roll Barbara Bridges Eleanor B ri dges Mary Luci na B uss Lois B l a nche C rowell Ellen Gertrude Dignam Doris Ayer Donnell Patricia nn D uoba Elizabeth Clement i ne Dyson i rg i n i a Getchel l El i zabeth Elai ne G u rney E l i zabeth \ i rginia Haight Ruth ivian H a ndley Fl oren ce I re ne Hard i ng Dorothy Dal las H iggi n s S. Madel y n H iggi n s f a ry Ellen Hodgdon l ice May Hovey Ellen Mama H oyt Adelaide Eli zabeth J ordan Evely n Mae Kelley M i l d red E l izabeth Keogh R owena Dorot h y Loane G retta Estelle M urray F ra nces M yrtle Pal mer H a rriet W ilson Pease Portia Yf u rdock Pend leton Rebecca Pen n i m a n E t t a Josephine Porter Margaret Beatrice Raymond farion Louise R oss M a rgaret Easton Sal mond R ut h El i zabeth Stubbs A n n i e May Tuck Cleo Gertrude Tu ttle Catheri ne Fra zee vVakefield M u r iel Frances Walker El izabeth H arriet Weeks Eieanor Lois W heel w right B arbara Zerua W h ite R uth Evel y n W h ite Louise Smith W i l l iams Sybil Lee Wol m a n

Waterv ille, Mai ne Water i l le, Mai ne Ce ntral Falls, R. I . Everett, [ass. Water ille M a i ne Towson, ďż˝ Id . B rockto n , ass. orth dams, _ fass. Water ille, Mai ne Waterville, I f a i ne Waterbury Conn . Gle ndale N . Y . W inslow f a i ne Wi nslow, M a i ne De n nysville, Mai ne Watertov n, I [ass. Georgetow n Mai ne East Madison, I . H . B a r Ha rbor fai ne Lawre nce, lass. Lawrence fass. P resque I sle Ma i ne Brow n v i ll e J u nction, Mai ne Pittsfield , Mai ne Augusta Mai ne Waterv ille. 1\ fa i ne ew Harbor, Maine F reeport, Ma i ne Robinson, Mai ne Col umbia Falls, f a i ne W i nslow M a i ne Fal mouth Foreside, Mai n e Fayette Mai ne L i n neus, Mai ne Belmont, Mass. Skow hega n , Maine Have r h i l l 1ass. Wilton, Mai ne East Di xfield Mai ne Fort Fairfield, Mai ne Dover, N. H . Waterv i l le M a i ne

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JL

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President

H EN R Y

Vice-President

DAvrnsoK

R 'OLD S M E L P EABODY

Secretary-Trr'a.r:ur�r

S U M N E R PETER M 1 Lu

J unior Class Histor y Si nce we have been at Col by we have aspired to carry on each task with enthusiasm and dete rm i nation. Our efforts have been crow ned by success. I n every department of college l i fe the members of our class have been outsta nding . We are confident that in t he year before us the same quali ties which have c haracteri zed us t h us fa r will stand out even more clearl y . Our one hope is that we may serve our Alma Mater not only in our last year at Col by but in the distant years ahead .

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J unior Class Roll Ercole nthony Addonizio J o h n fc erney Alden F rancis Wilbur Allen R obert Fra n k l i n Allen athan A l pe rs Morris Leslie ust i n W arren E m i l e Bela nger bner Griswold Be i n Donald !v i i it o n B i t her Sel w y n I rv i ng B raudy R obert Stanley B rodie W i l l iam Theron B ryant Clark Drum mond Chapman, J r . W i l l i a m Ja mes C hapman W i l l ia m W i n throp Clement Edward Ware C ragi n H e n ry Dav;dso n Elliot Arnold Digglc J oseph Moses Dwork i n Arthur C hester D yer, J r . Paul Edward Feld m a n L e o Edward Fe ncer W i l l iam B u ffi nton Ferguson Samson F i s her W i l l a rd C u rt i s Flynt Philip Bartlett Foster Alan Douglas A rnold F rench Edwin Everett Getchell Sa u l Goldberg Ford A rt h u r Grant H a m i l to n B roughton Grant Sam uel G reenneld Jacob H a i n s C u r t i s Macomber Havey Thomas John H i ckey John Parker Holden Ewald William H ucke George Hathaway H u n t Paul Robert Jenkins R i chard H i l l iard Joh nson R i c hard Noyes K i m ball E rnest Frank l i n Lary F rederick Cyril Lawler Waldron Dayton L i scomb W i l l i a m Alexander Loga n

C helsea Mass. Water i l le . Ma i ne Waterbury, Con n . Waterville, M a i ne Salem, Mass. South C h i na , M a i ne W i nslow, M a i ne East Hampton Conn. Houlton, Ma i ne evv Bedford, Mass. m sterdam , . Y. B ridgton M a i ne Portl and, Mai ne Westfield, Mass. ¡ W i n t h rop, M a i ne Waterville, .Maine ew Have n , Conn . F a i rha en, Mass. Lawrence, Mass. Dover-Foxcroft, Mai ne Springfield , Mass. D rockton, Mass. ew Bedford, Mass. Beachmon t Mass. Oakfield, Mai ne B ri dgton, Mai ne Montello, Mass. Shawmut, Mai ne B rookl i ne, Mass. E erett, Mass. C herryfield, Maine e w Le nox, Mass. Water\' i l le, M a i ne orth Sull i va n , Mai ne A ugusta Mai ne Yonkers, N . Y. Waten ille, M a i ne Gard i ner Mai ne Monticello, Mai ne Waterville, Mai ne Bedford, Mass. Dover-Foxcroft Mai ne B ristol , Mai n e Dar H arbor, M a i ne R u therford , N. J .

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Eugene Albert McAlary Robert M u i r MacGregor Raphael faher Warren Stuart Mal col m , 2 nd George Sol omon M a n n William Henry Millett u m ner Peter Milis, J r. Ra! ph athan on Fra nk orvish A:i ron Marshall Parker mold Sam uel Peabody Woodrov Wil on Pea body Harold Myer Plotkin Louis Percy Progalaski George Thomas Pug ley Wi lbert J ame Pullen George Charle Putnam Guy Raviart Kenneth Wilbert Ray mond Fred Ba rker Roberts Fred Schrei ber Francis B rad ford Smith Arthur Wi lson Stetson J r. Paul Wal ter Sti gler Martin T. Storms orman rcher Taylor Theodore Lawrence Taylor Henry R oll i n s Thomas Francis Lawra nce Topolosky Tru m a n Ward T racy H orace Bounds We cott

Waterv ille, M a i ne Wol laston, Mass. ugusta, M a i ne ugusta, Mai ne Brook l i ne, Mass. Spri ngfield, Vt. Fa rmi ngton Maine uburn Mai ne Brockton Mass. Da n forth, Maine Houlton, Maine Houlton, Maine Dorchester, Mass. Man hasset, . Y. Watertow n, Mass. Calai , M a i ne Waterbury Con n . Paris, F ra nce Fort Fai rfield, Maine Wh itewater Wis. Portland, Maine Waterville, Maine Waterville, Ma i ne G reat Neck, . Y . B u r n ha m , Maine Skowhega n, M a i ne White Pla i ns, . Y . Skow hega n , M a i ne Fai rfield , Maine Gould sboro, Maine Bel fast, Mai ne

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SOP HOMORE

President

MARGAR ET JoRDAI"

W1L !A STA

Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer

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So p homore Class Histor y vVi t h all the adj ustme nts of a Freshman year beh i nd us we are now launched upon the second yea r of our college course. We t ru st that the experie nces of our fi rst year will guide us through the d i fficulties ahead, and we feel confident that the same spirit of opti m i s m which cha racteri zed our advent to college will carry us through the rem a i n i ng two years successfu l l y . With the friendshi ps already made a nd with those \Ve expect to m ake, we plan to enjoy the months before us to the fullest. Al so, real i z i ng the possibi l i­ ties for worthwhile endeavor here at Colby, we i ntend to work creat ively and to l i ve courageously.

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Sop homore Class Roll Ed na F ra nces Bailey M u r iel D u r fee Bailie ha rl otte J ul ia Bates Beulah Emma Ben nett Hope B u nker R ita Clara Carey E l i nor ifarjorie C h ick Kathryn K i ngston Davis Emily Marie Duerr Margaret Ellen Duerr El i zabeth Mary Frankl i n f:iry Ba rbara Gauthier Con sta nce Y \'ette Gousse 1a rgaret Georgie Henderson Dorothy F lorence Herd Kath ryn rlene Herrick Louise Marian Hi nckley B a rbara C rey Howard Ma rgaret Jc rda n Reba Eleanor J ose R uth Charlotte Keller E l i zabeth Emma Lavallee E l i zabeth Sawyer Ma n n A n nette Marie ifartel fadel i ne Edwina elson Beth Page Pendleton The l m a A rl i ne R ichard s S y l v i a M a e R ichardson Elea nor Eldora Shaw R ut h V i rgi nia S hesong B l a nche S i l Ye r m an Mary I Iatilda Small W i l m a Sta nley \ i rgi nia Moulton Swall ovv B riley Marielle Tho:11as R u t h Hovey Thorne R u t h Rachael Toabe Eleanor Mary Tola n La u ra f a y Tol m a n A n ne Carol y n Trimble Dorot h y Elai ne Washburn Bett i na Dea n Vvell i ngton C race H a rthorn 'vV heele r H u t h W heele r J u ne Louise Wight H i lda F rances Wood Evel y n Martha Wyman

Steep Falls a111 e . Y. Port C hester Calais Maine La ncaster, . H . Waterville, Maine \A aterville Mai ne Westbrook, Mai ne V a nceboro Mai ne Waterville, Mai ne \Vaterville, Maine B rattleboro, Vt. Portland Mai ne Fai rfield , M a i ne 'vVi n sl ow, Maine Wi n slow, Mai ne Bethel , Mai ne Waterville Mai ne Wi nthrop Mai ne Cape El izabeth. Maine Saco, Maine Camden Mai ne Wi noosk i , Vt. Calais, Mai ne Sal e m , Mass. Palermo lai ne Waterville, Maine Waterville Maine C l i nton Ma i ne Ludlow Mai ne Portla nd , Mai ne Portland, Mai ne Somer ille, Mass. Southwl"st H a rbor, Mai ne ew York, . Y. \Vate rville, Mai ne Torth A nson, M a i ne La\ rence, Mass. Portland Mai ne Sc henectady . Y. Calais I faine Westbrook , t-.1faine Monticel l o, faine Waterville, f a i ne Oakland, Maine Washburn, Maine Waterville, ifai ne Waterville Mai ne

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Sophomore (]ass Histor y A l t hough recent college le i s l a t i o n h:is p reyented a hea l t h y exerci se of t he padd l e we feel

u re that we haYe i m pressed t h

F re h rn a n Class "v i t h the neces i t y for bei ng h u mble

in the presenc� of thei r s u periors-na me! , ou rsel ve .

\ i t h the race h a l f over we see in

retrospect t wo yea rs c rowd d with ne• experiences, fi ne friend h i ps a n d a notable I i t of accom pl i s h m e n t s pa t i o n .

\Ve look fo rward to t he l a t laps of t h e race w i t h a great deal of a n t i c i ­

O u r :im b i t i o n urges u s to Fi l l t hese re m a i n i ng y e a r s w i t h ach ieve ments that w i l l

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1 93 5 a m e m orable one.

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So p homore Class Roll W.m:rvillc, Maine

Carrol l \\'aitc bbott ) d n::y A l pert \ arden Che ter A m idon Hion B radbury A nderson, J r. George Herbert Anderson Daniel Putnam Ayotte R ichard ason B ; l l J o h n Harold Bantick Leo Harr n H ugh Drum mond Beach Georg-e Reed Berry Mark Jerome Berry Ran11ond john l:li nko1 ski . Jos eph \<\ a rren Bi;hop \\ i ll iam Edward Bowen Norman Hensen Bowl::) Rob rt H a 1 d c n B rann Raym ond M il ton Brittingha11 1 . J r . Jo>eJ h Ward Hrod)!cn Harold Frederick B rown t orman Rol•ert B rown Jo hn Chapm n B u rgoon . 1a rt i n Jo eph B u rn>, J r . Edward Franci: l:luyni k i Che. t e r Ha k e l l Clark, J r. Morris Cohen EYerett H i l l man Cole rthur Coul thar I J o h n Jo eph oyne. J r . Laurance E 1•erett Dow Joh n Joseph En)!lish Robert Franci co E tes George Curci; Fo,ter W i l l iam Thomas Ful l er R a y Goldstein E\·erett W h i t ney G ray Sherman Arthur Guild Edward John Gu rney. J r. Leo Franci Ha •rn-erty "' Rearge 1a lcoln Hagopia n \ a n Voorhis Haitrht Meh·in Green leaf H i1r!!ins DaYid Ru,,cll H i l to� ' Dean Llewel l y n Hodge Charles Edward Houg-hotn, J r . J h n Wa rren H u n t D a n a W i l l ia m Jaquith J o h n D a n i e l J one> Lawn:nce Vi ncent K :i ne H arold W i l l is K i m bal l . J r . M i l to n P h i l i p K l einholz Herbert Ma nuel Koven Theophile tanlcy K rawiec Maurice K r i m k r Frederick Jackson K rlc

t cw Ha 1·en . Co nn.

Barnet, V t . D 1·er-Foxcroft. M a i n e

Portland. M a i ne Hou l to n . Y! ainc Wate rvi ll e. Maine M i l ton. M a s. \ at�n· i l l , ]1.fai:-ic Jew Bedford. Mas>. tratton. M a i ne B u r l i ngton , \'t. South R i 1- e r. . j. Brook l y n , . Y. \ \ aterbu ry, Con n . Cam den, 1ainc Waterv i l le, Maine ! idd lctown, Con n . Providence. R . I . \ <\ ater1· ille, [ainc Portsmouth, r. l-1. \ aterville, M ::i i ne \<\ ater i l le, :Maine \<\ orcester. Mass. Waltham. Mass. Mattapan. M a s. Brockton, Ma'" · outh Gardiner, M a ine Lawrence. M a BcJfa,t, 1ain c Brockton, fa>. . Portland, Ma:nc Canaan, M a i ne Fra m i ngham, Ma;s. W h i te Plai ns, N . Y. \ inchc>ter , M ass. Attleboro. [a». Watervil le, M a ine B rewer. M a i n::: Madison. Maine Watcrbun-. Co n n . lvlapl�to � . Maine Watcn·illc, Mai ne \<\ aten·ille. Maine , orwood, M a . Gard i ner, 1a ine Peaks ! �land, M a in::: R:i nt!;ck1· Lake" . 1 a i n c . Rn ck ton. [ a,�. . \ aten·i l l e. M a ine New York. 1• Y. Brooklyn, . Y. Central Fail>. R. L \Vorecstcr, t-.'[a,�. Waterville, M a ine

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Donalt! Francis L:i r k i n T h o m a s \Vc,t L i b b

Watcn i I le, M, i nc

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A ug u >ta . M a i ne

George Earl Low e l l F i o r d Fre<lcric L u d 1 i g Roi.siter W i l fred Marcou

Oak l a n d , M a i n e a ' h i ngton, M a i n e W i n , low, M a i n e

J o h n R ic hard Merrick

ugu ta, M a i ne

K e n neth F ra n k l i n M i l l s

Con i m ic u t , R. l .

C l a rence A d e l bert Morri l l Lewi

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A l<len

R i c h m ond,

igh t i ngalc

S u l l i van Harbor, Maine

Jo eph Thomas Orlowski

Rock i l lt:,

Luth�r A l den Page W i l l i a m Thoma

P a i ne

Dexter, Maine

Fel i x Gordon Patch

A r l i ngton, Ma,s. H o u l ton, M a i n e

h a rl c, Oti> Pearson

1 u i l ford, Maine

Ech ard George Perrier

Fort Fairfi e l d , M a i ne

Cedric Guy Porter

H o u l ton.

John J a :n e' P u l len

fain�

A m i t ) , Maine

tanwood Record P u l len

Mon on. M a i ne

Carl l :ui:cne R e cd

A m ity, lfainc

Roger H a n on Rhoa<lc,

Hel fa,t, Marne

Donald Fai r>:ricl'c R ic h a rd,on

.'l�thutn, Mas,.

Edward R ick

Rcadi n)!. Pa .

Robert Robcrtwn. 3 rd

outh H a m i l ton, Ma, .

Donald Robi t a i l l e

Water\' i l lc, M a i ne.:

George Herbert Roger,

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E l b ridge Baker Ross. J r .

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H a i le)' R u ,;ell

Lvn nficld Centre, Masi..

H a rold Marv i n tinwn

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Watcr\' i l le. M a i ne

Gordon W i l l iam Sc h u macher R a r mond EJrl

Port l a n d , M a i ne

h i bley

C l a rence A ld r:ch Edgar j o h n

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Waterv i l le, M a i ne

R a l p h Oa k l e ) Peabodr

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Fort Fairfield, M a i ne

R ic h mond Nathaniel l o} c

Fa i rfie l d , Maine

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J o h n Robert Tu rbyne

W i nslow. M a i ne

A l v i n Lombard \ O>C

\ ate f\·i l lc, M a i ne

C u m m i ngs W a l den

Greenvi l le , M a i ne

Joh n Ber nard Ward

L\'nnfield Centre, Mas . . \� atervi l l e, M a i n e

rt h u r Benj a m i n Wein Don a l d jolrn,on W e i ,, Robert H c n r

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\Vacc rvil lc, M a i ne

W .i h i ngton Depot. Co n n .

Wetterau

S h i rl ey V i ncent W h i t i ng Ralph

Strong, Mai ne

am uel W i l l ia rm

Jack on H e ig h t,. N. Y .

W a l ter Lyndon W o rt h i n.�

Palermo, Maine

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FR ES H M

President

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DoROTHY W 1 NsLow GovLr, . r

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Freshman Class Histor y Sorority rushing exa m i nations football games classes t he form i ng of new friend­ s h i ps , and a host of other k i nd red i n te rests have all co:nbi ncd in a glamorous and profitable fi rst year at Col by. Having unde rgone the t ra nsfor:nations and i n i tial development that a c hange in em·ironment al ways bri ngs about, we are now ready to part icipate in all that Col by has to offer. With considerable eagerness a nd youthful ambition we look forward to our th ree rem a i n i ng year · of Colby fel lows h i p.

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Freshman Class Roll Ed na M i l d red Allen H yaci nth H utchins Batchelder Jean nette Eli zabeth B e n n A l i ce Lou i se A ugusta Bocg uel Agnes Cooper Carlyle Phyllis Wilma Carroll Kathry. n Eli zabeth Caswel l Merle Cole Dorothy Steve n s C u n n i ngham Helen Frances Curtis Eleanor Osbo rne Daland J u ne R u n nals Da n forth Barbara Emma Day Beulah Fende rson Katherine Del i a F ra n k l i n Eli zabeth Ruth F reeman R ut h Carlie Fuller Natalie Gilley Dorothy W i n slow Gould Marguerite Staples G rover Katheri ne Lou i se H arvey Bertha Arlene H ayes Teresea J e n n i e Henderson R ut h . [arj orie Hend rickson Charlotte Montgomery Howland Helen Lucile Jones Phyllis May J o nes Helen El i zabeth Kel l y Maxime Leola Knapp Catheri ne C . Laughton Marion Esther Libby a ncy Dorothea L ibby R ut h E l l e n Longley Barbara Therese Luce Lois Kathe r i ne Lund Saxon Phyl l i s Lur ey Elea nor Louise MacCarey Ruth Lyd ia Mal ley Sarah Elea nor Manter E l i zabeth M i ller R uth Augusta Mil let i rginia Moore Rowena Mosher E l i zabeth A l i ce M u l kern R ut h Chandler R i c ha rd son G race Vill roy Rob i n son

New Bed ford Mass. Wells, Mai ne Waterv ille, Mai ne Waterville, Mai ne West R oxbury Mass. R umford, Maine East Orange, . J. Vassalboro, Maine Spencer, Mass. Portland, M a i ne Wakefield Mass. Dover-Foxcroft, Mai ne Fairfield , Mai ne Wells, Ma i ne B rattleboro, Vt. Waterv il le, Maine South Chi na, Maine Wayland, Mass Newton Centre, Mass. W i nter Harbor Maine H oulton, Mai ne W i n c hester l . H . Lowel l , Mass. Waten ille, Ma i ne B righton Mass. Watertown Mass. Auburn, M a i ne Water ille, Mai ne K i ngfield , Mai ne Ma i nstream, Maine Charleston Mai ne A ugusta Mai ne orri dgewock Ma¡ n e Belfast, Mai ne Freeport, Mai ne Rockland Mai ne Newton Center, Mass. A nd over, Mass. Vvaterville, M a i ne orridgewock, Ma i ne Spri ngfield, Vt. Southwick, Mass. W ilton, Maine Portland, Maine Portl and, Maine B ridgewater M a i ne

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Freshman Class Histor y Colby should be consoled w i t h the thought that, al t hough the year has not brought rel ief from the depression, i t has brought to the col lege portal s the class of 1 9 36, u ndoubt ­ edly t he fi nest ever to enter there i n . I m mediately u po n our arrival we were set u p o n by the overbea ri ng sophomore class a nd su ffered n u merous persecutions and outrages :it their hands but have survived, yes, surv ived and even flourished u pon the adversities that have come our way As students a t Colby, we expect to perform our share of the d uties a nd reap the rewards of our efforts in see i ng Colby broaden i·n ideals and accom plishment.

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Freshman Class Roll Herman Robert Alderman Sumner Brackett rcher Frederick Joseph Banzi J oh n Earl Barclay Francis Barnes A rth ur Wil l iams Bartel, 2 nd Stanley S utherland Bea ley Alden Bassett Belyea Alton David Blake, J r . Lew i s Nile B rackley Arthur Osca r B rown J r. R obert Orman Brown J a mes ewton B uckner Cha rles J ames addoo Omar Elgi n Canders B rainard Edward Caverly, J r . J a mes Swa nk Chalfont George J oseph Clancy Theodore Francis Clark W il l iam M u rray Clark Aaron Louis Close Ogden Atwood Colby La Verne Griffiths Copple George Ha nley C ran ton Sumner Lew i s Cushing Lucien Laurier Cyr Herbert Will iam DeVeber R eginald W i l l i s Doble J o h n P h i l i p Dolan Bernard Drucker W i l l iam Art h u r E l l i ngwood, J r. M i l la rd Edward Emanuel son Edmund Noyes Erv i n Fernand Dieudonne Fort i n R i chard F rankl i n Solomon Fuller, J r . Loui s Ga rson Charles R obert Geer Thurston H ugh G i l man George Victor G i l patrick Robert Lee G i l patrick Moses Maishie Goldberg Lawre nce Nelson Gray Clarence Edgar Hamilton Floyd M i lton Haskell

New Haven Con n . Te nants Ha rbor Maine Plymouth, Mass Waterv ille, Maine Houlton, Mai ne Vete rans Ad m n . Home B rookl i ne, Mass. Watervil le, Maine Waterville M a i ne Strong, Marne Wakefield, Mass. Oakl and, Maine Waterville Maine ewbu ryport Mass. G reenville J u nction Mai ne Pro ide nce, R. I . ndover Mass. Qui ncy, Mass. Fram i ngham, fass. Schenectady N . Y. Lawre nce, Mass. J ackman , Maine Ludlow, Mo. G roveland, Mass. Augusta, Mai ne Waterville, Maine Newburyport, Mass. M ilo, Maine Portland M a i ne Brooklyn, N. Y. Rockland, Maine Monson, Maine Waterviile, Maine Waterv ille Maine Ceda rhu rst, N. Y . F rami ngham, Mass. New Haven Con n . Portland, Maine Waterv ille, Maine Houlton, Maine Houlton, M a i ne New Bedford , Mass. W i nchester, Mass. Caribou, Maine Houlton, Mai ne

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Edwa rd J ames Henry H a rold W i llard H ickey Joh n Paul H i nes George Howard Holbrook Regi nald Holt H u mp h rey R obert Ed m u nd J e n k i n s Mau rice A rt h ur Johnson Myro n Lew is J oh n so n Victor Jame J udson Hyman I urtzman Edward Tom p k i n s Kyle K e n neth P roctor Lane Arne Olof Li ndbe rg Lionel Leslie Lombard Edm u nd D'Arcy Loud Theodore Paul Lougee W i l bert Rawson Lufk i n Edward Ja mes McCarthy Wallace Bates McLaugh l i n Ronald Franklyn MacLeod Francis R ic ha rd Maker Samuel Manel is Oli e r Chapt a n Mel len Robert B ates Merri l l Robert i c o l I i l l e r Robert B u rton Moore Bert ra m George Mosher, J r. A nthony Allen M urphy Lewis I sadore aiman J oseph Bernard O'Toole, Jr. Alberoni R aoul Paga n ucci Leon Bartlett Pal mer George G ray Parker Walte r W i n field Peacock, J r. Fel i x Viate u r Picard A l bert Piper Edward Loud Poland Merrill E . Powers Howard Charles Pritham Harry Reid Putnam Louis George R an court George K i ngman Reid J o h n F ra nkl i n Reynolds filler Deane R ichmond John G ra n ille R ideout Albert Elliot Robi nson Allen Woodward Rockwe l l E rnest J oseph Roderick John Prescott Roderick Stephen Mark Rogers Norman R ichard Rogerson

Worcester, Mass. Turner, Maine Berkshire, fass. Ra ndol ph, Mass. C l i n ton, Mass. Houlton, Maine Bel fast M a i ne East orthfield Mass. Lawre nce, Mass. Q u i ncy, Mass. Bethel, Con n . West ewton, Mass. Manchester, . H. Solon, Mai ne Center Ossi pee . H. Oakfield Maine Everett, Mass. Waterville, Mai ne Needham, Ma s. A ugusta, Maine Pavvtucket R . I . e w Bedford, Mass. R ocky Hill, Con n . Water i lle, Maine orridgewock, Mai ne New Bedford, Mass. Oakland, M a i ne Augusta, Mai n e G a r d i n e r M a i ne Portland, Maine Waterville, Maine Dover-Foxcroft, Maine Cambridge Mass. Longmeadow, Mass. W i nslow, Mai ne Waterv ille, Maine Loud v ille, Maine New York, N . Y. G ree n v i l le J u nction Maine Tarrytown . Y. Waterville, Mai ne P ro idence, R . I . Waterville, Mai ne H i ngham, Mass. Hartland, Maine Newton H ighlands Mass. Tew Haven Con n . Wate rv ille, Mai ne Waten ille Mai n e Wakefield , Mass. I sland Falls, Maine

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• RE U M E : Pointer' . . . H o race Da •gctt-that j u tting chin . . . Chari Blomfie ld-phidelt pin . . . Herb Bryan-the j a w . j a y accent . . . A ic Brawn-a l l her writings are iov tories . . . Paddy Dava n--<leep et eres a nd al smith h u zzah . . . Tom Foley-the k i ng l y daisy picker . . . Ir M a l ch-Hripcd s h i rts . . . Gcrrr Colbath-after tak i ng "cold baths," a l l her boy-friend arc i nevitably sent to the sh wers . . . kinny s k i n ner-the wonder cin ler m a n . . . D o t Davics--<lrate bi' eye> . . . M a l Stratton-R usty"'s fi r e badge . . . Don Rhoades-brief case special . . . A n na H a n nagan-such form . . . Phil W h i tten-nice dancer . . .

• M U L E M USI GS. More Seniors . . . E l l i, A nderson-write u n fathomable poetry . . . Leon Braclburya voice that bespeaks of "t' n t leness . . . Vesta A lden-a clash of outboard motorboating-P u t-put-put . . . Ruth tcheler-the col l e�e"> be t port-:ind , at A l per> >Lill remembers chat Fourth Act . . . O>sie 'hasc­ a futu re medico . . . Bob Finch--c u rre n t l )' froshing it with A n i ta Thiba u l t-but . . . orma F u l l e r-art) , with three college affair> . . . K a y H o l m e,-probabl)' the Fairfield red menace w i l l last . . . Fil S i l veirathe Boston apartment w i l l soon cc plcntr of action . . . Lois Dean-a Dekc pin and a Look i n her Ere . . . Bob W a l ker- ix good is ue· of the W h i te M u l e . . . Edith Hoskins--once bit br a mad dog . . . Mary P::t l m er-when she s n 1 i Je,, Ken Mills ha n't the o n l y heart that A u tters-but all of ours i n v a i n . . . Helen i l ferberg--on l r i x people rea l l y k ne w her . . . Theron t i n hfield-the co-eel t i l l resent h i u t ter noncha l a nce . . . Howie Wat.on-right in there with the A uµ usta debs . . . ancy 1 v 1sonhas Mark Berry' ato pin . . . Lib wanton, who. in her day, has f1nched and davaned i t . . . Bert Har ward--originator of a Colby trad ition, the Lea n i n,• Tower or Tent W a l k-with J oh n ny )oh o.ton . . . t hey' l l ·lick . . . Zook Hel ie-the yea t-eati11g poet, who i s t i l l That way about the J u nior Queen of · 3 2 . tan Jeka nosk:-he a>sist the boys with the cham pagne taste and the beer

pocketbook . . . Bertha Lewis-she l iked those four ) ea r . . . . P- h a w ! . . . Jack Locke-has con­ ,·i nced h i m;,elf that the o n l y t h i ngs in l i fe are the Parisian cable from Barb Sherman . . . A l ice Morse-­ the Rradforcl ,ta m p, but ;,he ne er real l y Made U p Her M i nd . . Dana jordan--<arefu l l y scans the back page of the ECHO before send i ng i t home tO the irl friend . . . Dave Sherma n�,. ;,enior, but sti l l naive . . . Carro l l Pooler-take� down Stu Cou ncil notes on the back of letters from Red i n . H . . . . Carl Fo ter -voted the h a nd omest- m u sc l i ng i n on Tufts territory . . . Becky Che. ter--actress . . . Marian Archer­ S u ffol k Law regi t.rar . . . Mal W i l son-] can't com pl i ment him in any better way than to ay he is a real Colby man . . Barb Joh n.on-and, of course, Joh n n y Iden . . . . Ev Stapleton-Paris bound . . . Clarie Lewis and F l o l i en fooled a lot of people. g PE RSONA UTIES OF 1 9 3 3 1 Jn two year thi, Col y u m n has c h a nged from the 0. 0. M c i n tyre to the W i nc h e l l i n A uence--B etsy, not W a l ter . . W i l m a Sta n l ey s m i l e deliciou l y . . . The rock that Georgie M a n n Ila hes i a gift from one of W heaton' fairest . . . . Bob W i l li:im of ew York. who went absolute!)' b:serk over a blon le frosh. starts all h i conversations w i th me "This i not for publication, But"' . . . Ed R ick & Fran Perkin are responsible for the l i vel iness of gym dances with the ato sco m p . . . Why do the nice. t Colby co-eds Aock to the Beach tandard ? . . . Are Joh n n r Holden & A n ne Macomber keeping some­ t h i ng from u s ? . . . Pat Thorne once bu m m ed a ride off'n the ol' mae tro from Bates to Watervi l le . . . Pete M i l ls, of the College l n n . tried to rem a i n Caswel lian with a Sic' emkap bracelet . . . Dot Donne l l . of the College I n n, and john Vicercy arc the nicest cou ple . . . Is Lib Swanton. of the College I n n . real l y a whistlec ? . . . . H M P, of the College I n n , sti l l That W a y abo u t Brookli nc's P h y l l i s . . Terry Ca rlyle trods the boards i n a professional m a n ner . . . The comely M u riel B a i l ie was responsible for the m e n ' B l i nd Date Chart . . . The team of Maker & Clank w i l l a m o u n t to som e t h i ng . . B ri l ey Thoma & Ford G ra n t w i l l ome day l isten to Lohengrin . . . Hank David;,on ·s girl once voted M iss New Ha"en . . . Joe Stevens captivated by the thin l ips, diagona l l y triped dresses. and b l ue roadster of Peg Henderson . . Jack S u l l i v a n charmed by t h e sweetness of Peg Salmond . . . A F ra m i ngham lad who once visited Colby remembers the pep oclent s m i l e of K i tty H iggins. • COLLEGIATE MAD " SS : rocky stone was t h e big m a n o f the year . . . twiddle rogerson fi n a l l y took babe w h i te to a d a nce . . . the tri-tones. beu l a h bennett, kay herrick, and beth pendleton, are ha rmoniously enjoyi ng the college . . . c l eo cuttle is built low to the gro u n d , and is dol l - l i k e . . . m y ron j o h n sen took the plotter J i l l ian t i nchfield story l i ke a m a n . . . kin" cla nc)', the old pretzel-bender l i kes gardening at the castles . . . m i ke ryan wi l l work herb devebcr i n to a trackster of note . . . dickie fra n k l i. n has carloads of ciggies sent u p a nd smokes t h e m c h a i n fashion . . . dottie gou l d , helen kel ler, a n d lois J u nd a r e three frosh w h o w i l l rem a i n outsta n d i ng . . . the a n s w e r to j h n n)"s dolan · s question i , "the w h o l e b e d , cover and a l l ? " . . . a l icc

morse", mother is a plotter backer-thanx, we need them . . . bud h i l ton succes ful i n hol d i ng off the boys attempts to trimble . . . red fel d m a n , the ca udelt big shot . . . ask him . . . el ross & bill hucke are wizzes on the r u n ners . . . die iohn on picks the nice t . . . hole-i n-one l iscomb courts barbara bridges i n the bar h a rbor m a n ner . . . one word description of raphael m a her-languid . . . bill m i l lett should have p i n ned it o n m i m walker by now . . . j o h n p u l l e n & many burns do c l ever d ra w i ng . . . chet clark stil l harbors crooning idea . . . moe cohen looks as i f he might become a stage i m p re sario . . . the nicknames for sporty el Jen dignam have worn off . . . pat Joane :idore

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as membe rs of a national sorority, this is the fi rst y e a r t h a t Lambda Omega has h a d a

chapter here. In J u ne 1 932 A l p ha Sigma Delta and La m bda Omega became a malga­ m ated , so that those girls who were membe rs of Alpha Sigma Delta and w ished to do so were i n i tiated i nto Lambda Omega . Thus the Alpha Sigma Delta chapter that was at Col by has becom e the I ota chapter of Lam bda Omega. Under the able leadership of I sabell Miller '33, the first year of the new c hapter has been a n extremely successful one. Many new pledges and i n i tiates have assured the per­ petuation of the chapte r · w h ile all of the girl s have taken :r n acti e part i n cam p u s activi­ ties.

Lambda Omega was fou nded i n 1 9 1 5 at the University of California at Berkeley , and has grown rapidl y . A t the p resen t t i me there a re te n chapters of the orga n i zat ion . The official publ ication is The Pharetra of Lambda O m ega. It is signiiica n t of an ambitious a n d opt i m istic attitude that a sorority should at this time seek to extend its scope, for there has been so m uch a nti-sorority and anti-fraternity feel i ng that the very foundaion of G reek l etter orga n i zations has been t h rea tened . But the stre ngth w h ich Lambda Omega has gai ned by the am algamation w i l l serve to give it a n i m porta n t place in d i scussions when t h i s q uestion d oes come to the fore. So it is with m ost si ncere w i shes for success in the fut ure that the ORACLE i n c l udes the I ota chapter of Lambda O mega among its pages.

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E l i zabeth R . Freern:in Ruth C. Ful ler a t a l ie G i l ley Dorothy W . Gou l d

Katherine L. H:uvey R u t h M. Hend rickson Helen E. K e l l e y N a n c y E . Libby

Mary G . P a l m e r \ i rginia L. Parsons R u t h P u l len

1 9 34 Cleo G . Tuttle R u t h E . W h i te

1 93 5 A n n a C. Trimble Dorothy D . W heeler Ruth W hee ler

1 936 K a t he r i ne Rol l i n s R u t h V . Shesong A m y Thom pson Caro l y n L . W i l l iam!>

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Delta Delta Delta F o u n d e d at Bo ton U n i ver,iry, 1

Colors:

ill'er, Cold and Blue O F F I CERS

Prcsirlc111

EVELYN R . STAPLETO:\

Vicc-Pre.>idc111

ELEA:"IOR L. vV 1- 1 1oELwn 1c1-rr

Sa-i ctary

DOROTHY R. l-I A R i...0\\-

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- M A R IO :< L. CLARK M EM BE R S

J 93 3 M a rion L. C l a rk

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Dorothea

DJ l'i '.·s

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E l can r M. Rowe l l

D o r o t h y R . H a r l ow

E v e l y n R . Stapleton

Ger;.d d i nc F. Fo,tcr

Ruth M . Vo. c

1 93 4 E l l en G . Digna111

E l izabeth C . Dyson E l eanor L. W h ee l w ri g h t

M u riel F. W a l ker

1 93 5 lku l a h

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H�n nctt

M a rg a ret E . D u e r r

U i nor M. C h : c k

K a t h ry n A. H e r r i c k

K a t h n n K . O a l' i�

M a rgaret Jnrd;in

E m i l y- M. D u e rr

..-\nnette M . M a rtel M a d e l i n e E . Ncbon B ri l c 1' M . Thoma, Dur(;thy E. \ ash b m . 1

1 936 Dorothy S. Cu n i ngham

Luci ! � Jones

R bena Ryan

Beulah Fenders:in

Ba rbara T. Luce

K at h e r i ne D. Fra n k l i n

Eleanor L. M acCary

C h a r l otte l'vl. H o w l a n d

A n i ta L. T h i ba u l t

Ruth A. M i l l e t t

E l i zaberh S . T h o m J N ll 1

E l izabeth

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M.u l kern

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A lp ha Delta Pi Fou n<l �d at \\ e s lcy a n Female College, I Color.< :

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Pres1de11t

CHAR LOTTE L . BLO�I F I ELD

l 'ice-President

PHYLLIS E . W H ITTEX

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B E RTHA E. Li,.w1s

. EDITH M. H o Krxs

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M E M BE R 1 933

G ladys ] . A 1·eri l l Charlotte L . B l m fi e l < l A 1·ie E. B rawn M a rgaret L. Choate Ge raldine L. Colbath

Dorothy D i ng w a l l J ,,abelle l J . Fairbank,

.·\ n na G. H a n nagan Edith M. H e k i ns R u t h A. L� i -zh ton l3ertJ1a E. L w i

Ruth E . N u t t i ng Helen P. S i l fcrberg n i t a L. V i l e R u th Weston P h y l l i E . W h itten

1 93 4 , \ d c l a ide E. Jordon

:\ nnic M . Tu(k

Ca therine F. \\ akefiel<l

l lJ 3 5 M . Barb:ira Gauth ier

E . El dora S h a w

Barbara C . H o w a r<l

J u ne L. Wig h t H i l d a F. Wood

1 9 36 Edna M. A l l �n

Jeanette E. Benn Phi l is W . Carro l l E l � arn1r 0. Dalancl

B.i r b :i ra E . Day Marguerite . Gro1·er B . A rl e n e Haye'

Ruth L. M a i ley Rowena Mosher Grace \'. Robinson Emma M . m a l l

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Phi Mu Founded a t We·leyan College, !

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Color_;: Old r:.o.c( a11rl White

OFFICERS [ \ ' l:. L Y '1 M . HALL

Presirle11t

DOR R I S MOORE

Vice-Pre sir/em

PORTIA M . P io. '.\' DLETO:\"

Secretary

. .\ll .-1 0 E:..Y' H ie 1'1.

Trean1rer

M E M BERS 1 93 3 M a r io n G. A rc h er

V e l m a A . B ro w n

Dorri, Moore

R u t h A rm � t ro ng

f-'ern A . Chapman

� l a rgucritc <leR c he rn o n t

Ethel D. Bragg

Thelma F . Flagg

A . Loui;e Ti n k h aPl

E ve l y n M . H a l l 1 9 3 .J S.

ladelyn H iggin,

( ; retta E . M u rra)'

FrJnce' M . Pa l m e r

M a rion L. Ros'

Portia ·1. Pe n d l eton

E l i zabeth 1-1. \Vcel,,

Margaret B . Raymond

1 936 Edna F . B :i i l cy

Charlott� ) . Bates

Eleanor M. Tob n

1 93 5

Beth P. Pend leton axon P. Lu n·e)

l l e l c n K . deRoc h e rn o n t

, \ n nald l e E. \\' h i re

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Lambda Omega Founclecl :n

n i vc rsi ty of Ca l i fo rn i a , l Y 1 5

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OFFJCERS . ISABEL J. M J LL1'R

I'resirle 111

R ITA C. CARJ:Y

Vice-Pre.•irlc111

E uz,\BETH M. F .R A N K L i l\'

Secre/111 y

E . jOSEPJ-l l N E PORTJ:ll

T1 en..-urer

M E M BERS

1 933 Loi

I sabe l J. M i l l e r

E . D::an

1 93 4 Cnmtancc Y. Gow"e

E . Josep h i ne Porter

Ali ·e M. Hovey

D o ro t h y D . H iggi n s Rebec.:a Pen n i m J n

1 93 5 E l i zabeth E. Lava l l ee

Helen F . B e l l R i ta C. Carer

Laura M. Tol m a n

E l i zabetl1 M . F ra n k l i n

E \·c l r n M . W y m a n

1 936 H pc i a th H . Batchelder

Teresa J . Henderson

Helen F . Cu rtis

R u th E . Longley

Dorothy S . Tozier

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Welcome, Tau Delta Phi For al m osr o n e h u nd red years fraternities have played a n i m porta n t part i n the h istory of Col by Col l ege. F rom the e n t ra nce of the fi rst fraternity to Colby Delta Kappa Epsi lon, i n 1 846 to the p rese nt date both the social a n d academic l i fe of the college has bee n strongl y i n fluenced by t hese G reek l etter societies. Si nce the 1 93_ edition of the Col b OR:\CLE was publ ished, another member has been adm itted to the group of Colby national L a::ernit ies­ Tau Delta P h i . T h e fore r u n ne r of t h e n e \ chapter of T a u Delta Phi existed for fifteen yea rs on t h e c a m p u s as a local fraternity, G a m m a Phi Epsilo n . Struggl i ng aga i nst t h e di fficulties con­ fro n t i ng any local group the orga n ization survived many yea rs of hardsh i p and gai ned the fi nal step on its u pward climb by rece i v i ng official college recogn ition this past fal l . W i t h the real i zation of this m b i t i o n , the members of Gamma Phi Epsilon took t h e n e x t l ogical step b a ffil iation with a stro ng national group Tau Delta P h i as its Tau Alpha Chapter. The progress of Colby's newest fraternity grou p can not be too highly rated . In achiev i ng its greatest a mbition a nd in uphold i n g the h igh ideals of Col by Col lege, Ta u Alpha chapter of Tau Delta Phi is to be com mended. I n mentioning the group however the OR .\CLE can­ not overlook those members of the u ndergraduate body who have done m uch to lead toward the u l t i mate establish ment of the society here. Those men the chapter's first officers, i nclude the fol low i ng: David S . Sherman , consul ; M y ro n J. Le i ne,

ice-con su l ; Robert E . Rosen­

berg, q uaestor · Samuel S . G reenfield custos · F rederick Sch reibe r scribe ; a n d Sa ul Goldberg, editor- h i storia n . T h e ORACL E w i shes t o take t h i s opportu n ity therefore to congratul ate c ot h Colby Col­ lege a n d Tau Delta P h i , a nd to w i s h the new chapter the utmost progress aod success in the years to come.

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Front /\'ow-Brodie, Dex ter, Bryan, K nauff, Daggett, Taylor, l hl'an, Fn:.tcr, Locke

Second

Fifth Now-N. Taylor, H;"kc l l , Ro''· Standi,h, Dolan, .R. G i l patrick Fo11rt/1 Now-StctM rn , Stevens, Geer,, Barm,, (;. G i l pa t rick. Ckment. Blake Third Row-Pa rker, .Rogerson, R . Peabody. Rogers, Sawyer, Smith. W . Pcabntly. M a h � r


Delta Ka pp a Ep silon 1 93 3 Herbert K . B ryan

W i l l:am N. Dexter

R:iymond 0. K n:rnff

Horace P. O:.iggett

Carl F . Foster

J o h n V. . Locke, 2 nd

Robert S . Brodie

R:iphael Maher

Clark D . Chapman, J r .

Aaron

\V i n r h rop \V. Clement

,\ rnold S. Peabody

1 9 3 -1

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\\"oodrow \V. Peabody A rt h u r \V. Stetson. J r . :-Jorm a n

. Ta ylor

Theodore L. Taylor

Thom:is J . H ickey 1 93 5 D;1niel P . Ayotte

Ra lph 0. Peabody

Cl:irence A . Smith

Hugh D. Beach

Richard S. Sawyer

Jos�ph L. Ste,·cn

H a w l e y R ussell 1 93 6 . G i l patrick

Francis Barne

George

A l to n D . B l ake, J r.

Robert L. G i lpatrick

Steph e n 0. Rogers

Robert C. B ro w n

Floyd M . Ha k e l l

J o h n D . Springer

J o h n P. Dolan

N o r m a n R . Rogerson

Linv,1ood B . Standish

J amr. L. Ro�.

Robert C. Thomas

Ch arle R . Geer

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Zeta Psi I 933 Carleton I . B rown Lawrence M. Burn'

Stanley C. Jek::t no,ki Clarence R . L-.:wi,

J o h n M . A l den Arthur C. Dyer. J r . Pord . '\ . G ra n t

D a ,·icl R . H : l ton

H o w a r d E . W at>on H o ward H. \ b i tten

1 93 4

I Carro l l \\' . Abbott j o h n ) . A l uen U io n B . nder,on, J r . jo,eph W . Jfo,hop Robert H. B ra n n

·w a l d ro n D. Li,co m b Eugene A . M c A l a ry Geo r1re T. Pug,ley

Richard H . j oh n,,:rn Rich a rd K K i m ba l l E r ne't F. L a r y

Harold Marti n J o h n }. 13earge

35 Frederick J . K y l e T ho m as W . Libbi· . john R . 1 -.: r r i c k R ic h mond N. oye, Ecl1rar J. m i th

F. Brown j . B u r ns . J r. Engli. h M. H agopia n

1 936 Colby Ogden S u m ner L. Cu, h i ng W i l l i a m A. E l l : ngwood. J r. E d m u nd . E n· i n W i l bert R . L u f k i n

Ed ward J . lfcCa r t h y R o n a l d F . M a c Leod Bertram G . Mmher, J r . A n thony A. M u rp h y Leon B. Palmer

. Peacock. J r. J o h n F. Reynolds J o h n G. R i deou t Ed w i n C. \'e\· e\· : : H o l l i , B. \ C) 'e)

W a l ter \

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Fifth Row-Suthcrlan< l , Sawyer. Joh mon, Sp;1 rkc,. B rown Fourth Now-Foster. Pul len, Bi nkow�ki, Recd T/1irrl Row-Simmons, Tu rbyne, Cole, Nightingale, S:. d i,bury, 1';�:1r�on, Lougee


Delta Up silon 1 93 3 H;irold F. Cha>c

L l oyd Hooke r

Carro l l E. Poo l er

£,·crett M. Fairbrother

Leonard F. Libbr

T i l l on D. Thomas

J o h n F. McCa n n 1 93 -1 W a r ren E . B e l a n rrcr

Sherman A . G u i l d

W i l l a rd C. F l y n t

E 1 a!d W . H u c k c F. Barker Ro b er ts

1 9 35 R a y m o n d J . R i n kowski

Mch· i n G . H igg i n ,

Ca rl E. Recd

£,·erett H .

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C ;cor_i.re C. Foster

Cha rle, 0. Pcar,on

K e n neth C. Sutherland

Leo F. Haggen�

J o h n J. l ' u l l r n

J o h n R . Tu rbyn c

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Fn·d crick 0. S:i w � n

Frederick ) . Banzi

!vLrnrice A . ) o h n ,o n

Robert W .

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Theoc.lore P. Lougee

R . Keith Thoma

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Ti/th Row-Reid, Maker. Stone, Shaw, Piper fourth /?0111-Pag-a nucci, Yad wi11'ki, Clark. La n�. Chalfont. I knry Third Row-Progala,ki, W i J,..- in, K i m ba l l , B rown. Kane. Holden. Stieg l er, A m idon. Ro"


Phi Delta Theta 1 933 A l bert E. Acierno I av id S . Ca r r \ a l ter D . Dig n a m Robert F. Greene

W i l l iam M. Terry

J o h n F. H i l l . J r. Howard I. Libby, J r .

Raou l H . \.iolettc

H e n r y 0. McCracken J o h n . M a l l iaros J amei. E. Pou l i n

Robert K. W a l k e r W i l l iam M. \ i l son

1 93 4 Abner G. B c ,· i n Leo E. Fencer John P. Holden

\\' i l l i a m A . Log a n Loui. P. Progola ki

\\' arclcn C. A m id o n No r m a n R . B ro w n J a mes J . Coy ne. J r.

H a r o ! I V. . K i m ba l l , J r. Don a l d F. Larkin

Ja mes S. C: h a l fo nt \ i l l iam M . Cl.1 r k Th oclore F. C l :i r k E l wa r c l J. Henry

I" c n n crh P. Lane 1-'ranci, R . M:ikc-r A l bero n i R . P.iga n ucci A l bert Piper George K. Reid

Dona l d P . Robita i l l e Franei. B . S m i t h Pau l W . Stiegler

1 935 Dona l d F . Richardson E l b ridge B . R o s ,\ h·i n L. osc

1 93 6 Vli l l iam C:. S h a w r\ m h u n 1 C. Stone vV i l l i an; R . Toth Emil T . Y a d w i nski

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Al p ha Tau Omega 1 93 3 Carl \V. Ackley Elli, M . A n d e rwn - Leon A . B radbury Louis F . Conant Francis Flaherty

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I a n D . A . French S u m ne r P . M i i b

M a rk J . Berry Joseph W . Brog d e n Lawrence E. Dow Robert F . Estes

E \·e rctt W . Gray Ed ward j. G u rney. J r. Charles E. Houghto n

George J. CIJnc y i c t o r J . J u 'Ison Wallace R . Mc L:i u g h l i n Robert B. Moore

Jn;eph

Frank Norvi c h

1 935 John D . Jones E d ward R i c k Joh n F. S u l l i v a n Cordon \Iv. Schumacher

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George G. Parker

M i l le r D . Richmond

A l ben E . Robin on

Foahd ] Saliem rthu r L. pear Lawrence \\'. u l l i \ Jn

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Lambda Chi A l p ha 33 Emery S . D u n fee

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Fra n k E. Ful ler

Cl yde W . S k i l l i n

R . Leon W i l l ia m s

Victor H . Paquet

O t i > 'v \ . W hee ler

P e r r y G . \Vortman

Robert F .

P h i l i p B . F >tcr

W i n t h rop E. fachon

Ed 'l'in E . Getc h e l l

\ ilbur ) . P u l l e n

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1 93 -l l ie n

Donald M . Hither

H e n ry R . Thomas

W i l l ia m T. B ryant 1 935 Dean L. Hod"CS

Floyd F. Lud wig

u m m i ngs \Va l t l � n

Dana W . f a q u i t h

William T. Paine

W a l ter L. Wort h i ng

Stanwood R. P u l l e n 1 93 6 J ames N . B uc k n e r

i [ i \:.i rd E. E111::inuelson

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Charles f . Caddoo

John

Omer E . Canders

George H . Holbrook

Thoma> G . \ a n S l yke

Herbert W. DeVeber

Reg i n a l d H. H u 111 p h re y

Rober' E . J e n k i n.

Reginald W . Doble

Howard C. Pritham

H a rold W. H ickey

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Kapp a Delta Rho I J J .J Fr:.inci� R. A l cieri Cecil P. Bennett Bertram H . C h u te J . Robert Curti>

Robert j. F i nc h Leonard H e l i e D::ina \ . J o r d a n I rv i ng M . M a l e h

Erco le A . Ad<lonizio Che;ter H. C l a r k . J r . E l l iot . Oig"le \':in oor h i � H a ight

George H . H u nt Rohert M. MacGregor W i l l ia m H. M i l lett

R ic h a rd George Joh n C. Edw:ird

j o h n \· . H u nt Fe l i x G. Patch Edward G . Perrier Roger H . Rhoades john B . W·1rd

Dnn:ild H. Rhnade; Leonard M . Ru;hto n F i l bert A . S i l v � i ra Theron R. t:nchfield

1 93 4 (;eorge C. P u rn a m K e n neth W . Raymond George H . Ro.,ers H o r::ice H . We.\cotr

1 93 5 N. Ball

R . Berry B u rgoon F. Ruyni>ki

Donald ) . Vlei>> Robert H . Wcttcreau . W h i t i ng S h i rley R a l p h S. W i l l iams

1 9 36 J h n E. B a r c l a y \ r t h u r W . Bartel. 2 nd Iden B. Bel ye:i Ferna n<l D. Fort i n T h u r;ton H . G i l m ::t n

C l a rence E . H a m i l ton M y ron L. Joh nson Edw:ird T. K 1·le Ed m u nd D . Loud

O l i 1·er C. Mellen Merri l l E . Power� J a m e; R . Sti ncford Glen B . W hi t i n!! ' Robert 1 . Wol fe

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Theta Kapp a Nu 1 933 \ crnon L . Bobter

M a n c l e F . Cole

A l bert B. Nel>on

E i no E . H i l l

1 934 Ed ward W. Cragin

H a m i l ton H . Grant

\\' i l l i a m B . FcrJu�on

Frt>derick C. Lawler Truem a n VI/. Tracy

1 93 5 George H. A nderson

A r t h u r Cou l th a rd

Joseph T. Orlow,ki

orman H. Bowley

George E. Lowe l l

Lu ther \ . Page

C ! J rence . \ . Morr i l l

1 93 6 Bra i n a rd E . Ca1·e r l y . J r.

Robert

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E d ward L. Poland

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Tau Delta Phi I �33 . R senb�rg

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l y ron J. Lev i ne

Robert

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S a u l Gold berg

Jacob H a i n s

Sam uel S. G ree nfield

Ralph

D:ivid

S h errn :i n

1 93 4

H e n r y D:i,·id�on Paul E . Fel d m a n

a t h a n�on

Frederick S<'.hreiber l 935 i\!:iurice Cohen

Herbert M . Koven

Leo B:irron

R:iy Goldst�· i n

M:lllrice K r i n s k y

I Terman A l d e r m a n

Hyman K u r tz m :i n

A aron Clo;.e

Lou i , Garson

R ic hard Fra n k l i n

S:imuel M:ineli.

ycl n c y A I pert

1 936 heldon R . Rudnick Philip s:mon I rv i ng T u t t l e Sid ney Sc h i ffm a n

Morris Goldberg

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Phi Beta Ka pp a Societ y Col by Chapter ( Beta of M a i ne ) Fou nded at W i l l i a m a nd Mary College i n 1 776

Colors: Green and White O F F I C ERS FOR 1 932 - 1 933

President Emest C . Marri ner T ire-Pre.iident Flore nce E. D u n n

Secretary-Treasurer Carl J. Weber Cullen B. Colton

Executive Com m ittee G race R. Foster

Edgar B. McKay

Historian l fred K. Chapman Sta nley L . Clement

Maxwell H . Fei n ma n Evel y n L . Joh n so n Gerald i n e F. Foster â&#x20AC;˘

Members from 1932 Ma rtha J o h n ston Gwendol y n G . Mard i n R uth Nadeau

ft,rfemheu from

H il d red P . elson Eleanor H . Roge rs Barbara

. Sherman

1 9 ] )*

Donald H . R ho:ides R uth Weston

Evel y n R.

tapleton

M e m berďż˝ c l cc.:tctl prior to A p r i l I 0 .

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Third l?ou·- i l vcira, Bol tcr Hooker

Second Row- tratton, Front Row-Wortman,

l fa y , ard , \: i l l ia in�, Libb) , McCa n n k id<ls, Prof. Colgan. 1- kr,cy. l:lra<lbur)'

Kapp a Phi K ap pa fat i o n a l I-l on o r::i ry Ed ucational

S ciety

O F F ICERS

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian

L BERT L. SKJDD T1 L S0 I D. THOMA LEON A. BRADBURY PERRY G . Wo RT M STA. 'LE\' c. H ER EY � [ El\ 1 B ER

Vernon F. Bolster Bertram W . Hayward C. L l oyd Hooker H owa rcl 1. L i bby J r.

P resident Fra n k l i n W. J o h n son Dea n Ernest C. Marri ner Professor Ed ward J. Colgan Pro fes so r A . Galen Eustis Professor Lowell Q. H a y n e s Professor Elmer C. Warren P h i l i p S . B i thcr

J o h n F. M�Ca n n

Ha rrison F. Vvi l l i a rn s

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Filbe rt A . Silveira C. Malcol m Stra tton


Srco:1d /,'ow-Prof. Morrow. W i l l iams. �rag i n . Front Row-Parson . P a l m e r Dignam. Dunne l l .

k i l l i n , A l len, G rant, B r a u d ) rcher

Pi Gam m a Mu President

LTCR L. D ic.N 1\ 1

\�

I icc-Presidc11t

IV L\RY G. PA L ! ER

Secretary-Treasurer

\ E "'f,\

L.

\LDE'.\'

M E l B ERS

1 933 \ csta

L. AIJen

Robc 1 l

� ! a r ion G . . \ r her

J. P i nch

\ ' i rg i n i a L . Pa r

W a l t e r L. D ig n a m

n ::;

f a r y G . Pal mer R. Leon W i l l ia m s

1 934 D ris :-\ . D n ne l l

Pranc i s

\V . l i e n Schv y n T. Braudy Edward W . C rag i n

Ham i l ton

B . Gra nt

\ l i ce M . Hovey

R a l ph

a t ha nson

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Third Row- G rant. Rob�rt>, B u r n ::. Ch:1�c, A i rer,. Shcrinan Front l?oll'- H i l l , ' k icJtb, M o r r i > . Wortman, Nclwn. D u n fee

S n o n d Row-Hain>,

Chi�Ep silon Mu Honora ry C hem ical Society PERRY G. WORTMAN

President t ice-President

Sou MoR RI . LAWRENCE

Secretary-Treasurer

M . BUR N .

PRO F E SOR G EORGE F. p R M E TER

Faculty Advisor . M EJ\I BERS

J acob Hains Sol i Morris Albert B . Nelson r. Barker Robe rts David S. Sherman Al bert L. Ski d<l s Perry G . Wortman

athan A l pers Law rence M . Burns Harold F. Chase E m er y S. D u n fec ForJ . G r:rnt E i no E . Hill John C . Malliaros

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 44


Fo11rrh Rou.- 'ickcr,on, No rvish T/1ird Row- k i dds, Sherman. W h eeler Second Row-Fisher. Goldberg, Le\'inc. H a i n s Frnnt Row-W o r t m a n . B r y a n t, D u n tec, H i l l . M i l lett

Chi G amma Sigm a Honorary Physics Society EMERY S . Du F E E

President

\V 1LLl.'\M H _ IvI 1 LLETT

Vice-Presiden t

W . T1-1 ER01 B R YA ' T

Secretary Treasurer

E I "1 0 E . H I L L

MEMBERS Vl . Theron Bryant

l bert B .

elso n

Sam.son F i s her Saul Goldberg J acob I-b i n. Myron J . Lev i n e

Oscar S. i ckerson F ra nk or ish F . Barker Roberts l bert L. Skiclds Fra n cis B . mith

J o h r. W . Locke, 2 n d W i l l i a m I-I. l i l lett

Ot i s W . Wheeler Perry G . Wortman

J oseph M . Dwa rkin

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC L E 145


Sm i t h . Rowe l l , M. m ith, Hrac k lc1. . Mi l ler t:iplcwn, Nutting. Holme;, Hall. Pul len

ccond Now-A v e ri l l . L. Front No111-

Kapp a Al p ha Se n ior Soc i ety for \Vomen

Founded at Col b y in

Preside nt

K A T I-J ER I . ' E

Secretary-Treasurer

! H ERS

G l a d y s J . \ veril I

I sabel !f i l l er

E vel y n

R u t h E.

Fern

P. HOLM E

R L'T H E.

ME

. B ra c k l ey

N. Chapman

Lou i se C . S m i t h

Evel y n M . Ha l l

t\ Li ry L. S m i t h

K a t h e r i n e P. I lol mc Evel y n R. Stapleton

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE

u tt i ng

Eleanor Mae Rowe l l

1 898

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Second Row -Thorne, Howard. Tol a n . R. Pe ndleton, T r i m ble. Jord a n . La1·allcc, Herrick Front Row-M a n n . W i�ht, B a i l ie , P . Pendleton. Tol m a n

Chi G am m a Theta Sophomore Society for v.,r omen

Fou nded at Colby i n 1 900 l f HI B ER.

ifu riel D . Bailie

Beth P. Pendleton

Kathryn A . Herrick

Porria M. Pendleton

Barbara C. Howard

Eleanor

Margaret J ordan

La u ra M . Tol m a n

M.

Tola n

El i zabeth E . Lavallee

R u t h H . Thorne

E l i zabeth S. Jv f a n n

, \ n na C . Tri m ble J u ne L. W i ght

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC L E 147


T liird Row-JckanO\\ ski, , t ratt1 1 n . S k i n ner

el ond Row- K n a u ff. k i l l i n , B 1 tcr Front Ro111-Di g n a m . W i l l iam. , St i n.:l11icld, F i nch

Druids J u nior Society f o r Men

President

T H E R O ! R. STI 1\ C J I F I ELD

T ice-President

H A R R I ON F. \iV J LL I A l\l �

c.

ecretary ME

r L oLJ\f STRATT �

I B ER�

e rn o n L. Bol ster

John C. Mall i::iro

W::ilter L. Dign::irn

Cl 1de W . Skillin

Robert J. Finch

John L . S k i n ner

Stanley C . Jekanoski

C . Malcolm Strattcn

R :i y rnond

0.

Thero n R. St i n c h f i e l d

K n::i u i l

Harrison F . \V i l l i ::i rn s

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Third Row-G u i l d , F l y n t Second Noru-C. C h a p m a n , B i dier, �oni�h Front /foru-Robit:i i l !c, Ma her, , \ I d e n , W . ChJpm:in

Mystics Soph omore Society for Men . ]OH � M . AL D E N

President

W I LLIA

Secretary

f

J . CHAPl\lA.

R APHAEL M A H ER

Trea urer fE

1BERS

Sherman

Joh n M . Alden Donald

f . B i t he r

. Guild

Paul R . Jenk i n s

C l a r k D . Chapman, J r.

Raphael Maher

W i l l ia m J . Chapman

·warre n S . Ma l col m , 2 n d Fra n k Norv i s h

W i l l a rd C. Fly nt Don::i.ld P. Robita i l l e

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 49


Second No11� m i t h , \ ettereau. Front

Bcrr} . Richard ,on Norv-Ltr k i n . Rick. C u rney. l 'c�thoc l :;

Upsilon Beta Fresh man Soc iety for Men

President

RALPH 0. PEABODY

llice-President

DONALD F. R IC H A R D 0

Seaetrny

G EO n c E

M EM B ERS

Ralph 0. Peabody 'tanwood R. Pullen Donald F . R ichardson Edward R ick Clarence A . Smith Kenneth C . Sutherland Robert H . Wettereau

George R. Berry George C. Foster Edward J. G u rney, J r . Da na W. Jaquith Donald F . La rkin George E. Lowell Luther . Page

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 50

R. B ER R Y


Sccu11d Now-A l d e n . Carh·lc. H ow::ir<l . K eog h . deRoc h e m o n t

/" r u n ! Row--Harkcr,

,

w:u�ro n . Dea n R u n n ; b. D o n n e l l , W hceh r i g h t

Student League Officers A . E L I ZABETH SWANTON

President

DoR 1 s A . Do

Vice-President

E L EA • o R

euct2ry

1

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L . vV1-1 EELW R I C H r

. RosAMOND F. B A R K Eit

Treasurer D EA N

T r N ETTA JV! . Re 1•

L:>

CLAS R F.P R E F. 'T.·\T ! V E

Senior-Vesta L. ,\iden Junior--M i l d red E . Keogh Soph o m ore-Ba rbara C . How:i ru

Fresh man-Agnes C. Ca rl yle

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 51


Third Rotl'-Fo trr, M i l l s Second Ro111- a dcl ( lo, Ln· i ne, J ek a n o k i , \: i l l ia m /or o n t /?ow-H i l l , \\':ilk c r, Pooler. I a ,• jd,on

Student Council President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer

RosERT K . W A L K ER

J oi ;

• F. H I L L

RROLL E. PooLER FR TER ' l T f ES R EP R E ENT.\ TIVE

Delta Kappa Epsilon Zeta P,·i Delta U psilo1� Phi Delta Theta Alpha Tau O m ega Lambda Chi Alpha Kappa Delta Rho Theta Kappa u . Tau Delta Phi on-fraternity

Herbert K. B ryan Stanley C . Jekanoski . Carrol l E . Pooler John F. H i l l S. Peter M i l l s R . Leon Will iams John R . Curt i s Frederick C . Lawler . Myron J. Lev ine Harold M . Plotkin CL s P R E I D E

1 933 1 934 1 93 5 1 93 6

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Robert K. Walker Henry Davidson George C. Foster Charles J . CadJoo

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 52


Third Row-Nathan o n . Con a n t . \ V e i n . H u n t �ccond Rou·-S herm a n . G u rney. K r i n;ky. H ickc� . Hod)!C.,

Front !�ow- tetrnn, F i n c h , M i l l � . \ i l l i : i m .

Pi Kapp a Delta President

. ROBERT J . F1�CH

f ice-Preside n t

. S . PETER

h LL S

G EORGE H . H c ::-: T

Secretary

ART H C R v..r . S T E T o� J R .

Treasurer [ E £BERS Lou i s F. Con:i.nt

Mau rice Krin ky

Jr.

Robert J . F i n c h

S . Peter Mills

Edward J . G urne . J r.

Ra! p h

Floyd

J o h n S . R ideout

1

f. Haskell

atherson

Da\·id S. Sherman

Ha rold W . H i ckey Dea ne L . Hodges

, rth u r W . Stetson, J r .

George H . H u n t

Marti n T. Storms

John W . H u n t

A rt h ur B . Wei n

Theop h i le S . K rawiec

R . Leon W i l l ia m s

T H E 1 9 3 3 O RAC L E 1 53


«011d Nou -Trimblc:. Howard, 'rowel! l·ro111 Noll'-1 l nrit k , W i l l i;1 1 1 1 '. d l Rod1c:1 1 1 0 1 1 1 , H rack l c:) . I l a ig h t

Young Women's Christian Association . M RC ' E R I T E DEROCH EJ\10 '1T Lo 1

Vice-Presiden t

E

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Secretary

. Ev EL Y

Trea.;urer

S. W 1 L u

C. T R I M B L E .

BR

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Kathryn A. Herrick

Program Chairman

Loi s B . Crowel l

Publicity Chairman E.

Social C h airman .

i rg i n ia Haight

Ba rbara

Service Chairman

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 54

J\'I'

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Third Row-Cragi n . G u r ney, Rhoade>, Morr i l l Sffo11d Ro1t1-S h c r m a n . H e l i e . Rei d . Ster>on. M i l b Frn111 !<rJ1u-C l c m c n t , C h � ,c . H radhu r·y, Pr"r. New m a n . W i l l i :1 1 n>. Finch

Young Men's Christian Associatio n L EON A. BRADB RY

Pre.;ident

. RoBERT J. F 1 :-1 cH

Vice-President Secret,?ry

HAROLD F. CHASE

Trean:rer

R . L EON W I LLI.\;\!� Col\1

J I TTEE

C1 L\IR l\ t EN W i l l ia!l1 Ma l col m W il so n Clarence Morr i l l S. Peter J f i l l s Robert J . F i n c h . W i n t h rop W Clement Donald H . R hoades Edward J. G u r ne y J r. Edvva rd W. C ragi n Harri son F. W i l l ia m s Leonard H e l i e

Campus Re.lation:; Conferences International Relations Disarmament A·1eetings Church Relations Deputations Hand Book . 1 i't11 F.ngland Fie.'d Council Research

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC L E 1 55


Fourth J ow-P u t n a m , W a l ker, M i l lett Third Row-Moore. G o u l t l . Tofman, he>ong Seco11rl Row- rn a l l , Jone,. Tot 111:1 11. fa ntu, F u l ler, l .oa nc I d e n , Don nel l , , m i t h . A tchlc> Front Row-Chc,ccr, Ha rker. W heeler,

Society of the Daughters of Colby . VE. T

President

L.

LDEN

DOR I S A . DON N EL L

Vice-President

G R A C E H . w H EELER

Secretary-Treasurer

f E M B E R. S. Elea nor Manter

R ut h H. Atchley Rosa mond F. Barker

Ruth A . Mil lett

Hope B u n ker

\ i rginia vfoore

Rebecca M . Chester

Priscilla F. Perk i n s

orma L. Fuller

Cordelia Putnam

\ i rginia Getchel l

Ruth V . Shesong

Dorothy W. Gould

Emma M. Small

H . Lucile Jones

Lou i se C. Smith

Rowena D. Loane

La u ra M . Tol man

R uth L. Mailey

Muriel F. Walker

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 56


Fo11rd1 Rou�Steven�, Barnes, C h a p m a n . B l a k e Third Row-Ro �� . C. Abbott, P u l l e n . R e a c h , Ervin Second /,ow-Thoma�. H . B ro w n . Rey n o l d s . l i l lctt,

Front

G i l patrick, R . G i l pa r t i c k

Roni-Tay l or, Daggett, C h a s e . P u t n a m . Stetson. Pou l i n , C. B ro w n , Rideout

Sons of C olby G EOR G E C .

Presiden t

G EO R G E

Vice-Presiden t Secretgry

, RTH UR

PcTNAi\i

T . Pt:GSLEY

\V . STETSO r

J R.

M EM BER

H a rold W . K i mball John R . Merrick W i l l i a m H . M i l lett J ames E . Pou l i n J r. George T. P ugsley Sta nwood R. P u l len George C . Putnam J o h n F. Reynol ds John G . R ideout James L. Ross A rt h ur W . S tets o n J r. J osep h L. Ste\'ens orman A . Taylor

Carroll W. A bbott Fra ncis Barnes H ugh D . Beach !ton D. Blake Carleton D. Brow n Harold F. Brown Clark D. Chapman J r . Harold F. Chase H orace P. Daggett E. oyes Er i n G e o rg e \ . G i l pa t r i ck Rob rt L. G i1 pa t r i c k Mel v i n G . H iggi n s C u m m i ngs

\Vaiden

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ccond �ou1- H i t h n ,

Front Row-Ch

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Brown,

i l fcrberg .

Locke,

\\' heeler

Col by Oracle Board ) (

Co-Editors VI omen's Editor

A R LETO. D. BRO\\'N H A ROLD F. CH E . H EL E :

P . S r L F E RB ERG

On

W . W H EELER

Business Nlanager Fa('u/ty , '/dvisor .

PROF.

Donald 1v f . E i ther

l a rgaret B. Raymond Ma rgaret E. Sal mond Arthur W. Stetson , J r. J oseph L. Steve ns El anor L. W heel w right R u th E. W h i te J

i l l a rd C. Flynt Consta n ce Y . Gou sse Forc l ,\, G r:rnt John W . Locke, _ m l Eugene . I fac lary \i\

Walter L. Wort h i ng

The Omclc, Copyright 1 9 �3

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE l f8

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G. E

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Third Rou�M i l lett, ) o h n ,on, K rinsh, Goldher� Secvnd Row-M i l l s . P u l l e n . \ i nchcl l Hue kc, F�lcl m a n Front Row-Plotkin, F u l ler, W a l ker. McCrac ken. Loanc, Pooler

:

W hite M ule Board BOARD OF EDITOR . ROBERT K. WALKER CARROLL E . PooLER H E '.' R Y 0 . MAcCR.\CK E 1

Editor-in-Chief Business lvlanager .·lrt Editor .

.

Managing Editor Litcmry

I uler.1·

John J . Pullen R ich:ud 1-l . J o h n son Lois B . C rowei l Norma L. F u l ler Lyspeth 'JI. i nc hel l

R owen:i Loa ne aul ( ;oldbe rg

Sport J\ fulers

if. PLOTKl '.'.

, lrt Mulers

Leo n a rd Hel ie, Chief

\V i l l i a rn H . M i l l ett W. W i n t h rop Clement

HAROLD

Cirdation Mu/er and Exchange Editor

� f:t u r ice K r i nsky

B11si11e.•j·

lulers

J o h n F. S u l l i \'an \\ a rdcn C. rn i Jon Paul E . Fel d m a n E w a l d \\ . H uckc

. Pete r M i l ls, Chief Ed ward J . C u rney. J r. R obert S. W i l l ia rn

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Fourth Now- Ha l l , Mil lert. B u i niski Tlurrl

lark

Now-I igglc, Goldberg. Berry

Second Now-Donne l l . K lcinholz. M i l l�. GurnC) . Haight

Front Row-Crowel l , Plot k i n . A lden, Finch, Hodgdon, lknrn:n, B ridge

Echo Board R B ERT J . F 1 NCl l H AROLD f . PLOTK I N . V E T A L . LDEN ECI L P. B E N N ETT

Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Ulomen's Editor . Business Manager tssociate Editors

. Peter M i l l s a u l Goldberg

W i l l iam H. M i l lett Ma r y Ellen Hoclgclon

fcmagers Clarence . Smith Elea nor Bridges Doris . Don nell Loi s B . Crowell E. V i rg i n i a Haight

George R. Berry Edward J. Gurney, J r . M i lton P. Klei n hol z R i chard N. l oyes Edwa rd G . Perrier

ST F F //ssistant Buj·iness !l,fanagers Edward F. Buyn iski R i chard . Ball Joseph L. teven. J\lailing Clalcs Samuel fanel i s Norman R . Rogerson R obert M . Wol fe B u �I N E

/ /dvertij·ing Manager Chester H. Clark Circulation Manager El liott Diggle rth u r W . Bartel, 2 nd B rainard E. Caverly, J r. Charles R . Geer

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Fourth Row-Harvey

Third Row-G e l l er - o n ,

h a 1 . P u t n a m . Barker. R o b i n o n Second RoU1-Clark , P u l len, S m i r h . Di ngwal l , � ighr, Loane Front Row-Fa i rbanks, H a l lett, �' h i te . Raymon d . W el l i ngto n . Tutt le

H

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Aroostook Club MAJlG RET B. RAYl\lUND

President

.

Tlice-Pre iident

R cTH E . W 1-1 n E

BETTI :-;A D. \VELLINGTo:-;

Secretary-T1 eao·urcr MEMBER

Rosan10nd F. Barker

R o" ena D . Loa ne

Fe r n

R ut h Pullen

. Chapman

farion L. Clark

Cordel i a Putnam

Dorothy D i ngwall

G race \, . R obi n son

I sabelle D . Fai rba nks

E . Eldora Shaw fary L. S m i t h

Avereill D. Gelle rson 1\ f o riel B. H a l i m

Cleo G . Tuttle

Katherine L . H arvey

Ruth M. \ ose

Ed ith

J u ne L. Wight

f . H osk i n

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Colby Combined M usical Clubs President Women 's Glee Club President _"!\;Jen's Glee Club Manager Women 's Glee Club General Manager Assistant General Manager Faculty 1dviscr .

E L E NOR

M . Row E L L . ) O R DA -

. DA

DOROTHY D1 'GWA L L How R D

E . WATSON

G EORGE H. A DER ON PROF. EVER ETT

, Jccompanist:;

Thomas Pa r ke r

n nc

C.

W i n i f rcJ W h i te

l i v i :;on

Trio H a rol d F. R ro w n , F l u t e

F ra n c i s R . S m i t h , V i ol i n Thomas Parker, P i a n o J o h n W . Thomas

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Director

F . STRO.


Wo men s G lee Club First Sopranos Bertha \ l rn i ra \i\ Th ittakcr Dorot hy W. Gould Ruth L. Mailey

Dorothy D i ngwall E l i zabeth C. Dyson B ri ley M. Thomas

Second Sopranos Ed ith M. Hosk i n Beth P . Pendleton

Jean nette E. Benn A n na G . Ha n naga n Edythe D. Silverman

First Altos Lou i se M. H i nckley Cleo G . Tuttl e Ruth A. M i l l et t

Beulah E . Ben nett Ba rbara C. Howard i rgi n i a M. Swallow

Second Altos Kathryn A . Herrick Portia M. Pendleton Eleanor M. Rav ell

Edna F. Bailey I sabelle D Fa i rba nks Evelyn M . Hall

Men's G lee Club First Tc11ors A l v i n L. \ o e H e n ry R . Thomas

W . W i nt h rop Clement F ra n k Nor i s h George \ . G i l patrick

Second Ten ors John \"l. H u n t Dana . J ord a n

James R . t i neforcl George H. \ ndcrson

Baritones Thomas W . Libby \Vi l l i a m B. Ferguson Lou i s F. Cona nt

J ames L. R oss H a rold F. B rown

Ol i ver C. Mellen Francis Barnes Ed ward J . H e n ry

Basses Glen B. W h i t i n g Shi rley \ . W h i t i ng I'ra ncis R. M aker

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Seco11d Row-S m i t h , Prof. trong. P u t n a m , Fro11t Row-Herri c k . he,te r, W h ite

herman

Colby Concert Board E x E c ' T I V E BoARD . R EB ECC M . C H E TEK K T H R Y N A . H ERRICK

President Seci'etary Treasurer

G EORGE c. p T A M

Executive Co •n miitee BAR BARA z. W H I T E

F R A N C I S B . SJ\! I T H

D V I D s . SH E R J\ l i\ N

JoH.

Program and Publicity Faculty Advisor .

\ u N W EBB F. STRONG

EVER ETT M E J\l BER H I P CoM J\ l lTTEE

V I omen's Division

Ed n a I, . Bail y An nette M. lfa rtcl Ha rriet \�T. Pease Port ia M. Pendleton H a rold F. B ro w n EJ ,. i n \ ' · Cra g i n A l l a n D . . French Frank E. Fuller Ecl w a rd J . G u rney

M:uy M. Sma l l A n ne C. Tri mble n n ie M . Tuck B . A l m i ra Whi ttaker

Men's Division

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Dana . Jord a n I'reJerick J . K y l c Carroll E. Pooler David S . Sherman \ rthur Vv . Stet 0 1 1


Second Row-Che>ter. Swal low. :-\tchlcl' Front /{ow-L. rn i t h , Hlom ri e l d , F u l l c ;.

Masque

R uth H . Atchley

Eleanor May Rowell

Charlotte L . B l omfield

Lou i s C . S m i t h

R ebecca

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, 1orma L. Fuller

ybil L.

f . Swall o\\'

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Sr'cond Nou'-M i l b,

t ratron. urnel', \\ ebb Front Ro11,-Ckmcnt, H:1yw:1 r<l , Millett, ruu l i n

Powder and Wig W I LLIAM H. M I LLETT Secretary-Treasurer 811.•i1iess

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Edward J. G u rney Bertrand W. Hayward W i l l i a m H . ! i l lett Sumner P. Mills Harold M . Plot k i n J a mes E. Poul i n C. Malcol m Stratton John \ . Webb

l ath�rn Al per

Leon . Bradbur a rleton D. Brovvn V\ i nthrop W. Clement R obert J. Fi nch Fra ncis Fla hert F rcJ ·\ . G r:1 11t Otis W . Wh eler

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T /111·d Row-B r y a n . Ch u te, K le i n holz, A nder. on ndenon, Fi her. Sherm:. n Seco11d Row-J ekanoski P l o t k i n , E. Tront Row-A l tieri, vVa l ker. F i n c h , S i l veira, M a l l i aro,

I nter-Racial C lub . RoBERT J . F t N C H

President

Jo1-1N C. M LLIAR03

! s t Vice-Prej·ident

. F RED SCHREI BER

2nd Vice-Prej·ident

GEORGE H . A DERSO:-<

Secretary

M t LTo '

Treasurer

P. K LEI HOLZ

M EMBERS

F ra nc i s R . Altieri George H . Anderson H erbert K. B ryan Bertram H. Chute John J. E ngl ish Robert J. F i nch Sa m son F isher Thoma s J. Foley W i l l i a m T. F u l l e r Jacob H a i n s E i n o E . H i ll

Ewald W . Hucke Stanley C . Jeka nosk i M i l ton P. K l e i n holz Robert M . MacG regor J o h n C. M a l l i a ros Frank orvish Harold M . Plot k i n F red Schreibe r B o r i s P . Sher m a n Ray mond E . Shibley Leona rd J f . R u shton F i l bert

. S i l \'eira, J r.

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Health League Offi cers E u z.\ B ETH E. HALEY

President

Loi

Vice-Pre:;ident

B. CRovv E L L R VTH P u u.u:

Secre ta ry· T reasurer

CLASS H EA LTH LE.\ D E R S

Senior-R u t h E. Junior- S .

T u t t i ng

Madely n H iggi n s

Soph o m ore-R u t h I-I. Thorne Fres/1 man-R uth

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! O R HOC K E Y TE. M ( Ch a m pion )

Tlurd Rot11-Pc ncll eton, H a nd ley, Crowell Second Rot11-Murr:ir, Weeks, H iggim, Haight, W heel w right Front Rot11-Ra) mond. W h ite. Keogh. H iggim

Girls' Hockey The warm a nd sunny a fternoons of early O.:: t ober l ast year found the sporting season for the Women's Di ision of Colby well u nder way . The clash of sticks and the rol l i ng of a wh ite, hard ball about the neatl y trim med field at the rear of Foss Hall i nd icated , soon a fter col lege opened, that field hockey was to be the outstand i ng fall sport. Enthusias­ t i c teams were formed and members of the Women's Division found themselves anticipat­ i ng the approach of the regular sched uled contests. Every yea r the girls in the Physica l Education Class vie with each other for place� on the class hockey teams. After periods of practice and i nstruction under the guidance orman the tea ms a re selected and series of scheduled games a re a rranged. of M i ss Va n Each class tea m plays aga i n st every other class tea m and the w i n ne rs of these ga mes enter t he fi nals. W i n ne rs in the fi na l s a re decla red champions for the year. Members of the team s ea rn poi nts which a re cred ited i n the coll ege recorc.ls tow:irc.ls the necessary qml i fica­ t ions for the C. H . L. a nd later the class numer:il .

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D u r i n g the past year in the hock ey matches the Sophomores a n d the J u n iors were w i n ners of the fi rst series of games. However, the Sophomore-Se nior game, for a place i n the fi na l s, \vas exceed i ngly clo e . The Seniors a nd Sophomores ended their fi rst match with the score sta n d i n g 3-3 ; the tie necessi tat i ng a play-off. \ n overtime five-m i n ute period fi na l l y deci ded the victory in favor of th'.: Sophomores as the second-year girls scored a goal i n a n excit i ng play, l ea i ng the fi n:il cou nt 4�3 .

Z:a.<t action in a n exciting game!

The J u n iors who had defeated t he F resh m a n team now were sched uled to meet the Sophomores i n the fi na l match, which was to decide the 1 932-33 hockey cham pionsh i p tea m . T h e d a y for t h e fi n a l m:itch dawne d w i t h t h e t w o contest i n g tea m s e r y evenly matched_ The abi l i t ies of the two team s were so close that i t would i ndeed have been d i ffic ult, prior to the championship match to pick a w i n ner. Shortly after the match had started each team scored twice and for some time the contestants battled with the score at a 2-2 sta ndst i l l , a n d i t seemed as though a nother t i e would resul t . With a spurt of speed and skill the J u n iors put forth t h e i r best e fforts, scori n g a nother goal which ended the game w i t h only a few m i nutes to play w i t h the score stand i ng as fol l ows : J u n iors 3 , Sopho­ m ores 2. So the hockey championship of the season went to the members of the J u n i or class team . It was sa id of the w i n n i ng girl s' team that "they deser ed t he i r v ictory, for t hey p laye � fast and well-orga n i zed hockey and from sta rt to fi n ish shovved exce llent tea m work. The wholesome rivalry of a season of ho::key l i ke the last de el oped not only a n e xcellence of teamwork a n d speed a mong members of the Women's D i v ision, b u t of si ngle signi fica nce was the fi ne sportsmans h i p d i splayed by the girls on the various teams. In a l l of the season's contests " sportsmanship" was the key note and while the J u n iors w e r e suc­ cessful in scoring the necessary n u m be r of goa l s t o win the offic ial field hockey champion­ s h i p, the true success of the season may be attributed to the l oyal and e n th usiastic co-opera­ t ion of every g i rl participa t i ng in the v:irious contests.

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S E N l O R BA K ETBALL TEAM ( Ch a m pion> )

Second Uo111-Choate, P u l l e n . Da ies, N u n i ng , T. Rowel l . Referee Front /?0111-S ta plcton. Rowe l l . Haky. Hrac k l c)', 1-b n nagan

Basketball When the weather becomes too cool for outdoor sports the gymnasi u m becomes the center of attention and the girls start mak i ng plans for the a n n ual basketball season. While the gy mnasium classes are mai n l y concerned with gym nastics, volleyball, and tumbl i ng, every afternoon girls turn out to practice basketba l l a nd to do prel i m i nary work in prepara­ tion for competition toward securi ng a pl ace on the class tea ms. So, during the early part of last season one could fi nd , on almost any a fternoon, girls tossi ng a basketbal l about the gymnasium. Soon after the snow came and th� practice periods had ended, everything was i n rea d i ness for the ope n i ng of the season s games. Class teams were selected from a l ong l ist of ca n d idates a nd foll ow i ng a brief period devoted mainly to team practice, t he season s games opened . In the fi rst games of the season t h i s past year the Sen iors won from the Sophomores while the J uniors triumphed over the Fresh­ men. Follow i ng t he same plan used during the hockey season to select a championship team, the Senior and J un ior team s were now brought together in a play-off ga me for the championsh ip.

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The championsh i p ga me i tsel f was a fast and stre n ­ uous affa i r .

Encouraged by a championship i n hockey

the J u n i ors entered the contest with a keen desi re to keep their a l ready u nblemished record clear of a sta i n and t o h o l d the championship t i tle.

However the Sen­

iors were j ust :is determi ned to \Ni n .

The battle for the

championship d rew a l a rge n u m ber of spectators and the two rival team s g:ive a n e x h ibition of swift a nd furiou� basketball which was t h r i l l i n g from start to fi n ish. Both 0PH0� 1 0 R E B A s K TBALL TEM1

tea ms were very even l y matched a nd were d r i ven to

e xert their utmost in a n attempt to w i n . J USt one basket a head of the J u n iors.

The fray fi na l l y en ded and the Sen iors emerged

So the Se nior sextet after one of the h a rdest fough t

battles in Colby h istory were crowned the basketball cham pions of the 1 93 3 season .

I e e n com petit ion for places on the class tea m s resulted i n four well-balanced outfits. M a n y of the g i rls playing on the se eral teams h:id had pre ious expe r ie nce i n preparatory schools and high school s and showed skill on the Aoor.

Coached by M i ss Van Norman,

the tea ms entering the championsh i p matches were i n perfect condition and played a bra nd of basketba l l w h ich yet has to be su rpassed on any Col by basketbal l Aoor. Second in popularity to basketbal l as

w i nter sport is volleyball and many girls were

a

this year engaged in vol leyball competition. a se ries of contests a s i n hockey.

Class games in t h i s sport were m ade up of

The F reshmen '�·on from the J u n iors, w h i l e the Sopho­

mores were v ictorious over the Se n iors.

In the fi nal m atch betwee n the F re:;hmen and

Sophomores the l atter team won when the game ended with the score 47-37.

Th us the

Sophom ores became the w i n ners of a cham pionsh i p w h ich d i v i ded the athletic honors among the upper classmen. Follow i n g the wi nter season of volleyball and basketbal l the g i rls tu rned their atten­ tion toward prepari ng for the a n n ua l " Heal t h League I ndoor Meet ." H e re exh i b itions of gym nastics tumbli ng, pyra m i d i ng, cloggi ng, and fol k d a n c i ng a re g i en. Points are awarded to the best i nd ividuals and groups selected at t he meet. H onors are awarded at the sa rne t i me, to girls who have ea rned their req u i red nu mber of poi nts, a nd the new officers of the Health League a re i nstalled. The advent of the warm days of spring aga i n fi n d the Colby g i rl s out-of-doors. T h e mai n athletic i nterest o f spri ng i n­ cl udes te n n i s and speedball, the latter bei ng a variation of soccer. Com pet i t ion i n these sports i s always keen a nd class com petitions for cham pionsh i ps i n each of the a bove mentioned sports a re carried on .

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Varsity Club FOOT B A L L J o h n M. A l d en

Robert S. B rod ie Herbert K . B rran Lawrence M . B u rn, J o h n P. Davan J o h n P. D�wan

Hen n· Davidwn Gcor e C. Fm.tcr

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A bner G . B e v i n Franci> Flaherty

G e org e H . H u n t J o h n F. l·l i l l

Ewald W . H uckc Inert R . Pag a n ucci

Lawrence E. D o w

Sta n ley . Hersey Erne t F. L a r y John W. Loc ke

A rno l d S. Peabody .eorgc C. Pu tnam Paul W . S te g l e r Raoul H. Violette W i l l ia m M . W i l on

BASEBALL �ranlcy C. Jekano,ki Ra y m o n d 0. K na u ff

Tilson D . Thon as

Thoma; ] . Foley

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Saw,·er

Robert K. Walker

TR ACK

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Roger H . Rhoade

J u h n W . Locke

Theron R . S t i n c h fi e l d

H OC K E Y U l r ic R. Prnr n .:rlcau He n r y !'. R:rncoun Lou is G. Rancou rt

E l bric l�e I I . Ru" Ra o u l · 1- 1 . Vioktte \\' i l iiam M . Wilson

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Davan. Ta) lor. \'iolette. Sti nchfield. W i lson, W i l liam

Colby Cap tains C1ptai11 o f Football

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Captc1in of Relay

H RRY F. \V 1 LLIAJ\J

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Varsity Football Review

The 1 932 season opened with prospects nothi ng above a 50-50 cha nce at emergi ng on top of the heap i n t he Mai ne Stat� Series footbal l contest. Coach Roundy had an adequate squad reporti ng at the begi n n i ng of the season with a goodly spri nk­ l i ng of vetera ns among them, but the competition l oom i n g ahead eemed worthy of a squad composed entirely of vetera n stars if that were possible. W i th the real ization of what lay ahead, the squad ent through a period of earnest t rai n i ng on Sea vern ' Field d ur i ng the ope n i ng weeks of the sea son . Then to A m herst on Sept. 24 3nd here defeat greeted the 1 932 debut of the Colby Grid men a A m herst eluded the Mule s Aying heels to hold onto a six-point lead and to win 1 3-7. W i l son scoring aga i n>t I3owd o i n . Photos-£. f . I n ne'' Peabody 1 ecol'ering his o w n fumble.

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ewnd Roll '-\\'ei, . Larki n . Thoma>, Chapm a n, Pugsle y . Rick, Ru,,cl l , f o h n o n . Good rich. Round ) .

Da\ id,on, tetson, B u nh Front Ruu�H ucke. MacAl ary, Dyer, A l den, Lu y, \ i i on.

f i l lett. C h u te . Am idon. Merric k . Ra) mond.

ricgler, \'iolette. Putnam, Foley. Dow, d i l l>. 'vVettereau, F u l l e r

oth i ng dau nted the team u nden ent a week of smooth i ng up beneath the expert eye of Eddie Roundy journe ed south aga i n to Ha rtford and wamped T r i n i t 1 9-7. I n the l i ne Dexter a n d Lar ,, e re !a i ng about them lustily a nd ca usi ng no e n d of ha\'OC to Tn n­ ity opposition, ' hile the fast Colby backfield d i d the damage in the way of scoring. On Oct . : i boi l i ng hot sun looked down u po n Seaverns' Field a Colby opened the u perior sta m i na home season agai nst a nevv opponent, the U n i ted States Coast Guard. e nabled Colby to ope n up a fourth period d rive and trou nce the sailors 1 9-0. Owing to the death of Doctor Taylor the game " it h ermont sched uled f o r t h e ne · t \\'eek, w a s cancel led . Up from B u nsv ick o n Oct . _ 2 came a h igh! confident and u ndefeated Bowdo i n team t o open the tate Series by a m uch-desired win oYer Colb . The Bowser outfit l ooked the best in yea rs a n d the i ss ue of the game h u ng in the a i r o n Colby n ight causi ng the fol l ow­ ers of the B l ue and Gray some a n xiety. H owe\'er o n the next day the Colby team moved in a powerful rhythm and swept the Polar Bea r off its feet to the melodious t u ne of 25-0. In t h i s game the 1ules stood revealed as a wel l bal a n ced u n i t \\ ith Peabod a nd Davan repeati ng their pe rform:r nce of l ast yea r agai n st Bowdoi n , and the l i ne gobbl i n g u p Bow­ doi n plays about a s soon a s they started . End Mal W i l son proved h i m self a e ri table bal l B u t ler o f M a i ne g a i n i ng :.igaimt

olby.

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apt. Violett� 5ai l i ng out ol bou nd .

Pholo•-C.

I ). Hrowr.

Peabody in >11lart off-tackle play.

hawk, rece iving a nd i nt e rcepti ng pas es and pou ncing on fu mbles i n his spare time. On the other end Stan H ersey shone, while Stiegler played a hard game at gyard . I n this game outsta n d i ng end play i n foi l i ng the Bowdoi n fla n k i ng attack and superior drive di proved the myth of a Colby " pa per l i ne" which had preva i led in spite of the assu rance of Coach Roundy that Colby had a t ypical ly sol id forward wal l . Heartened b y t h i victory, sturdy Capta i n iolette l e d h i mates u p t o Orono with 1 1 th rough high hopes o f defeati ng the veteran M a i ne outfit on the fol lowi ng Saturday. the fi rst half Colby battled aliantly with the bal l down i n Mai ne territory. J u st before the h a l f ended Colby had the ball on the Maine n i ne-yard l i ne, but not even the hard d ri v i ng k nees of J i m Peabody could break through the Maine j i n x to core t he necessary touch­ down and the whistle p revented the Col by score that seemed sure to fol low. In the second half the Brice mac h i ne clicked to execute one fatal, perfect play a pass, Romansky to Means, a n d Colby's cha nces went gl i m mering as fa i ne pbyed defensively d u r i ng the rest of the game to hold the 6-0 lead that was the fi na l score. However, t he B l ue and G ray pby was equal to Maine's on the whole, a nd " as featured by the superb work in the l i ne of B rod .ie Lary, and WiLon together with a ma mm oth punt by Johnny Iden. Peabody played a Y icious defen se game and furnished most of the offensive d rive for Colby in the backfield .

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On ov. 5 at \ aterv ille, the f ules, hstle from the te rrifi c hammering of the !vf :i. i n e game pla ed t h rough :i. l ackadaisical fi r t half with St. M ichaels on equal t e r m s . Tn the

¡econ I half Col by u ncorked t \ o passes, Peabod to Locke, Davan to W i l son, a nd won 1 3-0. In the

rrn i stice Day game

beat Bates 7-0.

\.

i t h Bates the team pro\'ed it worth by coming back to

The same forey coached outfit that had held Yale 0-0 in the ope n i ng days of t he sea son fou nd itself outpla ed throughout the game by a fighti ng Colby eleve n . I n t h e second period o curred one of those plays where every m a n carries out h i s a ss ignment, a nd the re ult was that J o h n n y Alden broke t h rough off tackle a n d reeled off a bri l l i a n t 2 -yard r u n f o r a touchdo\ n . Captai n B o b \ iolette k icked t h e goal m a k i ng t h e fi n a l score 7-0. J i m Peabody, great r u n n i ng b a c k w a s carried o ff the field with t w o broken r i b and a n i nj u red shoulder suffe red i n playi ng h i u u a l bang-up game. B y t h i s win over Bate , Colby won second place i n the Series with Bates t h i rd , and Bowdoi n settled dej ected!

i n the cel l a r .

K i c k -off action i n t h e Colby- t . v!ich:iel

game.

Photo--C . D . Brown

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Hrown, Barc i a ) , R . Robin o n , Bro w n ,

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a l iem, Vig ue,

i l patrick, Lufk i n ,

tone, Bel yea, G i l ma n , Reyno!

parkc�. Reid, Paga nucc i , Cl ark

Freshn1an Football The season s fi rst c.i ll from oach Bill Millett brought out a large, but rather l ight, sq uad of fre-hmen--each one eager to show h i s \ are . Prospects looked bright for a fast t ravel i n g backfield, but the l i ne appeared rather below the average weight. HO\ve er, the yea rl i ngs opened their season auspiciously enough by overth rovv i ng a h ighly rated Cob u rn Classical I n sti tute tea m i n a hard fought g a m e on October 7. T h e n o w con fident team l ost m uch of it scori ng punch, howe ,•er, when Thomas was i n j u red in t he Kent s Hdl game the fol low i ng week. Jn t he remai n i ng sea on's ga mes m uch futur e ar ity material emerged in Rogerson, Yadwi nsky, Caddoo B rovv n , S·il iem, Clark, Stone, Lufkin anJ parkes. The sched ule of game : Fros Ii Coburn 0 13 7 October Kent Hill 12 6 17 October Bridgton 0 19 22 October 0 Higgins 19 2 October 0 Bucksport 0 November 4 Action i n th� Co l by Fre h m a n - B ridgton battle.

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Photo\-C. D. Brown


H u nt, Bev i n , Locke, \\ i l liams

The Rela y Season A n extra l o n g progra m of m i d -year e xa m i nations played h a oc with rela y mentor M i ke R ya n 's schedule for the i ndoor season of 1 93 3 . This relay eason conse­ q uently i ncl uded only t wo races. The fi rst v as r u n at the B . A . A . games on February 1 1 th, when the Colby baton passers, Dol an, H u nt, J e n k i ns, and W i l l iams, pl aced second to W orcester Tech d ue to an u n fortunate spi l l on t h e l a st t u r n . Aga i n

n February 1 8th the rel ay team j ou rneyed

to Boston, t h i s time to com pete at the Uni ersity Club games a ga i nst B row n and Worcester Tech . This time w ith a revam ped team consist i ng of Locke, Bevin, H u nt , a n d W i l l i a m s the B l ue a nd G ra y Ayers broke the college record i n the m i l e rel a y a n d s e t a n e w o n e at 3 m i nutes, 32 2 - 5 seconds.

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WILLIAMS

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Sernnrl aow-Coach M i l l ett. Ack ley, p a r k cs , L. Ra ncou r t , l'aganu.:ci, M a nager H i l l Front T�ow-1-1 . R:inwurt. Pomerlea u , Violette. C a 1 t . \ i i o n , Ros., Bucke

Hocke y Sc hedule, 1 9 3 3 Date

Opponent

J a n uary

20

Bates at Lew i ton

J a n uary

23

Bates at Waterville

February

6

Bowdoin at B runswick

Colby

Opponei;�

3

3 4

4

2

Febru a ry 1 0

Bates a t Water ille

4

February 1 3

Bowdoi n a t B ru n wick

3

4

February l 5

Dartmouth at H a nover

2

6

Feb ru a ry 1 6

Northeastern a t Boston

2

Febru a ry 1 4

New H a m psh i re

Cancel led

February 1 7

Bowdoin

Ca ncellecl

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Hocke y Review o athletic eason a t Col by e v e r started off v ith such prom i e of successful results, a n d no athletic season at � Colby v as ever o beset v i t h j i n xes, sent with the compl iments oE that i nsidiou s pair old man i n j ur y a nd old m a n = " eather, a s w as the 1 93 _ - 1 933 hockey seaso n . t Coac h M i llett's fi rst cal l , a team of vete ra n s sharpened their skat('S and started chasing the l ittle black d i s k a rou nd the SouthEnd re na. Capta i n '' fa!'' W i l so n at center was backcJ by '' Bob" iolette a veritable stone v a l l at goal , a n d " B i l l " I r i e Pomerleau a nd B ucke, a bulldog for p u n i sh me n t at defe n se . I n t:�e forv\ a rd l i ne " Hocker" R oss w i t h aid from Tom ' H ickey Hashed the puck up the ice with l ight n i ng peed . H e n ry R a n court a n d 'Tom " Fuller a l ternated i n the remai n i ng defense position playing a steady ga m e . E v e n t hough the sta rt i ng l i ne u p a ppe:uecl s u perior i n e v e r depart ment reserY strength wa lack i ng . The season sta rted off with a 3-3 tie with Bates ' hich l ookec.J l i k e a Colby v ictory ' ith the latter lead i ng 3- 1 at the half but reserve strength was ce rtai n ! m i ssed a s t h e result testifies. T h e g a m e s scheduled " i th B o w d o i n a n d the I a s s . Aggies had to be cancel led when the ' eather man dea l t out thawing weather. The next game saw the Bates Bobcats overcome weake ned Colby Club, 4- 1 . E xa m i nations over, the tea m came back a fter a m uch needed re t strengthe ned mark­ edly by t h e a d d 1 ion of t\. o ste l l a r freshm�en. Lou i s R ancourt and Al Paganucc i , to t h l i neup. Colby then d rew fi rst blood f r o m the Bowdoin sextet, w h e n t h e I fule met the Pobr Be:;ir i n h i s native e n v i ro n me n t . H i tting their stride now. they ha nded Bates a dose o f her own med i c i n e to the tune of -f- 1 . The second week a fter m id-yea rs fou nd the Ccl by aggregation h i e i n g off for a ' eek's tour vvi t h game!' scheduled w i th Bowdoin, ew H a m psh i re State Dartmouth a n d l orth­ eastern . Bowdoi n m anaged to e ke out a ' in 4-3, a fter Colby had t\ ice tied the cou n t . Aga i n mother nature put her fi nger i n the pie a n d as a conseque nce the g a m e with New H a m pshire had to be cancelled. The boys m igrated from there to the h i l l at Hanover ' here they put u p a c red itable game aga i nst the big green puck ters considering the lack of secondary strength, l osi n o- 6-2 . T h e game ' ith t h e I ortheastern H uskies was perhaps the best of the year . The fracas was a n i p a n d tuck st ruggle from the fi r t m i n ute to the fi na l \ h i t i e . T h e cou n t remai ned a 2 - 2 t i e e v e n a fter a torrid five- m i n ute overti me session . There rem a i ned but o ne game, one obstacle that lay between t he Mule, on their return from their jaunt to warmer c l i m es, a nd in i n the postponed t t h i s stage a t h e State Cha m pionsh i p . game w i t h Bowdoi n would have made Colby the cham pion for the yea r, w h i l e a tie wou l d have l eft Bates a nd Colby deadlocked .ind a l oss would have given t he supreme honor to Bates. But aga i n the weat her man i n te rve ned removed all t race of steel bl ue i ce, and left the puck sters a nd the col lege fa n to 3 n t i c i pa­ tory surm i ses of ' hat the resu l t m ight have bee n . W h e n the season i s r e iewed i n toto, faci ng t h e facts a s facts and not a s a l ibis it would seem that the i nj u ry j i n . took m o r g a m e s f r o m Colby then d id their opposition. The l oyalty of the Colby s upporters, a n d their a ppreciation of past success a n d of t h e possibil i ties for the future of the ice game a t Colby l ead the CAPT 1:-.- \\ tL o:-.tudent bod y to vote to make h oc ke y a major sport . � --=--=---

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Third Row-M a l l iaro>,

o y n -, Fencer

hase. O"Donne l l , C reenfll'.lc.l, H u n t. h e r m :i n , H i l l , econd Row-B ea c h . B u yn i> k i . W a l e.J e n . Paine, Lowe l ! , Bu rl{oo n From Row-Chri tie. Per k i ns. Cac.ldol,. W i l liam , Rhonde,. john on, apl. Robin,on, oad1 Ryan, tin-: h flel<l, ' H a l lora n . K e l l ogg. K i mb.1 1 1 . 1- u l l cr, Flahert)'

Field House Records 40-yd. Dash 50-yd . Low H ur<lles 45-yd . H igh H u rdles 300-yd . R u n 600-yd . R u n 1000-yd . R u n I -M i l e R u n 1 Yz -M i l e R u n Pole Vault R u n n i ng H igh j u m p R un n i ng B road J u m p 1 2-lb. Shot 1 6-lb. Shot Discus Th row . 35-lb. Weight 2-Lap Relay

Martin '32, Lawrence '32 Flaherty '33, J e n k i n s '35, Dolan '36 VanSlyke '36, 4 4-5 ec. Robi nson '32, 6 1 -5 sec. Wheeier '3 1 , 6 1 -5 sec. W i l l iams '33, 34 4-5 sec. W i l l iams '33, 1 min. 17 2-5 sec. Bevin "34. 2 m i n . 26 3-5 sec. H i l ton ' 35, 4 m i n . 39 2-5 sec. C. Veysey '36 7 m i n . 5 4-5 sec . Sti nchfield ' 3 3 1 1 ft. Robinson '3 ? , 5 ft . 1 1 X i n . L. B . R obi nson ' 3 2 , 2 1 f t . 3 i n . Sti :1chneld 3 3 , 46 ft . 5 Yz i n . pri nger ' 3 5 , 38 ft . 1 0 i n . Spri nger ' 3 5 , 1 26 f r . 7 i n . Sprague '3 1 , 49 f t . 3 i n . Lam be.la Chi l pha, 2 rn.in. 42 sec.

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S p rin g Track Meets Col by's de isi,·e q 112 to 3 6 Yz v i ctor over the U n i­ versity of \ ermont peed sters is evidence of the fact that the 1 932 t rack mach ine built by Coach I ike R , a n ' as a well-bala nced j ugernaut. O utsta nd i ng in a host of su perb performances i n t h i s meet ' as Dick K i mball s new rec­ o rd in the pole vault a t 1 1 feet -+ i nches \v h ic h he has si nce st retched bv t\rn i nches. Harr v i l l ia ms' - 1 1 -5 _econd s quarter-n� i l e and Theron Sti nchfield s heave of 1 79 feet 3 i nches i n the javel i n were both da ngerously near to sta nd i ng Col by record s . H i g h-poi n t man of the meet was Capta i n Larry Robi nson who showed his old form by cleari ng the har a t 5 feet 1 1 i nches in the high j u m p scoring fi rst in the broad j um p, fi rst i n the h igh h u rdles, a nd second i n the shot, tota l i ng l poi nts. Sunk Flaherty in the dashes collected a fi rst i n the century and a second i n the 2_0 to start Colby garnering poi nt s . F i rst honors i n the hurdle events were d i v ided bet\ een W i l l i a m s and R ob i nson while t h i rd place was fi lled in both events by H a rold Chase. George H u nt fol l owed close on the heels of i l l ia m s i n the q uarter- m i l e while Don Ch rist i e a n d Bill Caddoo teamed to cop t he tv. o top honor po itions i n the mile ru n . I E ermont conspi red confidently t o sweep the t wo- m i l e event with their cross-cou n t ry team Col b y t u r ned the tables b clea n i ng up i n the half with Cad<loo H u nt , a nd Kellogg, a l l relay m e n, fi n ishi ng i n t h a t order. W h i l e Blue and G rey runners " e re busy 'doing their �tuff" the f u l e " eight men a n d j um pe rs were show i ng d c l e a n pai r of h oofs by S \ eepi ng four event a nd captu ring all fi rst places. In the h igh j um p and broad j um p K i mball backed u p Robi nson j ust as he wa fol lowed b Sti nch fi eld i n the pole vault to total e xt ra poi nts for Colby. The latter w i t l 1 h i s mammoth heave of the spear a nd h i s fi rst place i n the shot-put led h i s team ma tes, Dick Joh nson and W i l l iams i n the j avel i n a nd Robin on and Don R hoades i n the shot to shut out the \ e rmonters i o those events. Tot to be st u m ped by their fello,, weight heavers, Cy Perk i ns Reggie 0 Hallora n , and R oger R hoades e l i m i nated ever Vermont tal l y i n the hammer t h row. , ga i n i n the d i scus event R oger R hoades Perk i n s and Don R hoades, plate heavers par excellence. repeated t h i s feat. The [ a i nc State Track and Field Meet held at Garcelon Field i n Lew i ston told ..t d i fferent story. nd yet it is the same tory of the "State feet-Colby-Cel lar" hoodoo. Bow­ doin, ' ith a neucleus of tar athletes, regai ned supremacy in M a i ne t rack athletics with 57Yz points. The U n i ,·er�ity of Maine tea m collected 37 Bates 30 Yz , ' hile Colb t ra i l ed with 1 0 . Stinch fi eld's excel lent j avel i n t h row of l 6 feet 1 % i n c hes was good e nough to set a new Colby record a nd to take fi rst place in that event. Ca pta i n Lc:rry Rob i n son \Vas o ne of t h ree to tie for t h i rd in the high j u mp. Cy Perkins v on second honor� in the hammer th ro"· \Vh i l e Don Chri t i e fi n i shed t h i rd in the h : f m ile. s a c l i max to the 1 932 season those men who had be,,n m ost a l uable to the team and ""hose performances were most outst:in<ling ' e re given an opport unit to com pete in 01 mpic t rial. i n Cal i forni:i .

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Perkins. S t i nchfi e l d , Robi n,on. Coach Ryan

Colb y Ol ympic Trip bl' Co,1

H

M 1 K1:. RvA�

Director �/ Traci( and Field At/Jletics Tine

Col b y student>. Lawre111:e B. Robi nson. " 3 2 , of Lawrence, Mass., No rman C. Perk i n s, ' 3 2 , oE

K e n nebu n k , .111d Theron R . S t i n c h fi e l d . ' 3 3 , uf S t row, acco m pan ied by Track Coach M i_ke R y a n , repre­ sented Col b y on a trip of the track team to Ca l i fo r n i a i n the w m mer of J 9 3 2 . T h e C o l b r g roup wa a p a r t of the part)' repre,,enting the I n tercollegiate As ociation of A m a teur merica. Thi group was corn po,,ed of th ree h u n d red track and fie l d ath letes, their coaches A t h l etes of :ind trainer,, from fort)' d d Ea>tern and M i d -We,tern col l e_::!es and u n i versities. They were the guest or the three Cal ifor n i a mem bers of the orga nization : t h e U n i ver,,ity of California, Stanfo1 d U n i versity, and U n i ver�ity of Southern Ca l i fornia, i n the "Fifry-fifth A n n u a l Cham pio11'hip Meet" of the Association. The meet was held i n the beau t i f u l Edward Stad i u m at the U n i 1·ersi ry of C a l i fornia i n Berkeley, Friday and Saturd a r J u l y 2 nd a nd 3 rd . The Ca l i fornia col l eges appropriated :65,000 to defray the expense. of the trip. Each co l l ege i n the as,,ociation wa gra n ted proportionate represen tation a nd full expense, for i t> grou p. Col by's q uota w:is three a t h l etes a n d co:ich. ew York, on Sunday Tbe main body of t h e eastern party mobil ized at the Commodore Hotel, mor n i ng, June 1 9 t h . On the afternoon of the ame da)', the party e n t ra i ned for the We,,t at !ersey City. Two special tra i n of twel ve cars each were necessary to accommodate the part y. Stops were' made a t Pri nceton, P h i l a d e l p h i a , Wa h i ngton, D.C . . W heel i ng, W . Va., a n d Pi tt,,burgh, to pick up representatives from the i n stitutions i n those sections. They were The spec i a l trains which con eyed the party were u l tra modern i n every re pect. e q u i p ped with the fi rst a i r-cooled d i n i ng and club cars ever to cro>. the continent, a nd a baggage a r on each rra: n was outfitted w i th shower baths, rubbing ta b le. a n d other ncce,,arr t ra i n i ng e q u i p m e n t ot e nable trainers to keep their charges in >hape d u ri n g the l o ng j ou rney. On M o n d a )'. J u ne 20th, the part)' "topped > i x hours a t Chicago. 1vhcre a trai n i ng sc sion was i n d u lged in a t Stagg Fie l d , U n i vcr,ity of Chicago, afrer w h i c h they were tak e n on a sight- ceing tour of the c i t y .

L a t e r s h o r t s t o p s were made a t o t h e r ci ties e n ro u te, the ' � ond l o n g > t o p of the t r i p b e i n g made at Ogden, Utah, where seven hours were spe n t i n tra i n i ng a n d sight seeinrr.

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE ! SS


We

left

the

t r a i m at

Oa k l a n d .

A h uge proce,,ion

Berkeley, where the oflicial welcome on th g a t h e r i ng a t the C a m p a n i l e .

"'"'

formed

Bowle,

Hall

with

the

ea>tcrn

ath lete> to

fter the w e l c o m e the v i sitors w e r e taken to the q u a rter, w h ich h a d been

prepared for them at the palatial I n tern ational Home and at Bowle, 1-l a l l . at

to e curt

U n i ver,ity nf Cal ifor nia campm ' as tendered before a h uge

rep resen tat i 1·e,

from

Yale,

Pennsy l v a n ia,

The Colby grou p was q uartered

W i l Ea m ,,

Manhattan.

U n ion,

Bowdoi n .

Corn e l l and ,everal o t h e r co l l ege>. D u r i ng the trip aero» the c o n t i n e n t , t h e bo�·s from

the va riom col lege' a n d u n i 1-cr, i t ie> lo.t l i t t l e

t i m e i n getting acq u a i n ted with one a nother a n d t h ey s o o n b e c a m e l i ke one µ r e a t fa m i l y . aboard train. t h e coache

The fin.t d a y

held a meeting .i nd n'appcd o u t a t ra i n i ng d iet a n d a l l d u r i ng the trip o n l ,

t ra i n i n.f! food wa, 'er\'ed.

The b o y s had a g r e a t t i n 1 e p l a y i ng a i l k i n d :- of g a m e ' a n d i n d u l g i ng i n hor,e­

play e>pecia l l y when t h e trains made their n u m erous ,cops e n ro u te t h rough the W e,t. k i c k o u t of kidd i ng with the n.itive

The y got a g reat

,ind acc u m u l at i ng novel tie,, soU \ e n i r, a n d cloth i ng c h a racten tic of

the great open space, of the West. The day after t h e party a r ri ,·ed i n Berkeley, t r a i n i ng bega n . a l l over t h e cou n try going th rough their tra i n : ng

paces.

It 1 a:; a great sio- h t to

the a t h letes were given a c h a nce to re t up for the I. C. -1 Thi

D u ri ng 'pare t i m e our boys, i n

t h e r i n , ti tu tion" rook a d v a n tage of t h e v a r iou' e n terta i n m e nts, receptions, :ind

sight--eei,ng t r i ps wh ich were provided for their recreation.

T ra i n i ng conti nued u nti l J u l y I , when all of

. Cham pionsh i p Meet.

me<:t was the fi ne>t in the h istory of the A,sociation, a n d the Easterner

b y their ·peed a n d power.

from

T h e r l i ,·cd u p to t h e i r b e s t perform ­

a nce' of the East in their t ra i n i ng and competiiton> on the West Coa>t. com p a n y w i t h boys from

ee the boy

Th� Co l b y boys made a fi ne i m p re.sion by t h e i r

a b i l i ty, fai t h fu l t ra i n i ng , a n d k nowledge of t h e i r m.pective events.

M a n y records were bro k e n .

su rpri,ed the Westerner,

A l l of the Col b y boys q u a l ified in t h e i r events.

R0binson, who j u m ped six feet a n d a fraction i n the h i 11 h j u m p. w a s i u > t s h o r t of fi n i h i ng i n the c h a r m e d c i rc l e o f poi n t scorer .

Sti nc h fi e l d to eel t h e j a Y e l i n over

I

5 f e :'. t " · h i c h p l a c e d h i m a m o ng t the be,t

ten, and Perk i n s broke i nto the poi n t scor:nµ, fi ni bing fifth with a 11reat heave of 1 60 feet w h i �· h wa' rem arkable for a man of his smal l 'tatu re and weig h t . a n d for t h i rd by eig-h t inches.

H e was beaten for fou r t h by o n l y two i nche>, B r his efforts Colby q u a l i fied not only as the only M a i n e college to break

i n to the poi n t scoring, b u t a l so a' the only ,mall col lege in the cou ntry to score. After the I. C. 4 A . ' the O l ym pic Trial

a cl to

trive for p lace' on tht" ,\ merican O l y m pic Tea m .

meet wa · enioyed d u ri ng t h e stay at Palo Olympic Tea m .

mo' eel o n to Sta nford U n i versit)' to prepare for

the party pu l led stakes and

fi n e t i m e a n d a great

I to, but none of o u r Colby boys q u a l i fied for the

merican

With the pick of the whole cou n t r y c m peti ng, i t wa, a > k i n g too much of ou r boys to

fi n ish in the fi rst th ree, .1 feat wh ich wa, necei.·ary to gain a pl ace o n t h e O l y m pic Tea m . W i t h the t r a i n i ng 'e' ion, for t h e Colby lad, a l l fi n:shed, w e j o u r neyed >OUth ro Los A ngeles w i t h t h e O l ym pic Tea m , to w a t c h the A m erican a:; wel l a There we witne scd the greate t a t h l etic

After t h e O l y m piad o u r party broke u p . way of Texa ,

th� foreign ath lete' i n their training workou ts.

pcctacle that the world ha

ever k nown-the tenth O l y m piad.

O u r th ree Colby b ys started the l o ng trek home, comi n1r by

ew Orleans. the Gulf States. etc.

1 jou rneyed north ,ga i n to attend t h e 13 rit:sh E m p i r e u c:u > t 1 5 . \ ft c r

, · s. . m erica d u a l m e e t w h i c h w a ' ,caged i n t h e K e z a r Stad i u m i n San Franci,co o n t his m eet, accompanied br

e v e r a l coaches f r o m other col l cgt:s. I retu rned home b y way of t h e

r t h we t ,

a na d i a n Rocki�s. S t . Pa u l , M i l wau kee, Chicago. NL 1v Y or k and Boston. T a k i ng n-cr)" th ing i n to com:deration. it was a

n 1 e 111or;;blc trip.

promoted

by

pro m i n e n t perM J m .

\ N e w i t nc- eel u nexcel led ac h:evemen ts, met i n te re,ti ng people and >aw a wonderful cou n t ry . C l by. felt h igh l y p r i v i l eged and dcri,-ed great be nefit. from t h e trip. benefited by it.

L

s h a l l a l way> cheri,h the frie n d s h i p

W e from

W e fee l . aim, that the Co l l ege

that we m ade a n d sha l l nc1-cr forget o u r i n t � r ­

csting and \'aried experience-.

Fresh man Track The story of the feats of Colby men on track a n d field would not be complete w i thou:: mention of Colby's yearl i ng t racksters of the i n door sea o n of 1 933. s in footbal l and baseball aspiring f reshmen a rc given '..\ cha nce to show their tu ff a nd gain val uable experi­ e nce w h ich i s �f assi sta nce both to t he m sel es a nd to Coach Ryan a s he sea rches for new material in meets with su rrou ndi ng schools. This yea r's team showed the best bal a nce a n d the greatest strength ever d isplayed by a fresh m a n ream s i n e t he Colby Fielu H o u se has bee n b u i l t . The �eason i ncl u<leu fi ve rn ets i n ever o n e o( v h i c h L h e I ' rosh renui nec1 u n <ldeateu . The sL i ff c o mp e t it io n offered by the h igh schools and prep chool s aga i nst the team demonstrated that such men a s J e n k i ns, Dol a n De \ eber, F u l l e r, \ a n S!yke and other were a l l v a rsity materia l .

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cco11d Now-Coach R o u n d y , Thoma,.

F o w l e r , t\ . F a rn h a m . R. Farnha m ,

yottc, Mac :-J:.1 1 n a r a .

M.1 n a.!.! c r R i c k r

Fro11t l\01u-Sawrer. R. i>t'abod ) . i'car;o n , i )a 1 . 1 n . Ft"tt'r. l h \' id ;o n , W a l k e r , Magc.x:

Baseball Summary T f ports writers' pred iction for the 1 932 baseball sea­ son we re to be the text of t h i s s u m m a r y we should ha e to tell a d i ffe rent tale. The olby sq uad lau nched out under the able pilotage of Coach Rou ndy and the capable l eader­ ship of Capta i n Paddy Davan boasti ng no wealth of veter­ ans no exces of ex1 erienced sl uggers no mound men of proved abil ity. S u rel y no dopester no matter how loyal could ha e p red icted better than a t h i rd place or the cel iar

i n the State

eries c i rc u i t .

However, to a willing and dependable neucleus of experi _ nced men, Coach RounJy was to add new blood, ne\ stars until he had a team with a q uota of more than half fresh men. I ndeed , i n t he n r t Series game with Ma i ne seven yt>a rl i ngs app::a red i n the sta rti ng l i neup. In t he pitching depa rtment "Georgi " Foste r L-orc the brunt of the heavy assign­ men ts He wa backed by " I" Fa rn ham a nd "Hank" David on At the last of the season a nother fre ·hman in the person of Ralph Peabody filled 5everal assignments in the box. Behind the bat Sta n Jeka nosk i Till Thomas 2 nd Da nny Ayotte stopped the fast ones At t i mes the i nfield looked l i ke a fresh man hol iday w i t h "B ob" McGee cavort i ng around second base Ray Fa rnham in th:: i n neld, a nd Sawyer stoppi ng the ones that si zzled dov n to the hot corner. F i rst sacker, " Bob" Walker was the only vet ran to occupy a regular i n field bert h . H owever, i f the you ngsters had a monopoly of the sack s th ree veteran ball­ hawks, " Bobby ' ' Mac amara " H ank" Pearson and Ca pta i n "Paddy" Da van stopped the opponent ' long rarwc barrage. I n t he sl ugg i ng depa rtment the fresh men aga i n topped

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the he-ap. "Scru bby" Saw er a n d Ra Farnham led the team in bat t i ng a \•e rages. from bei ng a h u rler of abil ity, Foster pro ed h i mself a m aster ticker.

icle

The a n nual Patriots' Day exhibit ion game played on -cave rns Field u nder fi ne weather conditions, on! proved the original m isgi v i ngs of the dopesters a s the if ule we11t dow n to a 4-7 defeat. The fi rst State e ries game aga i n st Bates at Lewiston resul ted in a Colb w i n 3-2 . The next week the tea m started south to play Tufts Northeastern, a n J Harvard o n their own d i a monds. T h e weather w a s cold and damp-a l a t e spring rel apse . Tufts tri m med t h e i n ade r from ifaine 5 -2 , a n d , in Boston Northeastern hit four Col by pitcher to the tune of 1 1 -4 . t H a rvard the game was ra i ned out. Howeve r gloomy these results may appear, the games p rovi ded e xcel l e n t opportu n i t y for Coach Roundy to uy out h i s men i n d i fferent posi tions a n d com b i nations. I n State Series battle with Bowdoirr orr t he i r home lot a B l ue a rrd G ray sq uad, rei n­ '' igorated by a gen e rous i nj ection of freshmen rook ies, h i t their stride as they t u rned back the Pol a r Bears 5-3 . The next customer was Bates. This game ' as a close contest decideJ ti n a l l y by Capt a i n Paddy Dava n ' s l usty c i rcuit clout. The team conti n ued their wi n ni n g streak at O rone where t h e y w o n from M a i n e 3-2 . I n this g a m e s e e n freshmen showed t h ei r " a res. Foster struck out t h i rteen of the fai ne stickers. Sl ight overcon fi de nce caused a bad i n n i ng in the i n field as Bates aga i n played at Waterville and spelled defeat for Col by 5-_. ith two easy games " i th Bowdoin u nder their bel t s the tea m aga i n journeyed to Orono. This time the M a i ne Bear was out for b l ood . F resh man i rrexperience bega n to feel the p ress u r of competition as they fell in defeat 7- 1 . But they were u p aga i n o n their feet the next day o revenge their earl i e r beati ng from T ufts -3 o n fam i l i a r sta m p i rrg grou n d . a i ne i rr the State Series tally \ i t h one game with the C o l b y n O \· stood one game u p on upstaters l e ft to pla . This game took place o n Seaverns Field. Feel i rrg the taste of victory t h e B l ack Bear clav ed the W h i te M u les in a hard fought game which resul ted i n the score Colby 7, faine 9. Thus the fi n a l sta n d i n g in the State Series was a s follows : vi on

Col by M a i ne Bates Bowdoi n

Lost

6 6

3 3 4

From this s u m m a ry we ee that Colb , with a n i nexperience I team , playi ng good ba ebal l , had e xceeded the expectations of st udent fa rrs a nd sport w riter by aga i n tying for the State I nter­ collegiate title. The i m m i ne n t pressure of fi nal exams made it i m possible to play off the tie.

C.\PT.\I :--- D . w '

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Freshman Baseball s i n' years before the F reshman ba eball tea m of the clas of '35 tu rned out by ver­ sat ile oach Mi llett proved to be not a team but rather cle eloped i n to a ladder- l i ke skele­ ton o( a team by which the c ream of the rooky crop cli mbed to permanent pos i tions on the arsity squad. That a wealth of such talented material wa unea rthed under Coach Mil­ lett s tutel age i s evi denced by the fact that from Ji e to even of the fresh men pasti mers occupied fi rst-st ring posi tions with the varsity tea m . Such a practice could only b e a d ra i n o n the efiecti eness of t h e fi rst-year �quacl . There is then a m ple reason why the scores o( the fre. hman team A uct uated l i ke the 1 929 stock market. Realizing that this cond ition was neither fa i r nor desi rable, the athletic cou ncil and baseball me ntors, Roundy and M i l lett concl uded that \ hat Colby needed wa a j u n i or va rsity tea m . Thus fresh man baseball at Col by d !cd a natural death and the B l ue and G rey Jayvees came to take it place. The sched ule of the last of the

Date

olby fresh man baseball team wa as fol l ows :

Colby

Opponent

5

8

15

6

8

6

Cobu rn

10

12

H i ggi n s

3

7

W i nslow

4

10 6

Oppone11t

Mar. 2 5

W i nslow

Mar. 2 9

Waterv i l l e

Apr.

2

M. C. I .

\pr.

4

Apr.

6

9

Apr.

Apr. 1 1

M.

C. I .

7

. pr. 1 3

E . M . C . S.

9

Apr. J 6

E . M . C . S.

0

2

pr. 1 8

Waterville

5

4

pr. 1 9

H iggi n s

5

4

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Standing-Syh·eira,

Diggle,

Taylor

Si11ing-Finch

Tennis 0

The t e n n i s team had a moderately successful season l ast year. In the fi rst match Colby was defeated by Bates 5-4. The second and t h i rd matches were with the U niversity of M a i ne, resu l t i ng in a l oss -1--5 a nd a win 5-4. Colby was defeated by the H a rvard Second Team 7-2 . The B owd o i n match was cancelled because of ra i n . Colby w a s represen te d i n the New E ngl a n d I ntercollegiate matches and a l so i n the State I nte rcollegiate matches. T h.:: Col by team was ru n ner-up for team honors i n the State Meet. Taylor was ru n ne r-up to J acoGs of B ates for t he State I nte r­ collegiate S i ngles t itle, a nd Taylor a n d Perrier were r u n ne rs-up for the State l nte rcol legiate Doubles title. The tea m : S m i t h , Capta i w Pe rrier Ma ·Cra cken Taylor, ' i l ve i ra , D iggl e F i nch, M a nager . Ctl P TA l '; -EL ECT TAYLOR

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Editorial Someone h a s said that t h e "tra nsitory atta i n s perma nence o n l y w h e n clothed i n g ra­ cious a rtistry. Fact alone merits no second audie nce but when happily u n ited with beauty i t e n d ur es . ' The efforts 0£ the members of the 1 93 3 O R CLE Board have been to attire grace f u l l y the t ra nsitory that i ts sign ifi.cance may not bl u r with the years' passage. The pages of t h i s book depict the achievements of the past year a s com pletel y as i t has been possible to reprod uce them . The ed itors w i sh to poi n t out that effort vv h ich this completeJ vol ume represents has been made with but one purpose in m i nd-to make the book both a uthentic and i nterest i ng. Ted ious hours have been spe n t in prod ucing the record of the past years activi ties and the reward for such effort only comes from the rea l i zation that a task weU done bri ngs pleasur� to others. Yet w i t h all the care the ed itors have given to detail there may be, here a nd there , an error or two which we h u m b l y hope w i l l be over­ l ooked . In the passi ng of D r . Taylor Colby l ost a fa ithfu l friend-a t rue ge ntleman. We have ded i cated the 1 93 3 ORACLE to the me mory of our beloved " J ud y " and it i s our earnest hore that we have created a fi tt i ng me morial to his name. Dr. Taylor's faithful ness to his l i fe 's task i the greatest tribute m e n ha\ e yet paid to h i m . M a n y pages have been written honori ng Dr. Taylor a n d wi thout w r i t i ng further the ORACLE si ncerely rays homage to the memory of him who j u stly earned the name, "Col by's g rand old m a n . " I t i s i m possible to let this opport u n i t y p a s s w i thout com me nt i ng on the criticism which has been b rought to bear conce rning the ' ' expense i n these h a rd t i mes of publ i s h i ng such a book as the O R A C L E . " Steps have been taken by the ad m i n i stration to d rast ically red uce the a n n ua l e x pe n d i t u res of students. This e ffort i s comme ndable, for student expenses a l l w i l l agree, m ust necessa rily fol lov. the t rend of the t i mes. But we trust that those who most strongl y protest i n favor of c u rta i l ment of the O R A C L E publ i s h i ng e xpense w i l l be ge n u i ne l y fa i r in t h e i r criticism. I n this connection it is to the poi n t to mention several pert i nent facts regard ing student e xpend i t u re i n general .

The yea rly "blanket tax" funds which come from tuJent pay m ents and a re col lecteJ with the term b i l l s go to support various phases of college l i fe-Atheltics, Ech o , White Mule, Y. M. C. A., Debati n g etc. The Alu m n us in a rece nt attack on excessive compul­ sory ' bl a nket tax ' fees rendered a d i sti nct service when i t critici zed u ndergrad uates bei n g force d , often aga i nst t h e i r w i l ls, to p a y fees f o r u nj u st taxations . T h e ORACLE bel ieves t ha t every consistent effort should b e made t o l ower excessive fi na ncial b u rdens for Colby stu­ d e n ts, but i t strongly p rotests :igai r.st a red uction that i not r roperl y d istributed amonp­ a l l of the extra curricular o rga n i zations which d i rectly or i n d i rectly derive benefit t h rougi1 the "bl anke tax" privilege. College a n nuals have genera l l y been criticized for their e xpense and College Humor rece ntly editori a l l y clai med th:it the death knel l of the college a n nual had been sou nded . Be that statement as it may, t he re a re ome thi ngs which ,, ill Ii e on rega rd le�s o( co t or criticism. Those t h i ngs are memories such as the O R A C L E p reserves for i c readers. T o completely e l i m inate the O R A CL E from the cam pus, which unfortu nate l y some st range l y favor, would I c to rob Colby of a n i n st itution which has contin ued succe sfu l l y si nce 1 8(18 .

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The e<l itors, rn i n<l ful of the criticism which has been hu rleJ aga i nst the ORAC LE, have taken advantage of every opportun ity to produce the type of book which r i ses above criti­ cism for its sheer wort h . Within the pages of t h i s volu me the reader will note many addi­ t i onal i n novations. Care has bee n exercised i n the design and plan ning of the vol ume to p rod uce a type of book superior to any yet publi hed . This has been largel y possible becau e of the lowered price of materi als and labor and while the e xpend itur e for the 1 933 O R A C L E i s very cl ose to that of last year's, we si ncerel y bel ieve that this year's publ i cation is worth of that which i t is i nt ended to symbol i ze . T h e O R A LE wi she t o take t h i s opport unity t o thank a l l o f those w h o have i n any way a si sted i n making this book a success. We would e pec ial ly mention : Mr. Ed ward I n ness, of the Portland Press Herald, who so ge!le rously contribu ted f.e veral football action pictures· Miss Ethelyn Nolan, of Boston, for her graci ousne�s i n suppl y i ng the attracti ve copy right plate sketch and the ' I n Memori a m " a rt design ; P resident Fra n k l i n W . Johnson Miss Al ice Puri nton, Alum nae Secreta ry, G. Cecil Godda rd, l u m n i Secreta ry, Coach M i ke Ryan M i ss Rebecca Cheste r, Leona rd Hel ie, Ewald Hucke and John Puller. for their l i te ra ry cont ributions· the Depa rtment of \t hletics for thei r co-operation i n suppl y i ng data ; Joseph Coburn Smith for his val uable contributions and e xcellent photographs; Blank and Stol e r of ew York City, for their permi sion to use copyright photogra phs; Ralph W . Atkins for his assistance i n techn ical photographic problems; Prof. H erbert Carlyle Libby for his helpful sugges­ tions· Prof. rth u r Galen Eusti , our Faculty Adviser, for his val uable co-operation anJ advice on many p roblems which con fronted us and l ast but by no means least, our adver­ t isers who in these trying ti mes, contributed valuable financial su pport . Above a l l , the w i l l i ngness of the members of the OnACLE Board to co-operate emerge ncy ha made the ulti mate uccess of the present publ ication possible.

THE 1 9 33 ORAC LE 1 96

111

any


Frank Bailey H ubbard H igh i n the l i st of those who have served Colby long and fa ith­ fully, the name of Fra n k B a i ley H ubbard sta nd s out representative o f those w hose i nterest and de oti o n to A l m a Mater have been u n t i r i ng. Mr. H ubbard \·v ho was a member of the Zeta Psi frate rnity and of that famed Class of 1 884, was k nown in h i s col l ege d a y s a s a student of keen abi l i t y . H is s uccess i n the yea r s th:i.t fol l owed , d uring w h i c h he c a m e to h o l d a re­ sponsible position with t he Ma i ne Central R a i l­ road, demonst rated that he was a m a n of u n us­ u a l l y sound j udgment :i nd broad v i sion . D u r i ng t he ad m i n i s­ tration of P resident A r­ t h u r J . R oberts, l argel y t hrough t he i n A ue nce o f J udge Lesl ie Corn ish, Mr. H ubbard becam e Treasurer of the college. H e was welcomed to that posit ion on J ul y 1 , 1 9 1 7.

FRA

K B A I LEY H U B B A R D

In the years which have passed si nce that t i me, Mr. H ubbard has always held the i nterest of Col by cl ose to h i s heart and the fi rm financ ial cond ition of Colby a t t he prese n t time i s, i n no small measure, d ue to h i s efforts. H e has b e e n n o t only a w i se cou nsellor but a friend to a l l . B y a proclamation passed by t he Board of Trustees on J u l y 3 0 , 1 930, Mr. H u bbard w i ll this J une be rel ieved of his active d uties a s T reasurer of Colby · hav i ng last yea r passed his 70th b i rthday. As a token of apprec iation, a nd symbol i c of the h igh esteem a l l have for M r. H ub­ bard, the ORA LE takes t h i s opport unity of pay i r w h i m t ribute on t h e occasion ( as h e happil y terms i t ) of h i s "second grad uat i on . '

T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 97


Wom en's Colby Night T h i year the women' d i v i sion cast tradit ion t o the wi nds, and held a n entirely new and u n usual Colby ight celebration. The activi ties, i n charge of Phylli Whitten, '33, ' ere of a sort which brought back happ memorieJ to t he alum nae an<l am used an<l entertai ned the u ndergrad uates. The ti me- honored get-together was held i n the . \ l u m nae build i ng, with Dean 1 netta R u nmls welco m i ng the grad uate a nd i n t rod ucing the program . Fol lowing the sing­ i ng of songs " i n the p i rit of l 932 " a l i vely and i nteresting skit " i n the spirit of the gay n i neties" wa pre e nted by some of the alumnae. It was prod uced under the able d i rection of Helen F reeman, '23 aided by a capable cast which i ncl uded Margaret Totman, ex-' 1 9, Mar B. Manter, ex-'04, Ma rion . Lewi s, '32, Tina C. Thom pson, '32, Mary Warren, '22, M.

Evel yn Foster '2 and Violette Dav iau, '2 . The scene ' a a college "dorm" in those l�y-gone days, :rnd the tories and songs used in the kit were also rem i n i cent of the ga y n i net ies. The guest speaker of the even i ng was Leonette t he u ndergrad uates was helpful and st i m ulati ng.

[.

Warbu rton, '23.

Her message to

Songs and cheers were led by Eleanor L Rowel l , 33, which added to Women s Colby Night a Aavor of the zest which i s su pposed to emanate from the men's side of the cam­ pus on this same night. A fter the program a soc ial hour gave the al u m nae and students a c hance to become acqua i n ted . I n order that everyone might meet everyone else, an i ngen ious game was played, the object of which was to see what undergrad uates could get t he most al u m nae signat u r s. P ri ze were offered, which were won by Lois Crowel l , '34 and Doroth y Gould, '36 and were presented to t hem by M rs. Herbert C. Li bby '03, cha i r­ man of the A l u m nae Com m ittee. The refresh mer.ts of cider and dough nuts served also as :i means of spread i ng con v i viality t h roughout the grou p. The singing of A l ma Mater brought to a clo3e another merry Colby

THE 1 9 33 O RAC LE 1 98

ight.


Men's Colb y N ight "

en of Colb :

" T H E COLBY G R A DU TE A SSOCT ATI O OF T H E M ID D LE ATL NTIC ST TES 'fA R Y L t D, A D W A S H I 'GTO D. C. EXTE1 D S I TS G R EETI 1 GS TO A L M M T E R ND H ER FOOTB ALL BOYS UPON T H I S COLBY IGHT. TI-IE COL B Y SPI R I T r s M I G H TY LOYA L 0 E . K EEP I T F U L L Y A L I E D U R T G T H ESE H R D TI M ES." ( Signed )

R . f . H A S ! ELL, Secretary

Thus read a telegram dated Ph i ladel phia Pa. October 2 1 , 1 932, which was delivered to the gymnasium early in the eve n i ng of the 2 1 st of October of l ast yea r. The event of the even i ng was the a n n ua l "COLBY N I G H T" celebration ' hich took place on the eve of the Colby-Bowdoi n game. vVrites the lum n us: ' Confident in the trad ition that Colby football tea m s are at least two touc hdow n s better than her opponents Colby a l u m n i packed the "Old G y m " to observe the a n nual Colby Tight and l i sten to peeches by former football men a nd other outsta n d i ng gra uates." P resid i ng 0 \ er the gathering that eve n i ng was Nei l C . Leonard, _ l , president of th� General Association. The eve nts of the even i ng were as colorful as any w h i ch ha e ever bee n held u nder the roof of the ''Old G y m , ' and there wer e nough Col by supporters, i ncl ud i n g both grad uates and u ndergrad uates, to make the cheering section that n ight nea rl y 800 strong. The eve n i ng was wel l u nderway when the Colby fifty-piece band marched t r i u m ph­ antly down Col lege venue only to ret urn a hart time later to fu rn i sh the m u sic at the e xe rc i ses i n the gym nasi u m . T h e speakers of t h e even i ng i ncl uded t h e fol l ow i ng : Herbert E. Wadswort h , '92 Chairman of the Board of Trustees· Dr. L i bby P u l s i fer, '2 1 former capta i n of footba l l a nd A l l -Mai ne end ; Coach Eddie Roundy · Ca pta i n " Bob" V iolette · A rt h u r F. Bickford ' 1 6, pre ·ident of t he Boston l u m n i ssociation a nd President Frankl i n Win low Joh nson, '9 1 .

One of the exc i t i n g events of the eve n i ng took place when the c heerleaders ushered to the speakers' platform ( w ith all d ue pom p and sple n dor ) a well proportioned ''Whit� f ule." The l ong-eared a n i mal had been l ocated not fa r from A ugusta and the boys had m a n aged to persuade t he owner to per m i t t he col l ege to borrow" the m ule for the season . I ncidenta l l y t h e m ule w a s t h e fi rst v h ich has been favored to act as Col by's !ascot si nce 1 925 when Colb beat Bowdoi n 1 0-7. Some may feel and perhaps j ustly so, that the presence of the a n i mal had somet h i n g to do \.Vith the :2 5-0 t rounc i ng that Bowdoi n took from t he M ul eteers the fol l ow i ng day. A s other features of the eve n i ng capta i ns of various other Colby tea m s were i nt ro­ d uced ; a Col by q ua rtet sa ng, and a n u ndergraduate, R obert McG regor '34, gave a novelty tap dance. ' Chef" Weymouth was p re ent, of cou rse, and his part of the program was u n q uestionably wel l recei ed ! S i m u l t:r neously, other Colby gatheri ngs i n various sections of the coun ry ' ere takmg place an<l the t rad it ional Colby Night was in actuality a nat ion-wide event.

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T H E 1 9 33 O RAC LE 200


- THE 1933 ORACLE 201


G raduate Organization s M N A E Assoc1AT10

G E N ERAL AL

Preside n t : M a bel D u n n Libby, ' 0 3 , \Vatn\' i l lc, M a i ne.

Sr·cr1't11ry: E m i l �· R . Heath, ' 2 6 , W .llcr v i l lc, M a i n e .

G E F. R A L A L M N ! A SOC I A TION

eil Leo n a r d , '2 1 , I 1- cdcral St r ee t , Bo, ton.

l're..·irle11;: Scc rf'!.try:

F r n ::,t C. M a r r i n e r . ' 1 3 , W�ter ·i l k, M a i ne.

AROOSTOOK ( So u t h ) A L M N A E

. 0

I TION

. E rnesti ne Dai i , ' 0 5 , H o u l to n , M a i ne.

f'resid1'11t:

Secretary: E l a i ne W i bon Oxnard, '06, H o u l to n . M a i n e .

A 1wo TOOK COLBY C L U B

Preside11t: Ge rgc A . G o r h a m , ' 9 1 , Hou l ton, M a i ne.

BosTo

CoL B Y AL M A E A

oc1AT10 '

!'resident: Sara M a t h e w , Good m a n , '96, 36 F r a n l i > S t rL � t. Brook l i ne, !via". Secretary: Madge Tooker You ng, " 2 0 . 2

BosTON CoLBY A L M N I Presidem : A r th u r

F.

A soc1 T I O N (

B i c k ford, ' 1 6, 53 State S t . , Ho,ton, M a''·

Scc,.etary:

).

fJresirleilt :

Rarmond H. S r i n m:y, '2 1 . 22

( 1 933-34 )

A l ba n )' Street, \V o l l :t w i n . M a " .

1 931-33 )

Le w i. Lo1 ett, '2 , 1 7 Cou r t

treet. Bo;ton, M a l b ton

t rcct, Bmton, Ma''·

Snretary: B u rton E . S m al l . ' 1 9 , N. !:.. M u t u a l L i fe i n>. Co., Y I M i l k St . . Bo,to n , M:bs.

CE TRAL MAI

E COLBY C L B

l'resirlen t : E rn e t C. M J r r i ncr, · 1 3 , W a terv i l l e, M a i ne.

Secretary: G . Cec i l Goddard, '2 9 , W a terv i l le, M a i nl'.

CoN ECTIC T V A L L EY CoLBY A L L J\I I N A E sso IAl 1 0 1 I'reside11r: f Joro t h y M. Crawford, ·2 2 , 25 d c l a i d Ave., W a terbu q , Conn Secretary: E l i za be t h J . O ya > , · 2 2 , 1 73 Elm treet, Hol yoke, Mas,. Co 1 Ecnc T V A L L EY CoL B Y C L B Pre..-ident: C h a r l e, F. T. Sea v c rns, · o I , 1 2 65 ; y l u m A ve n ue, H a rt ford, Con n . Secretary: R o y d e n

K . Greele)', ' 1 3 . 60 Park P l ace, Midd l e to w n , Con n .

NEw HAM P H IR E C o 1_ B Y C L U B Pre..-iden t : E . B l isi. M ar r i ner, ' 1 8 . 8 8 W i b i rcl S t . , Portsm o u t h , Secrt'/11.ry · E t hel C h i l d

NEw YoRK CoLBY AL

. H.

Storer, ' 2 5 , 2 4 8 W i l l a rd Ave., Portsm o u t h , N. I-1 .

M N I Assoc1 T I O N ( 1 932-33 )

/'residen t : Leonard \V. M a yo, ' 2 2 , Dobbs Ferry, N. Y .

Secrt'/ary : Beu l a h E . W i t hee, ' 1 1 , 1 30 Lenox Road . R roo k l y n , N. Y .

( 1 9 3 3 -34 )

l'irident: C h a r le s H. G a l e, '2 2 . c / o Aeronautic, C. of C., 22 E. -1 0 t h S c .

Se<retary: H e l e n D . Cole, ' 1 7, -J S Pro,rect P l ace,

. Y . C.

. Y . C.

Secretary for Alum11ae: Eu n ice Foye H u tc h i n, , '3 1 , 27 E l i zabeth S t . , O»i n i ng , I . Y .

W ATERV I LL E COLBY AL U M NA E A

OCIATION

/'residen t : G race R . Foster, '2 1 , Waterv i l l e, Mai ne. Secretary: Dori, W . H a rd y '2 5 , Watervi l l e . M a i ne.

VlEsTERN M A I N E CoLBY A L M NA E AssocIATION Preside11t: M a rl(':trct Abbott, ' 2 3 . 3 2 6 M a i n S t . , Cu mberl a n J M i l l " M a i ne.

Secretary · V i v i� n S k i n ner H i l l , ' 1 6 , 8 7 P d l ,b u ry S t . , Sourh Por t l a n d , M,1 i nc.

WE T E R N M A I -E COLBY ALU M N I A SOC I ATIO

Preside n t : C l a r k D . C h a pm a n , ' 0 9 , 4 5 5 Ma,0 1 1 ic B l d g . , Por t l a n d , M a i ne. Secretnry: R ic h a rd L. Sprague. 'I , 1 2 0 E " c h a nge S t . , Port l a n d , M a i ne.

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'<Ilqe !Junmi J\ ssociaiion of (ll o [b � QloUege �aier&iHe, �nine

NEIL LEONARD, 1921, Pruident

LEONA.RD W. MAYO, 1922, Vi<e Pruide>lt

ERNEST C. MARRINER, 1913, Seeret,ar"JI G. CECIL GODDARD,

1929,

Alvm"i

Seeretar11

M ay

15 , 193 3

C olb y Men : On M onday , June 19 , at app roximately 11 o ' cl o ck , y ou wi l l r e c e i ve your d i pl om a f rom Pre s id en t Johnson of Colb y C ol l ege . From th e moment i t i s plac ed in y our hand , you will b e an alunnus of th e C ol l ege , wh i ch has nurtured you to t ake your r e s pe c t i ve pl ac e in the everyday world , and by vi rtue of your c ol l e ge enrolment you wi l l b e ent i t l ed to the r i gh t s of m emb er­ e� ip in the Alumni As s oc i at i on of C olby C ol l eg e . Th e Alunni As soc i at i on of Wat e rv i l l e C ol l ege was organ i z ed i n 1848 , wi th the usual off i c e r s to prom ote and f o s t e r the i nt e re s t s o f the Coll ege . In 1865 , alunni , th r ough t h e n am e o f th e A s s oc i at i on , t ook s teps wh i ch l ed t o th e e r ec ti on o f the b ui lding n ow known as M em or i al H al l . Some c r ed i t is due the As s oc i at i on f o r the b ui ld i ng gi v en t o th e C ol lege by the H on . Ri ch ard C . Sh ann on , • 62 , n ow known as Shannon Ob servatory . Th r ough the Alunni As s oc i ati on , ftmd s were provided t o r ai s e Ch emi cal H a l l i n 1898 . Colb y alumni h av e m ad e many s acri fi c e s , b oth mat eri ally and spi ri t ual l y , to a s s i s t th e i r Alm a M at e r . Alunni intere s t and ac t i v e par t i c i p at i on in the affai rs of the C ol l eg e h a s c ont inued t o grow and , s i nc e 1903 , d i re c t r epre s entati on on the B oard of Trus t e e s h as b e en a m e an s of s e cur i ng a cl o s e r un i o n b e tween a lun n i a nd t h e C oll e g e . B eginning in 1934 , C olb y Al 'IEll i will e l e c t two graduat e s annuall y t.o th e B oard o f Trust ee s . It was fel t f or s om e t ime that Colby alunni were n ot in clo s e c ontac t wi th th e c oll ege and ac t i v e adm i n i s t rat i on . A t th e Al U'llil i L un ch e on i n 1930 , P re s i d ent se ave rns of the Al unni A s s oc i at i on app ointed a c omm i t t e e to s t uiy alunn i organi z at i ons . Afte r several m e et ings , th e c omm i t t e e r ep orted at the B ost on Alumn i D i nn e r in 1931 , r ec omm e nd i ng that our Altl!lni A s s oc i ati on l ay the f oundat i on f or an Alunni Fund to b egi n in 193 3 , and that a sys t em of cl a s s agent s b e s e t up t o prom ot e th i s pr o j ect , a s well a s t o st imulat e alunni l oyal t y gene r al l y . The m os t e ffect iv e f orm o f alunn i o rgan i z at i on i s b ui l t arotmd t h e c l a s s as th e imp o r t ant un i t , t h e nucl eus ab out which c ol l e g e i nt e re s t grows . C l a s s organ i z at i on i s th e al unni a s s oc i at i on i n the m i ni ature , but nev e r th e l e s s a d e fi n i t e part Earl y e ach f all th e c l a s s agent s of any c ol l ege c on s t i t uenc y . One o r m ore ar e app ointed by a c omm i t t e e of the As s oc i at i on . agents will b e sel e c ted f r an th e C l as s of 1933 to be r e s p on s ib l e f o r the wh ol e organi z at i on o f t h e Clas s , t o ar range f or c l as s r e tmi ons , t o f o s ter i nt e r e s t i n th e C ol l eg e and new p r o j ec t s o f the Col lege and th e Alunni As soc i at i on , and t o as s i s t the Alunni The s ucc e s s of th e Fund Comm i t te e in i t s ann ual p rogram . organi z at i on d epends upon the z e al of y our c l as s agent and y our l o yal

support .

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T od ay the Al umni Offi c e i s the c l ear i ng h ous e f or C olb y p e opl e . On f i l e in th e off i c e are the nam e s , addre s s e s and c ol l eg e re c o l'd s of m os t Colby m e n . The add re s s f i l e c ontains n e arly 2900 men . The t ask of k eeping t h e s e add r e s s e s up to date ent ai l s much l ab o r wh i ch c ould be l i gh t ened if th e memb e r s would s end al l chang e s of add r e s s to th e Alumni O f fi c e . During th e c ol l eg e yea r , in addi t i on to the c l as s l e t t e r s , you w i l l r e c e i v e s e v e ral pi ec e s o f c ol l ege m ai l di r e c t f r om th e Alumni Off i c e , which wi l l i nc l ud e b al l o t s f o r alunni t rust e e s , f oo tbal l t i ck e t appl i c at i ons , th e P r e s i de nt • s Ch r i s tm a s L e t te r , th e P r es i d ent 1 s Repor t , C omm enc em en t n o t i c e s , Alumni FUnd l et t e r s and the Alumni Fund Repo rt . The Alumni A s s o c i ati on spons ors Colb y Ni gh t on th e Campus and a N at i onal Colb y N i gh t , i nc l ud i ng groups of Colby p e opl e from Maine to C al i fo rni a , as w el l as annual Alumni m e e t i ng s in N ew York , B o st on , H art ford , P r oviden c e , Ph i l ad elphi a , P ort l and , B ang or and H oul t on , i n whi ch c i t i e s th e r e are ac t i v e as s oc i at i ons . M emb e rs of the C l a s s of 1933 a r e urged t o m e et w i th th e l oc al as s oc i at i on in th e v i c i ni ty of th e i r home s . The O Alunni ff i c e al so as s i s t s i n arranging th e C omm encement program , and m ak i ng n rr ang em ent s f or t h e r euni oni ng c l a s s e s . Th e Alunni Fund has b e en d e s c ri b ed as 11 th e m os t pro­ gr e s s ive s t ep th e Alumni o f C olb y C o l l eg e h av e e v e r t ak en . n It is a m ed i un th rough wh i ch Colb y Alunni , wh at eve r the c i ro u:n e t anc es , c an annuall y expre s s thei r l oyalt y to th e i r C ol l e ge , wi th th e knowledge that the i r gift , c omb i ned wi t h th o s e of thei r fellow alumni , wi ll am oun t to s om e th i ng suff i c i en t l y s ub s t an t i al to be The p roc eed s o f th e Fund wi l l b e d ev ot ed o f r e al s e rvi c e . annuall y to s om e c urr ent ne ed of th e O ol l eg e , whi ch wi ll b e d e s i gnat ed b y a c anm i t t e e o f alunn i , th e off i c e r s o f th e Am ong th e s ugg e s t ed As s oc i at i on and th e P re s id ent of th e C ol lege . us e s f or th e m oney are : s ch ol ar sh i p aid , s t udent l o an f und s , f ac ul t y s al ary inc re as e s , d onat i ons to th e l ib ra ry , and em e rg ency n e e d s as they m ay ari s e . Few o f us re al i z e th e c ost o f a c ol l ege educat i on , b oth I t h as c o s t C olb y C ol l ege , ove r to th e s t ud ent and the c ol l ege . and ab ov e your s tudent f e e s , the annual s um o f $259 .00 f or your I n othe r w o rds , C olb y h as f our y ears , m ak ing a t o tal o f $103 6 . g i ven y ou , th e m en of 1933 , in c ol d dol l ar s and c ent s th e e quiva­ l ent o f $103 6 . 00 ab ove the four years charge f or t ui t i on . I n return Colby asks onl y your c ontinued i n t e r e s t and The C olby C ol l e g e Alumni Fund will l oyal t y th r ough th e years . p rovi d e the agency th r ough whi ch you m ay h av e th e oppo rt uni t y o f g i ving th e advant age s of h i gh e r educ ati on a t a m inimUl'!I c o s t t o future s tud en t s , and furth e r provi d e s a n opp o rt un i t y t o you t o s hare d e f i ni t e l y i n th e 11 f e and p rogr e s s o f your Al m a V. at e r .

Yours

s i nc e re l y ,

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John H uston F i n l ey L L D . , L . H . D ., J . U . D . ssociate Editor of the t\ cu1 } ork Times Co>J F E R R I NG OF DEGREE WARDI NG O F P R I Z ES BE 'EDICTIO t R EC E

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Honors 1 n General Sch olarship I E! 'S DI\ I I O,

Cum Laude Sta nley Luther Clement

Ma:rn·ell H a rold Fei n m a n OM

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Dl \ ' J S i O

Magna Cum. Laude Eve! n Leona Johnson

Cum Laude Barbara Ai.ken Sherman

t.. [artha J ohnston

H i l d red Pa u l i ne

Elea nor H ubbard Ro\Ter

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Degrees Conferred 1 n 1 9 3 2 Bachelor of Arts WOMEN'S D I \ M a rgaret E l l a A d a m ,

C l i nton

Fo r t Fai rriclcl ilaplewood. � . J .

M a r i l l a E l i zabeth Ba rnes Jane Col bu r n B e l c h e r

'v\ a tc r v i l i e

Lu c i l e F rances B l a n c h a rd

H e n n i k e r.

Abbie M a r i a Roynton R u t h Eleanor B rown

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H.

Fairfi e l d

D or i s M a rgaret C nrn pbcl l

Rath

J ST O T

Bernad i n e M a rg u e r i te Libby \ erna Loui,c McGee

R u r h Nadeau

1 l o u l ton Fai rfidJ

Dorca

M a t hews P a u l

D o l o rc' D1gnam

W ar e r v i l l e

J a ne D o n . a Ra ttenhu ry

Pa u l i ne Dorothea Ru,�.cl l

Dan iebo n , Con n . Wash i 1 1.1' to n . D .

K a t h l r n C l a r a H i l ton M a rt h a J hn 'ton M a r y Lou i. e Kel l r

iken

B a rbara

J . r r m :r n

H e l e n Av a S i m mom

onn.

R'ihin,on 1-:l avcrh i l l , Mas . Gardiner Y a ri n nu r h , M .1s,. Oakland

Este l l e Perki ns Ta y l o r

W a te r v i l l e

E ,· cl y n Leona ) o h m.on

M a rion

New B ri ta i n ,

France, I ab:l k Rideout E l eanor H u blnrd Roger,,

Milo

fa,s.

C h a rlc,wn

a r i bou

P h y l l is E v e l r n H a m l i n

J u s t i n a M ae H a rd i ng

L.1wrcnce,

I l a m i l to n , Maos.

M a rt h a Lenora H a m i l to n \ i n if rt d E l i 7.abet h H�1 1rnncr�

La G r,rngc, ! I I .

l: vcJ ,· n M i l l e r P l a t t R u t h F.vangel R a nw l :: l l

G e n e v i e v e W i n c h e l l C a r ra n

Por t l a nd

H i l d red Pa u l i n e . ebon

Warerv i l k Camden

A uburn

G we n d o l y n G race M a r d i n

H e l e n M a rc i a Daye Lou i ,e Ma y D y e r

W ::t t e r Y i l l e

H a rr n o n y

M a r j o rie J u l : a V a n H n r n

Ea>t Boothbay

Ca ribou

F l m e nce M i l d red Wein

W at �n· i l l e

Wa , h i ngton

J ea n S igrid Wel l i ngton

Mo�t jce l l o

Ph )·l l is Ca rol rn \Vewrn

kowhcgan

Ta rrytown,

rlcne Lewi

. Y.

Vlare r v i l l e

B a rbara V a l e n t i n e Work,,

D i x fi eld

As of: the Class of 1 90 5 .trJh · stc l l c G ra y

Fra n k l i n . Ma

M E t 'S DI V I S T O N Doug l a s B a x te r A l l a n

Wel l sl y, Ma,s.

R a l p h E l l is A n der.on

Y a r m o u th

J o h n Franci

C la r ke

R ic h <1rcl C u m 11 1 i ngs H a rvey B u i les Ev a n

W a t � -r v i l l c Newton Centre, Ma.,. W a k efi e l d , M a

P a u l R ober t R ic ha rd c : v e n T ho111 p,on D o a n e G ra n t N i�'ie G ro,sm a n T h o m a s E;1 r l J a m e'

R i e h m rind Ha n;.:-or Q u i ncy , M ::t'' · Providence. R. l .

Mark Stile

K i ng>lc)

Yarm outh

Frc::derick R oy K nox

Concord. 'N . H .

H a ro ld F r a n k Lemoine

L e o F k rc h c r Rn's

!'t rn ::i q u i d Beac h

Eve rett Ru"'c l l Slocum

F a i r h a v e n , Ma,,,.

George Donald Smith Manin Sorens:n l- L1 l lowel l

or L hc Cbss of 1 93 1 To u n :rn, J r. \s

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W;1Lcr v i l l c o r i n n:i

Leroy Borc h e rs Sta rbuck

Donald Foster K e l logg

\'i rg i l C< i n n o r

K e n nebu n k '.'Jewport, · r. H .

A l ex L i n d h o l m

Oa k l J n d

\�'c,tport, Co n n .


Bach elor of Science WOME P h y I i i:, C l eone Fa1 we l l

'S D I \ I SI 0 1

W a tervil l:::

M a rjorie H i rd Hooper

Le;< i ngton, Mass.

Pea rl Rosalie Langi is

New Bedford, Mass.

I rene M a r y Ta rd i ff T i n a Catherine Thom p>on Sarah I re ne T abe

C l i nton

Dorothy Loui;e Mc. a l h­

G l adys M a rtindale True

W a ter v i l l e

L i a n e R a ncourt

Ethel A Ece .'\gne5 Watt

W a terv i l l e \Vatcn· i l l c L1wr::nce, Mas>. ' kowhcga n Easton

fEI 'S Dl V I S I O I\' Donald Arthur ,\ n<lerson

Stoc k ho l m

Donald M e i c i l

Robert Thur ton Beals

'N a terv i l l e

E d w i n W a l lace M a d dock

J a mes Blok

W a ter v i l l e

W i l l ia m LeRoy M i ner

A l l erto n , M a -. F a i rfi e l d \ aterv i l l e

W i l l i a m H e n r y Caddoo

Ne wbu r y port Mass.

D o n a l d M e l v i n Ch ristie

Milo

F r a n k E l w y n o · Iei l

Rocb- i l le, Con n .

Stanley L u t he r C l e m e n t

Milo

Richard H ibbard Pac k e rt

e,t Orangc

Dover-Foxcroft

M a u r:cc Eugene Pear:,on

G u i l ford

No�·man Chester Perkins

K en nebu n k

\lv" i l l i a m

eLo n Crabtree

john B i rt we l l Cu rt1 ·

Ch risto Thomas Nas':::

D a n fortJ1

W i l l iam Stephen Curti , J r.

W aterbury, Co n n .

J o h n A rth u r Davis

Ch.irles Noah P i n k h a m

Fairfield

A n thony John DeMice l i

H a rry Park<"s Pi n:,on

New York 1 . y _

Bernard H a rd e n Porter

Blain

ParK.cr A rno l d Dorit 1·

Leigh Beveridge R:iy1110nd

Bel m o n t, M as>.

Carl ton Earl Dorman Roger B i l l i n)!S D ra 1 c: r M a x w e l l H<.rold Fei n m a n J a mes E d ward F e l l W i l l ia m Charles Fo�ter

Regi nald Raymond R i c ker

Canton, Mas .

Lawrence B a rtlett Robin,on

Lawrence. J\fa,,_

Henry Weston Rol l i ns

Fa l l Ri ver, i\fa:,s_

Charle, Fremont Ross K e n neth Frederick Sawyer

Ftirc't City

B u rr i l l Dexter S n e l l

W a terv i l l e

R i c h a rd Dana H a l l \\' 1 l l i a m M a x wel l H a r d \'

C l i nton Frederic k Th u r l ow

orche,tcr, Ma > ­

H a rold Eugene Townes

- .ugusta

M y ron M o r ton H i l to n Bernard Martin Joh nstone

1 i d d l eboro, Mass.

Forre t Clark Tyso n . J r .

Lou i:, K a p l a n

.\rl i ngtun, Mas>.

Robert England W a i te R a l p h H a l lowe l l Wakefield

Roxbury, Ma>>.

H r m a n Krieger L i n wood Everett Lagerson

C u m be r l a n d M i l l .

Bernar I Wal l

G l e n Bernier La w rcncc

Bel low:, F a l b . \ t .

M a x we l l Den h a m W a rd

George '\ I d e n M acdon a l d J o h n Char le-> McCoy, J r. Robert Cort h e l l Mc

a m ara

B rittain Web,tcr

\Vatc r " i l l e Paterson. N . J .

John H e nry Wi bby john Hoyt W i ng

W i nt h ro p

H yd e P a r k . M a " .

1. j .

W i n t h ro p Ea�h 1 -Io u l ro n Fort Fairfield Stratton Mrthuen, Mas>. Fairfield A l bion Ea�t M i l l i noc ket Fairfie l d Lee Gardiner ugu ·ta M i l l i nocket G a rd i ner Brook l i ne, M ass. C l i nton M i l ton. Ma '·

W a > h b u rn

Medford. t- Ia ,s.

Revere, M .1,:, .

R e u b e n A l fred Ye l l e n

\s or t h e Chss of J 930 . � 1 , rge A l phnmc r \ l l i ,on. J r.

As

of the Cla · 0f 1 93 1

Carro l l Cu l l en Mc Lear)

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Honorary Degrees Doctor of Lc11t's: F rederick I i her and ba n ker.

al Dow, LL.D., Boston Univer ity. Ret i red new paper pub-

John Hu ran F i nley, A . f ., K nox ol legc ; L L . D . , P;i rk College U n i versity of Wis­ con i n , Pri nceton Tulane W i l l ia ms, Dartmouth, Hobart, Col umbia B rown, Un iversity of the State of ew York Univer ity of Michiga n Miami U n i versity ew York n i ver ity, H a m ilton College, n i ,·er ity of Toronto; L . H .D . , Colgate U n i ver ity of Vermon t · J. .D. Uni,·er ity o( PC"'n n yh·a n i a . Associ ate Ed itor o( the

ettJ York Times. ol by ; LLB., Bo ton

H a n n i bal Emery H a m l i n , A . B ., Ja mes H e n ry H udson, State of Mai ne .

niversity.

Attorney.

J u stice of the

. B ., Colb · LLB., Ha rva rd .

u perior

ourt,

. M . , A a lia Col lege ; B.D., ewton TheologiDoctor o f Divinity: Thomas herra rd Roy cal I nstit ution. Pastor Fi rst Baptist Church, Worce ter, Mass.

Doctor of Humane Letters: Fl orence Hale. Pre i dent , ational Education I rv i ng Ossian Palmer .M., olby. Principa l , e\\'ton H igh School Master of Arts: F red

raig Mortimer

. B ., Col by .

ociation. ewton Ma

Editorial Write r of the

ew York

Times.

M M EN EMENT PR I ZE

warded for Excel lence in Engl ish Composition. Prizes a ' a rded to : Evel y n Leona Joh nson

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college citizen.

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Honors and Prizes A warded, 1 9 3 1 - 3 2Speaking Prizes Cobum Prize Speakin g Open to all membe r of t he \i\Tomen's Di v ision- -The g i ft of Helen Lou i se Coburn F i rst P r i ze, Sybil Lee Wol m a n Second P r i ze, Loi s B l a nche C rowel l T h i rd a n d Fourth P �izes Evel y n R ose Stapleton and Elea nor Mae R owell

Goodwin Public Speaking Prizes Open to a l l membe rs of t he Men's D i v i sion-The gi ft of lfatie E . Memor o f Hon . Forrest Good w i n

ood w i n i n

F i r t P r i ze, H a rold f<'ra n k Lemoine Second and Th ird P n zes Bert rand \t\T i l l ia m s Hayv\'ar<l a n d Mart i n Sorenson Fourth P r i ze , R obert J a mes Fi n c h

Hallowell Public Speaking Pnzes Open to the Class in P ublic Speak i ng-The g i ft of Flore n t i ou s Merril l H a l lowel l F i rst P r i ze L i n wood E\'erett Lagerson econd Pri ze W i l l i a m Malcolm W i l so n T h i rd P ri ze Bertrand W i l l ia m s Hay\¡ ::i r<l fou rth P ri ze

f y ron Morton H i lton

Murray Prize Debate pen to the Class in Debati ng-The gi ft of George Ed w i n M u rray Fi rst P r i ze , Perry

r i l bert Wortm a n , David Sydney Sherman a nd

rth u r \t\r i l so n Stetso l l

Second Prize : H a rriet W i hon Pease, George H a t h a w a y H u nt a n d R a l p h

Iathanson

Soph om ore Declamation Open to Sophomore Men a n d to Sophomore Women Fi rst P r i ze , Loi s Blanch Crowell a n d Sel w y n I r v i n g B ra ud y Second Prizes, S y b i l L e e Wol man and George Charles Putnam

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Scholarship Prizes Albion Woodbury SmaLL Prizes warded for the best E say in t he field of Economic a nd Sociology-The G i ft of L i n a Small H c. rris in memory of Albion Woodbury Small Fi rst Prize, Helen Ava Simmo ns Second Prize Louis Kaplan

Foster Mem orial Greek Prizes wa rded for e cellencf' in i nterpret i ng Greek aut hors-I n Memory of Professor John B. Foster wa rded to

bbie Maria Boynton

Fresh man Scholarship Prizes Awarded to Freshmen Men and Women mainta i n i ng h ighe t c holastic average. Fi rst Prize , Dorot hy B l a i ne Wa hburn and Milton P h i l i p I lein holtz Second Pri zes, Kath ry n rlen ;:: Herrick and Dana W i l l i a m Jaquith

German Prizes wa rded to Men and to Women for excelle nce in Germa n F i rst Prize, l ice May H ovey, athan l pers Second P ri ze Eli zabeth Emery Haley, Eleanor May R owel l, Jacob H a i ns, and Sa mson F i sher

Mary L. Carver Prize wa rded to student in Wome n ' Div ision for the best original poem. Awa rded to R uth adeau for her poem, " Before the W i n ter' Done."

Solomon GalLe1 t Engl/sh Prize ' a rded for e 'cellence in E ngl i sh-The g i ft of M rs. J o. eph L . B . Meyer in memory of Solomon Gal lert warded to B a rba ra

iken Sherman for her one-act play, "A G i ft of Laughter."

Marston Morse Prizes Awarded for e xcel lence 1n

xposition i :1 Mathematics, Physics, Astronomy­

The gift of Ma rston Morse Fi rst Prize Bernard H a rden Porter Second Pri ze, Jayton Forsythe Smith

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By Eth dun J. Nolan

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I t is i n deed fi tt i ng that the members of t he Class of 1 93 3 pause to pay tribute to the memory o f. one o f our classmate:,, J :a rba ra Burrill Keene, who met vvi t h a t ragic d row n i n t; accident on th a fternoon of J u l y 2 1 1 93 1 . T o t hose of m ho were a sociated with her, there is left beh i n d only r memory of l ove and true friend h i p. Ba rba ra h d been a member of our class for two year� prior to her u m i mel y death. While he wa in Colby, she: built around hersel f a host of warm friend . She is remen 1 bered as ha i n g always been cheerful a n d h e r happy greer­ i ng as one met her on the campus is only one of the many fond recollections w h i c h w i l l rema i n w i t h u s al ways. In her studie , Ba rbara showed u n usual abil ity and she wa l i sted as a mem ber of the "Dean s L i st' d u r i ng her he vas active in extra c u rricular act i v i t ies and fou n d fi r t two semesters i n col lege . m u c h enjoyment i n athlet ics. Her l i fe in olby was ma rked by k i nd deeds and thoughtful ness for others and within the c i rcle of her O\ n fraterni ty, C h i Omega her passi ng was most deepl y felt. Though she, hersel f, was not to rem a i n as one of our class, B arbara's memory will remau with us t h roughout t he yea rs.-Eo1To1c

The pages of the 1 933 ORA LE would not be compl ete without mention to Parker

rnold Dority, a graduate of the College 111 the class of l 932, formerl y Managing Editor of the ORACLE, who so tragica l l y met his death while h u n t i ng last ovember. Deeply and gen u i nel y mou rned by h i many coll ege friends, "Chick" has left beh i nd a mo t com­ mendable record-as a college cit i ze n as a n athlete, and a a ge ntlem a n . " He i s remem ­ bered ( wr ites the Alu m n us ) as a young man of fi ne habit , c heerful d ispos i tion a natural leader and a l i keable com­ panion. T h roughout his u ndergraduate days he did fa i thful work i n h i s cl asse and sought al ways to be helpful to the a d m i n i stration. ' D u r i ng h i s four years at Col by, ' Ch ick" ea rned d isti nc­ t i on as a n amateur boxer oE considerable abil ity. Ever .1 fi ne sportsman, he d ispl ayed in the r i ng determi nation a nd h i c h would h ave i nsured h i s a fighti ng spirit. q ual ities future s uccess i n l i fe had he been spared . His abi l ity as ::i leader was recognize.cl by h i s fellow classmates for in h i Senior year h e w a Vice-President of h i s class. He w a s also the head of the Delta Up ilon fraternity and a member of t h ree honorary societies.

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