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J u l i u s See lye Bixler, Ph.D., D . D . , L.H . D. PRESIDENT

A rth u r Ga len E ustis, M. B.A. V I CE-PRESI DENT

Arthu r Wil liam Seepe, M.C.S. TREASURER

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GEORGE THOMAS NICKERSON, A.M.

BARBARA AIKEN SHERMAN, A . M .

ERNEST CUMMINGS MARRINER, A . M .

Dean of Men

De'an of Women

Dean o f Faculty


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MODERN LANGUAGE - S oLd. left lo right· Gordon W. Sm ith, A. M .. Gilbert Wallace Tuck, A. M . Jean Katherin Gar'11nN, A. M . John Franklin McCoy. A .M . Standing. left to right · Archille H . Biron, A.M .. Henry O to Schmidt. A M ., Ev rett Fisk Siron', A . B., Francis Royster Bliss, A . B , Philip Stewart B1thor, AM., Richard Knowlton Kellenberger, Ph . D.


GEOLOGY - Left to right : Lawrence E. Randall, A.M., Richard William Rush, A.M., Donaldson Koons, Ph.D.

ECONOMICS-SOCIOLOGY - Firs1 Row , lef1 to righ1: Walter Nelson Breckenridge, A . M . , Rober1 While Pullen, P h . D . Second Row , left to Donald Paine Allen, A.M., LL . B . , Kingsley Harlow Birge, Ph.D.

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CHEMISTRY - Left to right : Richard Herbert Jaquith, M.S., Lester Frank Weeks, A.M., Wendell Augustus Ray, Ph.D.

PSYCHOLOGY - First Row, lef1 1o right: d. se h n e o R o . �l t Goulston, Ed. M . . Harold Whitney Gullbergh, M . A., LL.B . . Ed. M .

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H o mer D e lano Achorn, Jr.

Sociology Hol lowel l , Moine "Kit � en on the Keys" . . . lover of the underdog . . . bull sessions-bridge . . . dislikes gossi p . . . the conventionolities of society often couse one to folsely express h i mself. Novy; Deon ' s List 3; Hol lowe ll Ch urch Group l, 2. Patricia Anderson

Art Woodbridge, New Jersey The procrastinator. Dixielond . . . row onions "Chorlie's " . . . porties. Loothes morn ing ond afternoon classes. Zeto Psi pin. " Let's hove j ust one more. " Chi Omega; I. R. C. 4; Outing Club l, 4; G. 0. 0. N. 3, 4; House Committee 4.

Wallace Lee Adams

History West Scorborough, Moine Slove of the weed . . . bookworm . . . odvocotes morrioge . . . handy around the house . . . teaching the tots. Army; Ricker J u n ior College Tronsfer; Deon's List l 2; Glee C l ub 1, 2.

Robert Everett Archibald

Biology Springfield, Mossachusetts Wine, Nancy, ond song . . . " What do you want, the pass-key?" . . . pegged pants of the 1 0- i nch variety . . . he will find o home in the service . . . rare liq uor bottles . . . plain l i q uor bottles . . . liquor bottles. Zeto Psi, Secretory 3; Glee Club 1, 2; l . R. C . l; Football 1; Track 1, 2; Chapel Usher 3; Biology Colloq u i u m 3, 4; Novy.

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Sociology Magnolia, Massachusetts Music monger . . . easy Bern ie . . . hates afternoon classes . . . " What's wrong with a static society?" . . . with or without? . . . bridge is o mystery . . . tavern keeper. Echo l; l . R.C. l, 2; Outing Club 1; Boord of Ushers.

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Engl ish Livermore Falls, Maine Renowned dramo critic . . . Echo fome . . . an oversity to Powder and Wig, not peanut butter and G.B.S . . . . return to Livermore Falls. French Club 2, 3, 4; Powder and Wig 3, 4; Echo 3 , 4; Dean's List l , 2, 3; Colby Son.

Nancy A l lan

Psychology-Sociology Medfield, Massachusetts Takes fiendish delight i n campaigning for leviis and sneakers-afternoon siestas-and studyi ng, if necessary, by 1 2:00 A.M. lamps . . . " Yo u never hod it so good! " Mount Ida Junior College Transfer; Alpha Delta Pi; Outing Club 2, 3, 4; G.0.0.N. 3, 4 .

Harold Lori ng Baldwin

Business Admin istration Nashua, New Hampshire between rai l roa'd ties, expensive Fraternity, materni ty, hi larity . . . cudd ling babies . . vocation at "Wahb's" . . . snatches cigarettes out of people's mouths . . . footloose . . ." I and Koko when was time and fancy free . . . "Pvnniest Delta U psilon, Vice-President 4; Powder a nd Wig 4; Outing Club 2; Track l; Football 1, 2, 3, 4.


C l i fford Allan Bean Business

Ad m i n i stration

Danvers,

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President 4; Varsity Show 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Trock 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1;

Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Colby Son; Cheerleader 2, 3; Head Cheerleader 4.

Philip

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C e c i l Alfred

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R i c hard J o h n

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Advisory Council of Campus

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Mark Tre l n l s

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Psychology Scarsdale, New Yor S is w1trout s is • . • womenf

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Stephen I. Berkley

Business Adm1n1stro11on Glendale, New Yor

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••• dead shot with o riRe, though he owns a shotgun . . . o m i l l1ano1re at t h i rty. Sampson College transfer, l . R .C. 2 , 3; 1 . F. A.

2; Outing Club 2; H i l l e l 2, 3 , 4

R i chard larratt leal Ph.losophy Ardmore, Pennsylvania "Heals Beals" . . . jon, Scotch and Sada, pool and piano . • • Peggy-Mrs. Heals • . • authority on Romon Cotholic11m • • . for Fritz ond Jock's benefit • . • desires to edit either Horper'• or Mickey Mouse comic. Del to Kappo Ep11lon, H i 1torion 2, Secretory 3, Rush Chairman 4; Glee Club 1; Echo 1, 2, 3: l . R . C . 4; l i brary Associates 1, 2; Outing Club 1 ; Social Cammille. 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3; Golf

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Ph i l i p J o seph Bies

English Queens Village, New York Favorite pastime- R o nnie . . . The A. A. before marriage . . . rumble seot rider . . . dropped out of circulation . . . desires a large family. Lam bda Chi Al pha; l . R . � . 1, l . F. A. Council 3; Library Associates 3, 4; Powder ond Wig . 4; Vars ity Show 2; Outing Club l ; Baseba l l l ; Newmon Club l , 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Chorus l; Catholic C ulture Lecture Series 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4.

Clayton Ferg uson

Bloo mfield

History Newport, R h ode Island Baseba ll . . . hometown go! (Sol) . . . descriptive, to be sure . . . Bloo'm er boy . ' ' I ' l l be damned" . . . to rest for a game-stays on his feet. Lam bda Chi Al pha; Outing Club 4; Baseba l l 1, 2, 3.

R i c hard Burdett Birch

Business Admi nistration Belmont, Massachusetts Cope Cod Capers . . . "Let ' s hove a party" . . . mountain climber . . argyle socks . . . coffee in the Spa . . . Savoy jazz . . . ambi tion-from C . P. A. to bell hop. l . R . C. 1, 2, 4; LE. A. 2; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; Kotohdin Council 3, 4; Socia l Committee 3; R e corder, Channing-Murray Fel lowship 2; French Club 1, 2.

Glenys M. Blumenthal

Medical Technology Portland, Moine She spent her senior year i n the hospital laboratory. Transfer: Westbrook Junior College; l . R . C. 2, 3; l . F. A. 3; Medical Society 2, 3; Outing Club 2; Hillel Group 2, 3; Germon Club 2.

Evelyn E d ward Bittar

Pre-Medical Beirut, Lebanon Leader of the Arab Notion . . . the eminent doctor . . . a Lemon encyclopedia . . . "I would like to verify that statement. " Deo n ' s List 3; l . R . C. l, 2, 3; Library Associates 4; Medical Society l, 2, 3; Germon Club l , 2, 3, 4, President 4; Blue Key; Levine Speaking Prize; Classics Club 4; Councilor.

Audrey Bostwi c k

History Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Early to rise . . . she li kes horseback riding, hockey . . . pastime is pushing "Mehitoble" . . . wonts to be a teacher . . . · ' Grunge!" Colby Junior College Transfer; Fren<:h Club 4; History Club 3, 4; Varsity Hockey and Basketba l l 3, 4.

Patri cia A. Blake

English Newton, Massachusetts Likes mountains and the Moine coast and finds both on Mt. Desert . . . college interests center in Art and Literature . . . a spontaneous wit. Wou ld l i ke to find more time for pointing. Deon ' s List 1, 2, 3; Women·s Student Government, Vice-President 3, President 4; Echo l, 2; Special Projects Editor 3; Cop a nd Gown;· Library Associates 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club l , 2, 3; Social Committee, Secretory 3. Chryso u la Bou kjs

Biology Haverh i l l , Massachusetts Chris' favorites ore sports, ballet, Bugs Bunny and Phi Dell parties . . . Loathes those 7:4S's downtown! . . . Makes every minute count . . . philosophizing . . . " Let's face it!" Glee Club l ; Medical Society 3, 4; Outing Club l , 2, 3, 4; French Club 1 ; Biology Colloq uium 3, 4.


M ary S u e Bracy Art Maine

Bangor,

Modern a r t , goad books, music ond s k i i n g . . . "Colon i a l architecture and Greek p i l l a rsl"' .

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Blue denims

Sigma Kappa, V1ce-Pres1dent 4; Echo, Editorial Board 2, Copy Editor 2.

R i c h ard J o hn B o w en H1story--Government-Economics Waterbury, Connecticut Arguments and Lucy . . . wee end trips to Waterbury . . . after three years of coeds, Colby s Jomes Madison . . . · I like New England

he 's back with the boys . .

A l pha Tou Omeg a , Officer 3, 4, Echo, News Editor 4; Outing Club 2, 3 , 4; FootbolJ l · Track l , 2· S . C . A., Cabinet 4, Chapel Boord of Ushers; Student Government Conslllut1on Writing Committee

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Psychology Moine

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Army Air Force, Soo Paulo Un1 vemty Tromfer; Dean s list 3.

Harriet Bo yer English GIOucesler, Mas.sochusetll "Hot ' he

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L1brory Auoc1ates 2, 3, 4; Outing Club l, 4 ,

Henry Jed

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Psychology Maine

Portland, Guest speo e1 every day in economics li kes family life . . . od •Ce for sole

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Freder i c k R i c hards B o y l e H 1 • tory--Government-Economics Medford, MouachuJet s l1 es to eep busy-busybody deeps till n 1 no • tough) Dean

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R o berl Harry Brother l l n Economics Newton, F l i c k fiend digger • • .

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music of th1 Belvidere • . . clossicol noc i t off" • • . lover of the old West

A l pha Tau Omega; Glee Club 1; I. II. C. l, 2.

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sock hound • • . golf's free trap . ambition i s to live in Colorado

C o asta11ce Brackett Engl"h Portland, Moine Connie's always ploying pouce with th@ kids, drinking 2.00 A.M. coffee, and harmonizing with Bobs

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good tob. Glee Club 1, 3, .4, J.R.C. 1 , 2, 3; Outing Club I; Canterbury C lub I.


Ormonde Lincoln Brown

Biology Vassa lboro, Moine Notional Conventions and Marcel Cerdan . . burns the midnight oil . . . nightly phone calls to Winslow . . . "Speaking only in mere terms of reverence" . . . to be o general practitioner his am bitio n . Delta U psilon, Chapl ain 2, 3, 4; l . R . C. 3; Medical Society 3, 4; Outing Club l , 3.

W i l l iam Theodore Burgess, J r.

Eng lish Dexter, Moine . Colby's Cecil B.

R o berts Holl . . Scotch and soda . . weekend trips to Dexter DeMille . . Sophie Tucker . . . retreats to the cinema. Army; Powder an·d Wig l , 2, 3, 4; Outing Club l ; Radio Club l, 2, 3; Freshman Ploy.

R u ssell Brown

Psychology Brooklyn, New York Martinis and a l l-night parties in Burgess' room . . . makes nasty remarks about other people's cars . . . procrastinator who bends the elbow . on old married vet who l i kes to talk about the old times. Lambda Chi Alpha, R i tual Moster 3; I nter-Student Council; Constitution Revision Committee 3; Yacht Club 2; Camero Club 3; Novy.

Francis Harriman Burnham

History-Government-Economics Nashua, New Ham pshire "Stretch" . . . cinder calves . . . Jackie . . . Spa patrol . . . vodka . . d isl ikes meeting Echo deadlines . . . "Let"s face it"' . . . Counter spy . . . hopes to enter diplomatic or civil service, but hates to leave school . P h i Delta Theta; Novy; Echo, News Editor 4; Outing C l u b 2, 3 ; Track l , 2, 3, 4 ; Newmon C l ub l , 2, 3 , 4.

Sam u e l G i l man Brown

Philosophy Jacksonvil le, Florido That cheery postma n ! . . . pipe smoker . . . in o world of his own . hos a l ready gone u p·· . . . to be Postmaster General (or private). Merchant Morine; Dartmouth Col lege Transfer; l . R . C. l, 2, 3; l.F. A. Club l , 2, 3; S.C. A. l, 2 , 3, 4; French Club l .

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2, 3, 4; Outing

Catherine E . Burns

Psychology Terre Haute, I ndiana hopes to see . . England New of people and life the treasure to come who A Hoosier the day when Colby hos o rea l socio I center . . . "Why doesn ' t someone get on the bo l l . " Grinnell Col lege Transfer; Delta Delta Delta, R u sh Chai rman 4; Deon's List 3; l . R . C. 2 , Secretory 3, Vice-President 4; Library Associates 2 , 3, 4; Outing C l u b 2, Publicity Chairman 3, 4; Protestant Gro u p 2, Boord of Ushers 3, 4; Mayflower Hill Fund, Student Committee 2, 3, 4.

V i vian M i lton Bryant, Jr.

Chemistry East Wilton, Moine Titan of the test tubes . . . "Where con I get a date for Saturday n ight?" . . . coolie a t R o berts Union . . . disl i kes partitions . . , classical m usic lover. Sigma Pi Sigma 2 , 3, Treasurer 4; Chi Epsilon Mu 2, 3, 4; Deo n ' s List 3; l . R . C. 1 , 2.

J o hn Henry Butler

Chem istry Stamford, Connecticut Choy . . . spicy magazines . . . Ken's . . . "Yo u ' re as mature as on embryo" . . . his dad's car . . . dislikes janitors posing as professors . . . " I t's o'choy with me" . . . chemical research in the future. Phi Delta Theta; Echo 4; l . R . C. l ; Chi Epsilon Mu 2, 3, 4; Outing C l ub l; Canterbury Club 1.


Jean Caste l l i Psychology-Sociology Teaneck, New Jersey A transfer from Averett Junior who swears she does not hove o New Jersey accent . lsn"t thol TERRIBLE!·

student on w i t s cloth ing . . .

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better ocquo1nted with Bob Hope.

Delta Delio Delta; ORACLE Boord, Assistant Edoror 4, Echo,

Typist 3; Newmon C l ub 3, 4;

Red Cross 3; Colby Daughter

J o an Cammann Sociology Wes o n , Mossochuse ts Her defi n i tion of quiet-the hormonoco, typing, whistling, ond o husky voice . . camera clocks

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Secretory·Treosurer 3, G i r ls

Philip

Castleman

Psychology Wel lesley Hi lls. Mossochusells Du<1elond

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reader

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foreign food

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college girls . . . nervous . . . psyd•ology

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c h i ldren ond possibly marriage

Newton Junior College Trorufer: I Hoc ey 2, 3: Hillel 2, 3, A.

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He len LeaviH Campb II

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Conference Commit u Cho11 on A; C 01rmon of Reltgious E m phom Wee

Sa l l y Catron Psychology Germon, m u11c, eo 1ng, ond Oldsmobil ond pedonhc Profs ore her p •

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convertibles ore r,,,e

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Be lmont, Monochus Its • • mosquitoes, hypocules,

wonh lo be o psych1ol11c social wor k e r

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' Deod heod'" I R . C. 3, 4; Oullng Club l, 2, 3, 4; Protesto,,t C l ub 3, 4; Germo,, Club 3 , 4;

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omb1toon-to draw u p A . f. o f l. contracts,

Deon"s

list

3:

Outing

C l ub,

Kotohd1n

Council

ghost head of

I,

2;

Social

lruce Carsw e l l H·\lory Government-Economics Scarsdale, New Yo r k Probobly g o t l e u t h o n o n y guy on college .

of A .T. O . A l pha

.

.

the "Kes"

.

"More t h a n y o u c a n use

pretid1nl of the celebroted celebroti,,g regime , . amb11ion is to locate thot gal who 11 wildest aboul h o m .

the Co1ey of Inter frot boieboll

frotern1ty Council 4.

.

3, Presidenl 4 ; Glee C l ub 1 1 ORACLE Boord 4; Bask 1bo ll 11 Sponi1'1 C l ub 1 ; Outing C l ub 2, J, 4:

Tou O m e g a , Officer 2,

l, 2. 3, 4; Varsity Show 2:

.

l . F.A .

Inter ·


Janet Clark

Psycho logy-Socio logy Kennebunkport, Moine She wonts to get o good job in psychology but, in the meantime, she devotes her time to Spo-ing . . . " Hey, you know who!?" .. . Summers ot Kennebunk Beech. Sigma Koppa; Women's Student Government l; Freshman Ploy l; Outing Club l ; R a dio C l u b l; Newmon Club l, 2, 3, 4; Closs N umera ls.

Peter James Coney

Geology North Berwick, Moine Ski fiend . . . yodeling mountain climber . . . Pete, the mod geologist . . . ""Now you toke Quakerism ! " . . . ambition is to climb Mount Everest . . . harasses Vose and Mordecai , and waters sherr:·. Radio C lub l, 2, 3, President 4; Powder and Wig 3; Outing Club l , 2, 3, 4; Kotohdin Council 3, 4; Newsletter Editor 4; Red Cross Disaster Unit 2, 3, 4; Ski Council 3, 4; Ski Teem 3, 4; Geology Club; Blue Key, Secretory-Treosurer 4; Vorsity Show 3; Freshmen Ploy.

Gertrude Charlotte Cleveland

English Skowhegan, Maine A prospective teocher who likes eoting, sharp pencils, ond discussions . . . dislikes snobby people end bouts with Lonny end R u dy . . . writing reports in the wee hours end changing her heir-do . . . "I shouldn't be telling you this . . . " Deo n ' s List l, 3; Library Associotes 2; Lilia M. Forster Prize 1 .

Helen M . Conroy

English Lexington, Massachusetts "It's a beautiful world! "-an expression of her eternal optimism . . . Blue Hill and R o bert Browning . . . she wants to teach because she likes people. Newton Junior College Transfer; l . R . C. 3, 4; Library Associates 4; Powder end Wig 4; O uting Club 4; Germon Club 3, 4.

George M c i ntosh C o l l ins, Jr.

Geology Andover, Mossochusetts Deceptively q uiet . . . hobits-none good . . . one Armory bandit . . . hos been seen with o g loss in his hond . . . good hoofer . . . suds coptoin . . . sees el l, knows o i l , t e l l s nothin g . A r m y Air Force; Lom bdo Chi Alpha; Deon"s List 2, 3, 4; Football 1 ; Track 3, 4; Geology C lub 1 , 2, President 3, 4.

Cynthia Cook

Psychology-Sociology Wobon, Mossochusetts First semester Junior year at Kansas U . . . . skiing , skiing, ond more skiing . . . lodge parties . . . Cynnie"s o humon dynomo ond advocates a forty-hour doy . . . "'Scuse me, I ' m sorry" . . . the sun-smiles ond s l a loms! Delio Delta Delta, House Committee Chairmen 3, Historian 4; l . R . C. 4; Outing Club l, 2, 3, Secretory 4 , Katohdin Council 4; Yacht Club l ; Hockey, Cl oss Team l ; Basketba l l , Closs Team l ; Softball Closs Team l ; Protestant Group l ; H a t a n d Coot Society 3 , 4; Women's Ski Competition, First Piece 3; Girls' Ski Club 4. Robert Fran cis Conard

History-Government-Economics Waterbury, Connecticut Strong and silent type . . . Phi Dell parties . . . Army life . . . New London intra­ m u ral wonder. Phi Delta Theta; Army; New London Junior Col l ege Transfer; Dea n ' s List 2; lnter-Stud�nt Council 1; l . R . C. l; l . F . A. 1, 2; Contemporary Literature 2; Newmon Club l, 2, 3, 4; French C lub 2. Vernon Core l l , Jr.

Business Administration Scarsdale, New York Pipe smoker . . . tennis enthusiast . . . throwing himself out of the joint . . . "Who Go lden Voice of Colby . . . threw that oshcon?" . . . wonts to be on o winning team R a dio News. Koppa Delta R h o, Centurion 3; N. Y. U. Transfer; Canterbu ry Club 2, 3, 4; Colby Radio News 3, 4.

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R i c hard

Carro l l

Davis

Mathematics Par i s , Moine

South Father John's medicine . . . classical music i n the romantic tradition , . . the well-gro0'1led loo • . . breakfast lover . . . " What on earth hove they done to these eggs2" Deon's List 1 , 2, 3; Orchestra 3, 4; l . R . C . l; Concert Boord 3, 4; Germon C l u b 4; Chapel Organist 2, 3, 4; C o r i l loneur 2, 3, 4; Music Scho larsh i p 3, 4.

J eon C o w i e History Narberth, Pennsylvania A block coffee addict who s always humming the current song h its . . . twin ling eyes ond dancing feet . . . forever counting calories , . . ' You can't w 1 n l · . . . wonts to be a buyer for Wonomoker s Infants' Wear. Delta Delta Delta, Hutorion 3, Treasurer "• Deon's List 2, 3; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3; ORACLE Stoff 4; Chapel Usher 1; L i brary Associates 3, 4; Ouhng C l u b 1, 2; Va r i ed Sports Monoger 2.

Pri s c i l la Doy Sociology Cranston, Rhode I sland S 1 1ng and North Conway in the winter, soiling and "the 1slond' i n the summer . . '

Let s hove o cup of coffee."

Chi Omega , Rush Chairman 4; Glee Club 4; Women's Studen

mountains

Government 1 , Sub.head 2;

listening to music

.

.

Kenneth Roberts

.

.

Outing Club, Kotohdin Council l, 2, 3, W1nrer Carnival Choi rmon 3, Carnival Queen 3;

A.

Gi r ls' S i Club

J o h n Pickard Crowford G ology Beirut, Lebonon ' Crif"

.

a small roe

court mon-bos etboll ond tennis •

.

you can't squeeze o big frame tnto

" I don ' t l 1 kt the taste, I just Ii e to chug ·o-lug"' . he Medite rranean.

. Geological hoop

team •• • Lebanon by

Zeta Psi; Glee C l u b 1 ; l . R . C . 1, 2; Outing C l u b 1, 2, 3; Bos etboll

1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1,

2, 3; Geology Club 3, President 4.

George

Deeb

Pre-Medico I Watervi l le , Benny Goodmon of Colby Bond •

five o'cloc

shadow

women

would b

.

.

dancing ot the Legion

.

Moine " H i , Ace"

happy earning o l1v1ng wllhout war ing

.

the

Continental type. Navy; Bond 2, 3, 4;

ewrnon Club 1 , 2, 3, 4.

Sebastian J o hn Cultrera 81ology Lawrence, Mouochuselts C h riatmos parties in Lawrence .

,

dislikes people who tel l the punch lines of his jo es

alternates between Spo and Charl ie's

enough"

.

"'I could be o genius but I don't study

famous Moller of Ceremonies.

A;

Lambda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman 3,

Army A i r Corps; Troe

1, 2.

Jac queline A n n D i l l i n g h a m Biology Lewiston, Moine A cigarette with a cup of bloc .

. . Phi l i p Wylie

education

.

Chi Omego,

coffee ond Jackie's content .

kn its os much as

she

reads

,

.

. D1x1elond .

,

ovocodoes

loathes compulsory physical

" C hem ond I ore just incompatible,"

Person11el

Chairman 41 Deon's Li't

1,

3:

Inter-Student Council

Boord 3, Feature Editor 4: l . R .C . 1, 2, I ,F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Outi ng C l u b

11

1, 2, 3,

Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Colloq u i u m 3, Chai rman 4.

ORACLE

A.

House

H eleR• DaRal Soctology Lowell, Manochusells Things cotmopoliton-the rhumbo, the theatre, art own clothes

.

and is on idealist

Cron 4 ; Outing Club 4 ,

,

, just moke1 trains

"How collegiotel"

Westbrook Junior College Trontler; ORACLE Stoff 4;

.

.

.

. designs

o loshion career.

l.R.C. 4; l i brary Auociotes 4;

Red


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Marie Donovan

Psychology Lowrence, Massachusetts Naval Acodemy and uniforms, sports and knitting are her loves, but finds eight o'clocks a necessary evil . . . a broad shoulder for everyone's troubles . . . never wo lks when she con run. C h i Omega; l . F. A. l , 2, 3, 4; Newman Club l , 2, 3, 4; German Club l , 2, 3.

J o yce Edwards

Lobsters a nd beer . . . cuts c lasses to green Chevy?" . . . That laugh! . . . Delta Delta Delta, Publ icity Chai rman O uting Club 2, 3, 4, Council l; Girls'

Art Nassa u, Bahamas ski . . . decorates the campus! . . . "Was that a "Bewitdhed." 3, Vice-President 4; Glee Club l ; O R ACLE Staff 4; Ski Club 4.

Joan L. D rew

Sociology-En g l ish Arlington, Massachusetts Drewsie l i kes sports-especially field hockey, softball and swimming . . . long weekends . . . redheads . . . Alpha Mu Mu Association . . . "Don't look now but your foot's in your mouth!" Alpha Delta Pi, Executive Council 3, R u sh Chairman 4; Dean's List 1; Band 2; l . R . C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan helleni c 4; Outing Club 2, 3, 4; Class Numerals 2, Letter and Cup 3; Field Hockey Varsity Team 2, 3, 4; Softba l l Varsity Team 2, 3; W. A. A. Board 4; French C l u b l ; Women's Union House Committee 4. Nancy A.

E w ing

Psychology-Sociology Haverhi l l , Massachusetts She dislikes being called a redhead, loathes bridge, but it is a different story as far as Sarah Vaughn records are concerned . . . constantly writing letters or playing the piano. Sigma Kappa; Glee Club l ; O R ACLE Staff 3, 4; l . R . C. 4; Outing Club l ; Protestant Club l, 2, 3, 4.

Francis E d ward D ye r

H istory Providence, R h ode I sland " What we need most here at Colby is a l i ttle more liquor, a lot more lov i n ' , a nd a load more l ucrative students!" . . . daydreamer. Powder and Wig l , 2, 3, 4; German Club 1; Social Committee 3; l . R . C. l , 2, 3; Protestont Grou p 2.

H e n r y Hammett

Fales, J r.

Physics Providence, R h ode I sland They laughed at Marconi . . . peace and q uiet Filthy Morris . . . lover of the opera (house) . . . official chauffeur of K.D. R . . . . "You wa l k ! " Kappa Delta R h o; A i r Corps; l . R . C. 3 ; Canterbury Club 2 , 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4 .

Harland H . Eastman, I I

H istory Springvale, Ma ine Monty Wooley . . . favors good-looking blondes with something upstairs . . . ferocious feuds with Phil . . , "What would we do without the Colby fami ly?" . . . to be a lawyer or a l ia r-whi chever pays best. Dea n ' s List 1 , 2, 3; Band l, 2, 3; Orchestra 2; l . R . C. l, 2; Powder and Wig, Producer of Freshman Play l , 2, Business Manager l , 2, 3, Vice-President 3, 4; Outing Club l; Debating Club 4, Goodwin Speaking Prizes, Third Prize 2, ¡ 3; History Club 3; World Federa l ists 3. J o hn Warren

Finegan

Business Adm in istration New York City, New York Dan and Al . . dislikes with life Sleeping through classes . . . a pa rtment dweller . . . dumb people i n general and creeps in general . . . the Temp's first nighter . . . "What a m ung" . . . ambition-to have same ambition. Army; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Secretary 3; Basketball l, 2, Captain 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club l ; I ntercol legiate Ath letic Counci l 3, 4.


Haddon

Shan k l i n

Fraser

Economics Woterville, F1z

Moone

. . . Poet l o u r eote . . . no ponts porl1es . . . football glodiotor . .

monk . . . Corol . . . let s hove o few greedy ones G o r l ' s cigarettes . . . would like to hove o patron ond r etire. A l pha Tou Omego , Officer 3; Echo 3, Trock 1

the

ol

George s wardrobe ond

I.II C. 2; Outing C l ub 1 , 2; Football

1 , 2, 3 , 4;

Colby Son.

Charles Malco l m Fisher History lelungton, Moss. 'Moose

recalls the fabulous legend of B i l l y Brown .

married life agrees . hos home town.

Who! s happened to oll

. building h i mself up .

the drinkers2

oppo Epsilon, Vice .President 3, 4; Inter-Student Council 3

De Ito

the boys from Footbo ll 1 , 3; T rock 1 .

Sylvia

M.

Fredette

French Lawrence, Mouochusetts 0 ten found ot the Reserve Des ot the l1be o r rem1n1sc1ng oboul those old Hedman doys .. . • . Pet peeve-Waterv i l l e eother . , . " I 'm s orvedl . . , Europe Echo I, Anoc1ote Editor 2; lobrory Auocootes I. A ewmon C l ub 1, 2. 3, 4, Germon

C l ub 3, •1 French C l ub A.

rrls c i l la Ford .I 9 1 on A burndole, Monochuserts

Among Pris·s loves ore gorloc cheese and oil Sogmo N u ·s . • • not\ before breo fast . • . ' Dear me. suds, Emily!' • • • Always going to go on o diet tomorrow . • ' Thos·•s pown°the0pin°wee I" Sigma

oppo , Secretory 3, •· Glee C l ub 1. 2. 3, 4; ORACLE Stoff 3, 4; 1 .11.C .

Outing

Club l , 2, 3, A; Yotht C l ub 2, 3; Protestant Group I, 2. 3, ,.: Red Cross C l ub 3, Pubhc11y Monoger A,

Edgar Wesley Freeman Mothemolocs New Hamps h i r e

Concord,

Pep\1 Colo boy

t il e g o l o n o g h t l i fe

bo1eboll fan

• •

.

permanent p l a c e on d e o n s l t s t

shines s h o e s b.,fore vocohon

avoider of

I hove nothing lo s o y

absent minded profeuor. Deon s list I, 2, 3 ;

Ernest Vern o n

I.

C.

I, 2, 4 , Clon1t1 Club 4

Fort i n

H1 ...tory

Mod11on, Moine

Bev , . . hoo ot the Jomes , , , songs sung at mou beer1ngs • • . disl i k es being coiled . Moin1oc . , , olNoys on the go • , • bow l i n g stor . . . Now wo11 o minute . . . , future history teacher.

Ph1 Delta Thero, Al umni Secretory 4, FootbcY l l 1: Bo\ etboll 1 ; Newmon C l ub 1 , 2. 3. 4;

T rovell r Scholarship.

Barbara Jane

Fre n c h

Bu\1ness Adm1n1strolion Sod1ng ond s11mmers on the Moine Coast , to land o good job. Chi Omega; Glee C l ub

I;

Echo,

Auislont

.

Andover, Mossochusells sleeping . . . ploying the uke . • . hopes

Business

Manager

Outrng C l ub 1, 2, 3, 4,

3,

.d,

1.11.C.

I,

2,

3,

4;

Sum••r A lan Fox H1stor)' Brookline, Monochuu!tls

Roc�y s tokes • , • lenn11 , • . Jimmy Durante . . . dislikes B o ' c lock rexlbooh from cover to cover . • • ' Everyone ' s o comedian" . .

• . underlines hopes to be o

1u« nful Social S1ud1es teacher.

Echo, Sub1eription Manager 3 , 4; N Nian Junior Coll "e T ronsfer .

Outing

C l ub J;

Tenrtrs,

Monoger

3,

4;

H i l l el

3,


Robert L. Gabriel

Business Administration Nashua, New Ham pshire Mighty mouse . . . pussyfoots around campus but raises the devil on the gridiron the D. U . 's pride and joy . . . no particu lar am bition. Delta U psilon , Treasurer 3; Footba ll l, 2, 3, CoCaptain 4; Track l, 2; Paratroops.

George J a mes Giffin

Business Admin istration Readfield, Moine " Gil" . . . frat parties and meetings Connie and Westbrook J unior College summers at the Cope . . . easy going . . . high jumper . . . hash s linger at the chow h a l l . . . future teacher or coach. Delta Upsilon , President 4; l . R .C. l, 2, 4; Outing C l ub 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketba ll 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; French Club 2.

E l wood C . Gair

Economics Putnam Vol ley, New York "Woody" . . . a slave to the skiis . . . ranch life, oil night bull sessions . . . dislikes beer, but d rinks it . . . "When I ' m a second Lt. " . . . ignores coeds. l . R.C. 1; Outing Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Ski Team l, 2, 3, Captain 4; Ski Slope Committee 3, 4.

John

Fra ncis

Gilhooly

Busi ness Administration Waterbury, Connecticut " Gil" . . . Phi Delts' Fronk Buck . . . parties and group brawls . . . the Dead Rot . . . catching lo l ling hair . . " I ' m going bananas" . . . how dashing con he get! . . . "That ong-goolo" . . . to graduate. Phi Delta Theta, Officer 3; Saint Michael's College Transfer; Novy; Footba l l 1, 2; Baseba ll l, 2; Newmon Club l, 2, 3.

N o r v a l E d w i n Garnett

Business Administration Edgewood, Rhode Island Norma and Norv . . . quarter of nine coffee in the Spa . . . the well tailored man . . . Chi Omega dances . . . "There's not many of the old gong left now" . . . ambition -to get a "B" on a busi ness exa m . Delta Koppa Epsilon; Army; l . R . C. l ; Outing Club 1 , 3, 4.

R u ssell G o l d s m i th , Jr.

Business Administration Brookline, Massachusetts Always puttering with things . . . disli kes people who won ' t listen to him . gets things done . . . " Smith's the name-Goldsmith" . . . to be U.S. Army's 'head launderer. Tau Delta Phi, Treasurer 3, President 4; Doily Bul letin 2; l . R.C. l, 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Varsity Show 3; Outing Club l, 2 , 3, 4; Yacht Club l; Hillel l, 2, 3, 4.

Frank J o seph Gavel

Phi losophy Roxbury, Connecticut Will toke in a class occasionally . . . games at Louise Coburn . . . Doctor of athletes . . . hopes to . . l i kes to keep his head covered " Baby ! " . . . am bition personified? succeed Mike Loebs. Lambda Chi Alpha, President 4; Glee Club 1; Basketball 1; Baseball l, 2, 3, 4.

Marilyn Gracie

Medical Technology Billerica, Massachusetts A sports enthusiast . . . Mari lyn e n j oys basketba l l , baseba l l and other i ndoor sports . . . she hos a great weakness for sleeping and is often seen on the way to a movie. A l ph a Delta Pi; Deon's List 2 , 3; L i brary Associates 2, 3; Outing Club l, 2, 3; French Club l; W.A.A. Numerals l, Letter 2 , Cup 3; Biology Colloq u i u m 3.


Daniel

M anson

Hall

H istory Moggie . . . doctor ' . . .

The Zetes aren't o drin ing lroternity"

future P . F C.

Psi, President 4;

Zeta

Board of Ushers;

Kenneth

West Newton, Mossochusetts Boop," and the Brew . . . eight o'clocks with the "good

The Blades, the

Richard

Social

Committee 4;

Baseball

. . .

1;

records of Dons Doy . . .

Hockey

1,

2, 3,

Co - Captain

Co- Chairman of Sunday Evening Club.

4;

G raham, J r.

English Hartford, Connecticut Keats• poetry . . . going lo Canada . . . hos a mechan ical block . . . forgets dotes . . . "We don t use that word 1 n this room went steady

. . wants to l i v e on the Maine coast .

with three women at once

Kappa Delta Rho, Social Chouman 2, Pont1fer 3; Glee Club 1 , 2; 1 . F. A . I , 2; l i b r a r y Associates 2, 3, '4 ; Canterbury C l ub 1 , 2,

President 3, 4;

. .

1, 2 , 3, 4; S C . A . Spanish C l ub

1,

President 2 .

A rt h u r

Ed ward

Hanken

Chemistry Revere, Grandpo . . . coffee in the Spa dungarees

.

.

telling Novy war stories .

.

m a r r i ed life and "Knoc

off

hot noise up rherel"

.

Massachuselts . disli kes coeds 1n

.

would l i k e to

be on Admi r a l . M . l . T. traruler; Navy; I R C. 3

Chi Epstlon Mu 3, 4.

Henry Warren Gray, J r. Ph)' •CS

Wa efield, Mouochusetts Cold

nig111s.-warm

days

smo es before breo fast-rolls

his own

o·c:loc s after 4 years e"perience • • • "I ' m goin' home to mo baby"

. .

. •

d1sl1 es 8

• •

ambition is

to write the great Amertcon Novel.

Novy; Outing Club I, 2, 3, Yoc:flt Club

1,

2: Sogmo Pt S1gmo.

J o hn E rr o l 8us1nen Nurses .

·

Hannah

Admtn1slrolton

Webster, Massachusetts loo 1n9 out the window hi� preference over studying . . . m a k i ng contacts . Say. she s 1nd of cure .. . . women, wome�omen • . • a 1ob woth advancement, •

security, ond good money.

oppo Detro Rho, teosurer 2, Pruident 3; Deo n ' s List 1: Greek Lefler Society 3; Outtng Club 2; Inter-Fraternity Counc i l ; Roberts Union Comm1t1ee; Ricker Junior Coll ge transfer: Army.

Jean G riffin EngltSh Newton, Mouochuselll Nothing 11 e o good argument ond gropelruit 1u1Ce and "shorpies"-no, thank you l Delio De-Ito Delta, Choplo1n 4;

.

8111 • . • But bow ties, budgets,

you ' l l olwoys find her in breakfast line. Deon's L ist 3: l . R . C . I, 3. library Auociotes

.

V1ce-Pres1dent 4; Outing Club l 1 Contemporary Secretory 2, Field Hockey, Closs Team 3 , 4,

Student

literature

2;

1,

Spanish

2, 3,

C l ub

1,

Ernest Fran k l i n H a r nden, J r . History-Government-Economics South

Portland,

Moine

"The big E r n" . . • fascinated by other people's g i r l s • • • El Roto Cole dislikes people who let their studies interfere with their social activities • " How about o l i ttle party?"

potential

man or distinction.

Novy; Phi Delto Theta.

Gu1111ar Andrew Gustafton,

Jr.

Prt> · Medocol

Foirfield, Main nter st is i n the loll blond trombone section of the bond and orchestra • • . unofficial bond rnoscol • • • wonts to be a human butcher (M . D . ) . . • his future home o l r ody planned- The Army. Koppo D Ito Rho; Colby Outing C lub 1; Newmon C l ub 1, 2; Membe,,hip Committee 3, Chief

V1ce·Presidenl .ol.


Chester David Harrington, J r.

Psychology-Sociology Belmont, Massachusetts The Moy . . . smooth tolker . . . athletics, crazy legs . . . knows all the ang les and gets more than his shore . . . . . Hi, group! 0 0 • • • trips to Philly . . . kidding George . . . successful businessman. Alpha Tau Omega; l . R.C. 1, 2, 3; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 2, 3; Rodio Club l , 2; Newmon Club l , 2, 3, 4; Footbo l l l , 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey l, 2; Coast Guard.

George Montgomery Haselton

Geology Andover, Massachusetts Great outdoor man . . . dis likes party girls . . . habits-pounding on the desk . . " I can ' t, I con ' t! " ' . . . wonts to head geological survey to moon. Norwich University Transfer; Glee Club 4; I . R .C. 3 , 4; Outing Club 2, 3, 4; Kotohdin Council 3, 4; Geology Club 3, 4.

Edith L. Harris

Business Administration Belmont, Massachusetts Avocodoes and the unexpected ore Edie"s loves, but hates phone calls while in the . shower . . . . Plus the fact . . . ond not only that, but . . . " . . . That Horris laugh . . . wont someone? , . . look in Edie's room. Chi Omega, Secretory 4; ORACLE Boord 3, Literory Editor 4; l . R .C. 3; 1 . F. A. l , 2, 3, 4; Varsity Show 3; Outing Club l , 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Club 3, Chairman 4.

M yra Hemenway

Chemistry Newton Centre, Massachusetts Myra migrated with the Chemistry Deportment from the soot-fil led Chemical Holl to the New Keyes . . . dislikes that miserable 7:25 bus . . . . Oh!" My, that pile of letters does grow . . . proudly wears a DU pin ond diamond. Deo n ' s List l , 2, 3; Bond 3, 4; Outing Club l , 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. class n umeral 2; Germon Prize 2; Chi Epsi lon Mu 2, 3; Colby Daughter.

Kenneth Nelso n Hart

Business Administration Cranston, Rhode Island All night poker games . . . 1 /3 of the Phi Delt soft shoe trio . . party . . . a little study goes a long way . . . . . I don ' t core . . honorably and without force. Phi Delta Theta; Footba l l l, 2.

Wi l l iam

Always ready for a . . To leave Colby

Henry

Heubisch,

J r.

History G . reenfield, Massachusetts . o little soft shoe for any occo�ion . . . laying lip to on occasional Wavy hair . molt . . collector of choirs . . . . . Am I my brother's keeper?" . . . " How rare . . . . . a dote on the first nicke l? . . . mistaken for o father at Parents' Doy. Delta Koppa Epsilon, Secretory 3; l . R.C. 2, 4; l . F. e- . 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Associates 2; Outing C lub 4; Novy.

R o be rt Ed wards Hartford

English Portland, Moine dislikes people who woke him up . . . studying in bed . . . 0 00h Canasta king . . Mother, I ca n ' t dance ! " . . aspiring bartender . . . to sel l more shoes. Ko ppa Delta Rho, Treasurer 3; Army Air Force; Echo 3; Li brary Associates 2; Rad io Club 3; Cross Country l ; Track l ; Colby Radio News . Producer 3. Ph i l i p Crane Heywood

Business Administration Worcester, Massachusetts The Renault kid . . . Polly . . . a golfer-life in the rough . . . does things the hard way . . . procrastinator . . . "Who"s got the church key?" . Koppa Delta Rho, Officer 2, Social Choirmon 3; l . R.C. l, 2, 3; I. F.A. 2; Pow�er and Wig 3. 2, 1, Group Protestant l ; Varsity Show 4; Outing C l u b l , 2, 3, 4;


Robert

A p p leto n

I ngraham

Phi losophy Bristo l ,

Connecticut

Peanut butter, Pontiocs and Shrimp Cocktail . . . l i kes to l i sten to records-not · popu l a r " m us i c . . .

" How do y o u spell thotl'

. .

, headed toward the m i n istry . . . the red­

headed parson. l . F.A . • Publicity Chairman

l;

3; Powder and Wig

Varsity Show

1;

Protestant Federation

1, 2, President 3 ; Stud ent·Postor Chino Bophst C h u rch; U . S . N . R.

B a r b a ra

H illson

Spanish Brookline, Massachusetts What' s the Posswordl

Deon s l i st 1, 2, 3· Glee Club 1 · l n ter·Student Coun c i l 3, Vice·Pres1denl 4· Women s Student 3; Cop and Gown, President, Concert Boord 4; I F A . , Secretory 3;

Government 1, 2· t . R . C

Varsity Show 3; Archery Manager 2; Hillel Club I, 2

Spa n i s h Club

1, 2

S h i rley R a y n o r I n g r a h a m Philosophy Spnnglield, M o r r'ed l i fe

Boch

.

Shelley

Coo i n g

Massachusetts

d 1 s l t es chewing g u m , Moine

winters, a n d Shredded Wheal , , , habitually oversleeping o r ploying the piano . " Hos anyone seen Bobr' Deo n ' s list 3; Glee Club l ;

l . F.A. ,

Public1 y Choirmon 2:

Prolestont Group

.

.

Deputoflon

Com mit e e 1 . 2, Co·Choirmon Conference Committee 2.

Jere Lathro p H u ghes Gl!Olagy Wo erv1lle, Moine Being up with lhl! times s1ud1es

,

,

.

' Polly, you bobyl

.

, d 1 s l i es being confined

to his

ov101;on.

Zeta Psi; Trac

1, 2. Captain of rhe Freshmen Track rea m ,

D o n a ld M c Gre g o r J a c o b s History-Government-Economics South Keeps up the Deke trod1t1on •

,

chow hound

Delta

oppo

,

,

Epsilon,

,

h u n g up sp1 es for good

,

Corresponding

Secretory

2,

Orator

Portland,

Moine

pride of the Coast Guard

wan s lo become o prominent something. 4;

I n ter . Student

Council

l . R . C . I , 2, V1ce0President 3 , President 4· Outing Club 1 , 2, 3. 4; Yacht C l u b I. 2, Track 1. 2; Colby Son. Blue Key.

D u a n e A lsto n H u rd Psychology Madiso n , Moine Married l ife • • , stars i n basketball (independently) , , , d i slikes narrow m i nded people , , . " I should study this stuffl' '

spent first two years w11h Carol i n Portland, ond

iecond two with her i n Vets apartments. Novy

Barbara

Jefferson

Psychology-Sociology Norwood, Massachusetts her favorite pastime 'Hi therel H o w o r e youl ' , . . J e ll' knows someone y o u do f r o m most a n y place .

Peanuts a nd people h e r loves Sigma

Kappa,

l . F.A. 2. 3;

Pon h e l le n ic

Gree

conference tratltng

.

Representative 2,

3,

4,

Pre5tdent 4;

Glee C l u b

letter Society 2, 3; Outing C l u b I . 2, 3, 4; S . C . A .

I;

t . R . C.

3;

2, 3, 4, Chapel

Usher J, Do ily Chapel Committee 3; Sunday Even ing Club, Co-Chairman 4; Red Cross 3.

Carol HunthuJton Bu''"'" Adm1nistro1ion Fitchburg, Monochuselh Hunt's nown for 10�1ng off to the movies before on uam. I tters from Redburn

footbo l l

,

Dixielond

.

.

'

plans on on oporlmonl i n N e w York. Chi

Omega,

Vocolton

Choi rmon

4;

Wome n ' s

Student

talking i n

her sleep

Sa the ball bouncl!s l "

Government, Secretory 2,

Editor

of Women 's Hondboo

3; I R . C . 2, 3 ; 1 . F.A . 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing C l u b 1, '1; Social Com m i ttee

Lett r 3,

Hoc� y

'1, 4, W A. A . , Clou Representative 1 , 2 , V1ce 0 Pres1dent 3, President 4; Clan Numeral' 2, C lon Team

1;

Closs Team

Wome n ' s Union House Committee 3 .

Softball

1,

2:

Newmon

C l ub

l,

2,

J,

4;


A l m o n d E u gene J e l l i s o n

Eng lish Thomaston, Maine Ascetic . . . curtain ca lls . . . dislikes be-bop ond people in general . . . drama . . . "What do you meon it can't be done?" . . . to tell a funny joke ( hig hly im probable) . Kappa Delta Rho; Army; Dea n ' s List 3; Library Associates l , 2; Powder and Wig l, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Radio Club l, 3, Publicity Choirman 2; Powder and Wig Award 2, 3; Waterville-Colby Com munity Theatre.

Joanna

D . J o hnston

Psychology-Sociology Winchester, Massachusetts Loves hamburgs and o i l -night bull sessions . . detests Maine roads . . . "Wahoo! Campused agai n ! " . . . hopes to knit a sweater that fits, but did stop chain-smoking . . . "Anything in the J box?' Glee Club l; l . F.A. l, 2, 3, 4; ORACLE Staff 4; l . R .C. 4; Outing Club l; Volleyba ll Class Team l.

Naomi J e n n i s o n

Psychology Waterville, Maine Zetes, cokes, spa-ing, and Florida are Nao m i ' s pet loves, while windy Maine weather and getting up are her pet peeves . . . " See how my diamonds sparkle in the sunlight!" writing to Jim . . . 11 :30 social hour. Smith College Transfer; Chi Omega; W.A.A. Board 4; Archery, Manager 4.

R i c h ard Kaplan

History Providence, Rhode I sland Sleeps in the ofternoon . . bridge hound, and mountain climber . . . never studies for hour exams more than an hour before . . . "There I was, forty thousand feet up!" . . . am bition-to make money enough to sleep in the afternoon. Army; G lee Club 1, 3, 4; Powder and Wig 1; Outing Club 1 , Katahdin Council 3, 4; Hillel 1 , 3 , 4; Winter Carnival Committee 3; Ski Slope Committee.

Richard A l l e n J o h nson

History Melrose, Massachusetts Always has something ta say . . "They don ' t understand m e ! " . . . Muscatel and cards . . . dislikes water except for swimming Eng lish Chonnel backstroke argumentative idea l i st. Zeta Psi; l . R . C . l, 3, 4; Library Associates 2; Hockey l, 2, 4.

J a mes Kevin Keefe

Busi ness Admin istration Newton, Massachusetts Likes ta sleep a l l day and jump with Symphony Sid at night . . . Lager and love . . ambition is to bird-dog in " Bird land " . . . pitching ace at Colby and Presque Isle . . Moscow M ules at University of Maine. Alpha Tau Omega , Usher 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4, Chaplain 4; Outing Club 1 , 2; Hockey l , 2; Baseba l l l , 2, 3, 4; Newmarr Club l , 2, 3, 4; Lelia M. Foster Award; Junior Class President.

R i c h a rd Fisher J o h n s o n

Psychology Westboro, Massachusetts Consta ntly climbing chapel steps . . . gets a haircut once a week . . . "organ-izing and criticizin g " . . . paying "Maude·s" expenses . . . a g reat friend to everyone. I . R . C . l , 2, 3; Concert Board 1 , 2 , 3, 4; 1 . F.A. l , 2; Outing Club l , 2 , 3, 4; Radio Club l , 2, 3; Student Organist 3, 4.

Thomas R i c h a rd Keene, J r.

Physics Nashua, New Hampshire . relights . . unker fl "Make mine Ba llantine" . . . l i kes Phi Dell tea dances . . . a q uiz World War II with Fisher over a tall one at Ken · s . . . "You can · t fight City Hal l ! " P h i Delta Theta; Marines; Radio C l u b 1 ; Track l , 2 .


Norma

K i n s he rf

H i story Newlon High lands, Mossochusetts Movies, bridge, long distance phone coils,

m i ssing meeti ngs . . . she olwoys forgets h e r

o l o r m c l o c k . . . N o r m o hopes l o go to l o w school .

. .

let s toke s o m e pictures. ' 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing

Mory Woshengton Col lege Transfer; Deon s list 2; Glee C l u b 1 ; I R . C .

C l u b 3; Newmo11 C l u b l

,2, 3 , A.

Joy D e l o n g Keo u g h Phys1c.s Houlton, Moine A senior wife and i n thol role loves

eep1ng house, coo k i n g , ond

n 1 t t 1 ng for Jock . . .

d1sl1 es those 8:00 classes, long papers, and writing up lob reporls

plans to teach

h i Jock gets his Mosler s-lhen the family

Delta Delta Delta, l1brorion 2, 3 , H1stonon 2, 3 , Corresponding Secretory .4, Deon s Lisi I , Echo Reporter I , 2; Colby Wives C l u b 4; Germon C l ub 2 · Sigma P 1 Sigma 3 , Secretory 4 ,

H a rvey

Melvin

K i rste i n

Religion Chinese chow . . . that long convertible . h i s coun ry needs

Tau Del o Ph

Peabody, Mossochusells wrest l i n g on TV • • • always loo k i n g for

. . R u by Foo ' i once o wee

that s1xlh sub1ect " ' Whot

.

mov "e goer and doss culler .

s o good f.ve·cent spore r i b .

A;

Outing C l u b 1 , 2, 3,

Baseba l l , Manager l , 2, 3· H i l l e l 1 , 2, 3, A

J o h n J o s e p h Keo u g h P s chology 011t1 1 ngto n , Monochusel s Lt es Thomas Wolfe, spicy foreign food . . . d 1 1 l i es uhro-conservohves . . . weors loud soc 1 • • • butl U!SS1ons • . • · Thor's how 11 goes " • • • should leave his mork on the world Troe

l, 2; C la n Treowrer

1, 2.

M a rt i n Roger Kress History

l 1 es Broo l ine res1deflls

sleep

.

.

Whale •

Plains, New Yor

reod1ng new d i r ections, publocotions

.

hugs pillow

Th11 is more fun thon k i l l in g babies! . . . . . ovemon to fl•ght c l ubs I, 2: Social Committee 4; Baseball

Tau Oelro Phi, A l u m n i Scribe 3, Cusros 4; l . R . C. Bo1 etbo l l , .1 0 11 o g e r I , 2, 3 : H i l l e l I , 2, 3, 4,

1;

P a u l Briggs K i l m i ster History Concord, New Hampshire Fraternity and city league bowler

.

evenings at the P111e Tree

three d i fferent places ol once . . . poker ployer three· ·

.

.

.

k eeps appointments

' I t ' s 1 1 e, soy, two orid two moke

n u t U . S. Senator from N . H .

oppo Detro R h o , Secretory I , 2 ; Deon 's l e s t 2, 3; 1 . l t C . l , 2, 3, li brary Associates 2 ; Oebotang C l u b 1 , 2, 3, 4; G o l l 3, 4; Murray P r i z e Debate 1 , 2, 3 ; Levine Contest 2 .

R i c h a r d A n d re K u e h n d o rf French Scarsdale, Armchair general the

Sixty M i n utemen"

nutbrowns at Charl i e ' s

. . . one of the elms e l i te

New York

Schnoo k 1 e . . . Founder-President of •

' The evening

1 s young,

let ' s

have o party . " Novy; Cornell University Transfer; Lambda C he A l pha; l , R .C . A; Vors1ty Show 3, C l u b 2, 3; Tennis J, French C l u b 2; Cheerleader 3.

Outing

Fra11ce1 K i m b a l l Germon Gorham, Moine Canoeing, muuc, and 2 '/1 · inch stea k s ore Kim'1 love1, but studying ond beords-nol • • . sings Mudpe song• . • • "Cuu, blost, d o n ' t be rid1cu lous l " . • • alwoy1 otmost lot S19mo Koppa; Bond I , '1 , 3 , '4 ; Orchestra 2 , J, -': Outing C l u b l , J, .4 ; Germon C l u b "4 .


Robert Regi n a l d Laliberte

Busi ness Admin istration Watervi l le, Maine Students should dirty their clothes so they' l l have to be dry cleaned . . . he leans toward Jean . . . hard-skating puckster . . . " Boy, are you living!" . . . usua l ly trying to col lect laundry bill from the A.T.O. house. Alpha Tau Omega; Army Air Force; Outing Club 3, 4; Hackey 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3 .

Frederick W i l l LeVeq ue

History Columbus, Ohio Hominy grits . . . Southern ch icken and fried wife . . . attends fraternity meetings annually . . • ambition is ta be a di plomat . . . ever smoking a pipe . . . man of d istinction. Alpha Tau Omega; Navy; l . R.C. 3; Outing Club 3, 4; Princeton University Transfer.

E d w i n J a mes Laverty

Busi ness Administration Gorham, Maine Gorham State Teachers coeds . . . home brew . . . playing "Oh be Joyful " . . . eats with Walt . . . " Draw two, Ken" . . . knows his way around in the hunting and fishing world. Zeta Psi, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Navy; l . R.C. 3; Outing Club 1, 2.

Ruth

Leverett

Medical Technology Hackensack, New Jersey Horses, horses, horses . . . riding horseback is her greatest l i ke, most d istinguishing habit and favorite pastim e . . . " I don 't g ive a little rat's nos e ! " Dea n ' s L i s t 1 , 2, 3; O u t i n g Club l; Class Hockey l; W . A . A . N umerals 2, Letter 3; Class Basketbal l 3; Class Softball 3; Local Rating 3; Basketba l l Official 3; Riding Club 3, 4.

Robert Spence Lee

Busi ness Administration Danvers, Massachusetts Fearless and harm less . . . g i rls-cars-gi rl s i n cars . . . parties-girls- partygirls . . . Bill's discussion periods . . . "Smooth, h u h?" . . . stripped-down car, souped-up coeds, or vice versa . . . " Looks aren't important-except i n people." Delta Upsilon, Officer 3, Socia l Chairman 4; ORACLE, Sports Editor 4; Basketbal l l ; Outing Club 1 , 2, 3 , 4; Greek Letter Society 2; Minstrel Show 2.

Nadeen Finberg Leibeskind

Business Administration Portland, Maine Kai and second semester housekeeping . . . the green Pontiac . . . teaching Mac to drive . . . " What's the password?" . . . the movies i n preference to exams. Women's Student Government l; ORACLE Staff 3; Outing Club 2, 3; Radio Club 1; W.A.A. N umerals 2, Letter 3; Hillel 1 , 2, 3, 4.

M a ry E d i th Leighton

Psychology North Haven, Connecticut Pol l y loves that h uge engagement ring, ballet a nd singing, a nd people who laugh . . . plans to teach kindergarten after a . . loathes bow ties and getting u p . Mitch fal l wedding. Glee Club 1, 2; l .R .C. 1 ; Library Associates 4; Outing Club 4. •

M i lton Cass Lightner

Business Administration Ridgewood, New Jersey Throws parties from B to 1 2-throws Bruehl from 12 to 1 . . . gra pefruit juice first thing Sunday morn ing . . . keeps records on whom Gaski l l i s pinned to . . . " Shape up, you babe" . . . h i s marital partner m ust learn to appreciate snoring. Kappa Delta Rho, Officer 3, 4; Band, Drum Major 1 , 2, 3, Student Advisor 4; G lee Club 1 ; Varsity Show 3 , Composer 4 ; Outing Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Canterbury Club 1 , Officer 2.


J e a n M a c D o n a ld Sociology North

Quincy, Mossochusetts

Reny's disc jockey show, and k n i tt i ng ore fine, but backseat

Piano music, sleeping, Doc

drivers, ond olorm clocks-never! . . . "Moc" wants to be on ourhoriry on Scorch plaids let's toke off rh1s weekend . "

·

Sigma Koppa, H i storian 4 ; House Chairman 2 ; Varsity Show, Costume Committee 3 ; Outing C l u b 2, 3.

D o n a l d Ray L i v i n q stone Psychology Belmont , Massachusetts "The old Doctor

'

.

Scorch on the rocks . . . drin 1ng on only two occasions-either with

somebody o r by h i mself . . . ' " leis go to o show, ortd when we get out go up lo Quebec" .

.

fated for success w11h his loquacious manner of speech.

Zeto Psi; Hockey I , 2.

Guy M c i ntosh Businen Adm1n oslrotion Watertown Massachusetts Freshman year 1 n Old Chaplin . • . hot tea and roast . . . dis likes anyth ing resembl i ng work . . . soclc-time disturbance . . . "How many brownie po i n ts today� ' . . • wonts lo insure anything, anywhere. Phi Delta Theta; Deon s List 1; Camero C l u b 3; Army A o r Force

D a v i d Earl Love H o s ory-Government-Econom1cs Gor am, Moine Hunter ord f.sherman

Be ly was one of the results of h i s hvnting

.

" What are we

.

hov1n9 for supper?" . . . ombitiort-to teach History, Government ond Economics. University of Tompo Tronifer; Novy; Deo n ' s List 1, 2.

C h ar les Sum n e r

M c i ntyre

Business Adm1n 1strohon Marblehead, Monochusetts That certain Tri-Delt •

.

.

straight Oush

gels h i s best sleep i n cloues

.

.

.

" Break the seal on that new set of Bicycles"

" ' Shut up, ond drink your bee r ! "

.

.

Woll Street

Novy; l a m bda Chi A l pha, Treasurer 2, 3; Student Government, Treasurer 4, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Yocht Club I , 2, 3, Colby Son.

F l o re11ce

M c Donell

L yf o r d

P1ychology-Soc1ology Bridgeton, New Jersey li'ennie s the roll g a l with the sofr voice

o senior wife who studies her coo books, but

The Moroccos

a l so enjoys "maid's night out."

.

.

square dancing

.

.

Spa n i s h music.

Her omb1tion-Vids ond company. Chi Omega; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3; Chopel Choir 2, 3; Colby Wives Club 4; Outong C l u b 1 , 2, 3, 4.

Arthur F r a n c i s M c Maho n Business Adm 1 n istrol ion Providence, Rhode I s land Moil hound • . • breakfosl c l u b i n Art clou • . • nuts over Nancy compu5-1f you' re l ucky" • . . uncontro llable desire lo graduate • summer schools ond women"

.

.

See yo ' round

.

• •

"Thon� God for

track terror.

Delta Upiilon, President 4: Novy; Greek leller Society 4; Outing Club

1, 2, 3, 4; Track

I , 2, 3, Coptoin 4.

Geoffrey Satterlee

Lyford

Geology-Bus1neu

Admin istration

Scarsdale, New York Sb iumper • • . putteri ng around aportment or working o n ski slope appo i nts large outong c l u b commtllees

" How i a irJ "

.

.

.

fd1tar 2, 3, President 4; Trod 2 , 3, 4; Ski Teom 3, 4,

crazy hots

.

.

wonts to find o tent with

a cellor . • • " let's get squared away." Phi Koppa Sigmor Cornell Un1vers1ty Tran\fer; Army Air Force; Outing

Club,

Newsletter


R i c h a rd Bruce M a c k

Physics Norway, Maine Spends o good deal of his time in the Camera Club dork room . . . snoring in Dr. Combellack's math class . . . quickly developing into another Einstein . . . sloe gin hater . . . " !'hose darn Democrats ! " Koppa Delta R ho; l . R.C. l , 2 ; Powder a n d W i g 3, 4 ; Outing Club l ; Camera Club l , 2 , President 3 , 4 ; S i g m a Pi S i g m a 3, Vice-President 4 .

Joseph Edward M a rtin

Pre-Medical Mexico, Maine Town women . . . dances with Arth ur Murray ability . . . Colby chow-hater . . track trips to Vermont and Boston . . . attends auctions " Let's face it" . . coreer-M. D . Novy; Dea n ' s L i s t 3, 4 ; Medical Society 3, 4 ; Outing Club 3, 4 ; Footbal l l ; Track l , 2 , 3, 4 ; Biology Colloq uium 3, 4 .

D o n a l d D e n n i s M a he u

Pre-Medical Watervil le, Moine Likes h unting (two legged dear) . . . always studying for hour exams . . . trying to blow up the new Chem building . . . "Did I get faked out by the prof!" Delta Kappa Epsi lon; Medical Society l, 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 3; Newman Club l , 2, 3, 4.

M a r i l yn Matthes

Spanish Haverhi l l , Massachusetts A collector of swizzle sticks . . . a reader of Spanish poetry, and a follower of t'he "Muffin Mon" . . . not a lover of bridge kibitzers or Gershwi n . . . "Some of my best friends are people." l . R . C . 2; Outing Club l, 2; Freshman Play.

Robert V i ctor M a rraro

Pre¡Medical Larchmont, New York The moon light over Johnson 's Pond . . . those organic exams . . . owner of a Studebaker parked outside of Charlie's . . . "Anyone going down town?" . . . am bition is to be a home-town doc. ORACLE 4; 1 . R.C. l, 2, 3; Medical Society 2, 3, 4; Outing Club l , 2, 3; Skiing 1, 2, 3; Baseba ll l; Track Manager 3; Newman Club l, 2, 3, 4.

Tho rnton Ward Merri a m , Jr.

Pre-Medical Spri ngfield, Massachusetts Nurses, pragmatism . . . always disagreeing with Graham "Great Honk" . borrowing the Rumson tweeds . . . tarn between the u kelele and the sousaphone . . found i n al most any organization of the Colby fami ly. Kappa Delta Rho, President 3; Dea n ' s List l, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2 , 3, 4; Blue Key, President 4; 1 . F.A. 1, 2, Treasurer 3; Varsity Show 2, 3; Outing Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1 , 4; Protestant Group l , 2, 3, 4; General Sccha.larshi p Award 2, 3.

A l vo O w e n M a rt i n

H istory-Government-Economics Chicago, I ll i nois W i ndy city man . . . Little America and his penguins . . . "Talk of the Town " pride and joywh istles "Mona Lisa" under a certain window in Mary Low . . his car. Navy; Psi U psilon; Echo 2; l . R .C. 2; Debating Club 4; Radio Club 3.

D a v i d W i l l i a m M i l ler

Geology New York City, New York Often mistaken far wearing false nose and glasses . . . " Loaded? Me? Of course not!" . . . looks u p o l d friends at 3 o 'clock i n the morning . . . pretends he never studies . . . digging far fossi l s a l Charlie's . . . Grad school or bust-or both. Delta U psilon, Officer 3; ORACLE 1 , 2, 3, Associate Editor 4; l . R . C . 3, 4; l . F.A. 2, 3; Geology C l u b 2, 3, 4; Outing Club l , 2, 3, 4; Yacht Club l , 2; Track 1 , 3, 4.


Ann M o r r i s o n Phychology-Sociology Augusto, Bowdoi n

Zetes

and

ond "analyzing

Bowdoin

weekends,

lemonodes,

procrastinating,

people ore oll on Ann s ' l i ke ' l i st

Moine

horsebock

riding,

"Honest to Pete l '

her

Vogue style . . . loothes "cussi n ' " . . . "Seen Moy�" Delto D e l t a Delta;

Ponhellenic

l;

Student Government

3,

Represenlolive

l . R . C. 3; Powder and

4;

President 3,

Wig

4;

Deon ' s

List

3;

Women ' s

Greek Letter M i n strel

l,

Show

3 , 4; Outing C l u b 1 , 2 , 3 ; Varsity Field Hockey 1 , 2 , 3; W . A A . 2 , 3 , Senior Represenlotive

4;

Red Cross Committee 3, Choirmon Wom e n ' s Medical D 1 11 1 S1on 4.

Alan Bennett M i rken Business Adm1mstrolton New York City, New Yor Approves o f Chrysler products . . . eats very slowly-wol s very quickly

.

. . · I t figures,

a� a molter of fact" . . . Colby s Grantland Rice. Tau Delta P h i , Social C h a i rm a n 2, Scribe 3 , Vice·Pres1dent 4 , 3, l . R . C . 1 ; Gree

1 , 2 , Sports Editor

Echo

letter Society 2; Social Committee 2; Boseboll I, Almlonl Manager 2;

Hillel I, 2, 3 , 4: College Sports Publicity Agent 4.

R o be rt Business

M o r row

Adm i n 1slrollon

Johnston, Rhode Island " L u i g i " • • • a soc

hound from way boc

worth on A i n marriage

.

he figured that the name Morrow was

formed out lo the m i n ors in the wolf boll league

Lambda Chi Alpha; Outing C lub I , '2, 3, .C,

Fento n R qers M itchell, J r. Psy�ology-Soc1ology Wo ef.eld, Mou. Bop man

" 'The a l e fella"

r e m b l e thing"

.

seldom

seen without Po l ly

.

" I t s a t er r i bl e ,

ostourids his y o u n g roommates t e l l i n g t o l u a b o u t h i s eape11ences

of years gone by. Alpho Tau Omega: Novy; Outing C l u b; Dance Bond.

Arthur Bradford M o s h e r Psychology Cambridge, Suzi e ' s coo ing

.

.

con t i n u a l ly stic ing his nee

Professor Morrow's competent sexologist M r. Birge"

,

out

in

Monochusetls

"Looking Them Over" '

.

" I can ' t q u i te agree with that stotement,

off to 8111 ' s to hoist o few.

1 , 2, 3;

Novy; Secretory of Independent Counc I; Echo 1 , 3, Monog1n9 Editor 4;

I. F. A.

Outing C l ub I , 2, 3, 4 ; Radio C l ub, President I , 2, Prall!llant Federation

1, 2, 3; Place·

men! Commirtee 4 ,

John

R.

C.

Moodey

Philolophy Hewlott, Ne Poolroom addict

York •

.

.

he'• down at Foss Holl so m uch he looks like another coedl . . .

always o friendly gree11n9 . • • pet hate is being beaten in poolroom

ambition is

the m i n istry. Delta Koppa Epsilon; Glee C lub 1 , 2, 3; l . F . A .

1, 2

3; Rodia C l u b 1, 2; Canterbury Club,

Treasurer 4; Powder and Wig 3 , .C; Varsity Show .C, Outing C l u b 1, 2, J; Football 1 .

A l yce M o s ko w itz Psychology Mount Writing

letters,

listening

to

among ner fovo1ile pastimes

clonical .

.

records, and shoo t i n g

" What's the password?' '

Deon ' s list 2 , 3; Glee C l u b 1 . 2, 3,

4:

Vernon,

arrows on •

I n te r -Student Council

l . F.A. 1 , 1, J, President 4, Powder and Wig I , 2, Secretory 3 ,

Secretory 2 , 3 , Vice-President .c .

.

4: 4.

.

New York

windy doys

gradual

ore

school p l a ns.

l . R . C . 2 , 3 , Secretory

4,

Outing Club .C; H i l l e l 1 ,

M a rk S l d H y M o rd e c a i Business Adm 1 n 1 strol1on �ewton, Mossochusetts All for podded benches • • . thole people who argue log icol lyl . • • "You can ' t tell the depth of o w I I by the length of the pump hand l e " . . Mister Average Ath lete of 1 950 •

1t1 l l trying to beot his roommalH ot golf

Tau De lta P h i , President 3:

l . R .C .

Bos�etball 1 ; Foo t b a l l I , 2 . 3 President 3 .

1,

l.F A .

1; Outing C l u b

1,

2,

3, 4; Yacht C l u b

11

Ba'9ba1 1 1 , 2 , 3 ; H i l l e l 1 , 1 , 3 , 4 ; l nterfroter n 1 ty Counc d ,


Constance W i l e y Mott

Pre-Med ical Sanford, Maine As a senior wife laves cooking for Sky, bridge, end coffee . . . off to lab or to the Bob- I n for a cheeseburger . . . " Fiddle" . . . ambition-lo get Sky to class on time. Sigma Kappa; l . R.C. 3, 4; Medical Society 3; Protestant Group 1, 2, 3, 4.

R i c hard Marvin Nemrow

Sociology Brookline, Massachusetts Red's perpetual smile . . . building empi res with Doc . . . drinks anything but water . . . "Aw come on now, you guys, you know what I mean" . . . between the ages of 6-60. Defiance College Transfer; Zeto Psi.

S c huyler Lenox Mott

History Paris, Maine Connie . . . amazing stories . . . cinder man . . . rea l ly hooked . . . hand-painted ties . . . GI cans from the third floor . . . studying after m idnight. Kappa Delta Rho, Officer 2, 3, President 4; Dean ' s List 3; l . R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 2, 3; Social Committee 3, Chairman 4; Track 1, 2; Canterbury Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; History Club.

J oseph Robert N iedzinski

Psychology Nutley, New Jersey Good m usic . . . l i kes being pinned . . . any form of diversion . . . late beering . onions . . . "Ugh H u h " taking bus to h i l l-favorite pastime. Phi Delta Theta; Echo, Advertising Manager 3; l . F.A., Planning Boord 3; Campus Chest 1, Executive Board 2, Pledge Chairman 3; Outing Club 1, 2; Social Committee 1; Debating Club 2. â&#x20AC;˘

.

.

E laine Muller

Sociology Dumont, New Jersey Lonny's either putting signs on people's doors or climbing the water tower . . . she wants to five i n Maine and go to Brazil to visit G i l ly . . . "Why don 't they ftx the bus schedule?" Alpha Delta Pi; 1 . F.A. 4; Varsity Show 4; Newman Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4.

J.

Mahlon

N i les

History Both, Maine One of those Ricker boys . . â&#x20AC;˘ a l l-around sports fan, especially football and basketbal l favorite sayings mostly not fit for . . . results o f wife's good cooking a re obvious . print . . . am bition is lo leach. Marines; Ricker College Transfer; Dea n ' s List 1 , 2.

A n nalee Nelson

History-Engl ish Pe lham, New York Nel . . . known far p h i losophizing with $64 words and a sarcastic brand of h umor . . . "I may be i l l ! " . . . reads as m uch as she tal ks-The Fountainhead and Charles Addams. ORACLE Stoff 4; l . R.C. 4; Outing Club 2, 3; Closs Teams, Hockey 1, Volleybal l 1; House Committee 4; Campus Chest Committee 2.

Nanc y N i lson

French Milton, Massachusetts Youngest member of the g raduating class . . . l ikes keeping busy, jelly beans, p iano, Dixieland m usic, and Zeto Psi . . . hates cots, stereotyped life . . . " Ed ucioble!" "Let's stay u p and ta l k . " Delta Delta Delta, Officer 4 ; l . R.C. 1 , 2, 3; O u t i n g Club 1 , 2, 4 ; French Club 1 , 2, 4 ; Spanish Club 2, 4 .


Theodore Parker R e l i g ion Broo k l i n e , Mossochusetts Scotch-ploids . . .

"Terrible Ted" . . . d i s l i k es the looming beverage . . . closing doors

and opening windows . . . "See you later when it's greofer-h u h l " . . . hopes to corn e r t h e m a r k e t on d o l l a r b i lls. Tau Delre Phi; Novy; Football l, 2, 3, 4; Track l; Counselor.

Charlotte Noble Psychology-Soc1ology Molden, Mossochusetrs A Hedman girl . . . with a disl i k e for ohernoon classes and a passion for the Red Sox • . . pushing Mehotoble . . . " I ' ve got news for you l " . Phil . . . m usicals . . . trave l i ng . Deon ' s l i s t 3 ; G l e e Cl ub, C h o r u s l ; library Associates 2 ; O u t i n g Club 2; R 1d 1 ng C l u b 3.

Louis Marston Patterson English Portland, lover of the classica l things-music and

jo es . .

.

receding

ho1rl1ne

.

.

Moine q u i et type

. . . hos a few short ones with the boys. Delta Ups i lo n ; li brary Associotes 1, 2, 3, 4; Powder and Wig 2, 3 , 4; Symphonic C lub 4; Orchestra, Manager 2 , 3, 4 , Echo 4

H e l e n Palen Soc1ology-Psychology Waterbury, Connecticut pounce , "

Studies all night, hos coffee a t 2 A . M . , ond geh a l l "A's" . . . Mory low " l " o " d o 1 936 Pontiac s h e I i es Deon ' s l i s t 1 , 2, 3; G l e e

" I hove

.

Club

o go on b e l l s now . "

Wom e n ' s

1:

Student

Government

2;

l . R.C .

1,

4;

Pi Gamma Mu.

Robert Watson Peale H i story-Gover nment Olean, New Yor A h , those sweet melod1esl . . . Bosh-Bosh

.

.

the lheorefocol m i nd

o m 1 n 1 ster. Orchestra, Asshtonl Manager 3; Outing C l u b

1,

S i Team 3, 4, Hoc ey 2; Bo1eboll 1

1, 2.

Football

.

omb1tion-ro be

2, 3, 4; Protestant Group

l,

2, 3, 4;

Herbert L. Panze n ha9e n , J r. Biology Teanec k , New Jeuey Marriage ond its odd1hons he m i ned his colling

. •

.

.

fi l u anything

.

under the sun

.

coo k i n g-soys

" I ' m exceptiona l " (though Morrow, in his marriage exam,

proved otherwise). Zeto Psi; Medical Society 1, 2; Outing C l u b 1, 2; Biology Colloquium 3, Secretory 4.

Be njam i n Pearson, J r . Business Adm 1 n 1slroflon Byfield, Mossochuseffs Wife Jeon

.

.

po rhu and singing

.

connoisseur of curv s

.

d i s l i k es doing dishes

is it o nose or a hosel Alpha Tou Omega; Novy; Glee Club 1; Varsity Show 1 ; Outing Club 1, 2 , 3, 4; Footboll 1 ; •

"Been worse, bur nor much"

.

Hockey 1 ; Golf 3 , 4 ,

Joan M i iiett Pape Molhemohcs Choppoquo, New York A second semester "Mn." ore "tremendous"

,

evenings al the "Jeff" with Dove and a Vodka C o l l i n s

.

Moine w i n t e r s and The D r o f t ore ' ' crummy" .

she also l i kes

green convertibles ond the Z tu. Deon's Li1t 1, 3; O u t i n g Club 2, 3,

1;

ltodio Club

1;

Spanish

Club 2; W A. A . Boord Member


Robert Pe c k

Business Admin istration Newton, Massachusetts Sports ent h usiast disl ikes-b l i nd dates, weekends away from Colby . . . sacking out . . . . looki ng far sweaters an fratern ity brothers backs . . . cockta il lounge q ueens . "Who's that, Herb?" Tau Delta Phi; Newton Junior College Transfer; Outing Club 2, 3, Hi llel 1, 2, 3, 4.

Celia ..Philbrook

Business Adm in istration Westbrook, Maine One of the annex gang, "Skip" l i kes swimming, basketba l l , boats and refereeing basketba l l games . . . she wants m o r e horns f o r t h e Chevy . . . " Deta i l s ! " " Pish-pos h ! " " Pipple-ding ! " A l p h a Delta P i ; Athletic Manager 3, 4; Dea n ' s List 1 ; Band 1 ; Outing Club 1 , 4; W.A.A. N umerals 1, Letter 2, Cup 3; Softbal l , Basketball, Volleyba l l , Hockey Varsity Teams 1, 2, 3, 4; National Offici a l ' s Basketball Rating; Colby Daughter.

E u gene J o seph Pelletier, J r.

Chemistry Middleton , Massachusetts Dixieland, Blondes . . . has been known to im bibe . . dislikes redheads and silly females . . . afternoons i n chem lab , . mountain cli mber . . " Have you got a five?" , . desires workable marriage and workable car. Army Signal Corps; Desn ' s List 1, 3; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Council 1, 3; Chi Epsilon M u 1, 2, 3, 4 .

Lorraine Pomerleau

Medical Technician Waterville, Maine Parks the car at least half a mile from the fleldhouse at any basketba l l game sti l l loses her way driving i n Boston traffic . . . a shy look to size people up.

J a n e Perry

Sociology Rock land, Maine Cowboy parties and olives . . . sleeping late and com m uting to Boston are Janie's loves . . . " Let's change the room" . . . wants to raise some " l ittle cowboys" . . . night owl . . the beach wagon. Chi Omega, Vice-President 4; Glee Club l, 2, Librarian, President 4; Women ' s Student Government 3, 4; l . R . C . 3; l . F.A. 2; Varsity Show, Cast 2, 3; Radio Club l; Chapel Chair 2, 3, 4; Chapel Usher 1 . Lois H o pe Po u l i n

English Waterville, Maine Seriousness tempered with a sense of humor . . . Dramatic i m personations of Emerson and Thoreau . . . loses nearly everything but her friends . . . "But I haven't finished my French ! " Boston University Transfer; A l pha Delta P i , Reporter-H istorian 4 ; Dea n ' s List 1 ; Glee Club 3, 4; l . R. C . 2; 1 . F.A. 2, 3, 4; Libra ry Associates 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 2; Contemporary Literature 2, 3; Newman Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; French Club 1 . C harlotte Elaine Pettee

English Waterv i l l e , Maine En joyment i n the sea-shore . . . spag hetti and writing letters in class is surpassed only by her desire to teach i n a one room schoo l . Libra ry Associates 2, 3, 4 ; 1 . F.A. 4 ; Powder and Wig 4; Protestant Fel lowship 3 ; Red Cross Comm ittee 3.

C o n stance Preble

Biology Grosse Pointe, Michigan . . Shulman Max buses; missing A cool malt i n a smoky room; being broke and Matisse . . . the ukelele . . . Schnookie . . . loathes mice and thei r dissectors, and ru les at 1 0:30 P.M . . . . "I can study tomorrow-let's go to Charl ie¡s." Chi Omega; Dean's List 3; l . R . C . 4; Varsity Show 2, 3; Outing Club 1, 2; Volleyba l l C l a s s Team 1 ; Hockey Class Team 2; G . 0 . 0 . N . 4; Biology Colloq uium 4.


Sue

Rees

Business Administration Auburn, Moine Parties and characters she likes but Dartmouth Greenl . . . late to bed, never to rise . that unexpected humor . . . ' lov e ' s labors lost'

. . . 'What's 1 n h i b i tion f '

C h i Omega; l . R . C . 4; Outing C l u b 1 , 2, 3 , 4; Cheerleader 1 , 2 , 3, 4; G . 0 . 0 . N . 3 , 4 .

L e e Raymond Prescott Mathematics Waterbury, Connecticut Dietitians . . . ambi tion-lo hear himself sing his'

Deke house

.

.

.

. dislikes dull weekends .

. guards

the Dodgers and ' ' Wait I I next year" . . . to make half as much

money as Riefe t h i n k s he w i l l make Delta

Koppa

Epsilon,

Society 3· Football

Officer

3,

President 4 ,

lnter-Frolern1ty

Council

4;

Greek

Leiter

I, 2 .

R a y mond

E man u e l

Reich

Pre-Medical New York City, New York Roderic ' s lunch • . • a l l night cram sessions days hove given him a growing thirst (for

.

. undergraduate

" I ' m o lollypop '

nowledge2) M.D.

, disli kes underdeveloped

penonol1ties. Zeto Si: Deon's list 2 Track

1, 2

Margare

ORACLE 4; Medica l Society 2

3; Outing C l u b

1, 2,

Football

1;

Canterbury C l u b 1 , 2.

Preston

Phy ia Che-erly, Maryland ' ' I ' e got neWl for you ! "

the car ond riding-horses

• •

• •

o June wedding •

.

.

Bud

.

spends her time pushing

the good old days ot H edman.

Deon ' s List I, 2; Oultng C l u b 1, 2, 3, .C; Badminton Manager 2; R1d1ng Manager 3 , 4;

Roger W i l l i ams Group 2: Chi Epsilon Mu Prize 1, S1gmo Pt Sigma .C,

Ric hard

E d ward

Reny

English Waterv i lle, Moine

5 years of Spa ltme Jomes Delta

.

.

little women

bridge and magazines 1 n Spa

Moon Music . . . "is1ting M r . Noel and Mr.

potential Symphony Sid replacement.

oppo Epiilon; Echo I, 2: Powder ond Wig I, 2, J , 4; Varsity Show 2 , J, Busineu

Manager A;

Ovting C l u b 1, 2; Debating C l u b 1, 2; Radio C l ub 1. 2; Cheerleader 1, 2; Radio Announcer, W.T . V . l . 3 , A .

1,

2:

Newmon

Club

k a r l A lfred R a u p Geology Petersham, Monachuieth Prehistoric cars • . . s k iing ond more skiing . • • d1sl1kes toll women . . • mechanic by necessity . • • "let's go down for o n e quick one" , • , yodeling skier . • . " K i l l er

of the londike." Lambda Chi Alpha; Outing C l u b 1, 2 , 3, ": Kotohd i n Council 4; Camero Club Ski Team

1, 2, J, .C.

1, 2 , 3, 4; Geology Club

1, 2, 3 , A;

Robert Vernon Reid History--Government-Economics C a r i bo u , Speedy

.

D1 i e lond ond Bobby Hackel

fabulous Dodgers "This new

system

.

promo t i ng the Echo

should elim inate

. . 52nd St

• •

.

Moine

Delegoltng authority . .

. the

New York with A l for the weekend . . .

majority of trod1t1onol

problems. '

Independent Council 4; Echo, Monoging Edilor 2, Ed1lor-in-Chiel 3, 4; l . R . C .

1: Blue Key 3, 4; Outing C l u b 1 . 2; Boseboll Monoger 1 , 2; Mayflower H i l l Fund Commillee.

• I c hard Pe l letier Raymond Amer ican

C1v1l izotion

C a r i bo u , Moine Movies, music ond 1thool teocher1

h i g h 1umper-he flools through the oir

ping pong •

Bond 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchulro 2; Track 1, 2, 3.

.

.

gobbing ond day d1eoming

future game warden.


May A. Rieker

English Cynwyd, Pennsylvania Who's a l ways going to the movies or talking or procrastinating general ly?-May! "Oh no! honestly?" . . . loves those A.T. O ' s . • . . that yellow convertible, and hil l-bi lly m usic but won 't wear a hat . . . gra'duate school and-? Delta Delta Delta , Recording Secretary 4; l . R.C. 3; Varsity Hockey 1 , 2, 3; Newmon Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Board, Class Representative 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Delta Phi Alpha 3, Secretary 4.

Maxine Rosenberg

Business Administration New Bedford, Massachusetts Mickey's seen in Mr. William's Business classes or off to a Bowdoin weekend or at a Broadway hit . . . asks far help with argyles "What's the password?" . . . Law School later. Dean ' s List 1, 3; Echo, Advertising Manager 3; 1 . F.A. 2; Outing Club 1 , 4; Archery Tournament Winner 2; H i l lel Group 1, 2, 3, 4 . •

.

.

H e len L. Ritsher

Geology Longmeadow, Massachusetts Geology, square dancing and Cornell are Rich ' s first laves . . . A diamond . . . a friendly smile . . . a cup of tea . . . dislikes those after-hour visitors ta Mary Low a nd G . E. alarm clocks , . . " I have a lob. " Chi Omega, Treasurer 3, President 4; Glee Club 1; Women ' s Student Government, Treasurer 3; l . R.C. 1, 2, 3; Cap and Gown; l . F.A. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Varsity Show 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Union House Committee 4; Geology Club 3, Vice-President 4

Robert Merle Roth

Busi ness Administration New York City, New Yark "Your story is by for the saddest" . . . a nother golf course hacker who hopes ta breok par the pin boy's nightmare • . . strikeout king of the wall ball league . . . ambition is ta avoid work. ORACLE Board 4; Basebal l 1; Golf 2, 3, 4 . •

.

I a n Leonard Robertson

English Short H i l ls, New Jersey Literature and arts . . . prefers people who aren 't afraid to think . . . dislikes chatter . . . " Discover things in many places" . . . a date now and then-a good long talk! . . , ambition ta be a poet. I ndependents Council, President 4; Navy; Echo 1, 4 ; l . R. C. 1; Li brary Associates 1, 2; Powder and Wig 4; Outing C l ub 1; Track l; Birgean Society.

Walter Earle R u ssell

Business Adm inistration Windsor, Connecticut Starts all weekends on Wednesdays • . . Colby's "Ozark I ke " . . . played hard to get with the ca-eds far fou r years . . . the easiest going guy i n Colby . . . "Yau wou ld be a l l right if you weren't such a mung" . . . a m bition is to parachute out of a plane with an u mbrel la. Zeta Psi; Army; Basketba ll 1, 2; Baseba l l 1, 2, 3, 4; Colby Son.

Maurice Francis Ronayne, Jr.

History Malden, Massachusetts Loves the coeds! . . . when he's on time for anything Marty Bruehl will lift his weights "Two more over here, please! " . . • pet mouse guards his unlocked room . . . . . . Journalism or work for a large city newspaper i n future. Kappa Delta Rho, Centurion 2; Dean's List 4; ORACLE 3, 4 ; Echo Association, Editor 1 , 2 , News Editor 3; Powder and Wig 1 , 2, 3, 4; Debating 1, 3, 4; Radio Club 1 , 2, 3; Football; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2 , 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Com m un ity Chest Representative 3.

P h i l i p Morton Savage

History-Government-Economics Fairfield, Maine The future John L. Lewis . . . has kept Kreuger's i n business for four years . . . has a fond bus rides. Stedman's and ls, l i h windy mornings, nter place i n h i s heart for Waterv i l le wi Army; l . R.C. 1, 3.


Fran c i s J o s e p h S i l v e r History-Government-Economics Bangor, lover of a l l varieties of women-except dumb ones (smart co-eds) .

.

the Moine woods . . . another Phi Delt party fonoltc . . . ambition

Moine

. Don Boone of is to

learn more

about people ond places . . . surprisingly serious.

Phi Oleta Theta, Officer 3, 4; Novy; Track 1; Newmon C l u b 1, 2, 3, 4 .

Ken neth Newton Sawyer Economics Srerl1ng, Massachusetts Weekend foraging o r various women"s Dunham shirt soles hide the olorm

. . skil sk1l ski!

colleges .

.

1 n the vicinity of

. only woy lo get

Holyoke,

up

in

Moss . morning

the

1s lo

clock . . . the great procrastinator.

A;

Delta Koppa Epsilon, Treasurer

Cobine! Member 4; Ski Team.

l . R.C

1, 2; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Protestant Federation,

Ro bert S l oane Philosophy New York City, New Yor

. "Tiger . . . . married l ife agrees with him .

Colby's Rocky Gro11ono (blown u p . )

Tau Delta Phi: Army; Foo boll 1; Vorsi y Show I .

Mari ly" Scott Bus ne s Adm1nistto 11on Terre Haute,

l nd1ono

Scottie s usually seen runnir1g from one comm1ttee meeting to the nut-always with the k n i t ing needles • • • without o m u l e l . • • St. Mary-of-the-Woods Advertising Manager 3:

cheery hello

lo

everyon-Scollie

wirhoul o

smile

1s

l i k e Colby

" O h , those lndrono men!" Transfer; l .R .C . 3,

A

Delta

Delta

Delta:

Glee

Club

3,

Secretory

A;

Echo,

Varsity Show •: Outing C l u b 3, .C; Newmon Club 3, A ,

Ruth Smart English Milo, Moine Sreuben,

enison

Sunday nights

parties, .

nol

.

ond •

the

Red

Sox

ore

to

her

1 1 ing,

"This looh like o meol soc "

.

.

but .

thot

late

train

on

"Any tromps i n herel'"

Sigma Koppa, Corresponding Secre ory 3, Ai Deon's list I , 2, 3; Glee Club 1 ; l . R . C .

1;

l . F.A . A ; Library Auoc1otes l , 2, 3 , • : Contemporary L i eroture 1 , 2 ; Clou N u m erals 2:

French C l u b l, 2: Germon C l u b 3; Delta Pi A l pha 4 ,

Theodore N. S h i ro Psychology-Sociology Waterville, Moine "Oh yea h ' '

.

.

only on wee ends during boslcetboll season . . . Deon ' s list i n Moine

summer school, Deon ' s orher list al Colby profs

.

Colby's Rolph Beard

Al pha Tau Omega;

Foorboll

drslr lces sophisticated co-eds ond biology

omb1 t1on is to coach basketba l l .

l , 2, 3, A; Basketbal l

I , '1 ; Baseball

1, 2, 3,

Boslrelboll 2, 3, N A. 1 . 8. Team, All A. T.O. Team.

A,

A l l - Stole

Debo rah S m ith Rel1g 1on West Bridge, Sphinx, Ogunquit, D . U . ' s ore all Debbre · s loves . .

a l so writes her letters there

.

Medfield, •

Monochusetts

weo" jeans to classes and

"Be o fourth for bridgel ' " . . . wonts lo christen her

beer m ug.

A lpha Delta P1; Outtng C l u b 1, 2; freshman Ploy 1 .

Arthur I r w i n S hu l k l " P1ychology Swompitott. Massachusetts Cheerleader . . . h 1 1 car-Mm Carriage, 1 1 1 brand nud l es for energy

.

.

toking o ff for weekends

"Got o terrific idea "

.

.

one-o·doy .

fal!J asleep on dance noon­

w h r l e others dance • • • find the right g i r l . L i b r a r y Associolei 2, 3; Powd r and W19 1 , '1, 3 , .C; VorJ1ty S h o w .c, O u t i n g C lub 1 , 'l, 3 , 4; S k i Counc i l 'l, 3, ...

1,

2, Treowrer 3; Yoclll

Club

l.

'l, 3;

Cheerleader 3, '4;

H i l lel,

Treasurer


R i c hard Lawrence S m i t h

Geology Mendenhall, Pennsylvania Hates constitution com mi ttees . . . getting up in the morn i ng . . ploys a "tremend jous" hormonico . . Spa l, 2, 3, 4 . . . president of on oil company if he con dodge the draft. Lambda Chi Alpha; l . R.C. l; Varsity Show 2, 3; Geology Club l, 2, 3, 4; Kotohdin Counci l 4.

Edward

Merceron Stuart, J r.

Business Adm inistration Wobon, Massachusetts "The Wedge " . . . Ted's comp . . . boomerang pins . lady killer . . . pointing Bowdoi n ' s Polar Bea r . . . lobs ot Bill ' s . . "How about a quick one?" . . . ' ' I ' ll be o sod son-of-a-gun i n the morn ing" . . to go into soles promotion end get even with campus cop. Delta Upsilon, Social Chairman 3; l . R.C. 3, 4; Outing Club l , 2, 3, 4; Basketba l l 1 .

Stanley Lawrence Sorrentino

Religion Providence, Rhode Island Mandrake the Magician . . wile and son . . jewelry magnate . . . one of Choppy ' s Roberts H o l l Boys . . . sock h o u n d . . . "There is nothing up my sleeves" . . hopes to be o success i n jewe l ry business. Alpha Tou Omega; W . K.A. 3; Baseba ll Manager l ; Roger Wil liams Fellowship l, 2, 3.

Arnold Hou ghton Sturtevant

Business Administration Livermore Falls, Moine Arnie . . . trumpet o lo Ho rry Jomes . . . trips to Oakland end vicinity . . . o pun a "Cheez, that was a good one boys" m i n ute . . . disl ikes breokfost . . . led by Ledo . . . to move Woll Street to Livermore Falls. Delta Upsilon; Deo n ' s List 1, 2, 3; Bond l, 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 3; Colby Son.

Robert Flagg Staples

Psychology-Sociology Whitman, Massachusetts Loretto . . . hockey end wal l boll . . . "the venerable Broda " pro-footbal l disl i kes women getting A's . . . a few wines . . wo uldn ' t m i nd to king t h e nets for the Bruins. Lambda Chi Alpha; Novy; Inter-Student Council 3; Baseball l ; Hockey l, 2, 3, 4.

A. A l an Sweetbaum

History New York City, New York soup . Tun food-Won nese Chi . . . Bechet end nd-Armstrong . . Dixiela Sweety talks with hands, with New York accent . . . disli kes be-bop end coeds . . . globetrotters . . . "I know a guy who-" . . . to earn a h undred per week. Tau Delta Phi; 1 . R.C. 2; l . F.A. l , 2; Hi llel l, 2, 3, 4.

A l bert Stone

Econom ics Haverhill, Mossochusetts Bridge player . . . li kes to argue . . . dislikes people in the morning . . . known to sop up 0 few . . . am bition-to be right for once . . . [why spoil a perfect record.) Deon's List l, 2, 3; Glee Club l; l . R .C. l , 2, 3, 4; Outing Club l, 2, 3, 4; Pi Gemme Mu.

J a mes Crand a l l Tabor

Religion Cheshire, Connecticut Moe . . . booth hopping i n the Spa . . . strong Man hattans . . . sleeps late . . . buyer of bum cars . . . disl i kes washing d ishes . . . ' ' I ' l l clue yuh" . . advocates marriage . . . to own a motel i n Florido. Lambda Chi A lpha; Army; Glee Club l ; Basketba l l 1 .


W i l liam Haven Tho m ps o n History Hartford, Connecticut disli kes classes before

Big B i l l . . . photogrophy-g1rls 1 n the dork room . . . flying .

. . . weekends at Im com p--w 1 t h or

ten . . . q uick ies . . . ' I t's better than studying" without . .

lo be flying officer.

Koppa Delta Rho; Bond Varsity

Show

4;

1, 3; I R C

Camero

Club

3,

1 , 3; l i brary Associates 3, 4; Outing Club 1 . 2 , 3; 4·

Debating

Club

3,

Rod10

Club

3,

4;

Football

1;

French C l u b 1 , 2 .

Loreto Tem pesta History Newton, Mossochusel's Lorry . .

Monopoly games I

morned life . . . spa g hetti .

01n I real money

I

. .

letters to Echo

So what i f I m cheati n g , 1 1

D o n I g e l exe1ted

for pro-boll . . . polenttol school teacher Delta Upsilon, V 1 c e-Pres1dent 4; I R C 1,

2,

3,

A; Football

l,

g o 1 n 1 n g weight

2,

3,

Newmon C l u b 4 ; Secretory of Freshman Closs; World Foderoltsts 3 , 4 .

4

Basketba l l

1;

Alfred Gay T h o m s o n Business •

The Big A' "

ofte111 oo n snore

.

wine, wome n and wee ends

.

Glee Club a t Bill ' s

Independent Council

.

.

. .

• •

Stan

Adm1n1strotion

Possioc New Jersey enton . . . disl< es everyone 1n the morning

conserving energy for big momeM

.

Yankees

to f:nd a better mattress.

Echo 4; 1 . R C . 1 , 4

Outtng Club 1, 3; Yacht Club I .

M ary Westo n T h o mas Religion Woter1rllle, Moine Amb1t10 Sigma

i s to run l i ly Dache out of business .

oppo; Glee Club I, 2, 3, A

Varsity Show 3, A.

Norene

T i b betts

Mothemohcs

I

Portland Always coflect1ng .

.

"Whoops! ' "

money for something o r correcting moth .

subtle sense of humor

.

the Anne

Moine

papers or o ff to the movies •

.

late to those B 00 classes.

Al pha Delta Pi, Treasurer A; Deon ' s list 1: Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4: Bond 1, 2, 3, A Camero Club 2; French C l u b l ; Colby Daughter .

Nan c y

I R C

I;

Webber Tho m pson Sociology-Psychology Winthrop, Moine

Nancy' s l i brary of cook boo h gives away her m a r ried status . . • Sociology classes in the spo with Ktng Birge • . . soiling and keeping house are her interests.

Sigma Koppa, President of pledges 1 ; Glee Club I, 2; l . R .C. I, 2, 3; Birgean Soc1ely 3, 4, Colby Wives C l ub 4; Outing C l u b I , 2; Yacht C l u b 1; Protedont Religious C l u b 1 , 2; French C l u b 1 .

G i i bert R o la n d Ti b o l t Germon Gil

.

Yankees •

.

.

Spring lectures on Big Ted W 1 t l 1oms .

Syl

.

.

"Teddy

Newton Ct'nter , Massachusetts . . the fabulous Red Sox • . . d i s l i k es

is the greatest ever"

.

to travel around

the

world

the thinker.

Air Force; German C l u b 2 3, 4;

Delta

Phi A lpha,

Secretory 3,

President

4,

Lloyd R i c h ard T h o m pson Phy''" New York City, New York Happi ly momed nts sleep

likes to discuss

o ri . t ure ot Lo Verd1eres

the "Good ale days" at Old C h a p l i n . . . l i k es • • • " Now, Nonce " • • • ro111ng youngsters ond

I orning to soil in boc� yard. Zero Psi; Outing Club 1, 2; Track 1 , 2; Cron Country 1, 2; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; Birgeon

Society 1, 21 Colby Son,


Charles W i lliam Tobin

Biology Whitmon, Mossochusetts Toby . . . "Sweet Rosy O' Grody" . . . legisloting . . . dislikes chonging Aot ti res . . . chorter member of "60 Min ute Club" . . . skiing . . . froternity doctor . . . "Come on you guys , keep u p with the group" . . . I rish politicion . Lombdo C h i Alpho, President 2 ; l n terstudent Counci l 2 ; Medicol Society 1 , 2; Greek Letter Society 3; Outing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sociol Commi ttee 3; Newmon Club l, Treosurer 2, 3, 4; l n ter- Froternity Council, President 2, 3.

Robert Vergobbi

Economics Wol loston, Mossochusetts Studies occasionally . . . Economics ond everydoy l ife . . . soft-spoken phi losopher. l . R .C.; French Cl ub; Outing Club.

Gay Winsor Tomlins

Germon Noonk, Connecticut Likes block hoir ond brown eyes, good books, good m usic, good friends, ond smoking Helen's cigarettes . . . "Whot o hunk of mosculine pulchritude!" New London Junior College Transfer; l . R.C. 3, 4; Library Associotes 3, 4; Powder ond Wig 4; Outing Club 4; Roger W i l liams Fellowship 3; Germon Club 3 , Secretory-Treasurer 4; Delto Phi Alpha, Treasurer 4.

R i c hard Allan Vose

Business Lawrence, Sleeping late . . . going home to the l ittle women . . . dislikes coeds getting slopey with the ski slope gong . . . "There was o guy in my Army; I ndependent Counc i l , Treasurer 3, President 4.

Admin istrotion Mossochusetts ond phonies . outfit who-"

Robert D unn Tompkins

Mothemotics Rockland, Mossochusetts Bridge, tennis . . going to Opera House on Sot u rdoy nights . . . " Hornyoke" . . . to retreat further from civil ization to the North woods . . . strong silent type . . . country girls are ideal. Army; Independent Council, Treasurer 3, President 4.

George Strafford Wales

Psychology-Sociology Auburndale, Massachusetts . . "One more thing-" . hall chow the in speeches nner i ofter-d . . . Georgeous George . . dislikes Goon serenades . . . makes l i ke o n ope . . . Teddy bears . . . Lourie . . . great athl ete . . . "Top of the morning" . . . gets his q uoto-stew . . . ambition to score a touchdown. Alpha Tau Omega, Secretory 3, 4; Footbal l l , 2, 3, 4; Boseboll 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 4.

Jacqueline P. Toulouse

Sociology Watervi lle, Moine A lady-in thought, word, and deed walnut furniture _ . . thu mbs down on Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secretory 2; Newmon Club 1, Secretory 2, 3; 1 . F.A.

. . . loves q uietude, ice cream , and si lver-grey studying o r gossiping . . . "I should soy!" l . R.C. l; l . F.A. 2, 3, Treasu rer 4; Outing C l ub l ; Representative 4; Red Cross Shelter Chai rmen 2, 3. E l s H . Warendorf

Business Administration Scarsdale, New York time, bull session s and good a An expert a t cutting unan nounced quizzes . . . Els loves Sundays . . . "Yo u ' re loomy g and "party-poopers" to abjects . j i m m ies on bread . . kidding!" . . Sigma Koppa; Outing Club 1 , 2; Contemporary Li terature Club 2; Spanish Club 1 , 2; 4. French Club 1, Vice-President 2, 3; W.A.A., N umerals; Volleybal l Closs Teom 3; G.0.0.N.


W i l ford Danie l W h i te l e y , J r. Psychology Tyngsboro, Mossochusetts " A l l-Moine" . . . co-coptoin . . . Tom & Jerry corfoons . . . sock tome . . . disli kes

cleonong his oportmenl . .

Liz

.

hunting for his notebook . . . " Whot o H . A . you

.

.

.

turned out to be ' . . . would l i k e to hove football offered as o mojor. Phi Delio Theto, Officer 2, 4 ; Footboll 1, 2, 3 , Co-Coproin 4 .

Geor9e David Wasserber9er Economics Scorsdo le, New York The Boron ' . . . the lost of the big spenders ond

Hoines

into

dotes

meets

Soc1ol

.

wone, women, and Wohb . . . sneoks

.

pro-footboll

for

soved

being

2,

1,

Footboll

1,

ORAC L E

Chairman 4

Rush

3,

Chairman

he ·s

.

foke ever . "

biggest

Undoubtedly, o t wos the Delto Upsilon,

inside

3,

4.

C h a rles H u 9 h W h i te law, Jr. Adm 1 n 1 slrohon

Busineu

Mochigon

B i r m i ngham, in the sand trops

l 1 es his golf ood women Trophy

.

ohernoon at Bi l l ' s

doing his port towards the

Sprague

future head of the P G . A . l

.

.

1 , 2, 3 , 4 ; Tennis T e a m 1 ;

D e l t a Upsilon, Recording Secretory 4 ; l . R . C . 3 ; O u t i n g C l u b Golf 2 , 3 , Capta i n A .

E d ward Crow ley Weaver Ps 1clio 1ogy-Ph1losophy Au usto, Moine Radio, photography-good pope sti l l be s;ercolotong

omorrow"

' Par D1osl ' '

• •

.

.

The world w i l l

comping

1f cosh os measured by coldness-freeze m ine solid,

Del o Koppa Epsilon; Novy; Colby Son.

E d ward Dod 9 e W h it n e y Wes Cromer rolled i nto one

A Gene Krupa ond Joe

mood music in class

molodjusted

.

'

.

Business

Adm1n1slrotion

Newton,

Mossochuselts

" Fron " .

Hi guys"

.

1; Tracie

really don ' t see your

I

point" . . . to be first to groduote ond get o rob. Dance Bond 1 2, 3, '4; ORACLE A; l . R . C. 1, 2 Outoog Club

. d1sl1 kes being c a l l ed

2, 3, 4; Cross Country

1,

I; Tennis 2, 3 , Captain 4.

Sherw i n Samuel W e l son Economics Hartford, Connecticut "No nee -no eye l "

.

the Tau Delta House

.

.

when was 11-when Sonny scored o basket�

,

poker ot

.

i s Hartford in ConnecticuH

Tau Delta Phi; Bosketboll I , 2, 3 , 4; Hi l l e l 1, 2, 3 , A.

Harry

Ralph

W i le y

Psychology Likes

ony word 011er fourteen letlers

is to be o Lombdo Chi

Trudy

golf pro, ond to marry Trudy Alpho, President 4; l . R . C . 1 , 3;

.

.

Club

Ouling

Norway, in"

' 'sock 1 n ' 1,

Moine ambition

Boseboll

3;

Golf

1:

3, 4; lnterfroternity Athletic Counci l 2, 3, 4 ,

Robert W h ite Pre-Medico( Mossochusetts Newto n , Weekends on Moss A11e .

thol new conve r t i b l e

.

. d i s l i k es overtolkohve

people

• • . good music ot odd hours • • • "These clothes ore conservot111e, it j ust depends where you wear them" • . • to complete P.T. requirement . • . cord shork.

Zeto Psi; Medical Society 3 4;

Outing Club

lr

Football

1;

Hockey

11

Chi

Epsilon

Mu.


Robert Edwards W i l k i n s , Jr.

English Farmington, Connecticut Theatre, theatre . . . dork grey flannels . . . m usicals . . . reads every magazine but never buys one . . . prostrate in the sun . . . "Did you ever see Lano Turner in a low neck" . . . actor . . . " Dooohling . . . Glee Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Powder and Wig 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ; Varsity Show 2 , 3 , 4; Contemporary Literature 4; Colby Eight 2, 3, 4; Colby Son.

Richard Putnam Yeager

Psychology Scarsdale, New York The ¡ ' Gori ' ' . he could be called a Fred Astaire " 'Teo for Two" . . . all night o i l frantic parties . . . a suit-a port! . . . not getting his 3.2 . . . "What would you do if? . . . " Dear Gorf" letters. Alpha Tau Omega, Officer 3, 4; ORACLE 4; l . F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1 .

Nan c y H . W i l l iams

Biology Falmouth, Massachusetts An Annex girl who loves Pigalle and gay Paris, handsome men, chickens and 4 o'clock coffee . . . movies ore her weakness . . . "That's oil a matter of opinion" . . . Hopes to go to Europe agai n . A l p h a Delta Pi, President 4; Ponhel lenic Representative 3, 4; Greek Letter 3; Outing Club 1, 2, 4; W.A.A. Boord 3; Hockey Closs Team 3; Canterbury Club 1, Secretory 2, Secretory-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Biology Col loquium 3, 4.

Joanne Yeaton

Engl ish Anson , Moine An Annex g i rl . . . famous for her laugh . . . trying to sing . . . "Ah-heh ! " . . . a passion for Cranny and Danielson, Conn . . . . a late sleeper . . . ambition-lawyer's assistant . . . Floggstoff, Moine. Alpha Delta Pi, H istorian-Registrar 3; Library Associates 2, 3, 4; Contemporary Literature 2; Camero Club 2; French Club 2; Red Cross Com mittee 3.

Louis Adelard Woisard, Jr.

H istory Danielson, Connecticut That fabulous felt fedora . . . all state of Moine intram ural chomp . . . regular Roderick's Lunch goer . . . "Might go tip a few" . . . eminent historian. New London Junior Col lege Transfer; Navy; Phi Delta Theta; l . R.C. 3; Newmon Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

D o n n G i ff o r d Wolfe

Bio logy Fai rfie ld, Moine " ' G reat men are mode" . . . dislikes arguments and M usic and outdoor activity controversies . . . hopes for the best of whatever. Bond 1 .


P h i l i p Carleton Arey Biology Gordner, Mossochuselts

Anne Cour+ lither Medical Techn1c1on Houlton, Moine

Rober+ Bradford Daggett Religion Waterville, Moine

R i c hard A lan Grant Philosophy Springfield, Mouochusetll

S h irley Ruth

Kydd

M e d i c a l Techn1c on Lowel l , Mouochuse ts

A l ma Ward

M c GowH

Sociology A r l i ngton, Mouochuselts

Pri sci l la Dolores Pomerleau Medical T echn1c1on Augusto,

Moine

Ethel

H askell

Qui n c y

Medical T echnicion Augusto ,

Moine

James W l l l la m Reynolds Biology Eosl Wi lton , Moine


T h e g r i m m e st view eve r was u n ­ cove red w h e n the tra i n p u l l ed out of the station and a l­ l owed us a good look a t what a p l a ca rd-sized sign meekly a n nounced was Col by Col lege. Pe rhaps we had seen too many movies depicti n g college ca m pu ses a s richly vegetated a reas c rawl i n g with beautiful coeds a n d s m uscu l a r men, for what stood before us was not that scene a t a l l. I nstea d, there we re what seemed l ike ten a n cient ma usoleums and most of us dou bted if even the deceased wou l d be so compl etel y dead a s to a l low themselves to be entombed i n them . Ma ny h a d t h e u rg e t o t u r n a n d r u n , b u t we sta rted out with o u r forces i ntact to become neo­ phytes in a world of lordly uppe rclassmen. The g i r l s took a l a st d isda i nfu l look at the c h i l d ren who wou l d be dating them and depa rted for Foss, D u n n , D utton, Pa l m e r, a n d Mowe r Houses, whi le t h e m e n w e n t off i ntent on b a i t i n g the i r l i nes fo r t h e " o l der" coeds. O u rs was the la rgest class ever to ente r Co l by Co l lege. We had 1 70 women a n d 1 55 men. I n fact, there were s o m a ny o f us that twenty-five men h a d to l ive off campus i n p rivate homes. The tre­ mendous tide of retu r n i n g vetera n s wa s beg i n n i n g t o su bside a n d o u r c l a ss fou n d itse lf with l ess tha n ha lf o f its m a l e a n d two o f t h e fema l e membe rs i n t h a t catego ry. We n u m be red e n o u g h t o sta n d off a n y a ttem pts at agg ression by the uppe rclassmen, so we g ot on with the explorato ry phase of ou r i ndoctrination . It sta rted with a ta n g l e of a ptitude tests, l ectu res, a n d welcoming speeches, one of which by itse lf

was enough to d rive one to d r i n k, so we took off for a look at the su r roun d i ng world, i ntent on seek­ ing that goa l to which we had been d riven: the loca l pubs and a mug of n ut-b rown b rew. We we ren't d isa ppoi nted, for Wate rv i l l e was a ve rita ble horn of a lcoholic plenty. Gad, what a yea r this prom i sed to be! But then the a xe fel l - a n d { t h e u pperclass­ men were wie l d i ng it. F resh m a n ru les were on a n d t h e heads be­ gan to rol l . T h e b i g g est thorn i n o u r te n d e r f l e s h was J e r ry F r a n k, a n d s h o rt l y a f t e r the black spot wa s handed h i m, he fou n d h imself a bout twenty-five m i l es from Wate rv i l le, cou rtesy of six of our more spi rited members. There he stayed u nti l Sunday morn i ng when he was d riven to China La ke and late r rel ea sed sa n s trousers o r money. All this time he subsisted on a scrumptious diet of beer a n d ma rma lade sandwiches. B u t t h i s was o n l y the be­ g i n n ing of what was to develop i nto a fu l l sca le wa r between the two factions, fo r a week later a mob of a bout a h u n d red freshmen, mostly vete ra n s w h o objected t o b e i n g forced t o wea r a t i e a n d bea n ie, ma rched t o Roberts H a l l bent on mayhem. The Sophs we re q u ic k to a rm themse lves with a sso rted c l u bs and facu lty members, however, a n d w h a t w a s t o be a battle tu rned i nto a mass meeting at which it was decided that the vetera n s were exempt. O u r first u n i fied blow for freedom was n ot struck but p resent and ach ieved the sa me end. Col by Weekend was canceled beca use of forest fi res in Ma ine. It seemed l i ke a repetition of the

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I


wa r days, with the boys emba rking on b u sses to fight fires in va rious pa rts of the state a n d the g i r l s left watc h i n g a n d wondering w h o wou l d b e left to take them out w h i l e most of the men were off to "the front. " Most of us come b o c k from the tussle l oa ded down with ciga rettes which the Red Cross suppl ied in a b u n da nce a n d some come back loaded down with exa m s to be m o de u p . The fo rtunes of fire ! A few of the boys hod enough energy left to g o down to Bowdo i n and do a l itt l e face l ifti n g on t h e Po la r Bea r . . . they we re c a u g h t a n d the sc hool b i l led to the tune of $ 1 1 00. We shou l d have b rought them a new Pola r Bea r . . . it wou l d hove been cheaper. We were very proud of them, a n d t h e u ppe rclassmen beg a n t o have a l ittl e more re­ ga rd for the " u n d e r l i n g s . " This sa me c l a ss spirit was one o f t h e fa cto rs which contri buted to our g reat fresh ma n footba l l tea m ' s coming t h rou g h with a n u n defea ted sea son . This wa s the tea m which boasted such j ug g e r­ na uts as Bob Gabriel, Gene Bi l l i ng s, Bi l l B rown, Dave Roa n , and " Te r r i b l e Teddy" Pa rker, who is the only l i neman to score a touchdown h e re i n m a n y, m a n y moons. Our basketba l l tea m won 1 2 out of 1 3, losing

motes, but most of u s were too rel ieved a t being able to retu rn to c l a sses to mourn too long fo r the depa rted. Second semeste r was fa r l ess confusing i n that we were l ea rn i n g some of the a n g les, cu rricu l a r a n d e xt ra-cu r ricu l a r. W e l ea rned the mea n i n g of " g u t cou rse," " b u l l s, " a n d the sign ifica n ce of the water towe r as pa rt of the Mayflower H i l l tra d ition . N oe l ' s wa s the favo rite i n door rec rea tiona l fa c i l i ty. Du ring secon d semester the frosh p roduced " H eaven Ca n Wa it" i n o rde r to raise funds to pay fo r the bea uty t reatment the boys gave the Bowdo i n Po l a r Bea r. It was the first time a fresh ma n c l a ss h a d eve r a ttem pted such a p roduction, a n d it wa s a tremendous job. Winter Ca rn iva l with its snow sc u l ptu res, fo rma l da nce, a n d the e l ection of the ca rniva l q ueen dazz l ed us, for most of us hod hea rd of, but n ever seen such o n extrava g a n z a . Ah, a t l a st here was some of that goyety we expected to fin d i n c o l l ege l ife! Betty Coo m bs wa s Queen that yea r. Senator Taft spoke to the Co lby fa m i ly and attracted q u ite a bit of a ttention. The Democra ts thought l itt l e of h i s speech a n d the Repu b l i ca n s were i n d i ffe rent. I n fa ct, t h e o n l y o n e w h o showed any favora b l e emotion wa s Senato r B rewste r, who played host w h i le Taft wa s in Maine.

only to the Ma i n e JV's. At these g a mes we g ot o u r fi rst look at some of the finest hoop a rt i sts Co l by has eve r h a d : Teddy S h i ro, Wa rren F i nega n , Son n y We l son, a n d l i tt l e J i mmy Lazou r. The hockey tea m won ten out of e l even a n d the tru c k sq u a d lost only one meet. Ath letica l l y we hod the much n eeded powe r and depth that the wo r­ rovaged va rsity sq uads needed so badly. By the t i me Mi d-yea rs ro l l ed a ro u n d we were "old sa lts" a t this co l l ege stu ff . . . why not, we we re pra ctica l ly u pperclassme n . We took our ex­ a m s; some with despa i r, some passive ly, a nd some with c lothes packed a n d reservations on the Mo i n e Centra l Trol ley. W e did lose a cou ple of o u r c l a ss-

This certa i n ly wa s a big yea r . U p to t h i s poi nt, w e thoug ht w e h a d seen eve ry­ th i n g , but . . . Sadie H o w k i n s Day ro l led a ro u n d a n d t h e g i r l s fou n d , t o the dist ress of the shy ones and the e xtreme joy of the rest of the fema l e po rtion o f o u r Co l by Society, that the ta b l es h a d turned.

T h e sq uaws h a d t o do the d ra g g i ng to


this l ittle " s h i n d i g . " It tu rned out to be a pretty good dea l . Some of the boys l i ked it fi ne a n d some thoug h t i t was very si l l y, so the latte r went to the movies.

May s l i d in and with it A rbor Day. The l oose stones in the va rious c raters we re neatly stacked, t rees pla nted, g rounds cleaned up, and h u n d reds of sa ndwiches consumed by the h u n g ry horde. Then, to the d ismay of most of us, Spring F l i n g was a t the d o o r . Although the event itself was most wel come it meant that fi n a l s were wa iti n g i m pati ent­ ly to pummel o u r tender g rey matte r with a m u ltitude of mea n i ng l ess q u estions. Wel l . . . j ust a s we knew, it was i n evita b le: the g loomy sha dow ra pidly e n g u lfed u s, kayoed a few, a n d left many i n a q ua si-idiot cond ition . J une, home, work, a n d the end of o u r fi rst yea r at a rea l l ive col lege. A good yea r.

We were Sophomores n ow and did our best to i mp ress everybody with the fact . . . the u pper­ classmen with our newly acq u i red wor l d l i n ess a n d t h e fresh men with a n i ron-fisted r u l e . T h e u pperclass-

men pointed ly i g nored us a n d the freshmen were d isda i nful a n d s l i g htly rebe l l ious, but we were whee ls so we went on l iving in our l ittle worl d . T h e n with t h e end o f F resh man ru les, w e settled down a n d decided to become j ust a pa rt of the . student body. Most of us we re now l iving on Mayflower H i l l . This was more l i ke the co l l eg e campus w e ha d a l l imagi ned when w e set out for the h a l lowed ha l ls of Col by, a n d in this new atmosphere of g reen g ra ss, wh ite col um ns, and echo-chambe r- l i ke ha l l­ ways we tried to develop a yea rn i n ' for lea rn i n ' . Everything was tu rn ing o u t as pla n ned a n d o u r ma rks were j u st what Pa pa expected. W e fig u red that we wou l d n ' t have to rush home to i nte rcept these ma rks come Feb rua ry; then the big weekends, ga mes, and pa rties rea red the i r lovely heads. Pa rents' Weekend was i ntroduced that yea r a n d f o r at l east o n e weekend there we ren't any ca rs d r iven over the q u a d ra ng l e or serena des for the women's dorms. We we re a l l perfect ladies a n d gentlemen. Most o f us we re g la d t o see o u r fo lks u p for the weekend, for a lthough we had been to col leg e for a yea r some of us sti l l r 11issed home a n d some d i d n ' t have t o bother writing home for money . . . at l east not that weeken d . Ybloc m a d e h i s a ppea ra nce j ust p r i o r t o Co l by Weekend, a n d was form a l l y i ntroduced to the student body at the footba l l game that Satu rday. He came on the fie l d with a l l the pomp accorded a king: then came his escort, fo l l owed by a trou pe of twe lve horses a n d thei r riders . . . the whole p rocession was attended by two freshmen a rmed with dustpa ns and buckets, for " U ncle Mike" asked that the track be kept clea r of extra neous matter. We lost to Bowdoi n . We sighed. But the week­ end was a success. The stacks we re opened to the stu­ dents, and the suc­ cess of this move wa s distinctly ma rked by the many students who made use of them in thei r va rious pu rsu its, academic and othe rwise. Repu bl ica n Ma i ne was shocked by the re-e lection of Presi­ dent Trum a n . Gloom ! A few h uzzas ! T h e footba l l tea m


won one, l ost s i x, a n d tied one. Bob Ga b r i e l made A l l -Ma i ne. The c l a ss of '51 had twenty men on the sq u a d .

(Lucky to Be Me the prece d i n g yea r) such perfect productions. Our bo seba l l e rs had a fa i r ly g ood season batting s l i g ht l y l ess than . 500. They won seven a n d l ost eig h t, ending in secon d p lace in the State Series race. F ra n k Gavel and Jim Keefe did some ve ry i m p ressive twi r l i n g . We had our Spring F l i n g , n u rsed F ratern ity Wee kend h a ngovers and dragged ou rselves to fina l exa m i nations. The bodies were shi pp­ ed home and we spent the summer t ry i n g to unjongle our ove r­ j a n g led n e rves. September . . . some of u s retu rned a n n oyed a t having our long rest i nte rrupted, some g l a d to be back and some resigned to n i n e more months of strug g l i ng throug h the ba rrage of hou r exams, q u i zzes, a n d fi n a l s . Of cou rse, the socia l

W i t h secon d semeste r came Winte r Ca rn iva l a n d w i t h i t Cha rl i e Barnet' s O rchest ra , Ca rniva l Queen "Taffy · Thackera y, and the rest of the pagea ntry tradition a l l y a ttac hed to Winte r Ca r n i va l . A mag entitled Sitzmork come out hot weekend. It wos a l most i m med iate ly censu red by most of the a d­ m i n i stration o n d some of the students. We we re told that we cou l d hove no more " h u mor" mogozi nes. The basketba l l season e n ded and the ca m pus was heady with the wine of victo ry, for o u r hoop­ ste rs g a rnered the Mo i n e State Series Title. Finegan o n e! S h i ro shone i n the c l i n c h i n g game with Ba tes. We were going to see a l ot of basketba l l from those two. On Februa ry 1 1 we l ost Docto r H a rdy. Most of us h a d n ' t k n own him very long but we l ea rned to l ove and respect him a s a very ca pa b l e physicia n a n d one of o u r best friends. Few wi l l eve r forget the fa c u l ty show which wo s put on for the Ca mpus Chest D rive. It wa s a g ood cha n ce for them to show the students that they weren't a s o b l ivious to the goings on i n c l a ss rooms as we wished they were. They put on a pretty sh rewd i m i ta tion of the l ittl e fa u x pas we have been g u i lty of. It h u rt, but in a funny way. The Va rsity S how wa s tremendous. Kenny Jacob­ son and Gera l d Sto l l left us ba b b l i n g with Tones of Amazement at the i r a b i l i ty to d ream up two

l ife gave us someth i n g to l ive for, so we ca me back. Things had changed a l i tt l e si nce we hod pa ssed i n our last b l ue boo k . Some frate rnity p i n s hod been re p l aced by d i a mo n ds a n d wedd i n g bonds a n d some of them hod been retu rned to the frate rna l c i rc l e . There were more cars on ca m pus a n d a few more b u i l d i n g s hod c ropped u p . The F i e l d H ou se w a s n o w i n fu l l use a n d t h e Keyes B u i l d i n g wa s nea r i n g comp leti o n . Some of the c ra te rs hod been fi l led i n . None o f the i m porta nt t h i n g s h a d cha nged, how­ eve r, a n d we spent our ftrst n i g ht back a t the l oca l n i g ht spots. B rotherhood reigned s u p reme u n t i l t h e twe l ve o'clock shutoff. H o u r exa ms sta rted and many of u s a n x iously watched the sch o la stic sn owstorm deposit its mounds of u n l ea rned lessons a ro u n d a n d ove r us. It wa s a l most u n bea ra b le u n t i l Pa rents' Wee kend a n d Co l by Weekend b rought t h e respite w e h a d , o r t h o u g h t we had, e a r n e d .

T h i s semeste r a p pea red

to be the roug hest one we hod hod to go thro u g h . . . a sc holastic sta n d i ng wa s being esta b l ished a n d we fe l t the stra i n , resulting in s l i g h t l y m o re than the i n evita b le few fa i l i n g to renew the i r l ea ses secon d semeste r. The g r i d ; ron g l a d ia tors were tops this yea r. This was a tea m such a s we hadn't seen i n a long time. They tied Bowdoi n , eked out a ha rd-fought 1 3- 1 2 victory ove r Moi ne, a n d smea red Bates, 33-2 1 , i n


a g a m e that took the wind out of us. We sha red the c h a m pionsh i p with Bowdoi n . Such a season . . . The Va rsity Show played at the O pe ra House, Dece m b e r 7. Ken ny Jacobson , with two p revious successes u n d e r his belt, came across with the music and lyrics to Bottoms Up. Bob Rosentha l and Roy Tibbetts w rote the book a n d di rected. The cast boasted such ' 5 1 - ites as Dick Kuehndorf, " Bu m p " Bea n , a n d B o b W i l k i n s i n l e a d ro l es. T h i s show p la yed i n Boston a n d sold records l i ke the p ro足 ve rbia l hot ca kes.

The ski a rea came i nto its own , for this was the yea r that the ski tow ren d e red its first i nfa nti l e sq uea ks. The obstetricians on t h e c a s e were, a mong others, J oh n ny H a rriman, Ka rl Ra up, Don Wh ite, Geof Lyford, Pete Coney, Ma rk Morda ca i , Dick Streich, a n d A rt S h u l k i n . The lodge was i n its e m b ryon ic stag e a n d developing fast. P rofesso r Herbert L. Newm a n d ied J a n ua ry 1 8. " Pop" was one of the finest men eve r to set foot on Col by soi l a n d for that matte r a nywhe re on ea rth . H i s g race a n d k i n dness made those a round h i m fee l t h a t the w o r l d after a l l w a s a pretty n ice p lace to l ive in. We' l l never fo rget " Pop." We a l l knew h i m , we loved h i m , and we m iss h i m . Some o f o u r cou rses were changed, w e d ropped a few, a n d fl u n ked a cou pl e . Two and a ha lf yea rs were torn out of o u r col lege ca lenda rs. Wi nte r Ca rn iva l time. Pris Day ruled ove r the weekend a s Carn iva l Queen, and Phil Lawson was k i n g . At last the men were getti n g i nto the l i me足 l i g ht. The D . U . ' s won the snow scu l ptu re contest with a h u g e repl ica of a ski boot, a n d the rum足 r u n n e rs race b rought the throngs down to the pond whe re they saw a h a n dful of frat men try to footi p u late snow shoe a n d i ce-skate, both at the

same time. We saw our first Col by ski- j umping at the new a rea . That wa s a doozy of a weekend . . . as a matte r of fact it was rather a strong end i n that w e s a w a n d we re ta ken a pa rt i n some o f the best a n d biggest frate rn ity pa rties eve r. What a Ba l l ! The Ca mpus Chest d rive gave the men more top b i l l ing as they vied for the honor of bein'g elected Mr. Ca mpus Chest. Ted Pa rker emerged with the title . . . n o pol itics there. The La m bda Ch i ' s put on a musica l ca l led St. Looie Woman. It was written and produced by Russ Brown a n d H u g h Bu rgess, a n d was the first show of its kind eve r to be p resented by a frate rnity on this campus. Most of the people there enjoyed it except fo r a few of us who had to ta ke pa rt. O u r J u n io r yea r ended, with the memories of

Spring F l i n g , F rate rn ity Weekends, a nd g rassing season not yet beg i n n i ng to fade. J ust th i n k, only one more yea r to go! Mixed fee l i ngs of elation, sa dness, a n d i n diffe rence. When we retu rned to ta ke on our last yea r of h u rryi ng from class to class, from U n ion to Li be, and i nto the Spa, we had a l ittl e more to wor ry a bout tha n passing cou rses - as if that wasn't enou g h . Commun足 ism was now a n underli ned word in our menta l notes and the people to whom it refe rred had k i n d led a sma l l fi re i n a place most of us hadn't hea rd of more tha n twice in o u r l ives. T h a t fi re was beg i n n ing to . spread a n d more were " fi remen " needed to put it out. The g reeti ng of the yea r was,


' H ea rd from yo u r d ra ft boa rd?" Ko rea wa s on eve ryone ' s l i ps a n d every time a long white enve l o pe a r rived fo r some g uy, it too k a l l the n e rve he cou l d m u ste r j u st t o ope n it. T h i n g s weren ' t l o o k i n g up, but i n a l i tt l e whi l e the sca re beg a n to d i e out a n d we got b a c k i nto the swi ng of things a g a i n . Pa rents a n d Co lby Wee kend we ren ' t, proba b ly, a n y m o re exciting than i n previous yea rs but to us who we re a bout to e m ba rk, they seemed to be j ust a l itt le bette r than any others . . . they were our l a st ones, and we m a de them count. As soon a s we had recovered from those fiestas, p l a n s were being made fo r the rea l big b l owout . . . Winter Ca rniva l . So, we waited pa tiently fo r the days, hou r exa ms, a nd fina l s to d ra g by. Then Februa ry was u pon us a n d with it everyth i n g n ecessa r y fo r a successfu l Ca rn iva l . The snow wa s a m ple, the pond f roze n , and Ted H e rbe rt booked for the da nce. But mother natu re let the wind, o r rathe r sn ow, out of our sa i ls. A week before we were to beg i n on a weekend of mass merr i ment, the rains ca me a n d w i t h t h e m u n usua l ly wa rm weat he r . Co me Friday the re wasn't enoug h snow to slosh you r l i ttle toe a ro u n d i n . It seemed as thou g h that in i tse lf wa s enoug h to put the k i bosh on eve ryth i n g . It tu rned out to be one of, if not the fi nest Winte r Ca rn iva l eve r, despite the l a c k of snow. Betty Wi n k l e r wa s c rowned Queen by Cha pla i n Osborne a n d the basketba l le rs added to an a l ready supe r l a tive weekend by she l la c k i n g M. I . T. S u n da y was a day of rest. We saw one of the g reatest tea ms in the country ta ke the State Series Bas ketba l l Cha m ­ pionsh i p . Teddy S h i ro broke more reco rds than we thou g h t exist­ ed. He was tops a s i n dividua l scorer fo r the yea r, exceed i n g Tubby Wash b u rn ' s reco rd of 400, and hoop i n g ove r a thou sa n d poi n ts for fo r yea rs. Ted La l l ie r sco red 33 poi nts i n o n e g a me, t h e game with Mai ne, which c l i n c hed

the title for us and which the Mu les won by a ta l ly of 1 0 1 to 63; a n other record, not o n l y for Co l by but fo r 1 he state a s the most poi nts scored d u r ing one g a m e . The boys cou l d n ' t m i ss that n ig ht. And, so we went on to fi n ish u p the yea r . . . F i n a l s were now the true te r m i n u s of o u r col lege ca ree rs, and the c l a ss of '51 wa s pushed out i nto an i n secu re wo r l d . Some of us w i l l ta ke to the pavements i n sea rch of that hope-paved roa d to wea lth, o r a t least a sec u re job, some wi l l sta rt in positions p reviously a cq u i red, and so me w i l l m a ke a bo rtive effo rts to a p pease o u r respective d ra ft boa rds. But no matter which doo r fate sees flt to push us th rough, the on ly th ing we wi l l be ce rta i n o f is t h e u n fo rg etta ble, prec ious fou r yea rs w e s pent as mem bers of the Co l by Fa m i ly. We' l l think back a n d remem ber this P rof for h i s seve rity, that one for being a buddy, and a n other fo r the help he was rea dy to a d m i n i ster to the fa lter i n g student, but whether we l i ked them o r not, they a re a pa rt of our Co l b y memories and we won ' t forget the i m ­ p ressi ons t h e y made on u s . We' l l t h i n k back a n d t r y t o p u s h the a n x i ety of exa ms i nto t h e fa r recesses of our subconsc ious minds. We ' l l remember the big weekends a n d those which were se lf-in itiated; they were fi n e . . . i n dividua l ly some bette r than oth e rs but as time pa sses, we won ' t c l a ssify them . . . they were fi ne, a l l of them.

And now that we have left the Cha pe l , we be­ q ueath to the p resent u n derg raduates and futu re c l a sses the few ideas a n d precedents we have es­ ta b l ished, but we take with us neve r e n d i n g memories a n d sto ri es, especia l l y the o n e s t h a t a l ways sta rt w i t h " Remember w h e n . . . ? " Stories of the g ood yea rs, our Co l by yea rs. F I N IS


Fraternities


1 95 1 Richard B . Be51l James P. Doherty Warren J. Finegan Charles M. Fisher Norval E. Garnett

1 952

W. H. Heubisch, Jr.

John A. Briggs

Donald McG. Jacobs

Donald P. Keay

Donald Maheu

David E. Lynn, Jr.

John R. C. Moodey

John F. McCoy

Lee R. Prescott

John D. Powell

Richard E. Reny

George F. Terry, III

Kenneth N. Sawyer

Moir Rennie

Theodore Weaver

Richard B. Tupper John W. Waalewyn George W. Whitney Frederick Ziegler

Delta Kappa Epsilon

1 953 Craig Bell John Faulkner Robert Gordon David Harvey Ross Holt Warren Johnson Richard Lundin Bruce McRoy George Murphy Kenneth Reichert Frank Totman Seth Whitney

First Row, left to right: W. Finegan, N . Garnett, R. Beal, C. Fisher, L. Prescott, Mrs. McCallum, K. Sawyer, D. Jacobs, J. Moodey, D. Maheu. Second Row . left to right: R. Holt, Johnson, F. Ziegler, B. McRoy, K. Reichert, G. Murphy, C. Bell, R. Gordon. Third Row, left to right: R. Tupper, D. HarJ.eyB rfgg�hir1�Y ·R!���.Co6'. Lynn. fourth Row, left to t n g f. f'��1?�e;;1J� wci�1�.,;,:;. r: Lundin, F. Totman.


"C heer, w h a t a b u n c h of c h a racters !" . . . we proudl y dis p l a y o u r heraldry! '50- ' 5 1 was fhe s a m e as t h e r e s f of t h e years: greaf ! 3 rd o u t of e i g ht on campus a n d we h a ve o u r fifty or s o warnings p i n n e d fo t h e "Greaf Delhi"!

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The "Delce Va rieties of 1 9 50"

i n c l u de d a s oft- s h oe trio l officiated b y 'One for the R. oad' B e n n ie B a ld J , a s trictly fro m b o redom Dixie Five l a washt ub bass yet J , a furniture dancer, a n d "I love M y Girl, Yes I Do, Yes I D o " bathroom q u a rtet! h o u se s tudied this year: s tor m w a rn ings on f lt e coasf h a d h is h a re m !

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the

"Goose"

" M o ose" g o t m a rried and s till has enough cash for fo u r

q u a rts of b e e r before bed!

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vis iting a l u m n i fo ol< over t h e J a mes a n d p l a y ro o m :

dirty h a lf- h o u rs a n d " Well, I m e a n , t h i s is A B S O L U T E L Y ridic u l o u s ! " dance in the house: s u bterfu ge a n d other minor fia s c o s ! place this year-N oel's !

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Fall

D el<es frequented a new

s ide frips to Jerry's fo r h o t dogs a f midnight!

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lee-lee h a d h is R u m mel's a n d decided fo e a t a t R oberts Un ion second semester •

blue Ford a c ross the lake

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" Heels" framed his

" Fergi" blew l o u d a n d c on ti n u o u s l y •

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paja m as

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Kenton

and

" H o , n o , M a n , I ' d lose m y week's pay!"

fratern ity tea m s w ere g o o d a n d well c ap tained l Vic J a n o w icr Ziegler faded b a c k

thirty a n d thre w twenty! I hats!

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Q u e b e c b r o u g h t b a c lc t h e s a m e bald head a n d a few top

C on c lu s io n : " M a n , only a weelc more 'til vac atio n ! "


1 95 1 Robert Archibald Robert L. Brigham John P. Crawford Daniel M. Hall Jere Hughes

1 952

Richard Johnson

John T. Carey

Edwin J. Laverty

John H. Deuble

Donald Livingstone

Frederick Garon

Richard Nemrow

Edwin M. Guild

Herbert Panzenhagen

William Hennig

Raymond E. Reich

Phillip Hunt

Walter Russell

Alfred G. Legge

Lloyd R. Thompson

Joseph Lovegren

Robert White

Zeta Psi

1 953 Frederick Barnes

Robert Morton

Henry R. Bourgon

Peter G. Pierce

Robert W. Gleason

Stanley G. Pike

David M. Merrill

Milton E. Stone

Robert C. Manger

Arthur W. White

David Pape Thomas W. Sharp Richard Skelley Donald D. Wyeth Robert A. Young

First Row, left to right: D. Livingstone, L . Thompson, H Panzenhagen, R. Reich, D. Hall, E. Laverty, ). Hughes, R. Archibald, W. Russell, P. Hunt. Second Row , left to right: R. White, D. Wyeth, S. Pik e, R. S kelley, ). Craw­ ford, F. Garon, B. Young, A. Legge, ). Deuble Third Row, left to right: R Glea­ son, ). Lovegren, D. Merrill, ). Carey, T. Sharp, D. Pape, W. Hennig, H. Bourgon.


A century a n d a far c r y fro m the old Elm w o o d to the n e w Zete h o me

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w a rs w itlt the S o u th , the S p a n i s h , the Germ a n s , tlte J a p s a n d the a d m in istration l e f t us optimis tic

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tra ditional m a intenance of s c h olas tic

and s o c ia l s t a n d a rds-the S a turday a fternoon Literary Group. tlte S ixty- M in u te C lub, the flickers, the pasteboards, practical applications of plane geo metry-g u iding tlte b rothers o n to g reater heights of co llegiate en dea vor •

in sp ite of o u ts ide interests

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a n unforgo tte n , unfillable

space left b y b rothers B a rnes, Gu ild, tlte c a ll of the a rmed forces

Pierce,

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in a world of u nc e rtainty

we f o o l< w ith p ride a t 1 00 years of progress a w a ited home

and Stone

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embo died in o u r long·

we extend o u r gratitude to the elder b rothers,

the fa c u lty, and tlte Sage of Front Street.


1 95 1 Philip Arey Harold Baldwin Clifford Bean Gene Billings Ormonde Brown Robert Gabriel George Giffin Robert Lee Arthur McMahon David Miller Louis Patterson E dward Stuart Arnold Sturtevant Loreto Tempesta George Wasserberger Charles Whitelaw

1 952 John Baum David Crocket

Delta Upsilon

Thomas Crossman William Cushman Austin Deane Harold Grandberg

1 953 Joseph Cartier

Donald Hailer

Kenneth Castonguay

Frederick Ives

Richard Hawes

Carl Leaf George Lebherz James MacLean Bruce MacPherson

George Hobart Clifford Johnson John Judson

William Miller

John Keith

Lionel Poliquin

.Carl Klinzman

Alfred Rosborough

Michael Manus

Robert Ryley

Peter Perry

Russel Wallace

Philip Philip Peter Salmon Paul White

First Row, left to right: G. g� u�hi �ia!�0 E�'St�·ake�'. Wasserberger, L. Tempesta, A. McMahon, R. Lee, H. Baldwin, R. Gabriel, A. Sturtevant. Second Row, left to right: T. Lallier, D. Crock­ ett, J. MacLean, B. MacPher­ son, D. Miller, C. Bean, R. Wallace, M. Manus, _ T. Crossman, C. Johnson. Third Row left to right: A. Ros­ boro�gh, P. Aldrich, F. Ives, G Hobart, W. Miller, A. c::Xstonguay, D. Hailer, P. Perry, P. White, L. Patter­ son. Fourth Row, left to right: C. Klinzman, R. Hawes, W. Cushman, L. Poliquin, R. Ryley, P. Salmon, H. Grandberg, C. Leaf, A. Deane, P. Ph1hp, U . Cartier. _ _


Good times, p a rties, m ore good times stu dies

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Brother M c M a h o n

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a steadying influence

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football g a m es with

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Captain G ab riel s h o w the way in both football a n d ma rriage

d a n c e-w o w !

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t h e tradition a l D . U . barn •

Phillip a n d Wallace see the light-

also some fresh men g irls

Gene " H ers hey" Billin g s s ho w i n g

o f f g ridiron a bility after the dance .

Wahb, the perfect M . C .

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Wh itey " Peaches" J o h n s on-e n o u g h s a id

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Who will forget Baldy's fak.eouts, "telephone fo r M a rty Patters o n " D u b b y Poliquin m a de his deb ut i n t o the football rack.et, b u t his c u s to me rs picked better than he did to the n u rse downtown

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B r o w n ie a n d his long winded teleph o n e c a lls

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the Black Plague's c a mp-c o m e up fo r air, K e n n y !

" Lover L e e " when o f f c a m e the gla sses

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" Willie S t a r k " Tempesta a n d

his excused c u ts-it's nice to h a ve a wife w h o works in t h e infirmary Whitela w had m u c h s u c c es s with h is after h o urs c l u b

. Pete

" Terror of the

H ig h w a ys " M iller and his new Bel-A ir-he had n o tro uble siphoning gas . . . w h a t d i d A r n ie fin d s o in trig uing in Oakla n d ?

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A re y a n d Giffin , t h e " H a r m o n icats"

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. . . n e ver, ne ver, n e ve r a dull m o m e n t with the " Wedge" a r o u n d of the Week" Bean with never e n o u g h to do

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" Persona lity

S t u a rt, M iller, and H a iler picked

up where Lawson and Fraser left off a t the "Club Willia m " . . . M a n us , S a l m o n , a n d K eith-" The U n ited N a tions''

" T h e G r a n d O l d M a n of C o lb y" retu rns

t h e two

S c o tc h men and The B a ll of Grime-w h a t a r o o m ! . . . G ra n dberg w a s s till " a ll fo uled up" .

.

C ro s s m a n and

leaf were lost without Colby Jaclc

.

" Fingers and H an n e s "

will a n yth i n g ever replace Q u i n c y a n d Worc ester in m inds of S n ake a n d Lu m ? • • • yes it's been a g o o d year for all next year.

.

we o n l y hope o u r ric h ' ' U n cle" p r o vides as well


1 95 1 Francis Burnham Richard Barta John Butler Ernest Fortin John Gilhooly Thomas Keene Wilford Whitley Louis Woisard William Warner Kenneth Hart

1 952 Raymond Billington

Ronald Lannan Graham Pierce

James Christie

John Ratoff

Robert Cann.ell

Bradford Wall

Robert Conard

0 ° ri k� !�e� R. ' J���a '. J. �t�e�: E. Harnden, R. Cannell, F

Richard Creedon George Frazer

Ernest Harnden

Joseph Niedzinski

Phi Delta Theta

William Carter

1 953 Jerome Barry Bruce Bahrenburg Paul Dionne Louis Ferraguzzi Kenneth Grey

Guy Macintosh

Chase Lasbury

Francis Silver

Frank Piacentini Richard Randlett David Swindells Leslie Stuart Nicholas Sarris Edmond Patenaude

Burnham, W. Whiteley, J. Niedzinsk.i, F. Silver, R. Conard. Second Row, left lo right: K . Gray, F. Pia­ centini, L. Woisard, J. Gil­ hooly, R. Creedon, J. Ratoff, R. Lannan, W. Carter, G. Pierce, G. Mcintosh. Third Row, left to right: W. Sav­ erbery, Shaw, B. Bahren­ burg, L. Stewart, N. Sarris, E . Patenaude, L. Ferraguzzi, D. Swindells, P. Dionne.


Phi D elta Theta in the midst of a hectic l so c i a l pro J year

.

.

b rothers wept

b itterly o ver news that they must abandon $250,000 m a n s io n , • • • s t o r m w a r n i n g s a re b e i n g pos ted on M a yflo wer H ill w ith the news of the Phi Delt a rrival next year

.

drastic ren o vations evidenced in present h o u se:

new stairs, three new seat c o vers a n d 1 57 panes of glass .

R a y Billington a n d Pat Pate n a u de offer their services

to U. S. Navy

.

.

J i m , C h a se, a n d D ic k went

.

Bob C a n n ell

m o de A ll-M a ine and Will Wh iteley picked for A ll - P h i berth . o u r rotun d b a s ketball s q u a d took lessons from big Fra n k Piancentini, w h o pla yed g reat ball f o r t h e varsity

.

b rothers

.

re;oiced a t the news of th ree new Phi legac ies-roses to C ok ie, C h a rl o tte, a n d Helen; fifths to B u ddy, B ill, a n d Frank .

Phi c a n ine

a n d feline c re a te m ys tery o ver weekend wa nderin g s . . . weekends b reed neuroses

.

M otor l ike

.

is

it a

plane ?

is

it a

b ird ?

no,

;ust

Keene

on

h is

Jet

Erneru m s where's J i tteru m's ? . . . Louella Gray p r a ys

for o n e w dis h w a s her.


1 95 1 Richard Bowen Robert Brotherlin Bruce Carswell Haddon Fraser

1 952

Chester Harrington

Robert Benfari

James Keefe

Edward Cawley

Robert Laliberte

Richard Chamberlin

Frederick LeVeque

John Douglass

Fenton Mitchell

Arthur Eustis

Benjamin Pearson

William Hays

Theodore Shiro

Alpha Tau Omega

1 953

Robert Kline

Dana W. Andersen

Stanley Sorrentino

Paul Le Veque

Malcolm E. Andrews

George Wales

Kemp Pottle

James E. Bernard

Benjamin Sears

Parviz Chahbazi

Walter Shmavon

Edwin Fraktman

Richard Yeager

Donald Silverman

Albert Hibbert

Daniel Sullivan

James Hollis

Richard Verrengia

·

Phillip Hussey Francis Kiernan Alan Mowatt Roger Olson Carlton Reed Larry Tracey

First Row, left to right: R. Laliberte, S. Sorrentino, F. Mitchell, R . Bowen, B . Cars­ well, Mrs. Cameron, J. Keefe, R. Yeager, G. Wales, C . Harrington, H. Fraser. Second Row , left to right: W . Schmaven, A. Eustis, K. Pottle, R . Verrengia, B. Sears, D. Sullivan, R . Klein, B . Pearson. Third Row, left to right: R . Chamberlin, D. Silverman, A. Mowatt, M. Andrews, P . Chahbazi, J. s u e �de � j . �llis sen. Fourth Row, left to right: E. Fraktman. C . Reed, A . Hibbert, C . Fisher, L. Lamphrey, R . Kiernan, L. Tracey, R Olson, J Bernard.

R�ci9d�� J' � D� A �


Many

of

the

old pus ses

that led A. T. 0. l a s t year

retu rned a g a in to haunt the co-eds . . . "Gorf" Yeager a g a in instru mental in the "ps y c h o - s y m p h o n y " • • • Bruce the same old "let's h a ve a party" C a rswell

George Wales , Bob Laliberte, a n d D i c lc Verrengia named c aptains

of baseball, h o c key, a n d football

Diclc Bo wen wasn't captain but

h is outstanding leaders h ip was notable in many Ec h o a n d Student Government p rojec ts

. . then too there were n e w fa ces, a m ys terious Benja m in Fari,

the u n iden tifia ble Bob Bur ns . y a rd

h o o lc

shot

a ttempted

.

radical leader Bob K iernan w ith that s c h o o l­

inter-fra tern ity b a s ketball

E d Fral<tm a n n , Buddy R eed, Phil H us s e y , R o g

Olsen,

D a n a A n dersen,

Flusher

Jim

Bernard

.

c a l c u l u s all n ig h t • • . M a l A n drews introduced the "Presque I s le" fox trot, dirty b o o g ie faces

.

.

.

then besides the old faces a n d the n e w faces, there were the c h a n ged

George Wales m a de a date, an' a d a te, a n ' a date

.

what n e x t ?

C a wley, Kline, Sul livan, a n d Pottle st uclc to gether but c h a n ged rooms .

.

C het

H a rrington c ha n g ed f r om defens i ve halfbac lc to the m o s t v a l u a b le pla yer on the fo otb a l l te a m

.

Walt S h m a von c h a n ge d his p a n ts . . . overall it was a n other great

year for all c o ncerned w ith A . T. 0.


1 95 1 Ralph E. Bailey Clayton Bloomfield Russell Brown George M. Collins Sebastian Cultrera Frank J. Gavel Richard Kuehndorf Leland F. Lowery Charles Mcintyre

1 952 Hugh F. Burgess Paul A. Cote Charles P. Curtis Peter Honsberger

Robert Morrow

Rodney H. Howes

Karl A. Raup

Nelson E. Howlett

Richard L. Smith

Raymond J. Keyes

Robert Staples

Robert F. Keyes

James C. Tabor Charle£ W. Tobin Harry R. Wiley

George B. Laffey Alton W. Lamont Nicholas J. Lupo John O'Meara George M. Ritchie

1 953 Charle£ Anderson John N. Beveridge Robert Harris Howard Harrison Paul M. Joseph Richard Kilborn Frank King Roland E. Nagle George D. Pirie Kenneth Robertson Russell B. Smith Robert Southwick Charles Spencer Gilbert Tallmadge Arthur Tieman Richard Tyler Theodore Weigand Donald K. White Allan C. Whittaker Robert Wulfing

Lambda Chi Alpha

First Row, left to right: K. Raup, C. Tobin, H. Wiley, J. Tabor, R. Bailey, F. Gavel, G. Collins, S. Cultrera, C. ro R n e ��J W��. 1�1;v1�� ;rg.ht� R� Brown, A. Whittak er, C. T ffo���f,' �. '¥l:r����· �: Laffey, C. Bloomfield, R. Smith. Third Row, left to right: L. Lowery, H. Burgess. A. Lamont, R. Nagle, R. Howes, N. Lupo, R . Keyes, R. Wulfing, C. Anderson. Fourth Row, left to right: R. Kuehndorf. R . Kilbourne, R. Keyes, D . White, R. Southwick, J. Beveridge, F. King, P. Joseph, G. Pirie.


Al p ha R h o slid into high gear in the early fall u n defe a ted football team

.

.

teo m w o rk, O ' M ea ra to S taples to

Laffe y to Lo wery-res ult, t ouchdowns •

.

.

"Str aight A" C ollins the mentor

s o c i a l C u ltrero w h ipped a tea dance into s hape on the Trinity

Weeken d-c h a n c e to c h eer for H o wes, Pirie, L a m o n t, Tiern a n , o u r v a rsity representatives

a s ta r was born for Xmos . . . rig h t a top the Li.be tow er,

.

th a nks to R a up , H o w lett, and Don W h ite

.

.

"Turk" Bloomfield, "Brush popper"

S m ith, and " Y odelin ' " K ue h n do rl provided a few laughs a t the M a rdi Gras in Winslow

th ey didn't outshine K ilborn and Lamont, the Bobbsey twins

Wulfing w a s in great voice

.

.

" S a lty" H a rris o n o n d Pete H o n s .berger followed R us s

S m ith i n t o t h e f i g h t .b ritc hes of the U. S. N . o v e r C h ris tmas v a c a tion-wish t h e y c o u l d be here

c i g o r s m o ke p o u red f r o m t h e dorm

t h a n ks to C op ' s d i ligent application n o t used to cigors

.

.

on N o ve m ber 9 s ig n ifying 43 n e w u n c les,

new ly-weds Tabor a n d Brown turned pale­

b a s ketball u n c o vered an other s m a rt outfit a n d g a ve Lupo,

Whitaker, o n d C u rtis o chance to be m us c u l a r

.

.

' ' Big" H a g le a n d " B ones" Weig a n d

a b l y a s s isted a f e w o t h e r g u y s on t h e varsity quintet to set reco rds H a v y vs. A r m y , A ir C o rps vs. A r m y , A n ything vs. A r m y

.

.

.

.

long t a l k s at n i g h t­

.

"let me tell you about m y

c a rried t h e needle t o s titc h up Bailey's c uts on t h e h o c key tea m

when Tyler lost his thim ble Spring sun

.

" M alt" Be veridge s a n g about

H ershey bars a n d " w h o c a n s h o w me a couple of good points" u n a ss isted g o a l ! ! " K e yes

.

C a rnival " s ic kness" was fun

s n azzy fo r mal in p s y c h ologic a l bla c k and w h ite

too •

.

o u r flog enjoyed the

h a rd time thinking up g o o d·

byes for the lilces of " M ain C ylinder" Wiley, C h a rlie M a c , Toby a n d " H is Great Expectatio n s , " M orro w , C ollins, Cla yf, S m itty, S i b b y , Sfapes, L o w e r y , T a b o r , B r o w n , "K uehn " , " t h e Ga vel" o n d K o ri R o up

.

.

they m o de w a y f o r a n e w b u n c h of c h aracters to s ta rt t h e w h irl a g a in

fla s h ! Bob " S lats" K eyes is s till w a itin g p a tiently of flte s lci-ju mp for 1 00 % a tten da n c e.

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1 95 1 Richard K . Graham Gunnar Gustafson Robert Hartford Philip Heywood

1 952 John Beatson

Kappa Delta Rho

Eugene Jellison

Martin Bruehl

Paul Kilmister

Vernon Corell

M. Cass Lightner

Raymond Evans

Richard Mack

First Row, left to right: V. Corell, M. Ronayne, R. Mack, W. Thompson, S. Mott, M. Lightner, P. Hey­ wood, H. Fales, G. Gustaf­ son, T . Merriam, K . Graham. Second Row . left to right: J. Bryant, R. Grindle, C . F.

Howard Gaskill

Thornton Merriam

Walter Hayes

Schuyler Mott

Hugh Hexamer

Quintilio Bersani

Maurice Ronayne

Robert Hooper

Joseph Bryant

William Thompson

1 953 Webster Anderson

Lloyd Mason

Douglas Chalout

David Morse

Robert Cooke

Robert Spaulding

Robert Dobbins

John Strong

Charles Fisher

William Taylor

Kenneth Gesner William McDonough Raymond Maxwell Chester Nutting Rodney Warren

F���c: N�u?na;.kW: �x��ri: R. Spaulding, H. Hekamer,

J. Strong. Third Row , left to right: R. Hooper, W. Hayes, K . Gesner, R . Dob­ bins, D. Morse, A. Warren, Anderson, J . Beatson, R. Evans. Fourth Row, left to right: F. Weatherby, L Mason, P. Wescott, D. Chaloult, Q . Bersani, W. Mc­ Donough, R. Cooke, J. Gruninger, Stevens.


From a m o dest beginning in 1 905 to a leader among s m a ller fratern ities •

twenty·f ive years a t C o l b y

t h is y e a r was o n e of the best

.

.

.

a visit from

N a tional President John L. Blakely and the a p p o intment of Don Leac h , '49 N a tional T reasurer •

n e w exploding snow balls developed and

.

p e rfec ted

if it w a s n ' t Prexy C ass and the

.

V a rsity S h o w it was the Colby Eight o r Powder and Wig .

.

retreat to A ll<a-hall, second floor p a rty c e n te r

S k y M o ff went over the hill w ith C o n nie

.

.

.

ex-president

H o m e c o m in g

a l u m s resembled s a rdines • • • b rother Bro wnell left f o r t h e A ir C o rps as D i c k M a c ie h a d a little diffic u lt y w ith the Sloop " H ero" •

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year a ltogether

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1 95 1 Mark Basseches Russell Goldsmith Harvey Kirstein Martin Kress Alan Mirken Mark Mordecai Theodore Parker Robert Peck Robert Sloane Alan Sweetbaum Sherwin Welson

1 952 Ira Barricini Alan Blackman

Tau Delta Phi

Gerald Holtz Herbert Nagle Gerald Ramin Howard Sacks

1 953 Herchel Alpert

David Saltzman

Alan Baer

Gerald Seskin

Richard Baggs

Joseph Unobskey

Barnet Fain

Irwin Winer

David Lavin

Russell Dixon

Sumner Levine Paul Ostrove Robert Grodberg Roger Montgomery Seymour Bibula

First Row, left to right: R . Peck, M. Mordecai, A. Sweetbaum, A. Mirken, R . Goldsmith, M. Kress, T. Parker, S. Welson, H. Kir足 stein. Second Row , left to right: G. Seskin, I . Barricini, I . Winer, G. Holtz, J. Unob足 skey, R . Dixon, H . Nagle, H. Alpert. Third Row, left to right: M . Basseches, A. Baer, D . Saltzman, R. Grod足 berg, P. Ostrove, R . Mont足 gomery, S. Bibula. B. Fain, S. Levine.


The 1 95 1 edition of Tau Delta Phi on M a yflower H ill

q u ite a spirited a g g regation

flowering esprit de fratern ity

in the very c reative p roject of a m as s i ve m u le in fron t of the dormitory to celebrate A l u m n i H om e c o m i n g . . . the Mule, which exten ded from the first story to the roof, w a s the h it of the weekend Delt event

.

.

.

a n other outsta n ding Tau

the fra ternity's a n n u a l Winter Formal D i n n e r - D a n c e held

a t the Green La n tern a c tivities

.

.

many c eleb rities in the field of extra - c u rric u l a r

J e r r y I Little C aesar J H oltz and D a v e ( Bi g D r u m J S a ltzm a n c o n ·

tribu ted g r e a t l y to t h e efforts of t h e Colby b a n d

.

.

.

who's

leading

who ?

also in the m u s ic dep a rtment there was Joe Unobslcey w h o performed as s olo w a rbler w ith the Glee C lub

.

Alan

.

Baer lcept the Tau D elt tradition in the

V a rsity S h o w a l i ve by w ritin g the book for the m us i c a l this year . . . the fraternity's prestige w a s greatly e n h a n ced by the election of M a rie M orde c a i to the Presidenc y of Student Government

• . •

a th letic ally, T a u Delt rose t o a prominent pos ition thro u g h

the influence of a fe w " s t a r s " S o n n y Wels o n , R o g M o n tg o mery, Ted Parlcer, S e y m o u r B i b u l a , a n d I rw i n W i n e r the fraternity stro n g men

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1 95 1 Harriet Boyer Mary Bracy Janet Clark Nancy Ewing Priscilla Ford Barbara Jefferson Frances Kimball Jean MacDonald Ruth Smart Mary Thomas Els Warendorf Constance Wiley

1 952 Marjorie Austin Jean Brewer

1 953

Sigma Kappa

Deborah Brush

Jane Bailey Beryl Baldwin Pamela Fisher Elizabeth Chilson Elizabeth Greer Jean Desper Elizabeth Livingston Rosalie Dulaney Priscilla Eaton Joan Martin Joan Erskine Jane McLeod Mary Jane Fitzpatrick Edna Miller Patricia Morril Janice Pearson Elizabeth Robertson Sylvia Rice Joan Rooney Harriet Sherman Mary Sargent Marjorie Smith Ruth Watt Barbara Squire Jean Strickland Elaine Turner Doreen Willis Georgia Fisher

1 954 Ruth Brindley Joan Dawes Edwina Dean Janet Fraser Carlyn Grutzner Joan Hall Mary Hitch Carol Hourula Nancy Ives Gertrude Jefferson Josephine Peary Patricia Potter Georgia Roy Jacqueline Warendorf

First Row, left to right: F. Kimball, H. Boyer, C. Mott, N . Ewing, J. Clark, P. Ford, B. Jef!erson, M. Bracey, P. Fisher, J. MacDonald, M. Sargent, R. Smart, M. Thomas, E. Warendorl. Sec­ ond Row, left to right: J. ��il B��:h . EJtonpj� r��:eo�'. Austin, H. Sherman, J. Ers­ kine, N. Desper, P . .M?rrell, J. Stric kland! D. 'J'.'.ilhs, H. Chilson, S. Rice. Thud Row, left to right: N. Ives, . G kelfeB�ld��·, H;:chRo����1 t�, B�ewer, R. Watt, E . . Miller, G. Fisher, J. Marhn, E. Greer, R. Dulaney, E. Robertson. Fourth Row, left to right: J. Dawes. J Witham, S. Hall, R. Brind­ ley, E . Livingstone, J. War­ endorf, C. Perron, E. Dean, G. Roy, C. Hourula, J. Weatherbee, C. Grutzner, P. Potter, J. Fraser, M. J. Fitz­ patrick.


S ig m a ' s year in Septe m ber

c o nfusion b u t a brighter outlook-the c a use . • • o u r room done in tones of rose a n d c h a rtreuse •

h a n dpa inted

w h ole h o use •

.

.

.

.

h ate to think what we'd do to a

o u r d u n g a rees will ne ver be the s a m e

.

all t h e m e s s w a s worth it

.

pledges

.

does n ' t exist

.

proof

m e m o ries of hectic weelcs .

c a me through

.

w ith

Willie's dancing pigs

a basso

.

.

profu ndo

.

.

the

talent that

.

.

Debby

.

what a

deb u t

B r a e ' s h u m o r a n d Pete's v o i c e .

.

a n d M a rg ie's pirouettes

i t all off Bets and her Jet R o c lcettes •

oh well, it was a nice falce

w ith t h e C o l b y E i g h t !

w ith a repeat

.

.

.

.

.

to top

they lceep threaten i n g us

the end of the rush and the debris settled

• • • Els a n d J a c k ie s a n g the D u t c h n a tio n a l a n them in celebra tion •

the h a rvest of all this

.

.

a terrifc bunch and b reakfast at

s o m e wee hour on a Sunday . . . a few rem i n ders: J o n ie B a iley "lut s o meone m us t ploy volle yball" •

.

.

Mary Sargent " you o w e me"

J a n C l a rlc .. we n ee d volunteers" . . . Jeff "I'll guess we'll h a ve to

appoint s o me o ne " . . . it's all been fun; the w o rk Sig sig Ma

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y o u k n o w the rest

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.

the play .


1 95 1 Nancy Allan Joan Drew Elaine Muller Celia Philbrook Lois Poulin Norene Tibbetts Jacqueline Toulouse Deborah Smith Nancy Williams Joan Yeaton

1 952 Alpha Delta Pi

Margaret Brown Laura Cheeseman Beverly Cushman Jeanne D'Wolf Anne Fairbanks Beverly Forgey Nita Hale

Barbara Forest

Nancy Hughes

Phyllis Lewis

Carol Leonard

Margarette Littlefield

Katherine Parker

Norma Shea

Joanne Peirce

Nina Toomey

Joyce Root

Alice Tyler

Anne Thompson

Joanne Walker Guimar Washington

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Prudence Belcher

Barbara Hartsgrove

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1 953

Ruth Gallup

First Row, left to right: D . Smith, E. Muller, N . _Alla , I Toulouse, L. Poulm, illiams, J. Yeaton, C. Philbrook, N . Tibbetts, Wallace, J. D'WolL Seco Row left to nght: . Che seman, A. Tho mpso , M. Brown, A . . Ty ! er, · Toomey, A. Fmrbanks, . Nicholas, J. Walker, Lewis, M. Littlefield, B . �r rest B. Hartsgrove. T ir Ro ,,,; , left to right: G. Wa = L r · p r E o n G llup, F. Munce, D . Stowell, J. Conkling, A . Thoman, E Turner, N. Fortuine. Fourth Row left to right: J. o t, B. F rgey, S. Smit , N. a e , C . Leonard, J. Erickson, · Cushman, N. Shea, Belcher.

1 954 Joanne Conkling Nancy Fortuine Eleanor Johnson Lois McCarty Ferna Munce Mary Owen Susan Smith Diane Stowell Anne Thoman Eleanor Turner

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As N a n c y Will iams p o u n ded the g a vel .

.

a y e ar c o m p lete w ith pledges, s o c ia l functio n s ,

a n d s p o rts events

.

A n n Fairbanks inspiring the s p o n s o rs

a n d p ledges on to bigger a n d better ( wetter I get togethers

.

Gilly and N ic le y had to turn down offers

to to u r the fore ign c o u n try-o uts ide of M a i n e-after the R u s h P a rty

S lcip Philbrook c apta ined the

volleyball tea m thro u g h a n u n defeated season w ith her spilce s h o ts

.

N o rene, a ided by C a rol Leo n a rd

their dollar-sign eyes J a c c o u n ts l o o lc sick

m a n a ged to

( w ith

make our b a n k

t h e terrible trio-La n n y, D e b b y , a n d

N a n c y A l l a n helped the s o c ia l life of the s oro rity a l o n g w itlt t h e i r H a rris Bakery a n d First N a tional specials •

.

bright lights in the group: Jo Yeaton a n d her s a les talk

( m agazine c ha irman J

Lois

Poulin a t the keyb o a rd

the H ug hes-Forgey rendition of "Frankie a n d J o h n n y "

.

.

.

Pokerla ce D r e w s ie a n d her "S top me, if y o u ' v e heard this one" . . . J a c kie Toulouse a n d her c o okbook proble ms h e r M ed. Tech., w ith her ath letic a bility you t h o u g h t of t h i s idea ? " g irl Nel"

.

.

.

.

M a rilyn Gra c ie,

M a rg ie Brown, the " h a v e

A n n T h o m p s o n , a l i a s " Little

Jean D ' W olf the Veep and the poor m a n ' s B u rl I ves . . .

m ore c h u c kles, m o re fun, a n d more events, both serious a n d s o c ial, m a k e up o u r s o rority l i f e


Joan Cammann Jean Castelli Cynthia Cook

1 952

Jean Cowie

Beverly Baker

Catherine Burns

Dale Dacier

Joyce Edwards Jean Griffin

Joan Gridley Louise Hodge Joan Kelby

Ann Morrison

Janet Leslie

Nancy Nilson

Elisabeth Levardsen

1 953 Sylvia Caron Carolyn English Cecilia Lasbury Joan Leader

May Rieker

Patricia Merrill

Marilyn Scott

Anne Plowman

Lillias Mclellan

Ann Ryan

Electra Paskalides

Evangeline Sferes

Joyce Peters

Elizabeth Shaw Sally Shaw Janice Vaughn Dorothy Washburn

Delta Delta Delta

Judith Veevers Madelyn Wechsler Elizabeth Winkler

1 954 Lorraine Arcese Beverly Barrett Diane Chamberlin Edith Costello Jane Douglas Carol Dyer Nancy Eustis Dorothy Forster Barbara Guernsey Bar bara Hills Patricia Ingraham Arlyne Rosenthal Mary Scott Leslie Van Nostrand Lorraine Walker Virginia Falkenbury

First Row, leit to right: M. Scott, N. Nilson, M . Rieker, C. Burns, J. Griffin, A. Morrison, J . Edwards, J . Cowie, C . Cook, J. Castelli J. Cammon, J. Kelby. Sec'. ond Row, left to right: E. Paskalides, A. Plowman, J Peters, M. Wechsler, E. Winkler, S. Caron, L. Mc­ Lellan, E. Shaw, J. Leslie, B . Baker, J . Vaughan, D. Washburn, E . Levardsen Third Row, left to right: J . Gridley, E . Sferes, M. La r e o . A .; � r _ En '. L. Hodge, J. Veevers, C. Lasbury, J. Leader, E. Cos­ tello, D. Dacier. Fourth Row ' left to right: D. Forester, B Gurnsey, D. Chamberlain, L. Walker, L. Van Nostrand, L. Arcesse, N. Eustis, C. Dyer, P. Ingraham, A . Ros­ enthal, B . Hills, B . Barrett, J. Douglas.

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The 1 950- 5 1 Delta Parade a c tivities hit u s lilce a small typhoon l o vely ?"

.

fall

" I s n ' t she

T ri-Deft-Delce fas hion s h o w-it's a good

.

" s i g n " when S c otty's a ro u n d I w a s a s iie 9 !"

.

"I could h a ve s w orn

the Mock Rush Party-more

a c tivity in the kitc hen than on the stage pots went out and got panned

.

.

the

Ca stelli and M errill

didn ' t want to set the world on fire-they're s till p a y in g for that H a llowe'en jolce

.

.

we s a t around w ith

b a ited breath and c a u g h t fifteen delighHul m i n n o w s

.

C h ristm astime, a n d C o w ie budgeted fiendishly wh ile R ieker "wound up" the min utes S a h a gian

.

.

orc h ids to Caye Burns, pans ies to Ted

all that fell from the sky was rain

N ilson s we a rs it w a s a pink elep h a n t

.

.

Nancy

" M a m a " Edwards

p r a c ticed for the futu re-no fou l s h ots for her and c hop suey

. • •

O riental atm osphere

more were at stalce than we thought!

.

.

"Sparlcle Plenty" Griffin followed the example of "pinnies" C a m m a n n a n d M orrison w h ile S a die H a wkins t o o lc o ver w h ere U n c le S a m left off

C y n n ie never fosf that s n o w y-eyed loolc

and a s the s u n

s ln lcs s l o w l y in t h e East, we reafiie t h a t we h a ve b e e n a little c o n fused in o u r fo u r years a t C o l b y


1 95 1 Patricia Anderson Helen Campbell Priscilla Day Jacquiline Dillingham Marie Donovan Barbara French Edith Harris Carol Huntington Naomi Jennison Florence Lyford Jane Perry Constance Preble Sue Rees Helen Ritsher

1 952 Joan Acheson Norma Bergquist Nancy Copeland Susan Campbell Patricia Erskine Joan Hill Jear.. Huntington Barbara Mellin Nancy Nelson Nancy Newman Patricia Omark Anne Osborne Ann Rossiter Jean Smith Arlene Tobey Carolyn Williams

1 953

Chi Omega

Carol Carlson Shirley Harrington Barbara Johnson Joyce Maguire Pauline Mange Loretta Mearns Sally Nan Murray Gail Pendleton Mary Pike

1 954 Elizabeth Aldrich Mary Belden Elaine Bethel

Nancy Pratley

Rhonda Capen

Miriam Price

Anne Delamater

Priscilla Shirley

Barbara Heide

Joann Terrill Loretta Thompson Mary Frances Warner Katherine Webster

Marjorie Hill Nancy Moyer Carol Robinson Jean Strout Rosemary Thresher

First Row, left to right: J. Dillingham, M . Dono n Huntin ton, p: Oft, A Ro�� siteP t' HsmC: Ritsher �rry amp.b ell, H tPreble ampbell,, N. Jennison, C�'. p Anderson, F. LY ford 'se�ond Row, left to ri hi· N Copeland, M. War­ nir, A. Osborne, J. AchesoJ, P. Erskine, N. Newman, . Hill B. Mellin, S. i:'lees, C. Williams, J· im · Be�� oiili1�k . �ird re8�..,;, 1Wi�1t . to �ght: N. Pratley, S. Harring­ ton J Maquire, P. Mange, M. ' Price, G. Pendleton, B Johnson L. Mearns, J Terrill, C. Carlson, K Web­ sler, N. Murrav, L. h m son Fourth Row, Tlef�. f­ righ t: J. Strout, J. Hur:itm ton, c. Robinson, M. Hill, 5p' Delameter, N. Moyer, . Thresher, R. Caoon, A Bethel, N. Nelson, A. Tobey. 0

·


Q u ite a year with p a rties, r u s h i n g , teas, a n d last but not least the a n n u a l M other- D a u g h ter Banquet a t the Jeff . . . the exclusive en terta i n m e n t: "Eddy a n d his piano" . . . n o t to be outdone by Helen Lea vitt a n d R e n n ie M c D on n ell w h o h a ve a " M rs." attached to their n a m es , Pres ident Helen R itsher a rrived on campus •

after C h ristmas

v a c a tion spa rkling

a

dia mond

the a c tive A l u m n a e of Waterville g a ve the mem bers

a n d the pledges a tea on bright S u n d a y

the re m a rk of the

day, a s the g irls piled into M rs. Weeks' house in a body w a s , I ' ve never seen so m a n y g irls a t a tea !"

is f a i r p l a y : t e a was given for the fac u lty

turn about

.

.

the pledges

threw q u ite a C h ristmas s h indig for the m embers and proved to be exc ellen t in Sally Jackson

he a c ting profes s ion

was given social privileges

c o m i c , of c ourse . for

the

year

.

w h o c a n forget the C h i Omega s c a recrow a n d the w o rlc p u t into it? •

a n e w filin g c a binet for important s o rority papers ma kes a n

excellent p l a c e f o r g i n g e r a le b o ttles

Room Chairman

Newman

alwa ys f u l l of original i d e a s . . . t h e fo rmal b a n quet c l o s e d a n other y e a r

.


A c tivities


First Row , le!t to right: C. English. B . Hillson, T. John­ son, H. Simon, A . Mos­ kowitz, C. Bean, D. Willis, T. Hunt , B . Aldrich, N. Desper, P . Chaplin. Second Row, le!t to right: C. Ellis , R. McAuliffe, B. Smart, D . Brush, D. Morse, F . Burn­ ham, C. Mcintyre, R . Bowen, M. Price, M . Manus, D. Jacobs, C . Burnes, B . Mac­ Pherson, D . Walling!ord, R. Thresher

MARK MORDECAI President

On N ovem ber 1 5, 1 950 the I n te r-Student Council ceased to exist. On that date in a n u n p recedented vote turnout the student body, by a vote of 681 to 1 0, rati fied the Constitution for the new Student Government Association. The old I nter-Student Cou ncil i n con j u nction with a speci a l Constitutional Comm ittee worked months to correct the previous condition in which over a thousand students were represented by only eight people. The result was a new Constitution, the p resent Student Govern ment Association and a "revo l utionary " cha nge i n Colby's student pol itics. Some of the

more sa l ient features of the "revol ution" are these: Student repre­ sentation has been widened; twenty-eight undergrad uates now represent their cl assmates; g reater student participation has been provided for in the election of officers of the Assoc iation; a men's j u d iciary committee has been created to act i n an advisory capac ity to the dea n i n d isci p l i na ry matters. The I nter-Student Council has great pride and faith i n this reorganization which they have effected to bring the most pro­ gressive student government Co l by has ever had.

Women's Student Leag ue, or "Stu G,"

enabled to act as a genera l sounding

square dance, "The Tu rkey Trot," the re­

a s i t is m ore popu l a r l y c a l led, functions

board for suggestions and grievances of

turns from which were used in part to

a s the official governing body for women

all kinds from the entire women's d ivision.

students. I t is responsible for form u l ating

F u rthermore it acts i n a va riety of other

a n d executing all necessa ry rules and reg u­

fiel ds. Among the tra d itional activities of

an expa nded Freshman Orientation pro­

l a t ions, a n d i n this capacity works in close.

the league a re the sponsoring of the Christ­

gram, "Stu G" suppl emented its usual

conj unction with the Dean of Women. The

mas and Spring U ndergraduate Banq uets

partici pation by i n itiating and d irecting a

board i s made u p of the house chairman

and a lso a com petitive drive for used

more workable and successful Big Sister

of each house, a representative for off­

clothes to be sent to Europe. This year as

Prog ra m.

campus students, and six officers. It is thus

one of its special projects, "Stu G" held a

women were sel ected to be Big Sister Ad­

pu rchase

th ree

Women ' s dorms.

radio-victrolas

for

the

Rea l izing the need for

About seventy-five upperclass

visers to the Freshmen. The Women's Student Lea gue, a lthough send i ng its members to the Student Gov­ ernment Association, neverthel ess reta ins its independence as the govern ing body for women students.

Left to right:

T.

Stevenson, D. Brush, T.

Whitham, T . Perry, P. Blake, K. Webster, S. Campbell, B. Hallee, D. Willis, B. Aldrich, M. Austin, T. Desper.

Absent when picture

was taken: A. Moskowitz, C. English.


T H E

C 0 L B Y

O R A C L E

Handica pped by the loss of Phil March, Editor of the 1 949-50 ORACLE, and the gradua­ tion of most of the staff, the 1 95 1 staff of the Colby ORACLE was a l most completely new. However, most of the members have hod previous experience on prep school or high school books. This year the ORACLE stayed with the some engravers !Watervi l l e Sentinel) but returned to the publishers of 1 949 and previous issues of the ORACLE. Another change was the decision to hove one photographer as the official photographer to simpl ify photographing and engraving The g reatest problem this year hos been keeping members of the staff out of the .serv ice and keeping track of the seniors who ore on their way. Work was g iven to more people, consequently the entire pro1ect was done on a much larger scale. The staff attempted to equal, without being i m itative, the success of lost year's book Some of the old ideas were kept. One was the presentolton of the faculty by groups. New ideos were used in the treatment of frotern1t1es and sororities, and the use of more pages of i formals. A new approach was tried i n group and club photographs which were more infor a l . Under the extremely capable and persistent superv ision of t h e lady editor, Betty Levordsen, the ORACLE was foshioned i nto its present edition. The other main members of the staff i nclude: Associate Editors, Jeon Caste l l i and Dove M i l ler; Business Manager, Joe Unobsky; Art Editor, Don Hailer, Cover Design, Dick Boggs; Feature Editors, Jackie D11linghom and Bruce Carswe l l; Photography, Joyce Edwards, Sports, Bob Lee; Literary Editor, Edith Horris; and Faculty Advisor, Mr. Herbert M ichaels.

J. Unobsky, J . Dillingham, J . Edwards, Second Row, left to right: W . Miller, D. M il ler, E. Harris, S. Cultrera, M. Ronayne

Fust Row, left to right: D. Hailer, R . Lee, J . Castelli, E. Levardson, B. Cars Nell.


First Row, left to right: E. Bittar, F. Dyer, P. Chahbazi. Second Row, left to right: C. Burns, D. Jacobs, A. Mos­ kowitz .

Third Row, left to right: P.

Christopher, D . Washburn. Row,

left

to

right:

D.

Fourth Sargent,

13. Scott.

Among the better-known c l u bs on campus is the I nternationa l Relations Club. Entirely student organ ized, I . R. C. sponsors lectures on contemporary i nternational topics. The p urpose of the club i s to broaden student knowledge and interest i n current world affa i rs. This year President Don a l d Jacobs pla nned a d iversified p rogra m which incl uded: ta l ks by the forei g n students attending Col by; a l ecture on developments in Finl and si nce World War II by Dr. Ande rs Myhrman of Bates Col l ege; a piano and record meeting by George Weemes, a Boston enterta iner, who spoke a bout the development of j azz. The varied program has i nterested much of the student body. Fol lowing the formal d e l ivery, there is a lways a d iscussion i n which the a.udience partici pates. The informa l ity of the l ectu res and the perti nence of the topics has resul ted in a successful year for the club.


T H E

E C H 0

C 0 L B Y

Echo, Colby's weekly newspaper, provides a variety of services for the col lege community and in the lost

ever held: nearly two thousand persons were buying the paper every week.

year hos been on important cog in the machinery of

The Echo a ttempted to fulfi l l its obl igations as a

progress that is coincidental with the campus growth.

col lege chronicle by presenting, in addition to complete

U nder Editor Robert Reid, the publication's goal was

news coverage, an extended number of feature columns

to improve student-facu lty-administration relations by

commenting on all phases of college l ife, and a l so

presenting itself as the voice of the student.

printed on opinion pol l and ana lysis column concern­

I n this

l ig ht, editorials and feature art icles were presented that stimulated what a mounted to a revolution in college pol itics, when i

urged and met on over­

ing nationa l and world pol i tics. I n addition to printing the Echo every week, the Echo Association continued its weekly radio program

whelming student agreement to replace the obsolete

of news and highlights over WTVL.

Student Counci l of eight members with o new and

Echo1tes prepared o program especia lly designed for

more representative Student Govern ment backed by o

the Waterville l isteners, showing what Colby was

A member of

much brooder constitution. A series of curriculum sur­

doing and thinking. Hugh Hexomer was Radio Mana­

veys eval uating each academic deportment was olso

ger.

published.

The Echo-Lovejoy Contest, conducted under the

Echo of 1 950- 5 1 was Ire firs paper to operate under the new const1tutton for he publication

U nder this

new charter salaries were paid to members of the

guidance of Special Prorects Editor Peg Randoll, con­ tinued to award pnzes to the best

high

school

newspapers in Moine and to operate o free judging

business and editorial boards, officers were replaced

service for the high school newspapers. I n co-operation

in February (formerly June was the month of elections),

with the Public Relations Deportment, loving cups were

and subscnpt1ons to the paper were presented free of

awarded to the editors of the top publ ications.

charge to all faculty and trustees of the coll ege. 1 95 1 sow the Echo with t h e largest number o f subscriptions

Heading the Business Boord was Richard Barto, while Managing Editor of the paper was Brod Mosher.

First Row, left to right: N. Murray, P. French, R. Bowen, B . M osher, R. Reid, R. Barta, F. Boyle, E . H ay, R . Ryley. Second Row, left to right: G. S. Fox, E . Harris, H. Boyer.

Amott,

F.

Burnham, F. Ives,


• •

S L l t7 ti T L �

First Row, left to right : B. Forgey, D . Forster, C. Bean, R. Tupper, Leader,

R.

Wilkins,

M.

Scott,

J. P.

Ruder, V . Falkenbury. Second Row, left to right: E . Brown, M . Harris, E. Zervas, R. Maxwell, M . Thomas, M. Manus, W . Gardner, G. Roy, R. Ull­ man, L. Walker, C. Lightner.

Third

Row, left to right : J. Gruninger, D . Von

Koschenbahr,

Adair, R .

Streich,

M. D.

Rennie,

R.

Starbuck,

R.

Leeburger, A . Schmitt, C. Barnes, H . Adams.

Fourth Row, left t o right:

W . Burgess, K. Parker, B. Gifford, M. Randall, A . Plowman, E. Robinson, W . Thompson, R. Hobart, W . Cush­ man, R. McAuliffe, A. Field, D. Har­ vey, H. Baxter, A. Martin.

MIKE MANUS

RAY MAXWELL

BUMP BEAN

DICK HOBART


V A R S I T Y

S H 0 W

March 1 9 in Watervi l le, March 27 in Boston and the next day in Providence, R. I . To soy it was an accelerated schedule would be to understate the speedy home performance and the rood tour of 'Sl ightly Off Key. · The Vorstty show, now a Colby tradition, hod its actual beginning in he thirties, but assumed a professional standing only in 1 946 with the Bud Schlesinger-Russ Farnsworth musical comedy

Let There Be Men.

The Jacobson-Rosenthal-Stoll

cycle, starting in 1 947, added such hits as

Lucky To Be Me, ·

''Tones of Amazement,

Music for "Slightly

Off Key

and

·

Bottoms Up.

was composed by Coss Lightner with o story by Al

Boer, B i l l Burgess, and A l Maritn.

Left to right

And the show hod its shore of bumps. First came the big

Bill Burgess. Rick Adair, Ed W itham. Laurie Arcese, Al Martin. Cass Lightner.

selective service grab in January which caused one mem ber to join up Close on the heels of the draft was a flu epidemic and,

Mary s role as a night club singer was ably fi lled by Janice

not to be left untroubled at the lost m i nute, one of the female

Pearson. Other leads in the show incl uded Varsi ty Show stand­

leads, Mory Thomas, underwent on emergency appendectomy

bys Joan Leader, Cliff Bean, Bob W il kins and Dick Tupper

o week before the show opened.

plus newcomers Dot Forster, Charlie Barnes, Mike Manus, Roy Maxwell and Dick Hobart. "Slightly Off Key ' followed the growing Varsity Show tradi­ tion, ploying to a full Opera House, and making a rood trip.

JOEY LEADER

DOT FORSTER

BEV FORGEY


G L E E

C L U B

The combined Men's a n d Women's Glee Cl ubs, n u mbering

To sing on the well -known radio prog ram, "Glee C l u bs of

around 70 voices, under the capable d i rection of John

New England" has been an a m bition of the Glee Cl u bs', and

W h ite Thomas, commenced the season with rehea rsa l s for the tra d i tiona l performa nces of Handel's "Messiah" and the Ch ristmas Carol Serv i ce. The "Messiah" was g iven in the Lorimer Chapel on December 1 4, and on December 9, the Colby G l ee C l u bs, combi ned with those of Pembroke and Bowdoin, presented the "Mess i a h " i n the Ch urch on the H i l l a t Brunswick. O n Decem ber 1 3, w h e n t h e a n n u a l Christmas service was held i n the Chapel, the Glee C l ubs gave a

it was rea l ized this year, when at the end of February, Mr. Thomas d i rected the C l u bs in a broadcast from the Lorimer Chapel. The program was varied, a l though a large part of it was Americana. A Spring Concert, a lso Arnericana, was presented i n April, and rounded out the program for the Glee Cl ubs. This year will be memorable to the members of the C l u bs as one of success and en joyment. The officers for the 1 950-51

season were:

Women­

Pres ident, Jane Perry; Secretary, Mari l yn Scott; Li brarian,

p rogra m of Christmas m us i c, and the congregation joined

Edith Ca rpenter.

i n to sing the tra d i tion a l Ch ristmas carols.

Secretary, Pa u l Aldrich; Business Manager, David Lynn.

Chapel Choir First Row , left to right: D . V o n Koschenbahr, C. Bean, C . Barnes, M . Wechsler, B. D. Pearson, J. Aldrich, Sellar, M . Russell, N . Cope­ land, J. Leader, B. Brown, C . Leonard, J . Perry, B. Ambros. Second Row, left to right: M. Rennie, T. Merriam, M . Manus, T. Sim­ mons, D. Lynn.

For the M en-President, C l i fford Bean;


THE

C OLBY

COMMUNITY

One of the many significant act1v1t1es on the Colby College campus is the Colby Community Symphony Orchestra. Represented i n this group a re President and Mrs. Bixler, members of the faculty and student body, and townspeople from Waterv i l l e and surrounding areas. The orchestra convenes in the Women's U nion on Monday nights under the capable direction of Dr Ermanno F. Comparetti to prepare for concerts of varied compositions. Members of the Portland Symphony Orchestra assist at special concerts. The group, consisting of more than sixty mem­ bers, devotes much time o the perfection of their 'l rt. Often guest a rt ists a re feo u red This season Martha Bixler and Ar hur Hams journeyed from he Yale School of Music to render the fami l i a r Piano Concerto in D Minor by Mozart. Works by Lu1gin1, Moussourgsky, Handel, Bee­ thoven, Purcel l, and others were presented in five consecutive concerts The string ensemble assisted in the moving Messiah concert presented by the Glee Club. Dr. Comporetti is to be commended for his work in building up this orgon1zotion from its inception in 1 942 and for making it a n integral port of college and commun ity life.

Originally begun four years ago as a hobby by eight men, who loved to blend in '"ba rbershop harmonies, the Colby Eight is now an accepted 1nst1tul1on on the Colby campus. The range of song types has extended from the original spirituals and "bar· bershop" melodies to school songs, popular tunes, and even to the more progressive types of song. As the repertoire hos g rown, so has the orgon1zat1on. Feel ing that there is safety in numbers, the group hos widened to include fifteen members. This system al lows for perpetuation of the organization despite the g raduation of some members each year, and attempts to do ? way with the breaking-in period that cripples so many sing ing groups. This method also 1s a safety measure against the Colby Eight singing with only five, six, or seven men, as i t h a s h o d to d o in t h e past. This fourth year of the Colby Eight has resul ted i n a very fortunate al liance with the Glee Club and a chance to parti· c1pate i n the Glee Club's concerts. One especially welcome opportunity was the inclusion of the Colby Eight on the Mon­ santo Chemica l Program which featured the Colby Glee Club. As the Colby Eight hos become less of o private organ ization and more of on accepted institution, it hos a l so tried to make its choice of members more democratic. This year on extensive � ompo1gn for new mem bers was carried on to g ive everyone interested o chance to become part of the organization.


CoIby Band Kneeling, left to right: J . Leslie, M . Randall. First Row , left to right: A . Magee, R . Adair, A . Lindsay, L. Christie, R . Raymond, D. Harvey, D. George, R. Chamberlin. Second Row . left to right; J. Holtz, D. Saltzman, W. Madison, H . Baxter, S . Packard, N. Hale, B. Gifford, N . MacDonald, M. Hemenway, N. Tibbetts. Alone: J. Somerville. Third Row , left to right: P . Whit­ comb, A . Field, B . Duce. Fourth Row, left to right: B. Cushman, G. Keay, J. Hammond. Absent when picture was taken: F. Kimball, N. Twaddle, H. Gaskill, T. Merriam, D. Robert, W. Cushman, H. Adams, R . Frank, H. Kent, W. Taylor, Lierberger.

Many i n novations have marked this

' 52, who succeeded Cass Lig htner, ' 5 1 ,

the band has played at a l l home games

a s one of the most successfu l years i n

as drum major, and with drum major­

a t the fleldhouse where it has i ntro­

Colby Band h i story. The big task o f

ettes Peg Randa l l , '53, and Janet Lesl ie,

duced many new nove lty march num­

raising m o n e y f o r bad l y needed new

'52, introd ucing many new baton twirl­

bers.

u n iforms has been underta ken. With the

ing routines, the ba nd marched through

At rehea rsa l s the band departs from

advent of a n a n n u a l basketba l l game

a variety of col orful formations at a l l

the usual march music and pl ays many

for the benefit of the ba n d u n iform

home footba l l games as w e l l as at the

overtures, classica l , and semi-classica l

fund, D r. Ermanno F. Comparetti, the

State Series ga mes at Bates and the

music giving the ba nd members an op­

band d i rector, hopes to present a better

U n iversity of Maine.

d ressed organ ization in the near future.

I n add ition to its usual pol i cy of play­

Under the leaders h i p of Gerry Holtz,

ing at a l l Sta te Series basketba l l games,

portun ity to play the more d ifficult scores and rece ive a more rounded musical experience.

C H E E R L E A Il E R S

First Row, left to right: Squire, S . Rees, M. Hurd, E . Levardsen, J . Kelby, L . Walker, D . B.

Forster.

Second

l e ft to right: P. C.

Bean,

Absent

V.

when

was taken: A. W. Gardiner.


The col lege year of 1 950 and 1 95 1 brought on extremely full and successfu l schedule to the Women's Athletic Asso­ ciation

On February 25, 1 950, a Sports Doy, devoted to

basketba l l and bad m inton, was held at Colby with Bates and Moine. Two of these Sports Days o re scheduled each year with each col l ege alternating as host. During the early port of March, 1 950, Carol Huntington, '51 and Susan Campbell, 52 attended the Women s Athletic

Four students excel led in various sports. Celia Phil brook,

Conference at Smith College. This conference was devoted

'5 1 ,

to discussions of such subjects as finances, ploydoys with

the Junior class, Ann Fairbanks became Waterv i l le Bowling

other col leges and community port1c1potion. On Moy 1 3, a ployday a t Moine was attended by fifteen Colby members of the W. A. A. and im mediately a fterwords

received her Notional A Basketba ll Roting, and from

Champ. The W. A A hos very h igh hopes for Al ice Colby, 53 ,

1n the Intercollegiate Telegraphic Archery Meet held

every spring. Alice broke the college record for the Junior

the W. A. A. hod its annual Field Day. Many ac 1vit 1es were

Col umbia Round this year. A member of the Freshman class,

schedu led, a mong them were tennis tournaments, open com­

Lesl ie Von Nostrand won the tennis tournament and was

petition for a rchery, on inter-doss t g of war and on inter­

a l so elected the Freshman representative to the W. A. A.

campus softba l l game. The outstanding event of the day

Other promising Freshmen ore: Mory H itch, skiing; Dorothy

was a Faculty-Studen

Nyman, ice skating; and Dorothy Forster, tennis.

softball game.


I n d e p e n d e n t s '

C o u n c i l

Absent when picture was taken: A. Thomson, B. Sullivan.

Currently i n its second a ctive yea r at Colby, the Inde足 pendents' Cou n c i l conti n u es in its pri m a ry fu nction as the representative agency for all m a l e students not affil iated with a fraternity on ca mpus. Th ree sen iors, two j u niors and two sophomores comprise the Cou n c i l i n add ition to two freshmen elected after fratern ity pledging i n March. This force a ffo rds to the students opportun ities they wou l d n ot h a v e h a d, s 1J c h as i ntra m u ra l athletic representation, and various social affa i rs. This yea r, the Council sponsored the " Bona parte's Retreat" n ig ht club dance, in add ition to several i n form a l Saturday n ight vie dances at the U n ion. Tutoring and c u rricu l a r help a re available upon request to a n yone; and " b u l l -sess ions", l i ke l ast year's, have been held. All i n a l l , the strength and u n ity engendered by the Council have p rovided a v a l u a b l e add ition to the Co l lege.

The lnterfraternity Council at Col by, is the governing boa rd of the social fraternities on cam pus. The Council consists of one representative from each house, usua l l y the Pres ident, and one member of the facu l ty, who holds the office of Secretary-Treasurer. Although the Cou ncil has d i rect g u ber足 natorial powers only with respect to the eight fraternities, it a l so acts as an advisory boa rd for other activ ities at Colby. Much of this year was spent i n revising the rush ing rules. Last year second semester pledg ing was introduced and proved to be a g reat success; however, there were a few problems that had to be i roned out and a few rules which had to be changed. It is bel ieved that these changes w i l l prove benefkial this year and in the years to come. Council President d uring the fi rst semester was Lee Prescott. Danny H a l l w a s t h e Council representative t o t h e Socia l Com m ittee and Sch uyler Mott was the delegate to the National l nterfratern ity Conference in New York. Professor Brown served once again as the Secretary-Treasurer.

INTERFRATER NITY

First Row, left to right: S . Mott, R . Creedon, B. Carswell, L . Prescott, F . Gavel, A. McMahon, D . Hall . Absent w h e n pic足 ture was taken: R. Gold足 smith.


CAP

Seated· P. Blalte S an ing, left to right C Burns, H R1tsher. 8 H 1 llson, Pre

1

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and

G 0WN

I n the Women's Division, election to Cop and Gown at the end of the j unior year is the h ighest genera l recogn ition and non-scholastic honor which con come to on undergraduate. Not more than seven members ore chosen by the g raduating mem bers of the society and by tradition ore topped a t the annual Recog n ition Assembly i n Moy. The purpose of the organization is, in port, to honor those students who have contri buted so much towards the betterment of the col lege com­ mun ity through their work with campus organiza­ tions. However, Cop and Gown does not merely recognize leadership, but g ives leadership on op­ portunity in which to contribute to the college. Cap and Gown 1s always on call to perform duties and services which will encourage participation in and support of col lege activities and to augment faculty­ student relations

The Blue Key Society of Colby College was instituted on the Mayflower H i l l campus in the foll of 1 948 as a mole counterpart to the women s Cop and Gown Society. Membership qual ifications for the Blue Key ore that a l l members be from the Senior class, be except1onol l y active in exlro-cumculor college work, display fine character, and hove on overage scholastic standing. I n the spring of their Sen ior year, the present mem bers of the society select their successors from the outstanding men of the Junior c lass. The purpose of this society 1s to prov ide entertoinmen for all visitors to the col lege, both athletic and otherwise, in order that they may ful ly appreciate the many features of i s campus and hove a close interest in the college. It a lso performs numerous other functions for the betterment of the col lege, such as ushering ot officia l col lege receptions and assisting in the superv1S1on of Arbor Doy prorects. This year's Blue Key Society hos been very active under the presidency of Don Merriam and the other seven members who ore· Dick Barto, Cl ifford Bean, Ed Bittor, Bob Connell, Pete Coney, Don Jacobs, and Bob Reid.

B LUE KEY L I to right· R Connell, R Reid. E B1 tar, T. fornam . C. Bean, P . Coney, R Barta. D Jacob


first Row , left t o right: E . Gair, P. Hussey, D. Andersen, N. Beveridge. Second Row , left to right: R. Kaplan, P. Coney, G. Lyford.

On the shoul ders of this yea r's Ski Coun c i l fe l l the job of continuing the great work done by last year's seniors who fostered the sport of skiing at Colby i n nearly all its aspects. The cou n c i l , i n its second yea r, was faced primarily with the job of fi n is h i n g the various projects at the ski a rea which had been conce ived and beg u n by such men as John Harriman, George Bowers and G. I . S m i th . Working with the va l ua ble experience of last year's problems a n d successes, and with the presence of men eq u a l l y as interested i n the sport of s k i i ng, the g ro u p took the chal lenge and is i n the m idst of a nother h i g h l y successfu l ski season. The year-round work continued with the c l ea r i ng and widen­ ing of the sl ope, the cutting of a new tra i l , and road i m prove-

A Girls' Ski C l u b was organ ized this yea r to sti m u l ate competitive skiing for women, not only here at Col by, but a l so in the State of Maine. The c l u b welcomes any Col by woman student interested in s k i i n g competitively; expertness is not re­ q u i red. The calendar for this year incl uded i n tra m u ra l races, Wi nter Carnival skiing even1·s, a n d a n informal meet with other Maine schools and col l eges. All those events that were held were here at Col by. The Club a l so entered the Golden Ski M eet on Bald Mounta i n at Orono, Maine. As the Club is not organ ized as a team, a l l meets were i nformal and on a n i n d i v i d u a l basis u n d e r t h e a uspices of t h e O u t i n g Cl ub.

ment. The Counci l was especia l l y ha ppy a bout the fi nishing of a bea utiful lodge and the complete rebu ilding and enlarge­ ment of an a l ready famous ski j u mp. Once again enthusiasm and hard work cha racterized these Col b y skiers as they worked themsel ves and led others in the development of a remarkable a rea. During the winter the main job was the running of the sl ope so that an ever i ncrea sing number of skiers cou l d enjoy i t. This i nvolved organ ization, the running of a ski patrol and main­ tenance of equipment. In spring, eyes were toward possibil ities of even more improvements and further development. The work i s far from done. Sti l l more time, money and l a bor will have to be expended, but the spirit of our skiers will continue this fine trad ition.


C O LBY

OUTING

CLUB

The traditional trek put on by the Outing Club during

hod been laid for the refinement and improvement of skiing

Freshman Week sta rted activities off full steam. Advantage

facil ities on the ski slope. Although at times it seemed l i ke

was token of the Great Pond Lodge while the pleasant

too much hod been undertaken, boi l ing wire and cold fingers

autumn weather lasted. An old-fashioned party was held,

pul led things together in time for the first skiable snow.

and the lodge shook with the square dances coi l ed by Pete

It seems i mpossi ble, upon looking bock, that the small crew

Coney. Hal loween was also celebrated at the Lodge, com­

of stalwarts l i ke Dick Vose, Mork Mordecai, Dono Andersen,

plete with apple dunking and a rood of horrors, thanks to

Don White, Woody Ga ir, Art Shu l k i n, Dick Kaplan, Geof

Beryl Baldwin.

Lyford, Don Grant, Tom Hunt, and "sometimes" Kori Roup

Mt. Kotohdin sent out 1 s usual fol l co l l and wos answered

could hove accompl ished so much. However, these people,

by thirty-two suspecting and unsuspecting dubbers. This year

joined by o large crew of irregulars on weekends, were able

for the first 1me, the trip was extended to three days and

to prov ide the slope with a new upper terminal and engine

two nights, giving the group a real chance to get to

house, a new trail, inside and outside planking of the ski

now

Maine's most morestic peak. A reception committee started

lodge, slope and frail clearance, on entirely new forty meter

out early on Friday morning led by Dick Kaplan and the

ski rump, and on improved access rood.

new Lyfords. Steaks were wailing for the rest of the crew

The short Mo ine spring shaded the studies and brought

when they arrived at base comp. Other highlights of the

out the bathing suits, pocks, fishing rods, and the newly

trip were two evenings of campfire singing and the placing

acquired C. 0. C. canoes.

of o Colby brick on top of Baxter Peak.

throughout the Belgrade Lakes and the close of on intensive

In the background of oil of hese oc ivities there worked o small, quiet group of year-round skiers. Ambitious plans

Fun and frolic was echoed

Outing Club year sent many Outing (lubbers away with fond memories of a full year.

KATAHDIN COUNCIL - First Row, left to right: P. Coney, M . Sargent, R . Kaplan, G. Lyford, C . Cook, D. Andersen.

Second Row, l e f t to right: B . Best, P . Hussey, G. Haselton, J . Edwards, R . Birch, J. Cammann.


W I N T E R

C A R N I V A L 1951

Betty Levardsen

Bev Baker

Chaplain Osborne

Q ueen Betty Winkler

May Ricker

Tay Veevers

A nother year has passed! Another Winter Carnival week足

land favorite. Interm ittent breaks at the u psta i rs N ight C l u b

end has gone. But this year's was q u i te d i fferent from those

setting held t h e interest of those w h o preferred to sit a n d

of other t i mes.

l isten.

Everything was planned; everything was

rea dy for the biggest and most festive occasion of the wi nter season.

Everything except Old Man Wi nter's usual con足

tri bution - S N OW.

With all the Ski Events being "washed out", the Fra足 ternities ca me forth and participated in a h i l a r ious version of the Rum Runners Race on Johnson Pond.

The fickle

But it took more than a snowless setting to dull the

weather was again the only d issenter as Saturday, a beautifu l

i nterest that had been built up i n Carnival weekend. M iss

spring-l i ke day, brought forth memories of the old Spring

Betty W i n k l er, chosen by her m a l e a d m i rers to be Queen

Fling.

for the weekend, was crowned i n an i m pressive outdoor

After see ing the Col by Mules i n v ictorious action against

ceremony su rrounded by her very charming cou rt and student

M. I . T., the weekenders adjourned to either the informal

wel l -wishers.

Sock Dance or to the various Fraternity Open-Houses held

The Carnival Ba l l was the outstanding h i g h l ig ht for every足 one as m ore than six h u nd red people da nced to and enjoyed the va ried m us i c by Ted Herbert and his ba nd, a New Eng-

throughout the ca mpus. The 1 95 1 ed ition of Winter Carnival ended on Sunday, sti l l snowl ess, but sti l l an overwhe l m i ng success.


The Outing Club Ski Area, considered by many the most remarkable student contribution to Colby in a material sense, hod i ts conception, birth, and completion in the four years since 1 947. As a resu lt we toke particular interest in 1t since we hove been able o watch it develop and be o port of the building of it. The story, though short as 1s our own, is not without its legends and toles. Its founders, a bunch of skiing screwbal l s, were the most amazing aggregate that was ever i nvolved i n a single pro1ect. It was through these i mmorta ls that, four years ago, we of ' 5 1 were exposed to the idea of o ski slope at Colby. It wos merely a dreom that year, sti l l in the planning stage. We would sit wide-eyed at chow and hear Johnny Harriman tel ling of chalets, choir-l ifts, and Olympic ski j umps that wou ld soon be ours while we soothed our legs ofter the endless climbs. But as Winter turned o Spring and we forgot the joys of snow, the masterminds still planned. When the Fal l of our sophomore year rol led around, the picture took on ono her aspect. Our freedom was encroached upon, for nothing short of death itself was on excuse to keep us from cu ting shrubs, clearing trails, and catching poison ivy. I n two months we hod a converted ice cream truck for a motor, 3000 feet of rope, and a slope ready to go. We also hod o lot of blisters. The coming of win er brought our first taste of what was coming, and a reword. With the element of wal king gone, the number of skiers doubled and the one-hme dream become a poying proposition. The Mutual Adm ira tion Society was formed (otherwise known as the Ski Counci l), and soon things were orgonized--ofter o fashion. Unfortunately for the Deportment of Buildings and Grounds and the merchants of Waterv i l le, George Bowers was impressed with Swiss resorts and as a result ta l ked everything but the

shirts off people's bocks lo get the materials to build a lodge. At the some time Geo! Lyford got a ir-sick and decided Colby needed a jump. Both were finished by the winter of our junior year and Vose and Mordecai , the Opportunists, were sel l ing coffee and candy, the ski team was winning meets, the slope was 1ammed on ski days, and we were proud of it a l l . This, o u r lost year, was o n im provement year. The tow terminal was moved and better placed, and we lost the title of the longest rope tow in the state. Vose a nd Mordecai flunked football, ployed house oil fo l l, and real l y trimmed up the Lodge. Gene Pel letier worked off his chemica l frustrations and cut a new trail The gals, headed by Joyce Edwards, pointed murals in he Lodge; and the 1umpers, envious of the new record of some 465 feet in Europe, built a new jump. The only question that remains is why hasn't the Athletic Deportment installed a candy mochine2 Snow was shy this year but the area stands as o symbol of hard work, good fun and achievement. We have enjoyed the many hours of sk11ng and the companionsh ip of the bui ld­ ing Many hove never gone out and some perhaps hove been out too much. Regardless of our position we can feel proud of our s i area and our c lass' contribution.


S I G M A

p I

S I G M A

Left to right : H . Gray, V. Bryant, M . Preston , B. Mack, R. Tomkins, H . Fales, J. Keough.

D E L T A

P H I

A L P H A

Left to right: Professor Either, P. White, G. Tomlins, G. Tibolt, M. Reiker, M. Austin, Professor Schmidt.


F R E N C H

C L U B

Fust Row. left o righ t : E Lehtonen, H . Conroy, K. Parle.er, P. Whitcomb, H Danas, J. Hallee. Second Row, left to right: S. F redette, M Downey, E Bittar, G. Toml ins. G Wa hington Third Row, left to right : W. Ward. J Krussell G Tibolt, P Chahbaz1, Professor Schm idt, T. Sum mers, Pro fessor Btther, A Schm llt, P White

G E R M A N

C L U B

First Row, left to right P. Belcher, P. Whitcomb, G. Washington. N. Halo, S. Webster, E Cu hman. Second Row, left lo right : M. Guiney, B. Wentworth, J Hal lee, E. Lehtonen, C. Parle.er, J. Amott, A . Colby, Third Row, left to right: T. Johnson, P. White, P. Chahbazi, A. Berger, M. L Corrigan.


P a nhellenic Council First Row, left t o right: N . Nelson, H . Campbell, A. Morrison, B . Jellerson. Second Row , left to right: B. Baker, B. Cush­ man, S . Rice. Absent when picture was taken: J . Drew.

Library Associates First Row , l e f t to right : G. Tomlins, M. Bracy, ) . C o w i e , H. Conroy, A . Colby, J . Hallee. Second Row , left to right: P. Chahbazi, M . Pierce, B. Wentworth, A. Hawkes.

Social C o m m ittee First Row, left to right: S. Rice, D. Hall, C. Huntington, M. Austin, S. Campbell, J . Leslie, M. Wechsler, H. Simon, C. l:lurns, S . Mott.


G e o l og y Club firs Row le!t t o righ P Dow H Ritsher. D Miller . D. Hailer Sec· ond Ro· • le. to riah T Crossman, G Collins, J Hu9bes Third Row , le! to n ht· R S re1c , Professor Koons, H Ros­ boro gh. Fourth Row , left to right· J. Cra'.rlo:-d

D e b ating Club A

Red Cross

I t to n9ht· H . Eastman, Martin , P. K1lm1ster.


Sports


First Row, left to right: R. Cannell, C. Harrington, G. Wales, G. Armstrong, R. Billington, R. V errengia, H. Fraser, Co­ captain R. Gabriel, Coach Holmer, Co­ captain W. Whiteley, P. Billings, T. Parker, R. Vose, J. Ratoff, W. Hayes, R. Lannan. Second Row, left to right: Assistant Coach Flamish, Manager E. Gross, C. Johnson, G. Murphy, R. Reed, R. Olson, E. Fraktman, K. Reichert, A. Lamont, J. Bernard, R. Kiernan, R. Hawes, T. Crossman, Assistant Coach Corey, Assistant Coach Roundy. Third Row, left to right: G . Pirie, G. Fraser, G. Wasserberger, N. Sarris, L. Ferra­ gouzi, R. Morton, H. Baldwin, J. Hollis, A. Hibbert, J. Keith, J. Jabar, H. Jabar.


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While war thundered ominously in the distance and bass drums boomed monotonously in the wee hours of the morning, Colby moved into a football era. Something new and vastly different - spirit, you might call it - permeated the frosty atmosphere. Manifested by cheering, no longer formal and perfunctory, that spirit echoed and re-echoed o ver the campus on each successive Saturday, victory or no. The over-all record (4-3) wouldn't have impressed the objective ob­ server, although it was the best any Mule grid team had amassed since the war - the other one, that is. What did impress was a clu b that looked good even while losing and a student body that appreciated the fact. The Mules, laclcing an experienced quarterback. bowed gracefully to Amherst in the season's opener, 1 3-0. Offensively. they were as po­ tent as granni e's afternoon tea: but defensively, in the first half at least, they kicked like gramp's home brew. Amherst left the field at half-time with a -4 yards gained on the ground. Ted Parker, Bob Kiernan, and Jim Bernard were the biggest rocks in the Colby stone wall. But the loss of Ed Fralctman, Dick Ver­ rengia, and Co- Captain Will White­ ley. due to injuries. constituted a major misfortune. and the Lord Jeffs returned in the second canto with two quick T.D.'s. C. C. N. Y. made a scenic trip to Mayflower Hill and probably en­ j oyed everything but the game. They ran into a Colby outfit at full Btrength. piloted by veteran George wa1.. who switched over from full-

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back. With everyone looking like All-Americans, the Mules bombed the Beavers, 47-6. Ray Billington tallied three times, while Johnny Ja­ bar, Chet Harrington. Ed Fraktman, and Bob Morton each added a T.D. Rod Howes and Will Whiteley kicked a few extra points. Northeastern boasted an unblem­ ished record and the best Husky team in years. Except for a Mule defensive platoon that wouldn't budge near their own goal, the Beantown boys might have contin­ ued undefeated. But Whiteley and Howes reared up like demons in the proverbial goal post shadows and thwarted two N. U. threats from inside the ten. Colby's only score came on a flashy sustained drive of sixty-five yards midway in the sec­ ond quarter. Billington and Jahar did the brunt of the ball- carrying to the Husky sixteen, whereupon Wales pitched a lu-lu to Cannell for the climax. Co-Capfain Bob Gabriel pulled a David-Goliath against the husky Huskies with his offensive

blocking. Despite the fact that the Boston papers made the game sound all Northeastern, the score remained 6-0, our favor. U the season had ended with the Trinity game, we might still be cele­ brating. The Hilltoppers rolled into Waterville with press clippings stick­ ing out of their ears. Nobody ex­ pected the Mules to win except the Mules themselves, and nobody lis­ tened to them anyway. But, as every Colby man remembers and will continue to remember as long as admiration for guts and spirit still lives, they did win-decisively. The lone Mule tally came in the second period after Whitely and Bob Can­ nell had ground Trinity's Dick Nissi to an unassuming pulp and recov­ ered an ensuing fumble. On the next play, Billington bolted around right end on a pitchout from Wales: he scored, untouched. Play from there on fluctuated indecisively, with Colby usually dominating. But Trin­ ity, in their desperate attempts to extend their vidory skein to twelve


straight. found themselves with a first down on the Colby six with two minutes to play. Those in the stands who dared to look saw the Hilltop足 pers advance to the three in two plays, then score-only to have the T.D. nullified by a back-in-motion penalty. Set back to the eight, they advanced to the four; but on their final effort, George Pirie raced in to nail the ball carrier for a loss. When the game ended moments later, the Parents' Day crowd swarmed onto the field like a swarm of Indians in a Western at the Opera House. Pur足 due had their bonfires and we had our No Pants Parties. Possibly the let-down after the Trinity game or the bruises sus足 tained therein were partially respon足 sible for Colby's loss to Bowdoin. In any case, only at times did the Mule defensive unit display its previous impenetrability. Bowdoin scored twice before the Mules realized they were in a ball game. The Blue and Gray struck back fast, however, with a sustained drive that ended happily when Herb Jabar scored on a pitchout. Howes' conversion was successful. A few moments later, Mr. H. J. added another tally by in-


tercepting a Polar Bear fiat-pass and streaking sixty-five yards unmolest­ ed. Howes attempted conversion failed, and that ended the scoring for the home forces. The Mules did cross the goal once in the second half on a pass from Wales to Har­ rington, but a penalty nullified the play. In the meantime, Bowdoin scored twice. The final bad news:

26- 1 3. The rain at the Maine game might have been more bearable iJ the Mules hadn't been snowed. But the weather drowned the passing attack along with our hopes for a State Series Championship. Maine took advantage of every Mule mistake and had them down, 1 3-0, at half­ time. Colby roared back early in the third period with a T.D.-Wales to Fraktman. Maine grew angry at that indiscretion. added two more scores to wind it up, 26-7. The Mules sorely missed injured John Ratoff and Will Whiteley. Although anti-climactic, the Bates game supplied a few thrills. Chet Harrington sent a booming sixty­ four-yard punt to the Bobcat one, and after the Gamet kicked out to the twenty-seven, Ray Billington chugged around left end for the score. Rod Howes converted. Bates tallied on a safety, blocking Har­ rington's punt. which Wales recov­ ered in the end zone. Their only T.D . • set up b y a fifteen-yard pen­ alty, came in the third period on a forward pass and ensuing lateral. In the final stanza, Wales' deadly arm tossed two for scores; one to Cawley, one to Fraktman. Rod Howes converted once and the scoreboard read Colby 20, Bates 8. After the season. Rod Howes placed on two AU-New England teams and two All-Maine teams. Ed Cawley placed as offensive end on the coaches' AU-Maine outfit, while Bob Cannell and Chet Harrin gton were chosen defensive end and quarterback, respectively. At the fall sports banquet, the lettermen elected Dick Verrengia Captain for ' 5 1 and chose Harrin g ­ ton for the Most Valuable Player Award. Biggest news of the season, bar­ ring the Trinity upset. was Walt Hol­ mer's resignation and Nels Corey's appointment as head football coach.


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First Row, left to right · A. White, A. Hibbert. R. Hawes, P. Phillip, Captain W. Finegan, T. Shiro, J. Jabar, S. Welson, G . Pirie.

Second Row, left to right : S. Pike,

R. Shaw, K. Gray, R. Gordon, R. Nagle, J . Crawford, T. Lallier, T. Weigand, B. Wall, F. Piacentini, W. John­ son, Coach Williams.

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Opposed to the mixed feel­ ings as to the potentiality of the 1 950 basketball team at the be­ ginnin g of the season, the cry of "wait until this season" bad real meaning for all of us. Under Lee Williams, the spirit of the club has improved from the day of his ar­ rival. Speculation ran rampant as t o what he could produce in 1 95 1 with the return of the vet­ erans plus the new tall talent. It might be that the 1 95 1 team would be the one to put Colby high in the sports limelight. Long before the Mules football squ ad had quit the gridiron for the 1 9 5 1 season, Lee had the bas­ keteers on the Door for an even better team than last year's, as good as it was. We were all pleased to see that Colby had as­ sumed some national recognition by being named one of the top 1 00 teams by Stanley Woodward, noted sports writer, in his "Basket­ ball- 1 95 1 ." Coupled with this dis­ tinction, Woodward also named our great guard, Teddy Shiro, among the top fifty players in the

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East. Everyone was optimistic toward this new team to which would be annexed the faultless sophs who had piled up an unde­ feated thirteen-game season with their dub. under Eddie Roundy. With these considerations in mind, we all looked forward to the opening exhibition games with Farmington State Teachers Col­ lege as a preview to the State Series. Both games with Farmington were, as everyone expected, easy wins. On their court, the score was 58-44, while the final tally in the fieldhouse was a repeat of the last year's record score, 89-36. Lee used his reserves as a two pla­ toon system: the short. fast men to run the teachers ragged, and the lanky boys to dump in the points. Next on the schedule was Bow­ doin, which we felt would be the real test because of the addition of a bevy of sophomores to their roster. This game turned out to b e one of the few disappointments of the year as the Polar Bears

1 9 5 1

handed us our first defeat, 56-47. Poor rebounding and passing were suggested as reasons but a shooting average of 22 % didn't help either. The second State Series contest before the Christ­ mas holidays was at Bates where the Mules, still smarting from the Bowdoin tussle, roared to a 70-50. This was the game where the sophs came to the fore with Lal­ lier and Nagle controlling the boards and Piacentini scoring 1 5. Captain Finnegan racked up 1 2 t o place high in the scoring col­ umn. We were hosts to the Uni­ versity of Maine for our first home game of the State Series. The field house was jammed and ex­ cited. The enthusiasm faded, how­ ever, as the game got under way, because the first half, besides be­ ing dull and full of fouls, left the Colby quintet eight down. Some­ thing happened in the second stanza, however, because the same team charged back to take a ten-point lead in ten minutes in one of the most thrilling come­ backs we've ever seen. With the


final buzzer Colby was out in front. 56-49: We left the fieldhouse pleased at the win and the thought of two weeks' vacation As we sped home for Post­ Office duty or Christmas shop­ ping, the White Mules headed West on a trip which, although not too successful regarding the win and loss column, did much to prove that Colby was becoming stronger in basketball circles. Brown, in the first of the seven contest, went down in the last ninety seconds of play, 6 1 -58, as Ted Shiro dumped a set and a lay-up to pull the Colby five from behind. Piacentini was again high scorer, racking up sixteen, with Finnegan and Shiro close behind with fourteen apiece. Na­ gle was credited with twenty-six rebounds and thirteen points for his best night of the season so far. The next four tilts were losses for the Mules although a few of the scores were close. Providence won 76-62, in a game that was close until the last four minutes.

The University of Connecticut won by five, 66-6 1 . and Rochester was the victor, 73-64. At Akron, the Colby five was edged out by one point. 68-67. Shiro hit for twenty and Jabar an.d Piacentini dumped in eleven apiece, but still it wasn't enough. Next they took on Bowl­ ing Green, still hot from a win over Holy Cross the night before, and the contest ended in their favor, 79-53. The last game of the trip ended on a happier note for the Mule cagers as they whipped Buffalo, 76-56. Teddy was terrific as he scored twenty­ eight. second highest of any Col­ by player. Piacentini stayed up there with twenty-one for the night. The trip was over but we all felt that the team had learned many valuable lessons and would return a much sharper, experi­ enced club, ready to better their 50 % win mark. After returning to the books, we watched the Mules down Wesleyan, 74-63, in a game that showed a great improvement in the team; especially Ted Lallier, who was very smooth under the boards and netted eleven points. Shiro pleased the crowd with several ball steals and was top scorer for the night with twenty­ one. Springfield was the next victim in the fieldhouse as Colby

stopped the Gymnasts, 69-58. This game saw the first five more or less established as Shiro, Ja­ bar, Lallier, Piacentini, and Na­ gle, a combination which was the best for the remainder of the sea­ son. Piacentini hit for twenty-six, a new high for him. The Mules were poor hosts to Bowdoin as they showed that their first en­ counter was a mistake by beat­ ing the Bears, 73-59. This win made four straight and we moved into a first place tie in the State Series race. Gorham State Teach­ ers College was an easy mark, and the scoring high was upped to 93-63. Lallier was high with eighteen. At Maine, the Mules romped 85-57, annexing the sec­ ond win for the season. Shiro upped his mark to twenty-eight, while the rest of the scoring was pretty well distributed among Welson, Nagle, Lallier, Jabar, and succumbed Bates Fraktman. again, 89-60, and Boston Univer­ sity was powerless in an 82-64 contest which saw Colby's depth as one of the winning factors. Providence was the next visitor and the matchless Mules tasted sweet revenge as the Friars were whipped, 77-64. As an added feature, Ted Shiro scored the one thousandth point of his college career and went on to net twenty­ five for the evening. This contest made ten straight, a streak that was almost cut off at Durham as the Wildcats held our cagers im­ potent for the first half. The aroused Mules began to kick in the second half, however, piling up 85 as against 64 for U. N. H. The State Series title was clinched as we again mastered Bowdoin on their home court, 8 1 Winter Carnival 72. A snowless . was brightened by a win over M. I. T. in a slow game that was made more interesting by the breaking of the individual single season scoring record, formerly held by Tubby Washburn, by Ted Shiro when he hit twenty-six for a 4 1 6 total. In the final home game, all scoring records were broken as the Colby basketeers, in their smoothest performance,


massacred the University of Maine, 1 0 1 -63. Lallier, the slender Soph. now a vastly improved cen­ ter, reached a climax by hitting thirty-three. Phil Phillip provided the top thrill of the rout by heav­ ing in a one-hander from half­ court fifty-seven seconds from the final gun. Seniors Finnegan, Shiro, and Welson collected ten. nineteen, and six points respec­ tively to acquit themselves ad­ mirably for their last game in the fieldhouse. The attempted freeze by Bates in the last Series contest in order to hold down the high­ scoring Mules proved unavailing as our cagers thawed them out.

6 1 -3 1 . St. Anselms ended the winning skein at fourteen in the Boston Garden. Colby held the lead all the way until the two-minute mark in which an excellent freeze led by Phillip, Shiro. and Jabar. was broken through by the Hawks who tied it up at the horn. The Mules didn't have it in the overtime with Jabar. Lallier, and Piacentini benched via the foul route, and the Saints edged us, 75-70. A loss to Tufts by a one­ point margin, 73-72. and a victory the next evening from Northeas­ tern. in a game which saw Dick Hawes net eighteen from the cen­ ter slot, brought to a close the most successful season for a Colby basketball team in the his­ tory of the school. or of the state for that matter. Basketball is now sidelined in anticipation of spring sports. This year's team will not b e forgotten for a long time to come. Congrat­ ulations to Lee Williams who bas again brought us a championship club. Congratulations, also, to those who played on the club. With the advent of another unde­ feated freshman squad, we look forward to continued success in 1 952.


Despite cold weather and wet playing fields in early spring practice, Coach Ed Roundy and the Colby Mules started off the 1 950 season in an impressive style, beating highly-favored Yale in the opener, 6-2. They followed this with a 3-2 victory over Trinity College, and returned home from the short Southern trip favored to take the State Series. Back on home ground they con­ tinued their winning ways, beat­ ing Suffolk University, 6-3, in the first game ever played on new Coombs Field. Jim Keefe, winning pitcher and backbone of Roundy's pitching staff. christened the right field fence with a game-winning home run. Bates edged the Mules at Lewis­ ton, 4-3, in the State Series open­ er, but the Roundymen bounced right back and shaded Maine, 2- L the following day. Bowdoin and Bates invaded Colby terri­ tory, and both emerged victors, crushing Mule hopes for the State Series Flag. The team headed south to Bos­ ton, where they split two games, losing to Boston College, 9-2, and beating Northeastern University, 1 4-8. Upon returning home they dropped an.other to Bowdoin and one to M. I. T., but finished the season by slaughtering Maine, 1 4-3. Captain Normie White, veteran backstop, was shifted to the hot corner early in the season, and proceeded to prove that there, as well as behind the plate, he was one of the best ball players in the state. He was voted Most Valu­ able Player, and became the sec­ ond man to win the Edward C. Roundy Trophy. George Wales was unanimously elected Captain for the 1 9 5 1 season. S C H E D U L E

First Row, left to right: J. Keefe, H. G askill, D. Silverman, L. Poliquin, Second Row, left to right: G . Wales, G. Armstrong, C . . Harrington, White, T. Shiro, R. Grant, J. Jabar. Th ird Row, left to nght: Coach Gavel, W . Russell, J . ' Carey, M. Ly ons, A. White, C . Bloomfield, Kirstein.

R. BilliJ?- gton. Captain A. Roundy, F. Manager H .

F O R 1 9 5 0 Opp. Colby

4 University of Maine (Ex.) S 7 6 Bowdoin (Ex.) 2 Ycle 6 2 3 Trinity 3 6 Suffolk University 4 3 Bates University of Maine 2 1 7 3 Bates 6 3 Bowdoin 8 14 Northeaster n 9 2 Boston College 1 1 0 Bowdoin 9 12 M . I . T. University of Maine 11 3 Season's Record: 7 Wins - 7 Losses


Coach Nels Corey, in his second year as

V� oll�

head coach of hockey, piloted the White Mules

1 950- 1 9 5 1

to one of the most successful seasons in the history of Colby Hockey. The Mules, with only a week's practice, opened the season at Amherst during Christ­ mas vacation, and came up with a 5-5 draw. Games with A. L C. and M. I. T. were cancelled, and Colby opened at home on the new rink, whipping University of New Hampshire, 7-5. Archie Armstrong turned the hat trick and, with Wales, Laliberte. Hall. and Carey, pro­ vided the punch that downed the Wildcats. Norwich University. out for revenge of last year's game when the Mules broke up an un­ defeated season, took Colby, 3- 1 .

The Mules

bounced back, however, and took Tufts Col­ lege. 6-4.

Wales turned the h at trick in this

one, and Keyes, Bailey. and Hall scored.

S C H E D U L E

f O R

The Mules continued their winning ways an d beat Maine, 6-5.

Losing two. one to Middle­

bury, 5- 1 0, and one to Norwich, 3-5, the Mules

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Opp

Amher t

5

s

Uni •er i y of New Hampshire

7

again came back and dumped Bowdoin. 7-3.

s 3

orwich

They journeyed to Boston for the final game

Tult

6

4

of the season, and whipped Tufts for a second

University of M me

6

s 10

time, 4-3, in a thrilling overtime finish. Colby.

1ddleb ry

s

down 3 - 1 going into the third period. tied the

orw1ch

3

s

game on goals by Bailey and Lamprey. Bailey

Bowdoin

7

3

repeated late in the overtime period to clinch

s

4

3

the game for the Mules.

Tuft

The record for the

season was six wins, three losses, and one tie.

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3

(Overhm Record 6 W i n

- 3 Losses

-

1 Tie

First Row, l e ft o right: A. Armstrong, R . Bailey, R Laliberte, D. Hall. G. Wales, R. Staple . Sec­ ond Row, left to righ · R. Wallace, I. Winer, R . K e y s, R Tyler, J. Corey, L. Lamprey. B. Laliberte, Coach N. Corey.


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First Row, left to righ t : G. Lyford, E. Gair. Second Row, left to right: R. Howes, Coach Howe, D. Andersen, D. White, P. Co ney, K. Sawyer, J. Bernard, R. E. Lee.

From a skier's point of view, this

meter jump.

This year also saw the

winter was the worst in many years.

Ski Team raised to varsity status and

In spite of the lack of local snow, the

the establishment of both a Freshman

Ski

Ski Team and a Women's Ski Club.

Team

traveled

to Ryndonsville,

Rumford, Berlin, and Andover for some

The team will lose Captain Woody

The Carnival Inter­

Gair, Pete Coney, and Geof Lyford,

collegiate Meet had to be called off,

who, along with Soph Don White, have

as well as the first All-State Secondary

done most of the placing in this year's

School Meet

meets.

very fine meets.

These

to

be

held

disappointments

somewhat

by

the

at

were

Colby. offset

appointment

of

Rod Howes has improved his

jumping this year,

and

along with

Dana Andersen, Jim Bernard, and sev­

"Chig" Howe as full-time ski coach,

eral Freshmen, will add strength to

and the completion of the new forty-

next year's team.


Traclc at Colby in 1 950 was brightened by the fact that the Mules won all three dual meets by decisive margins. The quadrangular meet at Vermont ended with the Mules being edged out of second place by a narrow margin. Leaders in the scoring department were Bob Brownell, who turned in outstanding performances in the 44-yard dash. low hurdles and broad jump; Captain Dick Pullen, who excelled in the half mile and high hurdles; Art McMahon, who specialized in the hammer and discus throws, and Don Sanderson. who added his strength in the j avelin and shot put. Other consistent scorers, who turned in creditable performances, were Bob Lib bey, Skip Norden. Dick Chamberlain, Bob Morton, Don Merriam, George Gillen, Ed Martin, Geof Lyford, and Al Thompson. The fact that eighteen cindermen were awarded varsity letters gives conclusive evidence of the balance which Coach Keefe had at his dis­ posal. Even brighter loom the prospects for 1 9 5 1 since most of the last year's lettermen will be returning and will be further bolstered by the presence of such outstanding sophomores as Roger Montgomery, Sey­ mour Bibula, "Whitey" Johnson, and Ted Lallier. Art McMahon was elected Captain for the 1 950- 1 95 1 season. The 1 9 5 1 indoor track activity was centered around the varsity one­ mile relay team, which entered and turned in highly favorable times against other New England colleges in the Knights of Columbus and B. A . A . meets in the Boston Garden, and the IC4A meet in Madison Square Garden in New York. Members of the relay team were: Roger Montgomery, George Lebherz, "Whitey" Johnson. Seymour Bibula, and "Stretch" Burnham. Montgomery also entered the SO-yard dash in these meets and placed high among the national champions. Lettermen for the 1 950 season in varsity competition were: Dick Pullen, Art McMahon. Bob Brownell, Clifford Bean. Bob Libbey. Skip Norden, Jake Powell, Bob Hooper, Bob Morlon. Don Merriam, George Gillen. Ed Martin, Geof Lyford, Don Sanderson, Al Thompson, George Whitney, and Dave Miller.

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E D U L E 1 02 1'2 94 72 bury 373�

F O R 1 9 5 0 orwich 23 1'2 Bates 4 1 Bryant 54 V rmont 78 1,'2

Bates 1 4 1/z

F irst Row, left to nght G Whit­ ney, R . Hooper. E. Martin, W Cushman, C. Bean, F. Norden, R orion, R Chamberlain Second flow. left to righ t : M Ronayne, D Sanderson, R Libby, G Lyford, D. M e rriam, R Brownell, G Giffin. J Powell, R Spaulding Thud Row, left 10 right. Manager S West. R. Bowen, M . S tone, A Mc­ Mahon, C. Curhs. M . Thompson, Captain R Pullen, F. Burnham , D M iller, W. M iller, R Wallace, Coach Kee fe.


Final scores in golf are often not a good indication of the close足 ness of the individual matches which make up the team total. This is the story of the 1 950 Mule season which saw Colby produce a far better team than the final score seems to show. Handicapped by poor Spring weather, the Mules started badly on the Boston trip, though only in the match with New England Champions, Boston College, were they outclassed. State Series play produced wins over Bates and Bowdoin, but a double loss to the strong Maine team. Bud McGra.t h, number one man for two seasons, ended his col足 legiate career by winning the state crown at the Augusta Coun足 try Club. McGrath and Captain Frank Jones were the only regu足 lars lost through graduation, so Captain-Elect Pete Whitelaw and new Coach Carroll Abbott will have four lettermen on which to build the 1 95 1 team. With the right break from the weatherman, the coming season will see a solid and experienced club able to carry Colby to the top in New England college golf.

First Row, left to right: H . Wiley, M. Basseches, P. Kilmister. Second Row, left to right: H . McGrath, Captain F. Jones, G. Whitelaw, B. Pearson.

S C H E D U L E

F O R

1 9 5 0

Colby l llz

Boston University S liz

Colby 0

Boston College 7

Colby 1 *Colby 41/2 *Colby S liz Colby 9 Colby 311z Colby 3 CoJby 1

*Exhibition

M. I. T. 9 Maine 51/2

Bates 11z Bowdoin 0 Tufts S liz Bates 6 Maine 8


First Row, left t o righ t ¡ E. Whi tney, R . Bowers, A. Blackman. Second Row, lef to right: Manager S Fox, Captain N. Everts, P Lowery, Coach Birge.

<'/ďż˝ 1950 Last season showed great improvement in the Colby squad.

Paced by two vidories, the racketeers gave an

S E ASON'S RECORD

impressive showing throughout the season.

Evidence of

Colby 4

Boston University S

this was their many close scores,

twice by a

Colby 1

Tufts 8

losing

margin of one point. Constant

competition

Colby-M

among

the players kept

positions open for changes before each match.

most Spirit

Colby 3

I. T. (Cancelled) University of Maine 6

Colby 9

Bates 0

Colby I

Bowdoin 9

Bud

Colby 6

Tufts 3

Everts who, for the second consecutive year, captured

Colby 4

Bates S

Colby 2

Universit y of Maine 7

was high throughout the club and is expected to reach a new high this year. Special

mention

should

be

given

to

Captain

the State Intercollegiate Singles Championship of Maine. Bud also had a very impressive season, winnin g seven and losing only two, one loss of which was to Hebb of Bowdoin, whom he later beat in the State Finals. The team looks forward to greater depth by on-coming Freshmen and a fine season in '5 1 .


First Row, left to right: Manager G. Barton, C. Windhorst, R. Forniciari, T. Tanoni, A. Yanuchi, R. Shearin, D. Killeen, T. Turchon, M. Mathieu, F. King. Second Row, left to right: Coach Flamish, T. Resler, A. Tabar, R. Noonan, R. Beatty, R. Whiting, R. Kerr, T. Davis, E. Coulet, F. Sleeper, W. Gannon, T. Parks, W. Ames. Third Row, left to right : R. Alpert, R. Vorhees, W. Edson, P. Farrell, G. Floyd, R. Kilborne, R. Hudson, R. Blacker, L. Niles.

Freshman sports started off auspiciously this year with a power­ laden football team which was undefeated, untied, and unscored upon. They rolled over all opponents with such consummate ease that Varsity Coach Nels Corey can hardly wait for 1 9 5 1 . Outstanding on the offen­ sive line were Jim Parks, Tony Yannuchi, and Bob Hudson, while Gene Floyd an.d Charley Windhorst shone in the offensive backfield.

On

defense, Jonny Resseler and Don Kileen on the line and Jack Jannoni, Dick Fomiciari and Dick Noonan backing up, were impenetrable. When these boys are sophomores, Colby's star should shine more brightly.

SEASON'S RECORD: Colby 21

Higgins Classical 0

Colby 12

M. C. I. 0

Colby 57

Bridgeton Academy 0

Colby 39

Hebron Academy 0


With a winnin g streak of thirteen games held over from 1 950. the freshman basketball team continued to rule all opponents. Blessed with a wealth of experienced talent, Coach Ed Roundy has experim�nted with various combinations,

all

proving

effective.

Guard

Gene Floyd can b e counted on as a scorer. Dick Jones gives rebound strength at center. Tony Jabar, Aubrey Keefe, and Chuck Frazer are more names of note and the whole team lends

brightness

to

next

year's

basketball

SE ASO ¡ s RECORD: Colby 6 1

Colby 70

Colby 63

Husson Business College 47

Colby 7 1

H i ggins Classical 56

Colby 70

Aroostook State

ormal 52

Colby 73

M . C. I. 5 1

Colby 89

Ba e. Freshmen 65

Colby 64

picture.

Portland Boys' Club 56

Coburn Classical 63

Hebron Academy 47

Colby 86

Por land University 47

Colby 58

Coburn Clas 1cal 43

Colby 69

Portland Junior College 37

First R o w , l e f t 10 right : P. Haley, R. Jones, A . Jabar, A . Keef , R. Thurston, C. Fraser, G. Floyd, R. Alpert. Second Row, left to right: Coach Roundy, D. Harrington, D Woodbridge, B Levow, H Pearson, D. Mobi , R

B rns. B. Ed on, A. Joseph, G. K ene. Manager C Dorn1sh.


First Row, l e ft to righ t : H. Cates, R. Beatty, J. King, J. Jannoni, R. Ullman.

Second Row,

l eft to right : P. Fishbin, R. Sherrin, P. Larraber, W. Hayes, D. Wallingford, R. Kerr, H. Baxter. Absent when picture was taken: M. Cloutier.

Continuing the pattern of an all-conquering freshman sports squad, the frosh hockey team won its first two games, 2- L against Waterville and 1 3-5 against Kents Hill. The first line was centered by Jack Jan­ noni with Howie Cates and Dick Ullman at the wings. The defense men were Russ Kerr, Dick Beatty, and Maurice Clou­ tier. Wes Hayes did the coach­ ing and under his tutelage an­ other successful freshman team went into the records. Colby 2 Colby 1 0 Colby 1 3 Colby 1

Coburn Classical 0

Under Lee Williams' coaching and led by the pitching of Fraktman, Andrews, and Nagle, Colby's freshman baseball team went through the middlle and Colby had it. To aug­ ment a good pitching staff they had Tracy and Fitzgibbons alternating behind the plate. Phil Phillip and Frank Haus at short and second and Klinzman in center field. Sup­ porting this middle strength were George Pirie at third, Grey at first, and Judson and Southwick rounding out the outfield. The frosh were everything their record indicates. When the pitching faltered, the team hit, and when the hitters failed, they had good pitching. The baseball team continued an undefeated streak for the frosh that started with the basketball season of 1 950 and is, at this writing,

M. C. l. 5

still going.

Husson College 0

Colby Colby

Higgins Classical 4

Colby

Hebron Academy 4

Colby 1 3 Colby

6

Colby 20 Colby

9

Colby 26 Colby

8

Colby 1 6

Waterville 1 Kents Hill 2 Kents Hill 5 Bowdoin 3

Coburn Classical 6 M. C. I. 0 Northeastern Business College 2 P. J. C. 2 M. C. I. 0

First Row, left to right: H . Andrews, L. Tracey, R. Stimson, P. Apple­ baum, W. Fitzgibbons, L. Lamprey, I. Judson. left to Row, S econd right: G. Pirie, B. South­ wick, K. Robinson, R. Hawes, N . Sarris, P. Phillip, P. Klinzman, J. Bryant. Third Row, left to right: Coach Williams, J. Keith, K. Gray, R. Skelley, R. Nagle, E. Fraletman, P. Deane, N. Lupo, Manager G. Holtz.


With Roger Montgomery running the hundred in a record- breaking 9.6. spring track rolled around. of

Montgomery.

The team consisted

Conway,

Bibula.

and

Johnson in the mile relay and sprints, and Jim Bernard in field.

Montgomery won

every meet in which he ran except one broad jump, and Bernard was a one-man gang in the field, throwing the discus, shot, and javelin. and running the hurdles. With Montgomery coming up to the var­

Colby

6

Husson C oHege 0

:'.:olby

7

Higgins Classical Institute 4

Colby

7

Hebron Academy 4 Ccburn Classical Institute 6

Colby 1 3

sity, the state record at 9.8 is in danger

Colby

and we look for him to break it as a

G

Col y 20

sophomore.

Colby

P. J . C. 2

B

Coburn Classical Institute 0

Colby 1 6

Fars

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Row. lef

�ortheastern Business College 2

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M. C. I 0

M. C I 0

M C. I S

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325 E . 1! 1dg wood Avenue, Ridgewood, N. J. Anson

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60 1 W e s l 1 44th S t r e e t , New Yor k , N . Y.

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M.

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G RANT, R I CHARD A . Vets. Apt. 1 4B, Mayflower H i l l , Watervi lle G RAY, HENRY W . , JR. 16 Crystal Street, Greenwood, Moss. G RAY, KENNETH W. B9 Winthrop Street, Hol lowell *GREGO I RE, GEORGE W. 1 44 Northern Avenue, Aug usto G R I N DLE, ROBERT E. Fra n k l i n Street, Bucksport G R ODBERG, ROBERT S. 1 1 4 Longwood Aven ue, Brookline, Moss. G ROPPER, LEE Mount A i ry Road, Croton-on·H udson, N . Y. G ROSS, EVERETT F. 3 1 Wyatt Rood, Garden City, N. Y. G ROUT, C. MacDONALD Peter Bont Rood, I rvi ngton-on-Hudso n, N . Y. G R U N I NGER, J A M E S F. 10 Eastview Street, West Hartford, Conn . * G U I LD, EDWARD M. 208A Commonwea lth Avenue, Boston, Moss. G U I N EY, MORTIMER M. 18 W h ite Oak Rood, Wobon, Mass. G USTAFSON , GUNNAR A. l Newh a l l Street, Fai rfield G UTERMAN, ROBERT W. 1 1 5 Sewal l Avenue, Brookline, Moss.

*HAYWOOD, HAROLD H., J R . 4 0 Dyer Street, Gardner, Mass. HEMI NGWAY, BRADLEY T. 302 Summit Avenue, Syracuse, N . Y. HENNIG, W I LLIAM W. 54 Sunset Drive, Hem pstead, N . Y. HERLI HY, TI MOTHY M . 1 0 Broad Street, Waterville HEUBISCH, W I LLIAM H . , J R . 1 2 Ferrante Avenue, Greenfield, Mass. H EXAMER, HUGH D. 1 63 East Delevan Avenue, Buffalo, N . Y. H EYWOOD, P H I L I P C. 40 Massachusetts Avenue, Worcester, Mass. H I BBERT, ALBERT B. 1 07 Pratt Avenue, Somerset Center, Mass. H I LL, W I LLIAM A. 645 Middle Street, Bath HOBART, GEORGE R. 39 Armory Street, Quincy, Mass. HODGKI NS, NORMAN S. 457 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, N . Y. HOLLIS, JAMES E. 55 Elm Street, Melrose, Mass. HOLT, ROSS S . Cli nton HOLTZ, GERALD J. 12 Westborne Road, Newton, Mass. * HONSBERGER, PETER Scarborough Road, Briarc l i ff Manor, N . Y. HOOPER, ROBERT L. HAILER, DONALD G. 257 Madison Avenue, Skowhegan 491 Chestnut Street, Woban, Moss. HOWARD, DOUGLAS C. HALEY, PAUL E. 24 Leonard Avenue, Newtonv i l le, Mass. 6 Glenn Street, Caribou HOWE, DAV I D R. HALL, ANTHONY F. Concord Road, Sudbury, Mass. 1 47 59th Street, Niagara Falls, N . Y. HOWE, ROBERT K. HALL, DAN I EL M. 65 College Street, Montpelier, Vt. 20 Sylvan Avenue, West Newton, Mass. HOWES, RODNEY H. *HALSEY, ALAN V. Jay 15 Fairview Avenue, South Orange, N. J. HOWLETT, NELSON E. HAM, CHESTER R. 55 Woodbine Street, Auburndale, Mass. 8 London Road, Lynnfield Center, Mass. H UDSON, ROBERT F. HAMMOND, JOHN R. 35 Dawson Aven ue, West Haven, Con n . 7 Glenga rry Street, Winchester, Mass. H U EBSCH, R O G E R M. *HANKEN, A RTHUR E. 4 1 40 Carpenter Aven ue, New York, N . Y. 33 Wave Avenue, Revere, Mass. H U FFMAN, H . R ICHARD *HANNAH, JOHN E. Albemarle, Rosedale Road, Princeton, N . J. 70 Elm Street, Waterv i l l e H UGHES, J E R E HARGRAVE, ROBERT T. M t . Vernon 1 24 Beckwith Terrace, Rochester, N. Y. fHUGHES, JOHN P. M. HARNDEN, E R N EST F., J R . 45 Hartland Avenue, Pittsfield 42 Pleasant Street, South Portland 1-HUMMEL, H EN RY B. H A R R I MAN, EDWARD N . 471 5 Fulton Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. 6 7 Maple Street, Needham, Mass. H UNT, P H I L L I PS B., J R . HARR I NGTON, CHESTER D., J R . 209 North Street, H i ngham, Mass. 7 0 Chester Road, Belmont, Mass. HUNT, THOMAS A. H A R R I NGTON, DAN I E L M . West Road, New Canaa n, Conn . 5 1 Florence Avenue, Oyster B a y , N . Y. H U R D , DUANE A . *HARR I S, ROBERT H. R . F. D. # l , Madison 2030 Massachusetts Aven ue, Lexington, Mass. HUSSEY, PH I L I P W . , JR. * H A R R I SON, HOWARD T. Elm Street, North Berwick 294 North Long Beach Avenue, Freeport, N . Y . HUSSON, CHESLEY J., J R . H A R T , KENNET H N . 369 O h i o Street, Bangor 4 3 Stevens Rood, Cranston, R . I . * HUTHER, G EORGE W. * HART, N E LSON P . 1 660 Lake Road, Webster, N . Y. 3 6 Buckingham Street, Waterbury, Con n . * HARTFORD, ROBERT E. 233 Spring Street, Portland J NGRAHAM, ROBERT A. HARVEY, DAV I D W. H. 1 56 Summer Street, Bristol, Conn . 5 Ferncliff Road, Scarsdale, N . Y . I VES, FREDER I C C . HASELTON, G E O R G E M . 692 Great P l a i n Avenue, Needham, Mass. 1 1 Cheevey C i rcle, Andover, Mass. HAWES, R I CHARD M. 42 Wordsworth Street, Portland JABAR, ANTHONY HAWKI NS, ROBERT H . , I l l 12 Head of Falls, Waterville 1 4 1 Orchard Street, White Plains, N . Y. JABAR, H ERBERT J . HAYES, WALTER P. 1 2 Head of Falls, Watervi l le 1 50 Bridge Street, Beverly, Mass. JABAR, JOHN P. * HAYNES, N . WESLEY 12 Head of Foils, Watervi l le 36 Lithgaw Street, Waterv i l le JABAR, NORMAN D. HAYS, W. WESLEY 12 Head of Falls, Waterv i l l e 13 Bartlett Street, Waterville

*In attendance first semester, only fin attendance second semester, only

JABAR, PAUL J . 1 2 Head o f Falls, Waterv i l l e JACOBS, DONALD McG. Broad;,,a y, South Portland JACOBS, ROBERT T. 936 Broadway, South Portland JAGEL, PAUL F. 60 Pinckney Street, Boston, Mass. JAMES, ARNOLD M., JR. 3 Bowles Aven ue, Bar Harbor JANNON I , JOHN J. 91 White Street, Belmont, Mass. JELL I SON, A. EUGENE 7 Georges Street, Thomaston JOHNSON, CLI FFORD H. 27 Freeman Avenue, Everett, Mass. JOHNSON, R I CHARD A. 35 Stevens Road, Melrose, Mass. JOHNSON, R I CHARD F. Cha uncey Street, Westboro, Mass. JOHNSON, TH EODOR E E. 44 Commonwea lth Road, Watertown, Mass. JOHNSON, WARREN R. 1 8 Deering Street, Portland JONES, MARSHALL W. 27 Ridgefield Road, Winchester, Moss. JONES, R I CHARD A. 98 Clifford Street, Melrose, Moss. *JONES, WALTER V . , J R . Wonalancet, N . H . JOSEPH, A L F R E D M . 3 M i d d l e Street, Watervil l e JOSEPH, PAU L M . 3 M i d d l e Street, Waterville *J UDSON, JOHN I. Main Street, U n i ty

KAAKE, ROBERT B. 19 Brooklawn Avenue, Augusta KAPLAN, R I CHARD 498 Cole Avenue, Providence, R . I . KEAY, DONALD P. 79 Highland Avenue, Wollaston, Mass. KEAY, G I LBERT A. Allen Street, Wi lton KEEF, AUBREY C. High Street, Vanceboro KEEFE, JAMES K. 457 Washi ngton Street, Newton, Mass. KEENE, GORDON E. 8 Main Street, C l inton KEENE, THOMAS R. 1 9 1/2 Balcom Street, Nashua, N . H. KEITH, JOHN D. Charleston KENT, HAROLD W. Benton KENYON, STEPHEN M. 1 80 West End Avenue, R idgewood, N . J. KEOUGH, JOHN J., J R . Worthington, Mass. KERR, RUSSELL W., J R . 61 Range ley Road, Arlington, Mass. KEYES, RAYMOND F. 23 Regina Road, Auburndale, Mass. KEYES, ROBERT J. 23 Regina Road, Auburndale, Mass. KI CHODHAN, V ITHU 1 1 1 1 New Road , Bangkok, Thailand KI ERNAN, FRANCIS R. 37-25 8 l st Street, Jackson Heig hts, N . Y. K I LBORN, R I CHARD F. 7 G i l bert Place, West Orange, N . J. KI LLEEN, DONALD W. 5 Durham Road, Longmeadow, Mass. KI LM I STER, PAUL B. 54 1 North State Street, Concord, N . H. KI MBALL, ARTH UR 0. 66 Western Avenue, Watervi lle KI NG, FRANKLIN 1 6 Ward Avenue, Northampton, Mass.


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Melrose,

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ARTHUR

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A.

411 252

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Avenue,

N I CK E RSOC K ER . 31 1

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Norwood,

Rood,

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JOHN

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Old

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N.

Princeton

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OBERT

1 7 Bortle t Street, Waterv i l l e

1 7 Bortle I Street

McDERMOTT.

LALI BERTE, ROBERT R

Waterv i l l e

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E., JR.

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Mou.

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72 Chestnut Street, Wo ef:eld,

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Lyn n, Mon.

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1 36 Roslyn Avenue, Cronston, R.

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A.

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20 H i ghland Av nue,

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O' N E I L, DAV I D S .

J.

700 Solem Avenu , Elizabeth, N M AY E R , R I CHARD A . 9 Edward Street, H i g hland

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5 Bolton Avenue, Winslow

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300 Murray Avenue, Ridgewood, N . J,

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22 M i d d l e Avenue, Mexico

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M A R SHALL, PAUL A .

50 West Brood Street, Columbus, 0 L E V I N E , SUMNER I . 1 34 Auburndale Avenue, WHt Newton, Moss. LEVOW, BARRY 63.il Union Streel, L EVY, SEVf

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GEORGE

NAGLE, HERBERT S.

4 South Sprong Street, Concord, N. H.

J.

2 2 5 Volley Street,

A MA

LeVECQUE, PAUL A . LeVEOUE,

M o u,

26 Spring Street, Shelton, CoM.

enyon Street, Hartford, Co11n.

6 Sherwin Street,

Be lmo111,

Dav i s Street,

104 C leveland Avenue, Roc k v i l l e Center, N. Y.

1 6 Sherwin S t r et, Worerv1 l l

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Moss.

Brooklyn, N . Y .

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2 06 Spender Place,

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7 PlealClnl Street,

Madison

MOO R E , DONALD N .

33 lee S r et, Marblehead, Moss.

385 Lowell Street, Manchester, N. H .

R., J R .

M O OD E Y , JOHN R . C .

Waterville

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FENTON

1 35 Prospect S tr e e l , Wakefield, • MONTGOMERY, ROGER P. 51 1

Stre I, Dedh a m , Moss.

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LAVERTY,

Moss

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26 Meredith Circle, M i l ton, Mou.

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Hubbardston,

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5.il R i verside Drive, New York, N . Y.

Mcl NTOSH, GUY

RONALD J.

0 '1 W I N W. 63 Ocean Street, Lynn,

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SJ S 1 l wer Street, Waterv i l le

1 55 Wi l l a rd R o o d , B r o o line, Mou.

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LANDAY, CHARLES M . LANNAN,

M I LLS, DAV I D F. 99 Deon Avenue, Smithfield, R. I .

Y.

28 Thayer Rood, Belmont, Moss. McDONOUGH, W I L L I AM H .• J I! .

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H i g h Street, Hanson, Moss.

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1 07S Po r k Avenue, New Yo r k , N . Y.

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Newlon, Moss.

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5 Newhall Street, Fairfield M I LL E R . DAV I D W.

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Brookfield, Mou.

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M I CHAELS,

F.

LYFORD, GEOFFREY S .

D.

19 G i l bert Street,

C o r e y l o n e , Mend h a m , N . J .

Belmont, Moss.

66 Langdon Street,

HAROLD B.

365 Westmiruler Rood, Brooklyn 1 8, N . Y.

1 , Newport

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JR.

6 Drowne Parkway, LUPO,

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Dougloslon, N . Y .

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48 Townsend Rood,

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PAUL

Pork Avenue, New York , N . Y.

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ROBERT E .

Street, N o r t h Andover, Moss.

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Fitch burg, Moss 64

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32 Tobey Rood, Belmont, Moss.

Peabody, Moss.

33-30 87th Street, Joe son Heights, N . Y .

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1 97 Coyle Street, Portland

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3 0 4 L o w e l l Street,

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PACKARD, A LBERT S. 12 Martens Place, Mt. Vernon, N . Y. PANZENHAG EN, H ERBERT L. 502 Cumberland Avenue, Teaneck, N. J. PAPE, DAV I D J. Guernseytown Road, Watertown, Conn. PARK, JAMES A. Main Street, Sabattus PAR KER, ROBERT B. 41 Birch Street, Marblehead, Mass. PARKER, THEODORE 31 Westbourne Terrace, Brookline, Mass. * PATENAUDE, EDMOND 704 Power, Helena, Mont. PATTERSON , LOU I S M . 306 Brackett Street, Portland PEABODY, WENDELL 0 . 45 Summer Street. Dover-Foxcroft PEALE, ROBERT W. 1 1 9 Laurens Street, Olean, N . Y. PEARSON, BENJAM I N , JR. 1 6 Main Street, Byfield, Mass. PECK, ROBERT 4B Cotton Street, Newto n , Mass. PECUKO N I S, EDM U N D 2 2 5 Walnut Street, Lyn n , Mass. PEI RSON, ABEL L., I l l 7 R iver Street, Concord, Mass. PELLET I ER , EUGENE J., J R . South M a i n Street, Middleton, Mass. PEREY, JOHN H. B90 Donn Rood, Union, N . J . . PERHAM, SI DNEY D. Box 98, High Street, West Paris PERRY, PETER J. 17 R i verside Aven ue, Mexico PETRA, FRED M. 256 Main Street, Waterv i l l e PHI L I P , PH I L I P l. 1 3 Scott Street, Worcester, Mass. PH I LL I PS, LOT Hanover Street, West Hanover, Mass. P H I L L I PS, MELVIN D. Southwest Harbor PIACENT I N I , FRAN C I S A. 12 Smith Street, Portland PI ERCE, GRAHAM T. 20 R iverview Terrace, Springfield, Moss. * P I ERCE, PETER G . 1 8 Pleasant Street, Rockport, Mass. P I ERCE, R I CHARD M . 1 1 3 Shaver Aven ue, North Syracuse, N . Y . P I E RSON, HUGH C. 1 3 Col l i n s Street, Cari bou P I KE, STANLEY G. 1 91 South Street, Gorham P I R I E, G EORGE D. Box 327, Syosset, N . Y . PLASSE, P A U L A. Vets. Apt. BA, Mayflower Hill, Watervi lle t POI R I ER, HENRY F. 11 Pleasent Street, Fort Kent POLAND, W l lL IAM L. 34 Union Street, Andover, Moss. POLI QU I N , LI ONEL J. 62 Si lver Street, Waterville POTTLE, KEMP M. Lee * POWELL, JACK D. 201 Main Street, East Northfield, Mass. POWLEY, MARK E. 1 1 Beverly Road, Wellesley, Mass. PRESCOTT, LEE R. 280 Homestead Aven ue, Waterbury, Conn . *PULLEN, HORACE M . 9 4 Waterv i l le Road, Oakland

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RAI HA, N I ELS C. R . 1 1 Stenback ' s Street, Helsi n k i , Finland RAM I N , G ERALD R. 6 Lanark Road, Brook line, Mass.

SACKS, HOWARD B. 96 Gardner Road , Brookline, Mass. SALMON, PETER L. Manor Lake, Mt. Lakes, N . J . SALTZMAN, DAV I D 290 N e w York Aven ue, Brooklyn, N . Y . SANDLER, A. ALLEN 45 Harvard Avenue, Brookli ne, Mass. SAPERST E I N , SHERMAN 300 Main Street, Waterv i l le SAR R I S, N I CHOLAS 59 Dana Street, Amherst, Mass.

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W O M E N ' S ABELE, ANNE T. R . F. D., East Pepperell, Mass. ACHESON, A. JOAN 49 Western Avenue, Aug usta ALDRICH, ELI ZABETH T. 1 94 Arli ngton Aven ue, Providence, R. I . ALLAN, NANCY R. 59 South Street, Medfield, Mass. AMBROSE, BEYERL Y A. 6 Al len Road, Waterv i l le ANDERSON, PATR I C I A 1 09 Grove Aven ue, Woodbridge, N . J . ANTHOENSEN, E . G R ETA Route # 5, Falmouth ARCESE, LOR RA I NE 56 Central Avenue, Newtonvi lle, Mass. AUST I N , MARJ O R I E A. 1 46 Ki ngston Avenue, Yonkers, N . Y .

BAI LEY, E . J A N E 40 Haskell Street, Fitchburg, Mass. BA I N ES, SALLY L. 9 1 I rving Aven ue, Providence , R . I . BAKER, BEVERLY A . 1 9 Greenleaf Street, Malden, Mass. BALD W I N , BERYL H. Orchard Glen, Rochester, N . Y . BARR ETT, BEVERLY 257 Hawthorne Street, Malden, Mass. BARTLETT, SARAH J. 25 Neighborhood Rood, Swampscott, Mass. BATES, PHYLL I S A. 18 Lafayette Street, Ca lais BATY, SALLY 345 Marsh Street, Belmont, Moss. BECK, DOROTHY A. Gray B EGUM, MARCIA J. 60 Forest Avenue, Cranston, R . I . BELCHER, PRUDENCE M. 4886 Mariette Avenue, Montreal, Canada BELDEN, MARY L. Box 5, North Hatfield, Moss. BERGQ U I ST, NORMA A . 1 54 Cam bridge Street, Winchester, Mass. BEST, BARBARA A. Jericho Road, Scituate, Moss. BETHEL, E LA I N E H. 409 Lenawee Drive, Ann Arbor, Mich. BETTS, MARY ELLEN 77 Bacon Street, Attleboro, Moss. B I TH ER, ANNE C. 1 3 E l m Street, Hou lton BLACKI NGTON, BARBETTE 85 Si lver Street, Waterville BLAGYS, MARGARET J . 258 Bolmforth Street, Bridgeport, Conn . BLAKE, PAT R I C I A A. 1 992 Bay Street, Ta unton, Mass. BLUMENTHAL, G LENYS 1 45 Dartmouth Street, Portland BLUMENTHAL, J EAN F. 1 86 Bradley Street, Portland BLUMENTHAL, SH I RLEY L. 1 45 Dartmouth Street, Portland BONE, BARBARA J. 228 Monthorne Road, West Roxbury, Mass. BOSTWICK, A U D R EY A . 5 5 1 5 Wissahickon Avenue, Phi ladelphia, Pa. BOU K I S, CH RYSOULA H. 28 Lansing Avenue, Haverhill, Moss. BOWMAN, FAB I A 1 4 Forest Street, Peabody, Mass. BOYER, HAR R I ET 204 Washington Street, Gloucester, Mass. BRACKETT, CONSTANCE E. 344 Stevens Avenue, Portland

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CAMMANN, JOAN H. 235 Conant Road, Weston, Moss. CAMPBELL, HELEN L. 64 North Street, Grafton, Moss. CAMPBELL, SUSAN J. 1 24 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo, N . Y. CAPEN, RONDA B. Ki ngsland Rood, R . F. D. # 2, Boonton, N. J. CARLSON, CAROL V. 18 Dartmouth Avenue, Riverside, R. I . CARON, SYLVIA A. 218 Eastern Promenade, Portland CARPENTER, EDITH A. 5440 Netherland Avenue, Riverdale, N. Y. CASTEL L I , J EAN R. 718 Palmer Avenue, Teaneck, N . J. CATRON, SALLY 8. 200 Lewis Road, Belmont, Mass. *CHADW I CK, ANNE 3723 Albemarle Street, N . W . , Washi ngton, D . C. CHAMBER L I N , D I ANE L. 1 48 Essex Street, Lynnfield Center, Mass. CH EESEMAN , LAURA B. 15 Maple Rood, Winthrop, Mass. C H I LSON, HAZEL E. 8 Grant Street, Natick, Mass. C H R I STENSON, ELIN M. 1 20 Green Street, Woburn, Mass. CLARK, JANET School Street, Kennebunkport CLARK, J EAN Fairfield Street, Oakland CLEVELAND, GERTRUDE C. 1 7 Si lver Street, Fairfield CLOUTER, HAR R I ET 15 Tennyson Street, West Roxbury, Mass. COLBY, ALICE M. Denmark COLE, DEBORAH 230 W h i pple Road, Kittery CONKL ING, JO ANNE 739 Harrison Street, West Hempstead, N . Y. CONNOLLY, HELEN A. 1 688 Beacon Street, Brookli ne, Mass. CONROY, H ELEN M . 3 Summit Rood, Lexington, Moss. COOK, CYNTHIA 25 Caroline Park, Woban, Moss. COOK, LOI S-MA R I E Limestone COONEY, JANET S. 1 56 Secor Lane, Pelham Manor, N . Y.

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DAC I E R, DALE A. 1 421 Mamaroneck Avenue, Mamaroneck, N . Y. DANAS, H ELEN G. 14 Hoyt Avenue, Lowe l l , Mass. DAVENPORT, KATHER I N E 1 06 Lewis Avenue, Walpole, Moss. DAVI S, GEORG I A L. Hampton I nstitute, Ham pton, Va. DAWES, JOAN M. 34 Lake Auburn Aven ue, Auburn DAY, PRISC I LLA 72 Welfare Avenue, Cranston, R . I . DEAN, BARBARA A. Oehrle Lane and County Line Rood, Hatboro, Po. DEAN, I . EDW INA 35 Rumford Avenue, Rumford DELAMATER, ANNE L. 73 Carver Road , Newton Highlands, Mass. DESCHENES, BEVERLY A. J. 333 Peterboro Street, East Jaffrey, N . H. DESPER, NANCY 9 Navasota Avenue, Worcester, Mass. DEVAN, MARY A. 3020 43rd Street, Washi ngton, D. C. DeVOL, FAITH 12 John Street, Glens Falls, N. Y. D I LLI NGHAM, JACQUEL I N E A. 14 Lisbon Street, Lewiston DOE, CAROLYN 23 Fales Street, Franklin, Mass. DONOVAN, MAR I E E. 560 Andover Street, Lawrence, Mass. DOUGLAS, JANE B. 21 1 Secor Lone, Pelham Manor, N . Y . D O W , PHEBE 18 Harris Street, Presque Isle DOWNEY, JACQUELYN T. 1 6 McKean Street, Nashua, N . H. DOYLE, KATHLEEN H. 33 Sum mer Street, Watervi lle DREW, JOAN L . 1 70 Broadway, Arlington, Mass. DUDA, DOROTHY J. 38 Hathorne Street, Solem, Mass. DULANEY, ROSALEE 1 93 Brimfield Road, Wethersfield, Cann. *DUNN, DAWN D. 9 Sutherland Street, Andover, Mass. D'WOLF, JEANNE E. 1 1 R idgeview Avenue, White Plains, N . Y. DYER, CAROL M. 23 Suburban Avenue, Pel ham, N . Y. * DYER, NANCY J. Savage Hill Raad, Berl i n , Conn.


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B l Wesl Street, Reading, Mou. GOO D EA R l , DOROTHY J. 8 Ooli: Crest, Ooroen, Conn. H.

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N. J .

269 Cloy Street, Hockensoc , N . J . L E W I S , E L L EN A .

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408 Waltham

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692 Creal Plain Avenue, Needhom, Moss .

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NADEEN

West

Newton,

Mass .

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1 1 9 Poll Street, Portland L I FRAK, HAR R I ET 661

JACKSON, SALLY

274 Mountain AYenue, Ridgewood, N . J .

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Hrgh Street, Fall R i ver, Mou.

L I IT L E F I E LD , MARGARETTE

2 1 2 Main Street, Winchester, Mon.

Crucent Avenue, Summit, N . J.

G R I FF I N . JEAN M. 38 Beechcroft Rood, Newton, Mon.

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Y.

43 Audubon Rood, Eost Braintree, Moss. L E I GHTON MARY E,

LEVARDSEN,

I NGRAHAM, PATR I C I A B .

Richardson Street, B r llerico, Mou. G R E E R . E I ZA8ETH J .

11

Framingham, Moss.

LEVERITT, RUTH

G I FFORD, BARBARA L.

GRAC I E , M A R I Y

Woterv1lle

30 Summer Street, Methuen, Mou.

JOYCE

GALLUP, RUTH C. Trowbridge

Street,

LESL I E , J A N E T S.

H1ghpine 42

MARCELLA A.

LEHTONEN, E LA I N E R.

8 Hogh Srreet, Wotervt l l e S,

Burleigh

70 Ridge Rood, New Rochelle, N

T I NGTON, JEAN A.

HUTCHI

Moss.

Conn.

BETTY l.

346 Fron l i n Street. LEADER, JOAN

HURO, MARLENE E.

Hartford, Conn .

Cambridge,

LEACH, PR I SC I LLA C.

T NGTON, CAROL G.

A.

28 Howard Street, Boothbay Harbor 36

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Srreet, Quincy, Mou.

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East Windsor H II, LAITE

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Fouf.eld

Mo'1sion Hous , Burbon

R,

16 Bellevi w Place,

• F U L L E , BARBARA M.

HU Y.

Lowell, Moss.

1 02 Hancock Streer, LASBURY, CELA J

93 Hudson Avenue, Stillwater, N. Y,

MARTHA ew Rochelle,

F R I EDMAN, ANAND!

Fish r Street,

HUGHES.

70 Moon Street, Andover, Mo 1.

Street,

, West Newlon , Mou.

BARBA A

Colbourne C1e.scent,

A2 W 1

FRENC , BARBARA J,

S H I R LEY R Stevens

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OURULA, CAROL l.

Lawrence, Mais.

Isle

H E L EN H.

BARBARA

1 620 Eos

, Woterv1 1 l e

Street,

H I TCH, MARY 0

F R E DITT E , SYL V I A M. 19 Cr u

BOl

'9 Barclay Road, Scarsdale, HOLLAND, JANICE 35 Gtondview Terrace, Tenafly. • HOLT, J U D I TH

39 Steornt Rood, Og unquit 1 4 1/1

YOO

HODGE, LOUISE G .

Summer Stree , Wo erv i l le

:::: 1 , Presque

354 Hutchinson Avenue, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.

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Dolton

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88 Michigan A"enue, Mouopequo. N. FORSTE , DOROTHY A . • fO T I N , H E L E

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3 1 School Street, Melrose, Mou.

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NOWLES, LEONE A

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H i l l , JOAN S

FLAGG, RUTH A .

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FRA

1 26'/, Church Street, Oo land

H EW I NS , JANET I .

F ITZPATR I C , MARY JANE

7 Ridgeland Manor,

CH ISTINE A

HE I TAGE,

Darby S r e e l

South Street, Gorham I NS H E R F. NORMA A. 70 Cloverdale Rood, Newton H1g hlonds, Mass. K I ST L E R , E L I ZABETH J. 1 A8 Worcester Street. West Boylston. Moss.

27 Oo fond Street, Medford, Mou.

Po .

PAMELA J .

IS Che!wic

D•omond H i l l Rood . Bet eley Heights, N. J.

1 37 Longley Rood, Newlon Center, Moss.

Notic , Moss.

1 9 1 1 Deodor Street, Antioch, Col.

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HEMENWAY, MYRA S .

17 Grove Srree ,

FISHER,

25 Herbert Avenue, While Plains, N . Y. EOUGH, JOY D. 26 Hrgh Street, Houlton

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251

Brighton, Mou.

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9 Union Street, Waterv i l le

Arsenal Gate, Augusto

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Concord,

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HEALEY, M E R R t l l YN A .

15 Mc inley S reel F I SH E R , BARBARA F 25

ARTER,

HAY. E L L EN T 3 Pleasant Street, Yarmouth

CY A.

Stree . Wolloston, Moss.

F I SC H E R . NANCY W.

F I SHER,

Cherryfield

75 Western Avenue, Both

2 1 6 Bacon Street, Natick, Moss

1 39 Broo

KANE, V I R G I N I A D.

HARTSGROVE, BARBARA E.

ANNE V

49 Sheridon Street

Mass.

KAHN, ELAINE M.

HARR I S, NATAL I E M.

FERGUSON

Winchester,

7 Southwick C i rcle, Wellesley Hills. Moss HAR R I S, E D I T H L . 5 Goden Street. Belmont, Mou.

1 9 F l o r o Street, Ho e r h i l l , Moss.

FALKE

JOANNA

BJ Washington Street,

H A R R I NGTON, S H I R LEY

EWING, NANCY A.

FAI RBAN S

Y.

3 6 E a s t 36th Street, New Y a r k , N . Y .

Shrewsbury, Moss.

550 Preble Street, So u t h Portland

EUST I S, NANCY 0.

N.

204 North Road, l i ndomere, W i l m ington, Del.

HAML I N , BARBARA E .

5 College Place, Waterville

Scarsdale, B.

Waterv i l l e

JOHNSON, ELEANOR E .

14 Moore Street, Waterv i l le

PAT R I C I A M.

Hill,

JOHNSON, BARBARA E.

Moss.

HALLEE, J EANNE l.

9 5 Mason Terrace, Broo k l ine, Moss.

Mayflower Hiii

Morbeheod,

HALL, SARAH A.

ERSK I N E, J O A N A . ERS I NE.

Rood,

Road,

NAOMI

Mayflower

HALL, JOAN,

Waterville

Madison

J E N N I SON,

N ITA

219 Kotohdin Avenue, M i l l i nocket

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MOSS.

J E F F ERSON, GERTRUDE A.

GUER NSEY,

EDWARDS, JOYCE C. I Moyopple Rood, Stamford, Conn .

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McCARTY, LOI S A. 3 Keni lworth Street, Portland MacDONALD, J EAN L. 3 W i l l iams Street, North Quincy, Moss. MacDONALD, NANCY A. 3 W i l l iams Street, North Qui ncy, Moss. MocG I LL , LOU I SE W. 35 Langdon Street, Newto n , Moss. McGOWAN, ALMA W. 2 Burleigh Street, Waterville MocKAY, CATHAR I N E W . B o x 36B, Nantucket, Moss. McLAU G H L I N , SYLVI A J . 1 52 Brunswick Avenue, Gardiner McLELLAN , L I L L I AS T. 235 Pelhomdole Avenue, Pelham, N . Y. McLEOD, JANE E. 20 Windemere Circle, Brai ntree, Mass. McLOUGHLI N , AUDRE J . 21 A d a m s Street, Revere, Moss.

MACY, C LA I R E E. 1 6 Fletcher Street, Roslindole, Moss. MAGEE, ANNE M. Diamond Hill Rood, Manvi lle, R. I. MAGU I RE, J OYCE D. 10 Morwood Drive, Andover, Moss. MANGE, PAUL I N E l. 19 Eunice Avenut:, 'Norcester, Moss. *MAN IX, SARAH W. 57 Cool Street, Waterville MARK, E LA I N E 2672 Fair Avenue, Columbus, 0 . MARKHAM, KATHLEEN L . 6B M i d d l e Street, Skowhegan MART I N , JOAN C. 520 Cory Place, Westfield, N . J . MAST I N , M A R Y DeG. 450 Godwin Avenue, Midland Pork, N . J. MATTHES, MAR I LY 33 Fernald Avenue, Haver h i l l , Moss. MAYER, J U D ITH BBB Chicago Boulevard, Detroit, Mich. M EARNS, LORETTA C. 2300 R i dgeway Rood, W i l m i ngto n , Del. MELLIN, BARBARA J . l B M a r m i o n Rood, Mel rose, Moss. MERRI LL, PAT R I C I A l. 1 06 Cedric Rood, Newton Center, Moss. METCALF, JANE C . 1 25 B a k e r Street, Walpole, Moss. M I LL, J EANNETTE D. 35-35 75th Street, Jackson Heights, N . Y . M I LLER, E D N A M. 4B East 2nd Street, Mt. Vernon, N . Y . M I LLETT, JOAN S . 32 Mortho"s Place, Cho ppaq uo, N . Y. M I TCHELL, MEREDITH L . 43- 1 2 Parsons Boulevard, F l u s h i n g , N. Y. MONTGOME RY, BARBARA A. 429 Penobscot Avenue, M i l l i nocket MOORE, MARGARET J . 4 4 1 Rocha m beau Avenue, Providence, R . MORR I LL, PATR I C I A A . 3 5 4 Main Street, West Concord, Moss. MORR ISON, ANN A. 1 9 Cushman Street, Aug usto MOSKOW I TZ, ALYCE J. 333 Rich Aven ue, Mt. Vernon, N . Y. MOTT, CONSTANCE W. 1 09 Main Street, Sanford

MOYER, NANCY J . 1 6 Warwick Rood, Summit, N . J . MULLER, ELA I N E K. 1 1 4 New York Avenue, Dumont, N. J. MUNCE, FERNA C. 274 Atlantic Avenue, Marblehead, Moss. MURRAY, SALLY N. Prospect Avenue, Tarrytown, N . Y.

N ELSON , ANNALEE C . 1 34 Third Aven ue, Pelham , N . Y . NELSON, NANCY Duq uesne House, Ft. H i l l Vil lage, Scarsdale, N. Y. N EWMAN, NANCY E . 1 69 Brodlee Avenue, Swampscott, Moss. * N I CHOLAUS, ALIS M. 45 Fifth Avenue, New York, N . Y. N I LSON, NANCY A. 51 Oak Street, Mi lton, Moss. NOBLE, CHARLOTTE R. 21 Woodland Rood, Molden, Moss. NYMAN , DOROTHY J. 71 Spring G len Terrace, Hamden, Conn.

OMAR K, PATRICIA 61 Plymouth Lone, Manchester, Conn. OSBORNE, ANNE 35 Hording Rood, Glen Rock, N . J . OSGOOD, HELEN L . 959 U n i o n Street, Rockland, Moss. OSMOND, JANET M. 29 Cornell Rood, West Hertford, Conn . OTTERSON, ELEANOR C . 9 Granite Street, Wel lesley, Moss. OWEN, MARY 237 H i l lside Street, Mi lton, Moss.

PACKARD, SARAH E. 1 69 South Street, Gorham PALEN, H ELEN H. 60 Morn i ngside Avenue, Waterbury, Conn. PANZENHAGEN, JOAN S. 226 Ontario Avenue, Mossopeq uo, N . Y. PAR KER, ELMA J . 1 232 Mein Street, Newington, Conn . PARKER, KATHARINE 0 . Singing Brook Form, Charlemont, Moss. * PARSONS, PRISCI LLA L. 33 Benton Avenue, Watervi l le PAS KALI DES, ELECTRA 9 Pitt Street, Portland PEARSON, JAN I C E C. 556 Quinobeq u i n Rood, Wobon, Moss. PEARY, JOSEPH I N E R. 25 Mclellan Street, Brunswick PEI RCE, JOANNE 30 Brookfield Rood, Waltham, Moss. PENDLETON, GA I L H. 64B Maple Avenue, Wyckoff, N . J. PERRON, CAROLYN I . 4 H ig h land Avenue, Haverhi l l , Moss. PERRY, JANE C. 47 Masonic Street, Rockland PETERS, JOYCE L. 91 Sewel l Street, Augusto * PETERS, R UTH M. 302 West 7Bth Street, New York, N . Y. PETTEE, CHARLOTTE E. 91;2 Oakland Street, Waterville PHI LBROOK, CELIA l B Burton Street, Westbrook PI ERCE, MARGARET D. 319 Lexington Avenue, Oneida, N . Y. PI KE, MARY 6 Church Street, Lubec P I LO N , MARY ANN 1 6 Brook Street, Waterville

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PLOWMAN, ANNE C. 1 405 Westbrook Street, Portland POMERLEAU, LORRA I N E A. 2 Morrison Avenue, Waterville POMERLEAU, PRISC I LLA D. 35 Franklin Street, Augusto POTTER, PAT R I C IA A. 1 4 E l l iott Pork, Dover, N . H. POU L I N , LO I S H . 2 B Greenwood Street, Watervi lle PRATLEY, NANCY A. 62 Longfellow Rood, Watertown, Moss. PREBLE, CONSTANCE H. 471 Rivord Boulevard, Grosse Pointe, Mich. PRESTON, MARGARET L. 6 1 04 Lombard Street, Cheverly, Md. PRICE, M I R IAM 34 Springbrook Rood, Morristown, N. J.

Q U I N , ANNE T. 1 57 East 37th Street, New York, N. Y. Q U I NCY, ETHEL H . 2 9 Gage Street, Augusto

RANDALL, MARGARET P. 7 West Street, Watervi lle R EES, SUE 1 5 Shepley Street, Auburn R E I N KE, RUTH E. 39 Elm Street, Fairfield RHODEN IZER, CONSTANCE 72 Depot Street, Livermore Falls RHODES, ELA I N E V. 3B4 East 2nd Street, Brooklyn, N . Y. RICE, SYLVIA 54 Lawton Rood, Needham, Moss. R I EKER, MAY A. 15 East Levering M i l i Rood, Cynwyd, Po. R I LEY, KATH E R I N E D. 79 Main Street, Livermore Falls R ITSHER, HELEN L. 229 Longmeadow Street, Longmeadow, Moss. R I VERS, BETTY-LOU 1 1 Central Street, Newtonville, Moss. ROBERTSON, ELI ZABETH M. 25 Berwick Piece, Norwood, Moss. ROBERTSON, W I N I FRED G. 4 Washi ngton Street, Caribou ROBI NSON, CAROL M . 3431 M e n o r H i l l Drive, Cincinnati , 0. ROONEY, JOAN A. 67 93rd Street, Brooklyn, N . Y. ROOT, JOYCE, A. 2951 Whitney Avenue, Mt. Carmel, Conn. ROSENBERG, MAX I N E A . 4 0 Ooklown Street, N e w Bedford, Moss. ROSENTHAL, ARLYNE M. 2 1 Roosevelt Avenue, Waterville ROSENTHAL, BETTY B. 24 High Street, Waterville ROSSITER, ANN F. Jefferson Avenue, Bayv i l le, N. Y. ROY, GEORG I A M. 5 1 Devon Rood , Newlon Center, Moss. RUDER, P R I SC I LLA C. 54 Snell Street, Amherst, Moss. RUSSELL, MARJOR I E 2 6 North Street, Plymouth, Moss. RYAN, ANN E. 205 Davis Drive, Bristol, Conn.

SAKOFSKY, JANET R. 33 Sharon Street, Hertford, Conn . SARGENT, D I ANE B . 5 1 9 South V o l e Avenue, Arlington Heights, I ll . SARGENT, MARY F . 1 1 7 Albion Street, Passaic, N . J .


66 Lincoln Avenue, Orange,

33 Winter Street, Nahant, Moss.

SCH I FF , JUD I TH l .

STR I C K LAND,

. U Greyc l i ff Rood, Brighton , Moss. scon. BARBARA A.

21

JEANNE

1 33 South Allen

Moss. R

liberty Street, East Greenwich,

I.

STROUT, JEAN P.

R.

scon. MAR I LYN E. 22 1 5 North 1 0th Street, Terre Haute, I nd. scon. MARY w. 45 Par Avenue Bloomfield N. J .

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THOR

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20 Ashland

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Bamford A e n u e , H o w horne, N

T I BBETTS, NORENE 1 1 7 Oort oulh Stre I, Portland

J.

SLOV I N , JOY o . , Chestnut H o l l , Mon.

85 Wobon Hill Rood, SA.'ART, E L I ZABETH J. 1 40 laurel

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Form,

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Holl,

Y.

57 Goff Sire I, Auburn

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LESL I E

Drive, Gr ot N

1 8811

STA R R , CAROLE P.

J.

1 34 Cumberland Street, Cumberland Mtlb

Holyoke,

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N. Y .

Moss. Y

ITTY H

Onondogo

Street, Lewiston, N Y. WEBSTER, SUZANNE 87 WeJt Main Street, Westboro, Moss. WECHSLER, MADELYN l. 27 Mayfair Lone, Monhonel, N . Y. WEEKS, J U D I T H D 29 Rock Meadow Rood, Westwood, Moss. W E I SS , BARBARA S .

2025 3 7 t h Street, l o n g I sland C o ty, N . Y . WELLER, NANCY C . 14 Melrose Street, Cronslon, R. I . WENTWORTH , BARBARA C. 6 Fron I o n Street, Belfast WETHERBEE, J U D I TH A. 17 Hope Street, Auburnda le, Moss. W H I TCOMB PAULA J. Vt,

W H I TCOMB

PHY L L I S I.

C e>ler, \It, S.

.C4 Windsor Rood, Port Chester, N . Y. W i t I N S , CARO L I N E S 405 Main Stre I, Medfield, Moss. W I L L IAMS, CAROLYN E. 10 Stonele1gh Street, Westfield, N . J. W I L L I AMS, NANCY H . Rood,

East

Falmouth,

E.

Moss.

748 Middle Street, Both

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Y.

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Bethesda, Md.

Bo�er C o rde, Broo k l i n e , Mon.

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1 05 Plain Street, R o e l a n d , Mon.

Avenue,

WIN LER, E L I ZABETH C . 4506 H19hlond Avenue,

White Oo s Rood, locon10, N. H .

VEE E R S , J U D I T H W .

Harbor

RUTH E. Roosevelt

Hotchv1lle

Stre I, South Windham

oodlown

3S

W I L L I S, DOREEN

AUGHAN, BARBARA D. VAUGHA

C

14 Norton Rood, Quincy, STEVE SO • JANICE H .

Br1d9 water , Moss.

TYlf , A L I C E J 16 Riv r on Sir er, Augusto

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7 Pork Avenue, N e w Yor k , N . Y .

Chester

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Stre 1, Concord,

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N, H .

TURI Ell, E LA I NE H .

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522

5

Adoms,

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Hampton,

4 3 9 Marlboro S t r e t , Boston, Mau.

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S M I T H , J EA 483 Wes

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Rood, Mon oin lo es. N. J .

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Mou.

: 1 , lo hrop Rood, Uncas i l l e , Conn.

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SI MPSON, L O I S 101

Wobon,

T H U R B E R , DO 0 HY M.

ICE M .

1 35, lvoryton, Con n .

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NANCY J.

T H R E S H E R . OSEMARY 667 Cliesrnut Street,

Bo

WASH BURN, DOROTHY J .

23 Cedar Drive, Great Neck, N

Moon Street, Washburn

THOMPSON, SANDRA A

SH I RL EY. P R I SC I LLA 67 Annawan Rood , Wobori, Mou.

JACQ U E L I N E

7 Edgewood Road, Scarsdale, N . Y. W A R N E R , MARY F.

WEBST E R ,

1 852 Hering Avenue. New Yor , N . Y.

:Aoss.

WARENDORF,

WEARE, NANCY B.

LORETIA J,

THOMPSON

l. Cambridge,

H.

JUDITH

THOMPSON

ELS H.

WASH I NGTON, GU IOMAR C . 30-40 9 1 st Street, Jocbon Heighls,

Watervi l l e

5 C l u bwoy lone, Hortsdale, N . Y.

9 A s h Stree•, Gorden City , N . Y .

Rood,

MARY W.

ANNE E 77 Concord Street, Nashua, N.

SHEEHAN. RUTH T . 1 53 Mt Vernon Street, W i nchester, Mon. 7 Newport

Hartford, Conn

THOMPSON

Moss.

SHEARMAN , MARJOR I E

HARR I ET

East

1 0 Center Street,

2 1 5-37 43rd Avenue, Bayside, N. Y.

SHERMAN,

ANNE F

V i n e Streel,

THOMAS,

SHAW, SALLY N. SHEA, NORMA D 82 Randle t Por k , West

H.

2 1 9 Homs Avenue, Needha m , Moss. THOMAN,

M a i n Street, South Wi ndham M i l to n ,

Auburn Street, Concord, N .

THAC E R , CAROL A.

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SHAW. E L I ZABETH 24 Grafton Avenue,

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D.

7 Edgewood Rood, Scarsdale, N . Y.

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SELLAR, DOROTHY E . S F E R ES

F.

Buzzards Bay, Moss. WARENDORF,

1 5 1 Pellen g 1 1 l Street, Lewiston

Route

219 Main Street, Wolerv i l l e WALLACE, JOYCE G.

25 High Street, Livermore Foi ls

635 North Main Street, Palmer, Moss. scon. J EA N L

Slreel, A l bany, N . Y.

W A LKER, SYB I L B.

A.

WAL Ell, EVElYI 51 Roch 1ore1 Srr WAL E R , JOAN 214 S ell

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YARC H I N , CAROLE

3AS

C l i nton Road, Broo k l i n e , Mou. JOANNE J,

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Z E RVAS, 1 .1 1

ELAINE

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The Colby Oracle 1951  

Colby College's yearbook for the Class of 1951. (Alternate titles: The Oracle; Colby Oracle; Colby Yearbook.)

The Colby Oracle 1951  

Colby College's yearbook for the Class of 1951. (Alternate titles: The Oracle; Colby Oracle; Colby Yearbook.)