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EDITORI AL BOARD Etlit or-in-Chi e' I France5 J l / smci11te "l' • Steere I "'''tor Con Business II ' stance n . M'I lls A I IIIIIISer n dt•ertisin" Ma aymond Lomba d ' " •wger ' ' Georgc r I \VI G Art Etlitor• L'l . allipeau • Jr. I a A R b' Sports E . · o 1nson "or 1 1 ' H 31.g Sark estan ·

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FRANK E. GREENE Ph.B .. A.M.

MARY A. WEBER A.B., A.M.

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We, the Class of 1950, Dedicate

the 1950 RICOLED TO

FRANK E. GREENE AND

1\I[ARY A. WEBER tO whom we feel indebted for much of our success during these four years; co whom ""e shall feel grateful in the years ro come for all that they have given us that we do not now realize.

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FOR E WORD {[[ H ATEVER befalls us 111 the >'ears ahead, may we never forget the enlightened days passed within these gates. With the revealing of Faith, life's map; the receiving of Knowledge, life's key; the finding of Charity, life's warmth we face forward, hearts aglow with Hope, life's Jighr. May these pages recall the inspiration and happiness we experienced each day that we traveled up the path from the open gate.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF STATE COLLEGES

Sara L. Kerr, Ed.M. francis I. McCanna, LLM. A. LivingstOn Kelley, Jr. , A.H. Mrs. C. Gordon MacLeod, A.B. Clark f. Murdough, .A.M. Michael F. Walsh, Ed.D. H enry

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CATHERINE M. CONNOR A.B., A.M. Dean of !Y/ omen

MARY M. LEE Ed.B., Ed.M., Ed.D. Director of Tmini·n g


GERTRUDE E. McGU NIGLE A.B .. A.M. D erm of f!res/nnrm W' o 111 ~11

MARY T. THORP Ed.B., Ed.M., Ed.D. Direc/ot·, Hetny Banu1rd School

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Neva L. Allendorf Ed.B.. Ed.M. Professor of Pbysir"l EdII rift ion

Eileen T. Barr)' Ed.B. I 1/Jimclor of Mmir Ed11clft iou

Rita V. Bicho Pi11ui.fl,

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Mary G. Colton Ed.B .• Ed. M. (;r,tde 5. llarmtnl '\rbool

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Ernest C. Allison A.B .• A.M. Assistuut Professor of Eu gli.<b

Mildred E. Bassett A.B., A.M. Professor of History

Bertha M. B. Andrews 13.$.. A.M. Professor of H l'altb Ed11ration

Theresa Barone Ed.B.. Ed.J\1. t.rmle .). B11n111rd Scbool

Marjorie L. Bean Ed.B .. A.M. (;rPd e 6, IJ•mlf!n! Sr!Jofll

Edith C. Becker B.F.A.. M.F.A.

Roberc L. Brown B.P.E., Ed.M. Assisttmt Professor oj PbysiCtll Ed11catiou

$. Elizabeth Cam(>bcll

Dorothy M . C rompwn B.A.Ed.. M. F. A. I miNsfrial Art lld Neal ion

Katherine L. Cuzncr B.S.. A.M.

Ed.B .. Ed.M. As.<isllml Professor o f

A ssis111u1 Professor of Art Ed11r"tiou

\VI. Christina Carlson

J>d.B., Ed.M. Profe.<wr of Biolog,,

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Mar y Davenporc Ed.B. Cr"'ll' 5. ll11rnanl School


Faculty

Jennie 13. Deebo Ed.l3., A.M. Englisb Social Sludie<. BarJIIII'fl SrborJI

Mar)' R. Doherty Ed.B. l'ugli<b. Hm·>utrd Sc!JO'JI

Marr T. Doran f1ccounl Clerk

:'-laddinc Ellw:orch Ed.B. (,r,ule 4. Bo~rno~rd 'ichor,/

C. Owen Ethier Ed.l3 .. A.M. / llsislfml Professor of llislory mul Poliliclll St;ellte

Prudence D. Fish Ed.l3 .. Ed.M Gr111fe 2. 8 tu·n11rd Srbool

Eunice M. G ilpin

Winifred E. Gleason Ed .B.. Ed. a'vf. SutJen•isor of ]1111ior II igb ; lclivilies, l'reucb 111111 1/islory, Barnard Scbool

Frank E. G reene Ph.B .. A.M.

Serrel rtrifll A uif/tllll

Lucr F. llanJc,· B.S.. Ed.M . . Dome<lir ~rit•nrt

Grace D. H ealey 13.L.I.. Ed./\1. . A«i<ltml Profes<or of <; f>N'rb

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Inez E. jordan Ed.B Ed.M. llt~lbemalics. Bttrnt>rd <;rh''"'

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F. Duffy. Jr.

A.B. '"''"' .md AlgeiJr.l. Burnurd S ..ho,,f

Scan le)' S. Gairloch Con/roller of Sltile College<

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A. Guertin A.B.. A.M .. Ed.l3. l'renrb 111111 llttlian

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L Kathleen F. Kell er &!.B .. Ed.M. !.nul~ 4. Flarwtrd Srhnnl

Laura F. Lally Ed.B. Grllfl e 4. Barnard Scbool

Agatha B. Lavall ee Ed.B. Grade 2. Bfll'llflrd Srbool

Mary E. LoughrC)' A.B., A.M .. Ph.D. Professor of Ronumrl'

Ida Maccarone Crmlroller's Of/irt>

Rc nato E. Leonelli B.S.. Ed.M. Ins/rue/or of Sciena

Violet Lord Serrl'lflry In Pre<idenl

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jacqueline M. McCormick Ed.D. CbihLren's School. Bt~rllflrd Scbool

Christopher Mitchell A.B .. Ed.M. Assisltml Profe«r>r

Edward M. McEntee A.B., LLB., Ed .D. Lecturer i 11 Lttu'

Mary F. McGuinn ess Ed.B. Supen,isor Children's School. Bm'Jiflrd Scbool

Elaine M. Murphy Ed.B. Children's School. Barnard School

H elen M. Murphy Ed.D., Ed.M. lnslrucl or of Physicfll Educalion, Barnard ScbofJI

A"i> G. Marden Ed.B .. Ed.M. R rading, Libr..trian f!r,ci,d Sludin. 8Jrt1Jrd .School

Ru ssell M einhold B.S., M.S.Ed. PrfJfessor of Scienci' t'.ducfllifJn

H elen O 'Mara Secret ary to Via Pre<ident


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June Pierce A.B. Cbildreu·s Scbool. llanwrtl Srhoo/

Florence M. Ross M .D. Physicitm a/Ill Professor of ll ealth Etlnclltiou

Helen E. Scott A.B., A.l\·1., Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology

Benjamin G. Sinclair Ph.B .. A.M. Professor of Ecouomir< tJud Sociology

l William E. Sloane ludustrial t lrts. Physiml Edur11liou. Btll'llllrd Sc/JtJOI

I !<:len M. Triggs Ed.ll .. Ed.M. Grade 6. /Janutrd School

o rrna G. \Xfeeks A.B. l$11rt11r

Rose Snell I:d.lL EdJ'I.

Amy Thomp>On

Assisttntl tibr~tritlll

Shirlcr Suor>a Ed.U. Gr11de l. Bamard Srboo!

A.B .. A.J\1. Professor of £ngfi.<!J

Charles W. Underhill Ph.B .. A.M. Professor of tll11thematics

Frank E. \XIaitc A.B .. A.M. Professor of f.tfttclltiou

Mary A. Weber

Edith B. Woled Isabel M. Woodmancy Ed.B. Ed.B., Ed.M. t.rt~tle I. Hm·u,trtl St'hool t.mde 3. 13rtnttJrtl Sc!Jool

Doris E. Gibson '>t•t·relttrittf Assislrml

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Mart in B. Horan A.B., A.M. l l.« istllltl Professor of 1\tluctJt irm

A.B., A.M. Professor of tllathematit'S

Marion Wright Harriet Vose Zurlindcn Ed.B., A.M. A.B., A.M. A.<.<isttml Professor of Science. 811r1111rd Srbool t.eograpby Diane J. Sarcionc Serretary, Banwrtl Srbool


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STATE CRITIC TEACHERS BRISTOL:

Marguerite Brogan, Oliver School Emily C. Leonard, Guiteras Junior High School BURRILLVILLE:

Elizabeth M. Piche, Harrisville School CENTRAl. FALLS:

Bertha A. Burnham, Central Street School Blanche I. Corrigan, Central Falls J unior High School CRANSTON:

Lawrence E. Bliss, Cranston High School Mrs. Fannie R. Dudley, William R. Dutemple School Helen M. Kiernan, William R. Duremple School Marguerite W. King, Hugh B. Bain School Muriel Russell, William A. Briggs Junior High School Elizabeth A. Tobin, Norwood Avenue School E AST GREENWICH:

Helen M. Card, Eldridge School Donald MacDiarmid, East Greenwich High School EAST PROVI DEN CE:

Mary V. McCoart, Brig htridge School Benjamin A. Peterson, Central Junior High School M. Hazel Sullivan, Trisram Burges School NEWPORT:

Catherine Hubbard, Rogers High School Mary J. Pierce, Rogers High School Pauline J. T abler, Cranston-Calvert School Edith R. Trigueiro, John Clarke School PAWTUCKET:

Edna M. Carlson, East H igh School Elizabeth B. Fanning, Jo,;eph Jencks Junior Hig h School Frederick J. Gregory, West High School Gertrude B. Heckman, Baldwin Street School Elizabeth L. Jenney, West High School Brenda E. Milligan, Church Hill School Earle A. Phillips, West High School PROVIDENCE:

Catherine M. Casserly, Gilbert Stuart J unior High School Kathleen A. Fitzgerald, Oliver H. Perry Junior High School Rosanna C. Flanagen, George J. West Junior High School Addie M. Gage, Oliver II. Perry .}l!nior High School

PROVIDENCE:

Catherine M. Gibbons, Samuel Bridgham Junior High School Mary J. Gladhill, Gilbert Stuart Junior High School Isabel L. Gormly, Althea, Street School Doris V. H aslehurst, Sackett Street School Mary A. L. Jackson, Gilbert Stuart Junior High School Mary A. Lynch, Nathanael Greene Junior High School Madeline C. Mainey, Speech Department Catherine M. Martin, Nathan Bishop .J unior High School Mary A. J . McAionan, Mr. Pleasant Elementary School Mary A. McCusker, Nathan Bishop .Junior High School Margaret G. McKenna, Summit Avenue School Mary E. McKenna, Speech Department Anna K. McKivergan, Gilbert Stuart Junior High School Eleanor C. McPhillips, Roger Williams funior High School Marie L. Petronella, Regent Avenue School Annie E. Stevens, Nelson Street School Ann E. Sullivan, George J. \'<lest Junior High School Mary T. Walsh, Gilbert Stuart J11nior High School \VIARWI CK:

Mary A. Galiano, Aldrich Junior High School Dorothy Hinckley, Norwood School Loretta M. A. Szlezak, Lockwood Junior High School WESTERLY:

Mary E. Ellis, Babcock Junior High School WOONSOCKET:

Madel inc C. Briggs, W oonsocker .J 11 n ior High School Gertrude A. Donovan, Fifth Ave nue School Helen M. Kennedy, Woonsocket Junior Hig h School Gertrude F. Lloyd, \'V/oonsocket Junior High School Ru th Parsons, Woonsocket High School H ENRY BARNARD SCHOOL:

Jennie Deebo Mary R. Doherry James F. Duffy Inez E. Jordan Avis Marde n Ruth Schifino William Sloane


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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY From rhe rime rhe Class of 1950 encered Rhode Island College of Education, we were, to the faculty and upperclassmen, the same as any other class. To ourselves, we were rhe first who ever had had this experience. \'<1 e have participated in fou r Stunt Nights, and .four Song Contests, but what class docs nor. \'1/e suffered hazing week, practice teaching at H enry Barnard School, a n d training in the schools througou t the State, but so have our predecessors. We held the So ph Hop, the J unior Prom, the Junior Class Banquet, Cap and Gown D ance, Commencement Ball, Senior Banquet, and our breaths, bur chat was not unusual. \VIe attended welcoming parries and teas, and, when it was our turn, we gave them; bur the social calendar gave us no choice. Nor only did we do what was expected of us, bur we also distinguished ourselves in the process. We were first noticed when we found the iron Anchor. The finding was nOt unique; rhc keeping was. We would nor g ive it up until the rules governing it were changed. By means of able spokesmen, we brought the matter to Student Council and persuaded the school to revise the weak laws. T he Anchor would no longer be hidden; consequently, ir could be won only by bard work, not merely by chance. T o show the College we had rhe ability, we won Stunt Night. This victory was unusual, for, until we came along, it was a rare freshman class which did win. An added achievement of our Freshman year

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was winning Song Contest. With both these victories to our credit, the upperclassmen had to say, " You can 't bear those Freshmen!" Not another class can boast, as we can, abouc its Soph Hop. Maybe we did forget tO turn on the heat, and maybe we d id put too much wax on the floor, but the fun we had making the decorations, and the satisfaction we enjoyed in the finished product far overshadowed our mistakes. W hen we were Juniors, M iss Lee real ized how different the Class of 1950 was. She worried, she planned, she called her critics, she conferred with school superintendents. Finally she found a grade, a subject, a school, and a critic for every one of us. The Senior year did not creep upon us. It flew. R ising to rhe situation, '"'e planned early. The Loring photographer opened his studios on a Sunday afternoon in Occober. It was not until January cwency-ninrh, when the our-training Seniors received postcards announcing a "Welcome Back Breakfast", char the Seniors scarred fu nctioning as a complete class once mor·e. This breakfast marked the beginning of many wonderful days co come. It gave us the chance to g ee our bearings and co plan our lase five monchs. The faculq' greeted and acknowledged us as Seniors at a tea early in February. T his rea impressed upon us that we were in the profession and chat we were just about ending our schooldays.


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Wirh these rhoughrs, we decided ro make rhe mosr of our lase days and immediately p lanned our Valentine D ance. H earts invaded I 02-paper hearts, open hearts, pledged hearts, and broken hearts; bur, for chis occasion, our hearts were young and gay. Another parry, bur this rime rhe Sophomores treated us. The annual Sr. Patrick's Day Parry gave our younger brothers and sisters a chance co show us their talent. Although Song Contest came along much roo quickly, we put everything into this final competition. With capable chairmen , we could nor help bur impress the audience. W e also impressed the judges favorably because first place was ours. We were noc wholly wrapped up in ourselves. for in April, we feted rhe Freshmen at an informal party. The happy-go-lucky Freshmen made us forger, for a day, our forthcoming separatiOn.

Now every minute, every hour, every day pointed coward the big even t. First came Cap and Gown Day. H we were nor obviously Sen iors afrer that day, it was our own fault. \XIc spent too much time in the cafeter ia and cou lei nor don the costumes in rime for chapel. Nexr came M ay Day which really belongs co the Seniors, for a Senior plans it, the queen is a Senior, and the members of the queen's court arc Seniors. In true Senior fashion, we displayed our beauties for the world to see. A beautiful day, a beautiful affa ir, and beautiful girls -what more cou ld we ask for?

The month of May came ro a close wirh rhe Cap and Gown Dance w hich was highlighted by rhe Grand March trad itionally carried our by capped and gowned Seniors. The Senior T ea for parents began Commencement "\'\leek acuvwes. Our parents joined wirh us ro celebrate the beginning of our dep endence. Vesper Services followed which gave us the spiritual elevation we had lacked midst the g lamor of graduation. The only occasions connected with commencement that rook place outside the portals of school were the Prom and the Banquet. These affairs, though pnrely social, made us rea lize that the value of college lies nor only in the knowledge gained there, but also in the friendship made rhere. For rhar reason , our Prom and our Banquet were the most successful socials of our four years. The D aisy Chain led us co Class D ay -our history, our will, our ode, and our oration-our lase rribure to college. Yes, our part was over and the morrow brought graduation. The graduation was ours, roo, theoretically, but actua lly it was not. It was a gifr presented ro us by our God, our country, our state, our faculty and our parents. It belonged ro them. They gave it to us. W e have reaped the benefits of their generosity. We realize now chat we were not the best class R. I. C. E. has known, bur we did our besc. So, with much pride for what we have done, and with much humility for what we have not, we thus record our history. -Emma Mitchell

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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

Scatcd- 1. to r.- Ra ymon d Lombardi, Treasurer. first and ;e~o:~d ;cmc>tcr: Maureen Gilli,a::an. Vice President. first semester: Mary Farrell y, Secretary, fir~t and sc,ond :,cme>ter; Co nstance Mills, Vice President, second semester; Roger Vermccrsch , Social Committee Chairman , first and second semester. Standin,a::-1. to r. -Gcorgc Gallipcau, President, first semester: I larold Merritt, Prc>idcnl. second semester.

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C L ASS OD E 0 God l ~bo btttb endowed us witb this trust, Comume our bearts witb Tby tmdtwllted ze11!, Bestow tt/J0/1 us com·ttge day by dt1y To Lettd Tby creatnres in a rigbteom way, i'"or tbis, 0 God, we fJTcty; for tbis we prtty. ca~·t

fortb Tby Ligl?t 11fJOJZ 011'/" darkened lllilldS. Witbi11 our bands, tbe gift of knowledge place A11d graut wbat perseverance we migbt need To wr1lk amongst men ptanti11g wisdom's seed; for Ibis. 0 God. we plead; For Ibis we plectd. I 11slruct us iu those virtues, wise twd good,

Thr1t we nwy, by our li·ves, refLect Thy tmlh. H eljJ m destroy the face of evil's mtiSk, Teach liS lo Lo·v e 011r daily, menial t({sk; for Ibis, 0 God, we 11sk; For this we ask. Accept o11r plect, so cLothed with pure desire, Todtty we ctrm Olt'rseLves with new intent. E1wbLe m to see the chosen tlltty, Direct 11s shouLd we eve1· go astray; for tbh·. 0 God, we /Jray; For this we pray.

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Etement((ry

MARGARET FRA CES BAKER 263 California Avenue, Providence Kbuierg((rte1t- Pri;m((ry

NORMAt BAHt ES 38 Baldwin Streer, Pawtucket ,,lttthenwtics- Science

MARlOt BETfY BESSETl'E 20 f Blackstone Srrecr. Providence l!nglisb- Soci(/l Studies

ESTELLE ALUKONlS ·II Goddard Street, Providem:e


LOIS VIRGil IA BOOD 221 Trinity Street, Greenwoo d

LOUISE FR ANCES BRANEY 50 Prairie Avenue, Providenc e

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ROBERTA A N BUTLER 25 Firglade Avenue, Providenc e Ki?lrlergt~r/e/1- Primt~ry

CLARE MARI E BYRNES 72 Graham Street, Proyicle nce F. I em e11/t1ry


RITA CABRAL I 0 Berkley Street, East Providence F.1tglish - Soci(f/ Studies

JACQUELINE CAHIR 4'5 Raymond Street, Providence F.11glisb- Soci"l Studies

GERTRUDE ALMEIDA CAl I 0 I Prospect Street, Providence F.11glish- Sori"l Studies

MiLDRED ELIZABETH CAMARA 38 Main Street, Forestdale M"them"tics- Sde11ce


ESTHER CAPORELLI 21 Piave Street. Nonh Providence

FORTUNATO CARELLO 38 Rosedale Street, Providence

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OLIVE LORRAINE CARPENTER Harrisville F./ e 111 e111 t1 r:J'

MILDRED DOROTHY DAMBRUCH 225 Spring Street, Cranston Mat hemtttics - Scieuce


LOUISE MADELINE DELSANTO 492 Middle H ighway, Barrington Mt1tbemt1tics- Science

ROBERT DOW' Y. M. C. A.. Providence P.uglisb- Socirtl Studies

FRANCES-ANNE DOYLE 811 Somh Main Srreec, Warren F.lem e11lt1ry

JOHN F. DRURY, JR. 62 \'<lhiceha ll Screec, Provide nce f.ngli.rb- Sociffl Studies


BARBARA DUFRESNE 544 South Mai n Street, Woonsocket F.lem entary

MARI LYN DUGGAN 73 \XI h ipple Avenue, Ri ver view F.Ie m e11-tm·,,

AORIEN ROLA, 0 DUPONT 86 Marion Avenue, P rovidence Mathematics - Scie11ce

MARY ALICE DWYER 99 Dover Street, P rovidence Mathematics- Science


JAMES EDWARD DYER 17 Mawney Street, Providence F.nglisb- Socit~l Studies

BARBARA H. EI NARSSON 33 Middle Street, Riverside F.lemenlrtry

PHYLLIS EKEBLAD 50 Wyndham Avenue, Providence Eleme11trtry

GRETCHEN EMJDY 188 Prospect Street, Woonsocket Et1glisb- S()cit~l Studies


ELIZABETH FARIA 605 Neck Road, Tiverton T:,n glish - Social Studies

EMELIO EDWARD FAIOLA ll1 Old Hopkinton Road, Westerly f:.nglisb- Social Studies

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G EORGE WALTER G ALLI PEAU, JR, 52 Cowie Screer, ewport t\fathematics - Science

MARY FARRELLY 20 Wyndham Avenue, Providence F.~tglish -

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MAUREEN GILLIGAN 54 Broad View Road, East Providence Engl-ish - Social St urlies

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COX GuiLFOYLE 2-iO Third A'enuc. \\' oonsocket Englisb- Soria/ Studies

ANNE LOUISE GRACY ALNY 45 Bridge Street, Warren Mathcuwtics - Science

JANE EVA H AVEY 800 Na mq uid Drive, Gov. Fra ncis Farms T:nglish- Social Studies


JO EPH HAYES JOH 41 Lee Strecr, j ohnston

English- Soci11l Studies

CLAIRE LOUJ E H EALY 9 Pemberton Street, Providence Elementnry

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IOHN GERALD HICKEY 66 Serre! Sweet Hoad, Jo hnsron English- Soci11/ Studies


BARBARA ANN HITCHCOCK 20 Red fern Street, Norch Providence Kindergarlell- Primary

ANN LOUISE HOGAN 15 Maynard Street, Pawcucket Euglisb- Socitd Studies

RICHARD J. KELLS 16 Bridgham Street, Provide nce Mttt!Jematics- Science

VIRGINIA ANNE KIERNAN 133 Wollaston Street, Cranston Elementary


SARAH KINOI AN 261 Benefit Street, Pawtucket J\latbenllllics- Science

CONR AD J ACQUES LA FLAMME 97 Willow Street, \'{/oonsockec Mathematics- Scie11ce

FLORIN A MAY LA NGEVJ 72 Bridgha m Street, Providence E~tgLisb - Social Studies

MARY ELIZABET H LANGTON 21 Rena Street, North Providence

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JO H N PETER LAUTH 20 Burdick Avenue. Newport English - Socinl Studies

THOMA f. LAVERY. JR. 37 Erastus Screec, Providence J\ lrttbenlfltics- Science

N ORMAND GEORGE LA VOlE 967 Social Screer, Woonsockec EHglisb - Socirtl Studies

THOMA J AMES L£ ON 6-i Hawchorne A venue, Crans con tllntbemfltics - Science


RAYMON D MICHAEL LOMBARD i 187 Child Srreer, \XIarren E1tglisb- Social Studies

D. WAYNE LOUGHEE D 101 Redland Avenue, R umford iHttthenutti cs- Scie11ce

ROSAMUN D LONG 56 Mason Avenue, Cransron Ellglisb- Social Studies

JANET ELIZABETH MAcLAUG HLA r 247 Sargenr Srreer, Norwood Elemelttary


RUTH f. MAc LEAN 240 Third Ave nue, W oonsocke t English - Socirrl Studies

MARJ ORiE ANN MACOMBER 189 Hig h Street, W esterly Elem eutary

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1 NORMA MAGNER 39 Ledge Road, East Greenwich E11glisb- Social Studies

.JEAN ELIZABETH MARTI 220 Plcasanr Street, Providence English- Social St udies


JOHN ANDREW MAY 209 Park Holm, Newporr E~tglisb- Social Studies

PATRICIA ANNE McCARTH Y 697 Hope Srreer, Providence Mathemat ics- Science

\ CATHLEEN McGLONE 20 \XIhireford Avenue, Pawrucker Elemental')'

MARY McGUINNESS 24 1 Sayles Avenue, Pawrucker Elemeutary


NANCY GERTRUDE McGUI l ESS 203 Lexingron Avenue, Providence Kindergflrlen - Primflr_r

ELEA OR IR E E MELO E 115 Pleasanr Srreer, Cransron ,\l,ltbenlf(/ics- Science

HAROLD MERRITT 2841 Pose Road, Greenwood English- !:Jocifll Studie~

LILLIA N 1 ATALIE MIGONE 1036 Tollgate Road , Warwick f.nglisb- Socifll Swdies


MARY NATALI E MIG01 E 1036 Tollgate Road, Warwick T:nglisb- Socitd Studies

CONSTANCE RAE MILLS 59 Richland Road, CranstOn Englisb- Sncinl Studies

ELIZABETH At NE MILLER

340 \Xfarren Avenue. East Providence Kindergm·ten - Primm')'

EMMA MARIE MITCHELL 117 Mulberry Street, Pawtucket

T:11gli<b- Sncinl Studies


JOH N NIEDZWICKI 30 Amscerdam Screec, Providence i\ fntbematics -Science

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JOHN \XIILFRED O'BRIEN 180 Chandler Avenue, Pawwckec E11glish- Socinl Studies

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ELIZABETH ROSE O'NEILL 56 Blaisdell Srreec, Cranscon Khulergnrten - Primnry

ET H EL LOUISE PHILLIPS Lapham Farm RoaJ, Pascoag Kindergnrten - Primnr)'


MARIE ANTOINETTE PINTO 104 Kay Sm~er, Newport F.nglisb- Social Studies

MARTHA LOUISE QUILTY 30 l Massasoic Avenue, Ease Providence K iudergar/e11- Primary

MARGARET ANN PLANT 23 Floyd Avenue, Ri verside Elementary

MARJORIE ELIZABETH RANDALL 18 Amherst Aven ue, Pawtucket Kiudergarten - Primary


JOAN MARIE RATIER 18 Washington Street, Warren £/ementllry

MARY KEE NAN REARDON 44 \Va1do Streer, Pawcucket Englisb- Soci11l Studies

ELSJE ADELE RITOTA 115 Huxley Avenue, P rovidence Elementm·y

LILA APRYL ROBINSON 37 Pembroke Avenue, Providence £leme11tr1ry


F.ngli.<b - Socinl Studies

SHEILA ELIZABETH ROURK E 59 Hillrop Avenue, Providence Kiudert:nrte/1 - Primnrr

REGINA RUSSELL )) Sessions Srreet, Providence F.lementnry

N ORBERT J. H. SALOIS 225 Norfolk Avenue, Pawrucker Et1glish- Socinl Studies

NORMA ROSEN (, i Taylor Srreer. Providence


THOMAS H. SANDHAM • .JR. Quaker Hill. Portsmourh Mathematics- Scieuce

LEO ARTHUR SA VOlE 314 Rathbun Street, \.'(!oonsocket F.nglisb- Social Studies

HAIG SARKESI AN S Goddard Street. Providence P.11glisb- Social Studies

LOUISE SWANSON SHEPHERD 200 Plain Street, Rehoboth. Mass. F.lementnrr


ROBERT FRA ClS SHIELDS 171 Beechwood Avenue. Pawrucker F.11glifh - '\ocittf Studies

ET.IZABETH BARBARA SIELER 110 Perreys Avenue. Providence

EDWARD R. SILVA G ard ner Avenue, Ocean Grove. Mass. Matbematic.<- Scie11ce

DAVID LEATHERS SMITH Ma nn School Road, Greenville E11gli.< b- Social Studies

Mathematic.< - Scie11ce


FRANCES HOAG STEERE Great Road. Forestdale Engli.tb - Sncifll Studies

HELEN PATRICIA STRF.KER 39 Pershing Street. Cransmn

ANN MARIE SULLIVAN 13 Carroll Avenue, Newpo rr

JACQUELINE N ORMA SWI N DELL$ 195 W alker Street, Saylesvi lle

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ALMED~ JANE SYMONS I 5·1 Peirce Street, East Greenwich Elementary

FANNJ.E CECELIA TAVARES 6.) Van Zandr Srreer, Providence

JACQUELINE CRISP TAYLOR 2051 Plainfield Pike, Johnston

JOA HARRJET TAYLOR 35 Main Srreer, Manville Elementary

Englisb- Soci({t Studies

Elementary


GEORGI A TOWf'\SEL 1) 9I Moore Scr<!cc, Ce ntral Falb

JOll r \ Y/ . T ROM UI 17 B Street, Cranston

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English- Soci11l Studies

G LO RIA DOLORES TURILLl I908 Broad Strcec, Edgewood Elem cnt11ry

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VANGEL 31 Sampson Stree c, \'<foonsockcc English - Socifll Studies


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ROGER V.ERME£RSC11 95 Thomas Avenue, Pawtucket Englisb - Social Studies

BARBARA VEYERA

9 Merrill Street, East Providence Kiudergartett- Primary

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LAWRENCE WILOGOOSf. 307 ProspeCt Street, Pawtucket JHatbenurtics- Scieuce

STA LEY WYSP1A1 SK1 8·15 River Street. Woonsocket Alatbennrtics- Science


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''In Their Spare Tin1c" "Stet" Alukoni:sDai;y Chain 2; May Day I, l; Court 2, 4 ; Stum Night l, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest l, 2, 3, -I; Sigmo Rho 1, 2, 3, 4.

.. Peggy'' Bake•·Dra rnatic League 2, ;), 4; \VI .A.A. 2; Nawre Club 2, 3, 4; May D ay l, 2; Song Conrest I, 2. 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2.

··Norm" BarnesKappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Kappa Delta Phi 3, 4; Chaplain -1; Charles Carroll Club, I, 2, Pres· idc nt 2; M.A.A. Basketball captain 3.

"lle t t v" Be:s:se tteW.A.A. l, 2; Nature Club I, 2; Sigmo Rho I ;Stunt Night l; May D ay l, 2; Cap and Gown Day Marshall 2, 3; Daisy Chain 2; Comme ncement Marshall 2; Vesper Sunday Marshall 2.

Loi:s HoodChoir 2, 3, 4; l.R.C. 2, 5; Sigmo Rho 2, 3, 4; Song Contest 2; Stunc Night 3; May Day 1,

3.

"Lou" BraneyCiass Secretary 3; Dramatic Leag11e 5, 4 ; \V/.A.A. Publicity Chairman 2, H orseback Riding Manager, Soccer 2, Swimming Manager 3. 4; Nature Club 3; Song Contest ight 2, 3, 4; May Day I, 2, 3.

.. Bert .. ButlerDaisy Chain 2. Commencement Usher 2; May Day 1, 2; May Queen's Courc 4; Stunt Night I, 2. 3, 4 ; Song Contest I, 2, 3, 4 ; Sigrno Rh o, Treasurer I, Secretary 2, Vice Preside m 3, President 4.

"Toddy" B yr nesDramatic League 2, 3, 4; Choir 2; Sigmo Rho I, 2. 3. 4; Song Conrest L, 4; Stunt ight l, 2, 3, 4; D aisy Chain 2.

"l{ef' CabraiW.A.A. l, 2; Nature Club l, 2; Sigmo Rho

1, 2; Song Contest 1, 2, 4; Stunt Night I, 2; May D ay 1, 2; Cap and Gown D ay M arsha ll 2, 3; Daisy Chain 2; Commencement D ay Marshall 2, 3; Commencement D ay Chairman 4.

·'J ackie' ' CahirClass Ode 4; Class Day Speaker 4; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3. 4; Sigmo Rho 2, 3, -1; May Queen's Courc 4.

" Milly" CamaraDramatic League 2, 3, "Guest in the H 011Se'' 2; Choir I, 2, 3; Nature Club, 2, 3, Publicity C hairman 3, Delegate ro Amherst Confe re nce 3; Song Contest 1, 2, 4; Stunt Night I, 2; May Day 3, 4; " H .M.S. P inafore" 4.

Es ther "Cap" orelli Song Co ntest 2; W.A.A. 1; May Day 1, 2, Flower Girl 4; Swot Night 3, 4.

" Fred" Carello-Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Vice Presidenr 4; Stu· dent Council 4; P resident's List 3; M.A.A. 1, Secretary 1, President 2; Charles Cacroll Clu b 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi Conference Delegate 4.

Olive CarpenterW.A.A. I ; May Day 1, 2.

Mildred DambruchK appa Delta Pi 3, 4, Pres ident 4; Student Council 3; " Who's Who Among Amer ican Colleges and U n iversities" 4; President's List 3, 4; ANCH O R 2, 3; Feature Editor 4, Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 4; Dramatic League 2, 3; Nature Ch•b 2, 3; Social Committee Chairman 2, 3, Amherst Conference 2; Song Concest 2, 3; May D ay I, 2, 3, 4 ; COLLEGE HANDBOOK 4.

"Lou'' DeiSanto-Dramaric League 2, 3; Nature Club 2, 3; Amherst Conference 2, 3; Song Contest 2, 3, Committee 4; Stunt Night 2, Committee 3, 4.

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.. "Lalie" DoyleAssembly Program Chairman 2; Student Council Secretary 2; Eastern State Teachers Conference I; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Social Committee Chairman 4; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; \V/.A.A. horseback riding 2, swimming 1; Nature Club l; Junior Alliance Francaise I; Song Contest 1, 3, 4; Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2; Daisy Chain 2; "H.M.S. Pinafore" 4.

"Doofie" Dufres neDramatic League 2, ;), 4; Choir 1, 4; Song Contest 1, 2; Stunt Night 1, 2, 4.

Marilyn " Dug"ganW.A.A. 1, 2, swi mming I; Sigmo Rho I, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2; Daisy Chain 2.

Adrien Dupont Charles Carroll Club I, 2, 5, 4; Mural for Carroll Club Memorial Room 3; Song Contest 2, 3; Stunt Night 2.

Mary Alice Dwyer Class Vice President 3; Srudent Council 3; ANCHOR 3, 4, Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 4; Dramatic League 3, 4; Nature Ch•b 2, 3; Sigmo Rho I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, rep. l, 2. 3; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2; Daisy Chain 2; Cap and Gown Day Marshall 3; Commencement Us her 2.

''Jim" DyerClass Preside nt l, 3; Student Council l, 3; Charles Carroll Club l, 2, 3, 4; Song Conrest l, 2, 3, 4; Stunr Night 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3.

"Barb" E inarssonKappa Delta Pi 3, 4; l.R.C. 3, 4, President 3; Sigmo Rho 3, 4; Song Contest 3; Art Club 3.

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·' Ph d" EkelbladANCHOR 2; Dramatic League 2, 3, -t, ''Twelfth Night" 2, "Merchant of Venice" 3, "Stardust" 3, W.A.A. 2, badminton 2, 3, bowling 3; Nature Club 3, 4; Sigmo Rho 3, 4; Song Contest 2, 3, 4, commiuee 2: Smnc Night I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Rico-Acrors Award 3.

"Gr et" EmidySigmo Rho 1, 2, 3; Stunt Night 3; May Day 1; HELICON 1.

Bmelio " Faye"Dramatic League 3; M.A.A. l, 2, .~; Charles Carroll Club I , 2, 3; Social Commiuee Chairman 3, Banq uet Chairman 2; Soccer 3; Track 2, 3.

"Bette" Fa riaCiass Social Commiuee Chairman 2; Choir l, 2, 3, 4; Nature Club 4; Sigmo Rho 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 3, 4; May Day 1, 2, 3.

l\Ia ry FarrellyClass Secretary 4; Dramatic League 3. -1. Vice President 4; W.A.A. I, 2. 3: I.R.C. 4; Song Contest l, 2. 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; Daisy Chain 2; Commencement Day Marshall 2; Delegate co Eastern States Association of Professional Schools for Teachers 4; Senior Tea Committee 4.

"Gee Gee" GallipeauClass Vice President I, Class President -i; Student Council 3, 4'; RlCOLED Advertising Manager 4; ANCHOR 1, 4, Ad vertising Manager 2; ANCHOR Award 4; HELICON 2; Dramatic League Treasurer l, 2, 3, President 4, Rico-Actors Award 2, "first Lady" l, "Unde r the Gaslight" 2, ''Our Heans Were Young and Gay" 2, ''Dear Ru th" 3; M.A.A. I, Inter-Mural Basketball 2, Softball 2, 3; I.R.C. I, 2, 3, 4; Nature Club 3, 4; Kappa Delta P hi I, 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Charles Carroll Club Secretary-Treasurer l, 2, 3, member 4; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, -f,


<.:ommim:e I; Slllm r ight I, 1., .), -1, <.:ommittee 2, 3, 4; Arc Club 1, 2. 3; Commencement Color Guard I.

l\laureen Gilliga nClass Vice P residenr -1; Choir 1, 2, So<.:ial Committee Chairman 3, Secretary 4; W.A.A. I, 2, 3; I. R . C. I , 4; Song Contest I, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Nig ht 3, 4; May Day J; Da isy Cha in 2; Da nce Committee 4; Cha irman Vesper Sunday Committee 4; ''H. M.S. P inafore" 4; Senior Tea Committee 4.

Anne

Loui~e

Gracayalny-

Choir I. 2, 3, 4; Slllnt Nig ht 2; Song Contest 2, 4; " H. M. S. P inafore" 4.

"Ginny" GuilfoyleSigmo Rh o I, 2, .), -•; Song Contest 1, -1; Stunt Night l; May D ay l; Decoration a nd Dance Committee 2.

"Ja nie" HaveyDramatic League 3; Sigmo Rho 1, 1., 3, -l; Song Contest I. 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; May D ay 1, 2; D ance Committee 4. " J ack" Haye~M. A. A. 2, 3, ·•; Charles

Ann Hog·anDramatic Leag ue .), ·i, "The W edding" -1; Choir 3, P resident 4; ANCHOR l ; W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4; I. R. C. I , 2, 4; Nature Club l ; Sigmo Rho 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Nig ht I , 2, 3, 4; May Day I. 3; Court 2, Flower Girl 4; Candidate- All-College Quee n 4; Cap and Gown Day Usher 2; Daisy Chain 2; Commencement M ars hall 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; ''H .M.S. Pinafore" 4; I vy Oration 4. ·'D ick" Ke ii~Dramatic League I, 2,; M.A. A. l, 2, 5; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Charles Carroll Club 1, 2, 3, 4.

"Ginny" Kierna nCarroll

Club

2, 3, 4. Claire H ealy- Anchor Represenrative .), -l; W.A.A. l . .2, horseback riding 2; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2; Nature Club 2.

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" B a r b" H itch cockDramatic League I, .2, 5, -1, " Romeo and Juliet" l; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. basketball 1, swimming I. -1; Nature Club I: Sigmo Rho 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest L, 3, 4, Chairman 2; Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Daisy Chain 2; Rico-Actor Award 3; Cheerleader I, 2, 4, Captain 3; ''H. M .S. Pinafore" 4.

H enn e~~ey-

Sigmo R ho I, 2, 3, -1; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Daisy Chain 2; Commence ment Day Ush er 2; Cap and G own Day Marshall 2. J o hn HickeyCharles Carroll Club I, 2. 3. 4; M.A. A. I, 2, Track I, Secretar y-T reas. I.

Ciass Treasurer I, Social Committee Chairman 2, 3; Eastern State's Teachers Conference 2; " Who's Who Among American Colleges a nd Universities" 3, 4; All-College Qunee 2; Sop-Hop Queen 2; May D ay flower g irl 2, Court 4; Cap and Gown D ay Marsh all 2; Daisy Chain 2; Commencement Day M arsh all 2. " Skip" IGnoianSmdenr Council 3, Vice Prcsid enr 4; Class Vice P res ident 2; Drama ti c League 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 4, Vice Pcesidenr 3; Song Conrest 2, 3, 4; Stunr Nighr 2, 3, -1; May D ay l, 2, Chairman 3, 4; All-College Queen 4; Cap a nd Go,vn Day Marshall 2; Daisy Chain 2; Commencement Marshall 2; College Social Comminee Chairman 4; Dance Commitree 2; "H. M.S. P inafore" -L

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..Con'' Laflamme Dramatic League I, 2, 3; Choir l, 2, 3; M.A. A. I. 2, 3; Charles Carroll Club l, 2, 3; Song Contest I, 2; Stunt Night l, 2, 3.

"Tom'' LennonM. A. A. I ; Charles Carroll Club l , 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4.

''Ray" Lombardi"Flo" Lang-evinDramatic League 2, " Twelfth Night"' 2; Poetry Reading Contest 2, 3; I. R. C. l, P rogram Commiccec Chairman 2, Social Commince Chairman 3; J unior Alliance Francaise l ; Song Contest 2, 3; Stunt Night 2, 4; May Day l , Court 3; Cap and Gown Day Marshall 2; Daisy Chain 2; Chairman Commencement lnvication Commiccee 4.

Ma ry Lang tonW. A. A. l; Nature Club 2; Song Contest I, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night l, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1, 2; Daisy Chain 2; Commencement Ushers 2.

.. Pop" La uthCiass Social Committee Chairman 3; President's List 4; Dramatic League 2, Vice President 2, 3, Rico-Actor Award 3, D ebate Chairman 2, 3, ''The Man Who Came ro Dinner" 2; M.A. A. l, 2; Soccer Manager 3; Charles Carroll Ch•b, l , 2, 4, Social Commiccee Chairman 3, Treasurer 3; Song Contest I, 2, 3; Stunt Night 2, 3, 4; Color Guard I, 2.

"Tip" LaveryClass President 2, 3; Student Council I, 2, 3, President 4, Eastern States Teacher's Conference 4; "Who's Who Among American Colleges and U niversities" 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, Treasurer 4; P resident's List 2, 3, 4; M. A. A. Vice President, Basketball Captain l , 2; Charles Carroll Club l, 3, 4, Vice President 2; Class Day Speaker 4.

Cillss Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer l, 2; R ICOLED Business Manllger 4, Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 4; Dramatic League l, 2, 3, ·f. ''Romeo 11nd Juliet" I, ''Guest in the H ouse" 2. "The Wedding" 4; Choir I, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; • Kappa Delta Phi Orientation Officer 2, Secretary 4; Song Contes t I, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night l, 2. 3, 4; Arc Club 3; E11stern States Association of Professional Schools for Teachers delegate 4; "H . M . S. Pinafore'' 4; C l11ss Day Oration 4.

"RO" LongDramatic League 3. Costume Commiccec Chairm11n 2, 3; I. R. C. 2, 3; Sigmo Rho 2, 3, 4 ; Song Contest 3.

''J)evillo" Loug heedStudent Council 4; Dramatic League 2, "Twelfth Night" 2; Choir l , 2, 3, 4; M.A. A. I; I. R . C. 3, Vice President 4; Nature Club 4; Charles Carroll Club l, 21 3. 4; Song Contest 3, 4; Stunt Night 3, 4; May D ay Usher l; " H . M.S. Pinafore " 4.

''Margie" MacomberSong Contest I , 5; Stunr Night l, 3,

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Norma MagnerW. A. A. soccer, swimming l, 2; I. R. C. I, Publicity Chairman 4; Song Contest I, 2, 4 ; Stunt Night l, 2, 4; May Day I; Senior Tea Committee 4.

J ean Marti n " Toby" LavoieOramatic League I, 2, "Romeo and Juliet" I, "The Man Who Came to Dinner" 2; Choir l, 2; K11ppa D elm Phi 2, 3, 4; Charles Carroll Club, l , 2, 3, 4; Song Contest 2, 3; Srunr Night 2, 3.

Class Secretary I; Student Council 4; Williamatic Conference 3; COLLEGE HANDBOOK 3; Sigmo Rho l , 2, 3, 4; Song Contest l, 2, 4, Chairm11n 3; Stunt Night 3, 4, commiccee l, 2; Class Will 4; Class Day Speak er 4 .


John MayKappa Delta Pi 3, 4; ANCHOR 1; HELICON l; Dramatic League 1, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, "First Lady" 1, "Enchanted Collage" I, Christmas Broadcast 1, 2, "The Wedding'' 4; M.A. A. I, 2, 3; Charles Carroll Ch•b L, 4, Social Chairman 2, Vice President 2, President 3; Art Club 2; Color Guard I, 2. "Pat" .McCarthyANCHOR 1, News Editor 2, 3, 4, Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 2, Rhode Island inter-Collegia te P ress Association 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; HELICON 4; Dramatic League I, 2, 3; Poetry Reading Contest 3; Choir L. 2, 3. 4; W. A. A. I, 2; Sigrno Rho 1, 2, 3. ·f: Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; Daisy Chain 2; Art Club 1, 2: " H. M.S. Pinafore" 4 . "Cathy" McGion eDramatic League 2, 3, 4; Junior All iance Francaise 1; Song Contest I, 2, 3. 4 : Stunt Night 2, 3. 4; May D ay I, 2, 4. ·'May'' McGuinn essW . A. A. l, 2; Na ture Club 1, Social Committee Chairman l. 2: Song Contest I, 2, It; Stunt Night 2. 4. "Nan" ) JcGuinness Willirnantic Conference 3; Rhode Island State Model Congress .3, 4; Sigmo Rho 2, 3, 4; Song Contest 2; Stunt Night 2. E leanor M eloneDramatic League 2, 3; M. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Sigmo Rho 1; May D ay l , 2; Daisy Chain 2; Commenceme nt Usher 2; Chairman May Day Publicity and Cornmitcee on Arrangement 4.

Chairman l, Vice President 2, President 3, Ri co-Actor Award 2, "First Lady" L, ''Under the Gaslight" 1, " Romeo and J uliet" 1, "The Enchanted Cottage'' 1, "The Man Who Came To Dinner" 2, "Guest in the House" 2. "Twelfth Night" 2, "Our H earts Were Young and G ay" 2, "The Merchant of Venice'' 3; Choir 1, 2; M.A. A 1, 2; I. R. C. I, 2, 4, Vice President 3; Charles Carroll CI ub 2, 3, 4, President I; Song Contest I, 2, 3, 4; Srunt Night 1, 2, 3; Class Da)• Speaker 4; Commenceme nt Speaker 4.

" Twin" L. MigoneANCHOR 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic League Chairman 4; WI. A. A. 1, soccer 2; Song Contest I, 2. 4: Stunt Night 2: May Day I: Art Club 2. "Tw in" M. MigoneANCHOR 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic League 3, 4; W. A. A. 1, soccer 2; Song Contest I, 2. 4; Stunt Night 1: May Da>• I: Art Club 2. '~Betty''

MillerDrnmatic League 2, 3; Choir I, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. 1, 2; Nature Club 2; Song Contest L, 4; Stunt Night 1; May Day I, 2; Cap and Gown Day Marshall 3; Commenceme nt Marshalls 3: "H. M.S. Pinafore" .f.

"Connie" MillsClass Vice President 4; RICOLED Asso· ciate Editor 4; W. A. A. 1, swimming in· structor 1; Song Contest 2, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day I, 2 4; Senior Tea Com· mittee 4 ; Chairman of Rec. Room 4; Cap and Gown D ay Chairman 4; Eastern State Teachers' Confer ence 4.

Emma " Mitch"ell" H al" l\lerrit ! Class President 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4: "Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities" 4; Kappa Delta P i 3, 4; President's List 3, 4; COLLEGE HANDBOOK 4; Dramatic League 4, Publicity

Class Secretary 2, Vice President 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, Historian 4; ANCHOR I, Make-up Editor 2, 3, Associate Editor 4, Columbia Scholastic P ress Conference 2; H ELICON 3, Editor 4; COLLEGE H AN D· BOOK L, 3, Editor 2: W. A. A. swimming

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1; Sigmo Rho 1, 2, 3; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1; Flower Girl 3, Court 4: Daisy Chain 2: Class History 4: Class D ay Speaker 4.

J ohn " Nied"Charles Ca rro ll Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Presidem ;\; M.A. A. I, 2 .

John " 0. B.''-

M. A. A. 2, 3, 4, President 1, Basketball Coach l; Charles Carroll Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest 3: Stunt Night 2. 3: Color G\1ard 2 .

"Libby" O'NeillChoir 1, 2, 4, Secretary 3; W . A. A. swimming 2; basketball manager 1, soccer 3; Song Comest 2, 3, 4; Stum Night 2, 3. Chairman 4; May D ay 1, 2,; Daisy Chain 2: Commencemem Marshal 2.

Marie " P in"toW. A. A. l, 2, 3; Sigmo Rh o 1, 2, 3, 4; May D ay 2; D aisy Chain 2; Commencement Us her 2; Dance Committee 2: Cheer Leade r l, 2. 3.

" Peggy" PlantDra maric League 2, 3, 4; "Life With Mother" 4; \VI. A. A. soccer 2, 3; swimming 2, 4; Nature Club Vice Presidem 2, Secretary 3, 4, D elegate tO Amhurst Conference 2; Stunr Night 2. :\. 4 ; Song Co ntest 2, 4: May Day I, 2.

"Marty" QuiltyDramatic League 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; W. A. A. 1, swimming 2; Nature Club 3, 4; Song Contest I, 2. 4: Stunt Nig ht 2, 4 : May Day I. 2.

J oan RaticrClass Treasurer 3; Dramatic League ;\, 4. Publicity 3; Nature Club J, 2, 4, Publicity Chairman 3; Junior Alliance Francaise I; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Stum N ig ht l, 2, 3, 4; May D ay 1, 2, 3; Court 4; Daisy Chain 2; Soph-Hop Queen Candidate 2: Soph Ring Committee 2: Vesper Sunday Marshall 2. 3.

" Mar y K." ReardonDramari c League 2, 4, Costume Committee 3, Membership Committee 3; l. R. C. 1; Nature Club 3, 4; Song Contest l , 2, 3. 4: Stunt Night 3, 4; May Day I , Court 2, 3. Ma id of Honor 4; Daisy Chain 2; Commencement 2; Vesper Sunday Marshall 2 : Candidate for Soph Quee n 2: All-College Queen Candidate 3.

" Cork y" RitotaD ramaric League 3, 4, Property Cornminee 3, 4; W. A. A. 1, 4; Nature Club 3, 4 : Stu nt Night 4: May Day I, 2, Flower Girl t

" Li" RobinsonRICOLED Art EditOr 4; S i g rn o Rh o I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Alliance franca ise I ; Stum N ig hr 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4 ; May Day I, 2, Court 4; Daisy Chain 2; Art Club 2; Dance Committee 2. Decoration Committee Chairman 2.

Norma RosenPresidem's List 3; Dra matic League .~. 4 : Song Conrest 2: May D ay I.

"S he" RourkeSigmo Rh o I, 2, 3, 4 ; Song Contest 2, 3, 4 ; Stunt N ig ht 2, 3, 4; May Day I. 2. Quee n 4 ; Da isy Chain 2.

" Gel"ina ., Russeli"Margie" RandaiiW. A . A. 1; Nature Club 1; Song Contest 1. 4; Stunt Night I. 2: May Day I. 2.

W. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4; swimming 2; Song Conrest I, 2, 3; Srunr N ig ht 1, 2 : May Day I, 2, Senior T ea Commirtee 4.


" Bert" SaloisDramacic League I, 2, "Dire of the Road'' 1; ''What Men Live By" 1, "The Neighbors" 2, "The Governor" 2; Kappa Delta P hi 2. 3. Vice President 4; Charles Carroll Club I. 2, 3. 4: Song Contest 1. 3. 4: Stunt Night l. 3. 4.

David "Smitty"ANCHOR 1, 2, Business Manager 3, 4, Co· lumbia Scholastic Press Conference 3; Dramatic League 3, "Stardust" 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; M.A. A. l, soccer l, 2, 3, crack 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Charles Carroll Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest I, 2; Stunt Night I. 2; Armistice Day Honor Guard 2.

H aig Sarkes ia nStudenc Council 3; Kappa Delca Pi 3, 4; RICOLED Sporrs Editor 4; ANCH OR Spores Editor 1, 2, tf; M.A. A. l, 2, 3, 4; Charles Carroll Club l, President 2, 3: Kappa Delta Pi Conference Delegate 4.

" Fra n" S teereEditor-in-chief R1COLED 4; Eastern State Teachers' Conference speaker 3; ''\'V'ho's W ho Among American Colleges a nd Universities" 4; ANCHOR l, 4, Circu latio n Manager 2, Exchange Ed itor 3, Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 2, 4; ANCHOR Award 4; R hode Island Jncercollegiare Press Association representative 2; Dramatic League I, 4, Vice President 2, Membership Committee Chairman 3, Rico-Accor Award 3, "Romeo and J uliet" I; "Guest in the House" 2; "T welfth Night" 2, "Merchant of Venice" 3, "Life With Mother" 4; Poetry Reading Contest l, 2; Choir I, 3, 4, Librar· ian 2; W. A. A. I, 2, Ping Pong Manager 2; I. R. C. l, 4, Program Committee Chairman 3; J unior Alliance Francaise 1; Song Contest 1, 4, Committee 2, 3; Stunt Night 4; May Day 1; Cap and Gown Day Marshall 2; Daisy Chain 2; Chairman Senior Parent's Tea Committee 4: "H . M.S. Pinafore" 4: H ELICON 3.

"Lee"' SavoieStudent Council 2; Eastern Stares Teachers' Conference 3, Dramatic League l, 2, 3, "Romeo and Juliet" 1, ''Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 2, "The Man Who Came co Dinner" 2, "Stardust" 3; Choir 2, 3; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Charles Carroll Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest l, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 11sher 1. 2: Senior Tea Committee 4. " Bob" S h ieldsClass Social Committee Chairman 3; Student Council Treasurer 3; ''\Vho's Who Among American Colleges and Universities'' 4; ANCHOR 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Dramatic League l, 2. Rico-Actor Award 3, "Twelfth Night" 2; Choir 1; M.A. A. 1; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, President 4; Charles Carroll Club l, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest l, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard I; Class Day Chairman 4. " Be tty" S iele rDramacic League 2, 3, 4, ''Twelfth Night'' 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. soccer 1, 2, swimming 2, 4, basketball I, 2; I. R. C. 1, 2; Nature Club 2, 3. 4; Song Contest l, 2, 3. 4; Stunt Night I. 3, 4; May Day 4. "Ed" S ilvaStudent Council I; Presidenc's List 2: Kappa Delta P hi 3. 4.

"Pat" S tre kerDramacic League 2, 3, 4, "Twelfth Night" 2, "Gold in the Hills" 4; W. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Song Contest 1, 2, 3. 4: Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day I, 2. Ann Ma rie Sulliva nANCHOR 1, 2, 3; Dramatic League 3, 4, Property Committee 3; W. A. A. 1, · 2; Nature Club 3, 4; Sigmo Rho I, 2, 3, 4; Song Contest 2, 4; Stunt N ight 4; Daisy Chain 2; Cap and Gown Day Usher 2. " Jackie" S windellsScudent Council 3; W. A. A. I, 2; Sigmo Rho 3, 4; Song Contest I, 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day 2·, Court 1, 3; Maid of Honor 4; Daisy Chain 2.

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F annie TavaresClass Secretary 3; Albany State Teachers' Conference 2; ANCHOR I, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; I. R. C. 2, Program Chairman 3, P resi路 dent 3, 4, Delegate to United Nations 3, American I nternational Conference Delegate 2; Song Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Commencement Usher 2; May Queen's Courr 4.

"J ackie" T aylorStudent Council 2; ANCH OR 2, 3, Alumni Editor 4, Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 4; Dramatic League P ublicity Chair路 man 2, Secretary 3; Sigmo Rho 1, 2, 3, 4; Song Comest I , 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; May Day 1; Student Publicity Chairman 2, 3, 4: Commencement Committee Chairman 4.

J oan TaylorKappa Delta Pi 3, Secretary 4; Dramatic League I, 3 4, Secretary 2; Choir l, 2, 3, 4; I. R. C. 2, 4, Chairman of Foreign Relief Committee 3; Nature Club 2; Song Contest I, 2, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3; May Day I, 2, 3, Senior Tea Co mmittee 4.

Geor gia T ownsendDramatic League I, 3, 4, Secretary 2, "Romeo and J uliet" I, "The Man Who Came to Dinner" 2, "Guest in the House" 2; R ico-Actor Award 2, "Life With Mother" 4; W. A. A. I, 2; Song Contest 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 3, 4; May Day Court I; Daisy Chain 2; Commencement Marshall 2.

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Dramatic League I, 2, 3, " Romeo and Juliet" l, "Twelfth Night" 2, "The Mer路 chant of Venice" 3; Kappa Delta Phi 2. 3. 4: Charles Carroll Club I, 2, 3. 4.

" G lo" T u rilliSong Contest I , 4; Stunt Nighr I, 4: Ma}' Day 1; W. A. A. I.

"Petesy" VangclStudent Council 4; Choir I; M.A. A. I, 2, 3, 4; Charles Carroll Club I, 2, 3, 4: Song Contest 3. 4: Stunt Night 3. 4: Basket路 ba ll I, 3, 4.

"Rodge'' VermccrschCiass Social Committee Chairman 4: ANCHOR I, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic League I, 2, 4, Publiciry Chairman 3, Rico-Actor Award 4; M. A. A. soccer 3, 4, basketball I, 2; Nature Club I, Publicity Chairman 2; Kappa Delra Phi 3, 4; Charles Carroll Club l, 2, -1, Social Committee Chairman 3: Song Contest I, 2, 3. 4: tunc Night 1. 2. 3. 4.

" Barby" VeyeraDramatic League 2; Nature Club 2; Song Contest l, 2: Choir I. 2. 3: Stunt Night l. 2.

" Larry" WildgooseDramatic League I, 2; K appa Delta Phi .~. Social Committee Chairman 4; Charles Carroll Club l. 2, 3, 4; Stunt Night I, 2. tf.

"Stan" 'Wyspian sldStudent Council 4; Choir I, 2,; M.A. A. basketball I , 2, 3, softball l, 2, intramural basketball 2, 4; Song Contest I, 2, 4; Stunt Night I, 2, 4; Charles Carroll Club I, 2. 3. Vice President tf.


Class Will We, the class of 1950, Rhode Isla nd College of Education, considering ourselves ro be of unlimited intelligence and physical prowess, do hereby proffer this our lasr will and testament. \'(/e direcr and bequeath rhe following: To President Whipple- the knowledge rhar the class of 1950 will remain in his thoughts as the mosr unusual ever to leave R.l.C.E. To Dr. Donovan-the fond hope that men will someday be permined ro take their proper place in rhe field of elementary education. To Miss Lee-ro save her vocal chords, a record convincing swdents rhat rhere are no openings in the secondary schools. To Dean Connor-the hop~ rhar she will live long enough ro see rhe profession given back ro the women. To our class advisers-the incoming class of 1954 with rhe belief that rhey cannot possibly produce the many and varied headaches caused by our g roup. To the English Department-the hope that they will some day include a good grammar methods course in rhe Eng! ish-Social curriculum. To rhe Mathematics Deparrment--'<1 mechanical device which will help rhe poor, defenseless Freshmen pass their basic math course. T o rhe History Department-enough reference books so that everyone will be able to do his assignment rhe night before ir is due. To the Science Department-an invention which rivals the atomic bomb. To rhe Psychology Department-<> n e thousand copies of a textbook entitled, 'fbey Ougbt to be SfJrmked. To rhe Public Speaking Deparrment-'cln X-ray machine which will erase a ll imperfections from rhe speech of outgoing reachers. To rhe Physical Education Departmenred ucarional rather than coeducational facil iries. (N.B. \'(le remember the rime when we were Freshmen getting ready for rhe shower on rhe way down from rhe gym, and rhe boys for the nexr group were on their way \IP the stairs.) To the Education Department-a medal for sartorial splendor. T o rhe Geography Deparrmenr-srudenr copies of all maps ro save hours of labor. To rhc Foreign Language Deparr menradios. and au revoir.

To rhe Sociology Deparrmenr-some real sl ums ro explore. To the Music Department-a firsr-rare symphony orchestra to accompany all choir concerts. T o rhe Art Department-one, just one. Dali ro keep up morale. T o rhe Political Science Department-a censor ro check all lesson plans so rhar rhe professors in rhar deparrmem shall never be accused of being partisan. To the Librarians- a soundproof building which will make rhe Library of Congress look small by comparison. To the Medica l Staff-a truckload of modern equipment ro help rhem locate dread diseases in aspiri ng teachers. To rhe Office Sraff-a radar-operated communications system ro help rhem locate students throughout the the building. To rhe next President of Council-'<~ neonlighted marquee outside the auditorium to make Fon•m a litde more inviting. To rhe Ancbor-freedom of rhe press. To rhe Ricoled-a trust fu nd so large that rhe only worry will be how ro spend it all. To the Choir- 12 lovely voices ro replace rhe ones it is losing. To Kappa Delta Pi-our undying respect for being outstanding men and women. To the l.R.C.- funds for a field trip ro rhe United Nations. To the Nature Club-a large, natural campus which will have trees and bugs aplenty. T o rhe Dramatic League-more acceptable plays with cutting unnecessary. To the Charles Carroll Club-a housekeeper ro keep the club roo ms presentable for guests at all times and a few p inochle desks for the War Memoria l room. T o Kappa Delta Phi- the wish rhar their meetings be as gay as ever. T o Sigma Rho-rhe seats so recently vacated by the Senior Class. T o rhe Underclassmen, we leave our originaliry in all underrakings, our professional attitude. and rhe knowledge rhar rhey will \IP· hold the ideals of rhe college at all times. Signed, Sealed, and Delivered this l7rh day of June, 1950 Jean E. Martin

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Jsc row- S. Flores. A. Barry, Soc. Comm. Chairman 2 nd; l\f. .Martin. B. Gorman, M. \X'ard. N. Scra~bcr~. 2nd row C. A:,.~clin, G. Usher, E. Alexandre. ). Ma inelli. H. ~1erikoski. A . Agro nic l.. . ) . Scary. ,;rd row--G. H opkinh N. Bouchard. A. Aser·nle1y, T. McVay, F. Burns. J. Devine. A. tu(sicr. M. ~tcnard . J. \'!1 ood.

M ATH EMATICS·SCIENCE: Seated- D. Torme}·. M. Diohep. V. OcAngelus. E. Tra\'Cr$, J>residc.· m 1st: ) . Le"·e.sque. Soc. Comm. Chairman 1st: M . \'Vimerbouom. ). Andrews. canding- G. Trncy. A. Manning. E. M<Gunagle. }. M<Carrhy. Vice Pres. 2nd: }. M cC.~mhridj;e. V. Trainor. G. Jackson. E. Sih-a. R. Alberg.


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Sca<ed-J. La cham. l . Uarr). 6 . Hughes. } . Mct\llosccr. <... Ma~naua. Standing- N. Chace. j . K nowles . .M. Cannon. 0. Anderson. E. Finpacrick.

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F.. )one), E. Reardon. X. H arrop. ~(.'<-f\.'C.U)' he and l nd: B. Teller. E. .Mc.Clu~kc) , ~oc.-. Comm. Chairman 1st; D. Pendleton. ~- Pearson. 2nd row- K. G-arvin. J. McNanna. M. McK u chcn. D. K ellr. G. Bulle)'. Vice Pres. he: M . Pellegrino, C. You n ~. P. Mo nahan • .M. Reinsanc. ;'lrd row G. Varone. P. Duncan. P. Macomber. 1), lhldani, M. Lozito. Soc. Conu n. Ch.lirman 2nd: N. l!n~ lcson. L Duggan. P . J ohnson. M . H anc,~tryk. ·•ch row- E. Emond, M-. \'(Iii Iiams. ) . V::tslcc. M. J):lih:y. ) . Slocu m, 1\'1. Fr-ancis, Prc~idc ru l nd: ) . Aitken, J~. Smith , H. H awes. ). Carrigan, R . JJflrgr.wc). lsc row

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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY After a brief orientation period, the class of 1951 was ready to begin the journey of work and fun in September 1947. At rhe end of the hazing period; rhey seed ed down to the new routine before rhem. By rhe end of rhe first quarter, they elected officers and organized a Stunt Night committee headed by Bob Hargreaves. The humor and originality of their skit brought them a well-deserved second place. Led by Jean Mainelli, the Song Contest committee, including Betty Reardon, Marjorie Ward, Mary Lozito, Pat Duncan, Carolyn M agnatta, George Amato, and Edward Travers, again brought fame co this Freshman class by coming up with an alma mater and a cheer song chat was second only to the Seniors. Because of the number of Anchor pointS received from Stunt Night, Song Contest, and attendance of school functions, the class was presented the iron Anchor on Class Day. In September 1948, the members reentered R. I. C. E. with the intention of k eeping up the good work. Early in October, the class played hose to the Freshmen at a party in 102. A take-off on college life, the skit presented by the class for Stunt Night, won first place and the lead in Anchor points. In April, Ollie Anderson directed their Song Contest. In the spring, the class of '51 held its Sophomore Hop. Under the direction of Emily McCluskey, the dance climaxed the Sophomore year for the class.

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After a r<'stful summer, the Juniors returned co R. I. C. E. full of drive, knowing full well that only two years remained before they could grasp the coveted diploma. Immediately, half of the class began practice teaching at the Henry Barnard School. During the first week of college, the J unior Class was host to the new members of the school, the Freshmen. At this informal affair, each Junior met his Freshman brother or sister. On Anchor Day, November 16, rhe Juniors, sporting emblems signifying their membership in the Anchor class proudly sang their class cheer song at forum. Walter Littlefield, a former m ember of the Junior Class, was pre¡ sented a plaque and was awarded honorary membership in the class of 1951 at the Anchor Day exercises. Under the able leadership of Helen Agronick and Robert Hargreaves, the Juniors presented their clever idea of "Women Are a Bother" in the Stunt Night contest. Apparently the girls in the cast were n ot a bother, for the stunt won second place. Later, the Juniors dug into their unique repetoire and sang their class cheer song and alma macer in the annual Song Contest. With Stunt Night and Song Contest behind them, the energetic Juniors made p lans for their formal dance, the J unior Prom. The success of this spring affair puc the finishing couches co their school year's activities. And now, for the class of 1951, there remains only that final hurdle, the senior year, and then, graduation.


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. McNeill , ) . Pc ,it . 1st row-] . Shcn. A. Kinoinn , F. Piacitcll i, J>. Cambra, N. Avedisian. A. McSherry, A Sc<retary lsr. R. Ouri~a n . ! nd ro w- T. D u nn. F. G-allo~l), R. ToomC)', ) . H url. J. Cunningham , II . Korb. D. OJi,•er. . Keefe. \"\/, \Vckh. 3rd row- R . Font;•ine. V. Kinoian. Prcsidem 1st a nd 2 ntl : N. ) aroma, D. Craven . ) R . Ste ve ns, R . l: irb)'. E. M 0 1H1 han .

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s s ELEMENTARY .KINDERGAR TF.N·PRIMAR Y: lst row-S. Rosenchal. M. Go,•onc. P. Greene, D. Kcou~h . 1. Dusseault. J, Healey. I. Mfl ingot. 1\. H c rmiz, M. McCullen , C. Si h •n.. lnd ro,v- 0 . \"Vishnevsky. C. l·l ickcy, H . Flr. n r.~n n , l\1. Feeney, P. Logan, C. Duggan, C. Emid)•. A. Hallal. S. Fiyod. M. Shepard. D. Tormey . .lrd row- M. Z.•iac. A. Too!e. Sccremry 2nd: V. Lighcbown. A. Lucey, ) . Kennedy, A. Durfee, R. Lanoue. A. Holmberg. P. flanagan, C. Ucding. M. Smith.

F.LEMENTARY ·KI NDERGARTE N.PRIMARY: 1st ro\v- 1. Moon. 0. Moorehead. N. Bloomer. D. Amaral, V. Cox. D. l>crr.uti, ). Moore. E. Chap· man. C. Dnvcy. 2nd row- B. Guscui. C. Dniscnault. i\f. McCullen. G. Dobson. P. Brobur~. R. Petersen, P. Bcu cz. N. Sancos. B. Quimbr. J . McKenna. Vice Pres. 1st and 2 nd. 3rd row- J . Cavanaugh. R. Noone)', :t.f. Creighton. C. Oortc. Soc. Comm. Chairman ht and 2 nd ; D. Abbey. M. Carroll. D. Callahan, A. Vilcno. A. Romani. ·Hh row-C. R a nkowicz. M . Mulligan. R . Picchionc. S. Na,\rocki. N. Tucker. Treasurer hc .\nd 2 nd; A. Dctonnancoun . ). Caranci, R. Grady, S. Reynolds.


SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY On a clear day in September in 1948, when college was officially opened, the class of 1952 first entered R. I. C. E. Shortly after the members had become acquainted with the faculty, their classmaces, and the school program, they elected the following class officers: President, Vartkis Kinoian; Vice-President, Margaret J . McKenna; Secretary, Janice M . Petit; Treasurer, Christine A. Emidy, Dorothy A. Amaral; Socia l Committee Chairman, Barbara A. Gusetti. Under the leadership of David Craven, the class presented, for Stunt Night, its version of R. I. C. E. located in Dogpatch. The skit was complete with Li'l Abner, Daisy Mae, and even a schmoo. After the midyear, the class elected J ane McKenna as Chairman of the Song Contest committee. The class chose well, for, under her direction, the Sophomores rook second place in the annual contest. Their Freshman year bad ended on a successful note. When leaves were turning rust and yellow and drifting to the ground, an eager, proud, and purposeful class entered the portals of R. I. C. E. once more co resume studies. The Sophomores, teeming with ideas, were impatient ro put them co work. Because of the size of the class, a division into five groups was necessary, three for chose studying in the elementary field, one for majors in MathScience, and the ocher for chose concentrating in English-Social Studies. H ow-

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ever, the Sophomore dass was still united. In that month when proverbial winds howled and whistled, che Sophomores welcomed the Freshmen at a house party. " Papa" Kinoian and "Mama" Doyle met the guests at the door. Much co the delight of the Freshmen, Bert and Tallulah ( Dick Stevens and Joseph Keefe) whooped it up in the " Apache Dance." And just about the time when corn was being husked and turkeys gobbled no more, " La Soiree Bleue," the first semi-formal dance of the year, was sponsored by this precocious class. The members chose Joan Shea co reign as Queen at their exquisite Sophomore Hop, by

far one of che mosc successful dances held at R. I. C. E. Snow sheeted the ground, and the spirit of Christmas hung in the air when the Sophomores presented their interpretacion of the "R oaring 20's" in the AllCollege Stunt Night contest. Although they fai led co win the coveted Anchor points, they did a creditable job in the show, revealing some excellent talent. With the coming of Spring, the lutings of birds had nothing on this group. They were prepared and anxious co sing their class cheer song and alma mater in Song Contest. Another school year has ended. With chat esfJ1¡it de corps and vitality which characterizes the whole school, and notably their own class, the graduates of J 952 look forward co a more successful year in 1951.


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IS< row- E. Jl alt>erin. L. Monk. l. Bilodeau. A. W:lish. C. L<-es. l. Archambauh. M. Duffy. ). Gcgan. l nd row- J . Cu llen. V. Fonin, A. Ethier. A. Osti8,tt)'. C. :M otdeski. J>. Hurfins;ton, M. lapnrt, M. Spero .

.~rd row- L. Marshall. G. Carrier, G. Tatreault, C. Gagnon. L. Robert, A. Choqucuc. \V/, B:lnahan. A. Silverman.

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2nd ro,v- B. Burns. M. Beauie. A. Bo)•es. E. Da,vlt)', .E. Criscione. M. Coll in:., E. Gardner. D. Onldwin. D. Govc. ' rd row- V. Campo. R. Oavis. ) . Read. S. T arroglio. A. Goodwin. A. Counldo. \V./ . Orury, K. Antoncvich. R. Carlson.

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l st row- l. K in oi~u1. S~crcwr~·: 1. MacOonnld. M . O'Rourke. M . C:\\':w:ms:h. 0 . M urra ~·. M . Connolh. L. M \ltphy. l: nd row- J . \XI<:kh. N. \'\:f" rncr. ) . S no w , n. Gri(fi n . M . Ive rs. i\1 . S:tW)1('f , ) . J o h nson . 1.. V:I X, J\L l.ace. T. Kierna n. \ rd r()w- R . H a mmond. s. \'<lilliams. Prc~it iC rH l rHI: r:. B rcsh:th~Hl. N. Shea. f I. Valentine, n. ~l arli ll, C. Sousn. F. \Xf ounn. R . Sullivan.

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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY History may repeat itself, but the class of I 95 3 refuses to b elieve that a ny class can equa l theirs. The la rgest class numerically, the Freshmen boast great athletes, ale rt and successful journalists, extremely talented musicians, ski llful a nd pleasing exponents of the dramatic a rt, a nd yet they rema in a most scho la rly group of individuals. Orientation day, September 9, found the Freshmen lost in a conglomerat ion of schedu les, textbooks, and lists of regulations for hazing week. The unique numbering of the classrooms only added co the confusion of the comple tely bewilde red, befuddled, and generally distressed Frosh. Manifesting a spirit of cooperation indicative of later efforts, a number of ma thematicians collabora ted and deciphered the lunch schedule. When this mome ntous cask was completed , the class relaxed and agreed that college life might not be so harrassing after all. Nor even the earnest efforts of the Juniors could temper the e nthusiasm of the ne wcomers. H ampered by irregula rity of cloth ing, signs dangling from the neck, and pockets bulg ing with lifesavers, they struggled, unda unted, up the scone steps each day to face upper class inquisition. Anticipating an end ro their miser y, the unsuspecting innocents h urried ro the Juniors' party; a mock erial a t which the Juniors dealt out " justice" co offende rs soon banished a ll trace of affection for the sister class. Lacer, a quantity of fru it punch and dozens of cupcakes convinced the Freshies that the

J un iors possessed some sembla nce of huma nity. The Freshma n had just acclima ted themselves co a routine of classes, classes, and more classes when they were inform ed chat Stunt N ight loomed ahead. I mmedi a tely, the Frosh plunged into a green tra nce replete with squa bbles, headaches, la ughter, work, a nd eme rged trium phant with-a script! H ours of casting, rehearsals, and comm ittee m eetings ensued before the class considered it ready for production. T heir fondest hopes were realized when the judges picked their skit for firs t place. Soon after Scunr Night, rhe Freshies concluded chat they liked each ocher a nd decided to give themselves a party. There, a mid the litter of cake crumbs and crumpled paper cups, the preliminary plans for Song Contest were formulated. With customary zeal, they strove tO repeat their excellent Stun t Nig ht performance. As w inter leng the ned into spring, the youngest class entered into all acti vities, teas, dances, plays, and a thletic competition, with alarcicy. Always they aimed a t those things which lead to loyalty, unity, a nd progress. T he Freshmen have come a long way since chat Septem ber day when, they claim, President Whipple me t with the most powerful corps of prospective reachers that this institution has ever g iven the Sca re. One might comment that the class of ' 53 mig ht have no fin er aim chan ro fulf ill chis claim. They intend co!


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STUDENT COUNCIL

Thomas 1:. Lavery, Jr. President

1st semescer-M. Francis. 1'"rca.surcr; M. H agen. Secretary; P. VanJtCI. G. Callipenu. F. Carello. T. l:wer>. Pres.; P. Oliver. S. K inoian. Vice President: F. Burns, ). Slocum. ) . McCambridge. E. Traver~. '

\Vyspianski, ). Beverly, P. \Vald. N. \XIaroer. S. \'(lillianlS, II . Flan:a,gnn. D. Craven. 2nd semcsrcr- \Xf. D c Roin, Treasurer: i\1. Ha,g en. Sccrct3ry; T. L'lvery, President: S. Kinoia n , Vice Pre(· ident; S. \'!lill iams. P . \XIuld. N. \Varne r. ). Cot. ) . Ocvinc, M. Francis. D. Kelly. M. M icha<:l. I) Craven. P. Oliver, ((. l'lnnason. \VI. Lou~thced. ). M r~nin. F. Cnn:l lo. tr. M erriu.

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STUDENT COUNCIL The executive power of the Studenc Cooperative Association of Rhode Island College of Education is vested in Studenc CounciL This group meets once a week ··co provide a suitable medium for communication a nd cooperation between the college authorities a nd the srudem body." Once every three weeks, the presidenc of Student Col1ncil, who is elected by the student body from the members of the Senior class, presides over forwn. Council is composed of the presidents of all clllsses. three add itional

represencatives from CliCh class, and three faculty represcncatives appointed by the presiden t of the College. Thomas F. L11very, Jr., is presidenc this year. The Winter Carnival, All-College dance sponsored by Student Council, was held on January 13th, under the capable direction of Sarah Kinoian, council vice president, who w11s elected All-College g irL The vice-presidenc of Student Council acts as social committee cha irrn11n for the College and organizer of the May Day progmm.

"All-College Girl" Candidates

S(•:ucd- Pauline Ho.rcin~ton. Snrnh Kinoian. AI1·College Girl; Rachael Benneu . ~tandin~ \on,cann.• l)oyle. Janice Slocum. Jane McKenna. Doris Pendelton. Ann Hos:nn.

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n:::ighbor policr between the facu lty ~md the student body. In 1949-1950, the A11cbor has he I peel to bring about the abolitio n of the publication of rhe probatio n list, rhe synchronizing of the clocks, and the prompt rerurning of corrected e xa mina tions, a ll he lping to boost the morale of the stude nt body. Along with good leade rship, the A 11cb or has good representa tion of the srudcnt body. Seniors, junio rs, sopho mores, a nd freshme n make up the sraff.

In irs rw:::nty-rhree years, the Anchor, rhe college newspaper, has g rown in size and in scope. Complete coverage of college acn vtt y, :~s well as publication of srude nt opinion, has been the goa l of the ha rd-wo rking ed itorial board. Many impo rra nt issues o f srudenr life arc broug ht to the fore throug h the press. The A11cbor policy is ro see that a ll ma tters of colkge interest a re reported, and tO coopera te with Srude nt Council in pro moting the good

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HELICON

lst row- R:\)'nlOild Ourigan. EnH'I\,1 Mitc he ll. Editor~ Abrah~ m $('hwildron . lnd row- K:uhlccn Ball , Patricia McC:â&#x20AC;˘rrhy, Inez Joost, Lorc u n Duooan. Ruth Macl.ea n.

The H elicon, our literary publicacion, was first started in 1938 as a spring issue of rhe Attcbor. The popularity of both the H eli cou and rhe /lt1cbo1 demanded the independence of the Helico1t as a regular annual magazine. This magazine contains prose and poetry

written by the studems of the college. All students are eligible to submit manuscripts which are selected for publication by the Helicou staff, representing each class a nd headed by an ediror elected by the A nchor ed irorial board.

COLLEGE HANDBOOK

Dambruch. A . llcrmiz. Editor: H. Mcrriu. c.lnding- R. Fontaine. II. Ko rb. M. francis. M. \XIard, I. Kinoian.

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Each year in order ro ease the many difficulties which confront the students who enter R. I. C. E. for rhe first rim.:, rbe Student Council publishes the College Ht~llflbook. In the Hmulbook are descri ptions of t he clubs

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and organizations, the c ustoms and read i rions, a I ist of rules and regulations, and both the academic and social calendars of the yea r. This booklet may be for Freshmen, bur rhe upperclassmen could nor get along ¡without it.


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS The i nternationa l Relations C lub fu nctio ns an informal, bur informative. campus o rganization. The members engage in a micable debate and in lively d iscussion o f wocld a ffai rs a fter w hich they sip p unch a nd m unc h cookies. Speakers prominenr in t he field o f inte rnatio nal rela tions arre nd teas sponsored by the I. R. C. l nrercollegia re conferences constitute a n impo rta nt part of the club's program. AHracri ve, instr ucti ve bulletin board displays an est t hat the g roup d oes no r limit itself ro con versa tion. ln obser va nce of United a~

Na tions W eek, t he members organized an informa tio n boorh fro m w hich they distributed literat ure and answered questions abou t rhe U.N. This yea r the I. R. C. joined rhe stare org ani zation, the Co llegia te W o rld Affa irs Council., a nd d uring R. I. \'<fo rl d Affa irs Week, a member of the United Na tio ns Department of Social Affairs spoke at asse mbl y on ..Ed ucation for Peace." The a nnual banque t on April 27rh brought the season ro a successful conclusion.

I)_ l>cndlcton. 1.. ;\tonk, M. farrell)'. M. Gilligan. A. Hogan. J, Slocum. ht rO\\ 2nd ro" A. \X'alsh. ~t. Duff)'. A . Ethier. l. Bilodeau. C. M odelski. C. Magnotta. D . Abbe)'. II . Korb. l_,rc,id<.â&#x20AC;˘nt ht. Vice J>rcsidcnt 2nd; N. Pearson . .M. Lennon. F. Sreere. ). fk,crl). R. Duri!:an. P. \ XI ald. J. Hurl. Soc. Comm. Chairman 2nd; M. Ltp,tn, F. P;ac.uclh, ,r,J tO\\ !>ct u:t.ar) ht; C. G.asnon. Sccreto.U)' 2nd; R. NcYille. G. Gallipeau.


DRAMATIC LEAGUE

McCambrid~c. N. HarrOI), President he row- J. Ocvine. _R. Stevens. ). McCn rth)". Vice Prcsidcm lst and 2 nd: J, Grady, Publicity Chairman lSl; M. lessor llcalcr. A. Ba rrr. Secrerary Jst; F. Burns. Vice President lsc: M. Mc(;lon<. R. Lombardi . ] . Shea. SecrNat)' 2 nd: 2nd ro'-'•- 0 . Craven. ) . Aitken . ] . Carrigan. E. Smith. C. Asselin, 8. Gorman. A. Hcrmi1. C . .Magnaua. ) . Vaslcc . D. Amaral. R. Ve rmecrs.ch. Stacy. ~l. Rcinsant. ). . ) Finpacrick. E. Chace. N. 3rd ro,v- A. Lussier. G. 'J'ownscnd. U . Mcrikos:ki. J. l.cvcsquc.

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l>ccit . .i,\1. Carroll. 0 . Callahan. R . Toomey. P. S1reker. R. H argraves. Lozito, M. M. \XIard . ) . Andrews. M. Michael, N. F.nglcson, hh ro"-·- G. G"llipeau. t>rcsidcnc 2nd: F. Steere. E. Reardon. Vileno. ] . May. ]. McN•nna. 8. Dulresnc. A. Sullivan. E. McCluskey. A. M. Farrell)·. Vice President 2nd: Sth row- T . McVay. A. Toole. ] . Cavanaugh. C. Du)tgan. D. Kcllr. 0 . Baldani. A. Lu«>. A. Hogan. ~1. Quilty, E. Ritota. E. Sieler. N. Bloomer, M. Zajac.

Under rhc direction of P rofessor Grace D. Healey, rhe Dramatic League rook ro the road this year. In addition ro the- regular College presentati on, "The \'<ledding " and "G o ld in the Hills" were presented ar rhe Veteran·;; Hospital, Srate Sanatoriu m at Walh•m Lake, and the Newport Naval Hospital. The problems faced by a road company are many. The success with which rhese problems were overcome was manifest by the many letters of congratul ations and appreciat ion received from the patients in these institution s. After its road trip, the Dramatic League

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presented rhe hilarious comedy "Life with Mother" in February, and, with the cooperation of the Senior class, the Senior Play in May. The Dramatic League and Choir cooperated to make successful the productio n o f Gilbert and Sullivan's "H. M.S. Pinafore" in May, a lso. Accordin g tO Miss Healey, the success of each play lies in the cooperati on among directors, actors, anJ stagehand s. In each play presented rhis year, rhis cooperati on was at all times evident, for many were the curtain calls for both rhe direcror and arrisrs.


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KAPPA DELTA PI

Barbara Einarrson. Joan Taylor. Sccremrr: Fred C."lrcllo. Vice President : John Mar. ~fildred Oambruch, President: Franccs·Annc Ooylc. Social Committee Chairman; Emma Micchcll. Historian-Rccordu: Harold Mcrriu, Thomns La very. Treasurer.

Priding themselves on being interested in all phases of education, members of the Epsilon Rho Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the national honor society in education, began their busy season. The ftrst meeting was devoted to slides, a motion picture, and commentaries on lraly by Miss Mathilda Liberati, guest lecturer. Jn November, at a special meeting, Miss Helen Scott was initiated as an honorary member of Epsilon Rho in recognition of her service in the field of education. The highlight of the Kadelphian year was the Christmas dance. The College reception room was the scene of the Kappa "Sno-ball."

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The beautifully decorated Christmas tree, white snowflakes, the dreamy music of Tommy Masso's orchestra, and swirling skirts added ro the occasion. The star on rhe Christmas tree was marched by the stars in the girls' eyes when reminiscing abOtlt the Kappa "Sno-ball." In the eary spring, the Kadelphia ns were joined by new members who had met the necessary requirements of the National chap· rer. These initiates next year will be the vet· erans, taking the place of the seniors who ha w~ left for the classrooms of the stare filled with the zeal of promoting the educational aims of Kappa Delta Pi.


COLLEGE CHOIR

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ro" f . Steere. M. Zaj1c. E. o·r-:cill. G. Dobson. Soc. Co:nm. Chairm:tn lnd: A. Ethier. 0. Du fresne. S. Fiyo:l . C. Davey. R. Albers:. \~ . Lougheed. \ 'ice Prcsid..:nc lnd: A. $(hwadron. C. Harrington. C. Magnatca. Soc:. Comm. Chairman lst: C. Ga,.:non. Librarian 2nd: l. Monk, I. Moon. R. Lanoic. A. Hogan, President he and lnd: E. Chapman, P. Broburs;. S. K.noi.m. A. \X1 alsh.

lnd ro'' M. \ X'illiams. librarian. 1st: 8. Griffin. L. Archambault. R. Martin. ). l...an~aon . E. Hawes. C. Modelski. R. Too· me). E. Tarcn~tlia , M. Grady. R. Lombardi. Treasurer 2nd; R . Stevens. A. Fras.cr, N. Pearson. B. Quimbr. D. Go, c, M. Jlnt:en. M. O'Rourke. Libra rian 1St: l. Atw;ltCr. M. Gillignn. Secretary 2 nd . .\rd row- B. Burns. B. Sieler. N. Chace. M. \~a rd. F.. Reardon. hh row- E. Carr. A. Caca ldo. N. Bloomer. A. Gracyo.lnr. ] . De v ine. Vice Prcsidcnc IM: A. Choqucuc. f . Do>·lc. C. Do>·lc. f.. ~1 o naha n , E. S.rcsnahan. A . OeT o nnnncourt. \V.' . D cRoin, F. Firb)'. D . O liver. 0. Anderson. Sccre(ary l sc; 11 . Mcri· ko~ki. ) . A ndre ws . .M. \XI incerbo u o m. t\ t the phu10, Rica Blcho. Di recdn~:-J>rof. Gertru de E. ~fcG u n iglc.

The Rh ode Island College of Education Choir began irs 1950-1951 season by giving the stude nt body a sneak preview, a t a chapel exercise, of the progra m ro be presented a t Teachers' I nsti t ute i n the Metropolitan T heater, Ocrober 29, 1949. T he next offi cial ap ppearance of the year was the entertainme nt of the visiting stude nts at the conve ntio n he ld at R. l. C. E. T he Christmas season found the C hoir enthusias tic and very busy. With the help of some very talented Freshmen a nd the a lwaysread y support of upper class members, the

Choir prepared a collection of new a nd old carols for its a nnual Christmas Concert. In addition to the college concert, the Choir we nt on the road bring ing Christmas cheer ro the Vetera ns' Hospita l in Providence, a nd singing in fro nt of the City Ha ll. The next semester fo und Choir members prepa ring for the Spring Concert, the hig hlight of the year. Choir deviated from the traditio nal concert repertoire of songs this year to join with the Dramatic League in the production of an operetta, "H. M.S. Pinafore." This new ve nture met with great success.

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W on1.en's Athletic Association

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t>accurcod abo v<.- D . Pe ndleton. Preside nt: R. Toomc)•. Soc. Comm. Chairm,u\ : C. ~l.t~n.ttl.l, Vi(.c P re.)· idenc: I. } OO)t , ecrcra ry~ f\i. Reins.."lnt. Publicity Chairm-an; 1. .Moon. T rea.)urcr.

OH ICF.R O F ECOND SEMESTER: (.. M a~n a u a. President: P. Reinsant. Vice President: P. Han ingto n. Sccrct ,aQ·: I. ) W>C. 1 rc.,.)utcr; ~1.

lk-au ic, Soc. Comm . Cha irman; C. Andre ws. P ublicity Chairman.

The reorganization of che W. A. A. cook place before College opened in September. Leccers were sent to active members of the club, as well as to che incoming Freshmen, disclosing the events of che coming year. Beca use of chis advance buildup, a good representation from all classes was evident at the first meeting. For this group , many varied acuvmes were planned. A bowling league was organized for the first time. The regular soccer season came to a successful conclu~ ion with competition among classes for the mythical championship. Forgeccing athletics for a while, the W. A. A. sponsored a drive co supply food baskets for the needy at Thanksg iving time. Bicycle trips were taken during the numerous holidays. Shortly before Christmas, all girls were given

an opportu nity to brush up on their swimming ac the Plantations Club. Before che opening of che second semester, a number of w inter spores enrhusiasts spent three days in Northfield, M assachusetts. at a ski hostel. Their beaming, healthy faces ·were sufficient proof of their exhilarating trip. T he basketball season again broug ht about the class competition which proved of interest co the entire Co llege. Adherents of golf, horseback riding. and tennis had their opportunity co pursue their favorite pastime. T hus the year went by w ich an abundance of good, wholesome exercise for all who were interested. As in prev ious years, che W omens Ach lecic Association has p roved co be a symbol of gay times and good p hysical accivicies.


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N. Bloomer. P. 8cuez. D. Broburg, C. Silva, G. C:\rOn. E. Bennett. Socia l Commiuee Chair路

~ man 2 nd; l. Zarcll~ . 2 nd ro,v- J. Slocum. r>rcsidcnt 1st; F. Piacitelli, L. Mis;onc, F.. Sie ler. Social Committee C hairmnn ~ N. Magner. E. Fnrin, P. Johnson. ] . Fox. A . Sullivan. 3rd ro,v- E. True. D. Amar.,l. C. M3gnaua. 0. Abbey, ) . ~路l cN ar'lrln, Publicit)' Chairman lst: J. Vcr路 meuc. S. Oomnarski, M. Qu ilt)'. J~. Ritota. M. J>lanc. Scnc"H)' 1st M\d 2 rld; C. Brelsford, A. Vile no. 4 th row- G. G:tllipcnu. 1) . Oliver. Tr('asurcr 1st: F. \XIillianb, \VI, Lougheed. M. Zajac. Vice f>rc"'idcm 1st. Treasu rer 2nd: A . llnlloran. M. Le nnon. A. O'll cMn. C. f>amucllo. R. Peterson.

"'Greet your partner with a do-si-do." Bursting with fun and activiry. members of the Nature Club began their busy season with a parry for the Freshmen, featuring square dancing in the gymnasium. Armed with bursring energy, forrified by sizzling hot dogs, rhe group danced away rhe afternoon. The next eYenr was a motion picwre on forest fires, how they are born and how to combat them. This activity, sponsored in connection with Fire Preve ntion \'(leek, informed all nature lovers of rhe disasters caused by rhoughdess people. Pe rhaps the picture of forests motivated the nature clubbers to explore the g reat outdoors, for a hike to Skeleton Valley was their nexr venture. Clad in dungarees, this group of naturalists found many interesting birds and trees to caprivare their attention. The climax of the first semester activities was rhe annual Christmas party he ld in Room 102.

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The new year found rhe nature clubbers star gazing at the Brown Conservatory. Dr. Smiley路s g racious invitation \Vas gratefully accepred and everyone enjoyed the informative talks. Yes, rhe 1949-1950 season was a most successful one for the Nature Club.


KAPPA DELTA PHI

Epsilon Chapter, Kappa Delta Phi, had co spend its infancy and che greater part of itS adolescence in compara ti ve dormancy. This condition existed from 1928 until 1946, not through any desire on the pare of the Greek !etcer men of Rhode Island College of Education, but because of circumstances over which they had no concrol. Hazing week of 1948 broug hc the Kadelphians co the fore. The first seep was raken; the fraternity had made irs bid for recognition and ic was accepced by o ne and all as a living, working member of che organized clubs of che College. In December of 1949, instead of following rhe party precedent established in 1948, che brothers of Kappa Delta Phi sponsored a drive to supply needy families from the neighbo rhood surrounding rhe College wich a sumpru-

ous Christmas dinner. Ic was felr char toys for you ngsters, althoug h ver y desirable, could be puc aside chis year in favor of rhe dinners. To say char venture mer wich che approval of che faculty and scudenr body would be a g ross undersracement. Throughom che academic year, rhe brothers of Kappa Delca Phi have showed char rhey are more chan anxious to fu lfill their pledges of supporting and furthering all activities ac che Rhode Island College of Education. A look at the rosrer of che va rious clubs and o rgan izatio ns in che College will be conclusive proof char Kadelphians are most willing co do as much as chey possibly can co help assure a successful exrra-curricular program in che College.

l"r row- J. McCambridge. R . Picchione, R. f<o nc:l inc. J. Devine, ). Keefe. R. Kells, Sccrccary: A. DeTonnancourc, ) . ~k· Conhy. 1.. Wildgoose. l nd row· G. 0\IIIC)', T. Dunn, E. Silvn, N . Tutker, N. Salois. Vice President: R. l.omhrt r<li. R. Vcrmccrsrh. G. G~llliJ')C'f\u , T n·.t,u r('r: R. Shields. J>rcsidcnf: P. Olivc.·r. fC Srevt·ns. S. Nawrocki, ) . r.·ln v.


lsr row- F. Carello. P. Theodoroff. J. lllcCanh)•. M. Grady. Soc. Comm. Chairman hr: J . De••ine, President hr: S. \X' >'Spianski. T. Lennon.

Sec. Treasurer lsc: E. T""'~rs. D . Olh•er, R. Hargraves. R. Ver meersch. 2nd row- R. Nc:ville, P. Benani, Sec.Tre-asurer 2 nd: R. Alberg. f . \Y/ illiams. F. Burns. ) . McCambrids=e. E. McGunagle. P. Oliver. R. Firbr.

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3 rd row- R. Durigan. C. Harringron. N. Kerr. P. \'(/ald. ) . Talbot. E. Brt wsrer. K. Ancone vich, E. Beaudoin. \'(/, Taylor. ) . Robill:ud. '1':. Jaronla. '-'ch row- G. Mark$, M. Menard. F.. Oi.sbano. ) . Be\·erly, ~·f. Francis. R. Gould. R. Hammond, G . Hopkins. A. Mannin~. C. Berden. C. Phillips. 5ch row- G. Jnckson. ) . NaS$ar. \VI, LiulefielcJ. Soc. Committee Chair man 2nd; G . Gallipeau. G. Bulle )', R. PicchiorH~. S. Compo. ) . J>erer· son. 0 . Kinney. S. Swi((, R . L:•nouc. 6th row- J, Black, B. Sarkcsian. ) . May, T. la"ery, \VI, Lougheed. ) . Car-a.nc i. A. DeTonnancourc. N. 00\IChard. 1~. T~~rcaglia. R. Scevens. H . Dolan. "ch row- H. Connors, C. Kells, B. Mac Dougald. A. Lussier. G . Tr:tcy. V. Kinoian, J>. VanAel. A. Ascrmcly , \V/. \X'cl<"h. f>re~ident 2nd: J.

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CHARLES CARROLL CLUB In 1934, a men's dub movement was introduced through the efforts of Professor C. 0. Ethier. The men of the college, seven in number ar that time, made up the nucleus which scarred the tradition that all male students at R. I. C. E. belong co rhis social body. The new organization was named che Horace Mann Club, at first, in honor of one of the pioneers in Uni ted States Education. In 1936, rhe tide was changed co rhe

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Charles Carroll Club to honor a distingushed R. I. C. E. faculry member with an outstanding record in rhe field of education in Rhode Island. Since its inception, rhe objectives of the club have been co foster friendliness, good will, and co reflect an acriwde worthy of the reaching profession. Throughout W orld War II, rhe few men who auended R. I. C. E. carried on the tradition. Since rhe end of rhe war. rhe infllux of


men has made the Charles Carroll Club the largest organization in the hiswry of the col¡ lege. For this reason, a second room, dedicated to the memory of Rhode Island College of Education war-dead, was opened this year for the use of the men as a study hall. A mural, depicting Progress. was painted by Adrie n Du¡

Pont, a member of the class of 1950. As in the past, the Club held the first dance of the school year in October, 1949. Later, club me mbers held an open house and an allcollege supper, proceeds fro m which went wward furnishing rhc new room.

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ACTIVE MEMBERS: Seated- ) . McCambrid!:C. ) . McCarthy. President: Cottch Mr. Bro wn. F. Burns, f. Carcllo. Scanding- P. Vangel. C . 13ullcy, S. \XIyspia nski. \V/ . DcRoi1~ . ] . De vine, M. Franc is, President; P. Don¡ ovan. V . .McCr) 'Stol. ) . T albor. Vice President: C. Ascrmcl)1, M. Grady.

In 1946, the Men 's Athletic Association began to rebuild irs program for intercollegiate competition. The process has been slow because of numerous barriers that hamper a college of our size. Mr. Brown joined the faculty in 1947 and cook over the coaching of rhe various athletic reams. Since then, he has brought about many changes in the sports' program at R. I. C. E. In 1948, a soccer ream represented our college among the top Right soccer clubs in the East. T he basketball team p layed a twenty game schedule, facing a number of traditional, outstanding hoop conrestanrs throughout the New England area. Our track ream participated in the annual New England T rack Confer.ence meet with promising results. Informal baseball was next on the list

of spring activities, and an informal College nine became more than just a threat to irs opponents. The soccer schedule was even more exacting in 1949, and o ur boys showed their spi rit even though they played against veteran squads. The basketball team gave the students more to cheer about as they began to click after their impressive win over Salem. Spring again brought out the track and baseball enthusiasts who showed marked improvement over their 1948 accomplishments. Mr. Brown has proved ro che school that numbers are u nimportant. Spirit can win a game, but the spirit must come from, nor only the small group of boys representing the school, but also, the entire student body. Our athletic teams have the spirit!


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No one needed a score card to tell rhe difference berween a freshman a nd a member of rhe upper classes during rhe first week of the fall semester. Each Fresman wore a blue cap wirh rhe white numerals '53 in rhe middle of rhe from. The sale of lifesavers must have increased 100% that week, for every Freshman was required ro ha ve a supply on hand. Wearing their trouser legs rolled up, the fe llows exposed unmatched socks. Wirh rhe ir names on a card hung around their necks, and their

books tied on a rope, rhe Freshmen trul y looked like yon ngsrers on their way ro g rammar school. On Tuesday, they were welcomed at a rca by rhe l nrecnational Relations Club. Wednesday, Dr. Whipple officially greeted them at assembly. Their hazing per iod came to an end ar rhe Junior-Freshman parry. By Friday, rhe Freshmen surviving had returned ro their regu lar arcire and had serried down ro the business of no1mal college srudents.

Decen1.ber - Stun[ Week

Smnr Night is a special night when srudenrs of each class are given rhe opportunity ro reveal rheir ralenr, ingenuity, a nd capaciry by writing and producing an original skit. With their p resenrarion of a humorous and novel inrerprer,uion of the nurser y rh ymes, the Freshmen, under the chairmanship of John Beverly, won first place in the a nnual Stunt Night conrest held December 2nd. The Juniors

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attained second place w irh rheir clever sk it entitled ''Woman Are a Bother." A new feature added tO Stunt r ighr this year was rhe RICOLED'S sponwrship. The R ICOLED was successful in enforcing present rulings for Srunr Night a nd in using dead time between stunts. The staff's main artcmpr was to make it an all-college affair, nor mcre ly that of four different classes.


March - Song Contest

trj Song Conrcst, sponsored by the Student Council. allows each class to render its version of a cheer song and a lma mater song. Mystery enve lopes the c.ollcge as classes work o n their special presenmtions. This year, the finished products were sung b::fore the faculry. students, and relatives o n March 24. Three state music supervisors acted

as judges. The Seniors, who had won the con¡ test as Freshmen, were again victorious, the Freshmen raking second place. Besides gaining Anchor points, rhe Senior class had its numerals inscribed on the g leaming silver sup on display a t the rear of the library.

and Gown D ay

Not the blare of trumpets, nor rhe roll of drums, but impressive Cap and G own ceremonies heralded the approach of graduation. Observing a traditional ritua.l, each Senio.r wore his academic robe a nd ma rched in sole mn procession to rhe auditorium for investiture. Ar rhe conclusion of rhe exercises, rhe class as: umed all rhe righrs beficcing its rank. Later, at the Cap a nd Gown Dance, the

Senio rs again donned their robes co join in the singi ng of rheir Alma Mater. After, they whirled a nd dipped merrily ro rhe srra ins of rh e Senior waltz. Although merely a preview of what the well-dressed graduate will wear, Cap and G own ceremonies will be cherished by Seniors as an indelible porrion of rhcir lasr year ar R. 1. C. E.

June - Cotnn1encen1ent W eek

Solemn Vesper Service, held on Sunday, .June 11, opened the final week for the Seniors. Formal a nd informal ger-togethers were scheduled for the rema inder of the week. On Tuesday evening, the class e njoyed irs Banquet and Ball at the \XIannamoisecc Coumry Club. Final informal evenr of the year was the class picnic. The reading of rhe class history, will, and ode,

the class day and ivy orations, as well as speeches by rhe P residenr of rhe Sen ior Class and President of Srudenr Council hig h! ighted the annual Class D ay program on Friday, .June 16rh. The long-awaited day of commence ment climaxed all affairs on June 17. and another group of reachers were ready ro .. rake up the task eternal."

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May -May Day

Each year May Day is celebrated by the crown ing of a queen chosen for her beauty from members of the Senior class. On May 16, Miss Shei la Rourke was crowned May Queen for the year 1950. T he traditional procession slowly descended the Senior steps to the campus where Miss Rourke and her court were greeted by a lively repertoire of dances. These dances, performed by students from every class, represented the past

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and the present-minuet and jitterbug, folk and aesthetic, Russian Ballet and creative dancing. The beauty of the queen on her throne surrounded by her majestic court, the excellent performances, and the gay, brilliant cosmmes of the dancers attracted a greater number of passersby than usual. Upon the completion of the entertainment, the queen led her court up the seeps, and another delightful May Day came co a successful conclusion.


MAY QUEEN'S COURT

Se.llcd- Clalre Ranko,..•itz. Catherine Modclski , jacqueli ne Sw indells. Maid of llonor: i\{ary K. Re-ardon. M aid of Honor; Nancy Harrop. Carolyn Duggan. Smnding-Jcan ~{aycuc. Emma Mitchell. fannr Tav:trcs . Lila Robinsorl. Jacquclit'C Cahir. Shclin Rou •·kc, .M ay Quc.:cn; Roberta Sutler, j oan Rader, f:.S(c llc Alukonis, Vir~inia K icrnan, Martlyn S:lW)'Cr.

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....S.> Pleasa nt View A' cnuc. Pro' idc1Kc .\,tl..cn. Jean P. .. .40 .M itchell Street. Providence Agronick. Alberta H . . 13 Hughes Avenue. Pawtucket Alberg. Richard 1'. ............. .40 Friendship Sueer. \'\'lese Warwick Anderson, Ollie M. . ................... Washington, R.F.O. No. 1 Andrews. jeannette E. ................. 60 Penn Sc rccec. Providence . Antonelli, Assunca ... ........................... 72 Lorraine Street, Pawtucket Al exandre, Eva · · . . ......................... 80 Park Street. Pawtucket J\ scrmcly, Abraham G. .......................... 76 Franklin Street, \'l'larren Asselin. Ccline H . ...... .. ............... 175 Second Street. Pawtucket Baldani, Dolores N. .. .......... 18 Wood Street, \'l'larren 13arf)'. Anne E. . .. ........... 22 Kingston Avenue, Providence 13arq•, Louise F. .. ...... 30 Catherine Sueet. Bristol 13i>bano, Ennis J. ...68 Summer Street, Manville Otlnan \'l'l. 13ouchard, .. .. .... . 73 Fairview Avenue. Pawtucket Brown. Walter A. .. ............. 17 Central A venue, East Providence 13ulley. Gilbert F. .............. 59 Cedar Strec1, Pawtucket 13urns. Francis M. . ............ 197 Univcrsit)' Avenue. Providence Cannon. Man· E. .. ........... 46 Governor Street. Providence Ca rrigan. joa;.. F. .. .............. 74 Burgess Aven ue. East Providence Chace. Norma A. . .. .............. 99 Brookside Drive, Cranston Dailey, Marion E. .. ...................... 94 Sabra Street, Cranston De Angelu s, Virginia R. . .. ............................. 51 Lockwood Street, Providence DeLuca, Davinci L. ... DcRoin, William W. .. ... .... .. ....................................... 10 Canonchet Street, Providence Devine. joseph P., Jr. .. .... ... ..... ... .. .. ....... .. . 77 Meadow Street, Pawtucket .. ........................................... 985 Bullocks Point Avenue, Riverside Diffie)', Patricia M. .. ........... ............ .............. I 20 Ken ned)• Street. Woonsocket Diohep, Marion J. ....... .. .......................... 94 Slater Park Avenue. Pawtucket Dolan. Violet E. .. ............... 147 Sixth Street. Providence Donnley. Grace M. .. .. ................ .. 73 \'l'lhipple Avenue, River view Duggan. Loretta A. .. ........................ 137 ~ngwood Avenue. Providence Duncan. Patricia A. 70 \'l'loodbinc Street. Providence . .. Eagleson. Norma ]. .. ....... 132 Magill Street. Pawtucket Emond. Ernie E. ................. 63 Peckham Avenu e. North Providence f'it~patrick. Emily A. .. . . ......... Litrle Compton Flores. Sam .. ............... 131 Wilmarth Avenu e. East Providence Francis. Myron ]. .. ............. 1239 Hare ford Avenue, johnston Garvin. Kathleen T. ................................ I 7 Lawrence Street, Pawtucket Gorman. Beverl y ]. . ............... 133 Earle Street, Ce ntral Falls Grady. Michael J. ............................. 1694 Main Street, \'\'lest Warwick Hanczarek, Mary L. Harg ra ves. Robert E . ............................................... . 9 Norwich Avenue, Providence .. ................................. .1 7 Providence Street, \Vest \Varwick Harrop, Nancy G. ...... .. .. ............................... Box 226, R.F.D. No. 2, North Scituate !Iawes. Eleanor E. .. ..................... North Scituate llopkins. Glenn A. .. . ...................... 51 Spencer Av~.:nue. East Greenwich lloughton. DonaldS. . .. ................. 194 Sterling Avenue. Providence I lug hes. Barbara ]. .............. 78 I sland A venue. Portsmouth Jackson, George A. .. ............ Box 398, R.F. D. No. 2. Valle1· Falls johnson. Priscilla P. .. .. ............. 67 Everett Street, Pawtucket · Jones, Evelyn M. ............. 292 Massachuseu s A venue. Providence Joost. Inez C. .. ......... 102 S)'camore Street \'l'loonsockec .... Kelly. Doroth~ ]. .. . .. ............ 136 Brewster Street. Pawtucket Kennedy. Therese M. .. .. ........ 18 Seck Street. North Providence Kenyon. George C. . .................. 1239 Hope Street, Brsitol Kerr. Norman J. . . .. ................. 15 Varnum Avenue, Pawtucket Kn owles, joan 0. .. .. ........................ Greenville Road, North Scituate L;1tham. Joan C. ........ ......................... 24 Second Avenue, Woonsocket Levesque. j ean M. ....... .. ............................ \'l'lil bur Avenue, Newport Lozito, Mary A. ........ ..... .. ......................... 1011 Lon sdale Avenue, Central Falls Lussier, Armand J. . ........ ..... .. .................. I 22 Tobey Street. Providence i\f agnaua, Caroline D. . . .. ............... 226 Lean Street, Providence Mainelli. Genevieve ... . .. .. .................67 Crossland Road. Natick Manning. Albert A. . .................. 1308 Cranston Street. Cranston Ma)'eu e. j ea nn e .. ............. 33 Auburn Street, Pawtucket McA llister. j oyce U. ................ 144 Central Street. Manville l\lcCambridge. john T. ........... 10 Thurbers Avenue. Seekonk, Mass. Macomber. Priscilla .............. 6 Roseland Court, Ri verside . McCiusker. Emily ;'VL ....................... 167 \Valcott Street. Pawtucket McCr}'Stal. Vincent P. .................. 164 Superior Street. Providence McGunagle. Edward ]. .. ................... 62 Lilac Street, Pawtucket McKitchen. Mary E. . 131 Rugby Street, Providence . McNan na. jocelyn A. .. .................. Stillwater Road , Georgiaville McVay, Thomas F. .. ................ Washington Merikoski, Hel)' U . .. ................................... 18 Fairview Avenue, West Warwick Me nard. Marcel A. . .................... 203 Howell Street, Providence M ichacl, Marise H . .. ................. 155 Division Street, Pawtucket Monahan , Patricia 1'. .. ..................... 98 Serpentine Road, \'l'larren Nassar, J ohn H.

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. 117 Sumter Street. Providence Pierce. Jeanne ..9 Lewis Lane. Westerl r Pellegrino. Marr A. 282 High Street. Valley Falls Pendleton. Doris M. ....... North Scituate Perkin;. Eleanor E. . ......... 996 Hope Street. Bristol Perr)'. Marie E. ........ I 45 Garden Street. Pawtucket Reardon. Bctt)' A. .... . ........................... 64 Harrison Street, Pawtucket Hein>ant, Margaret A. ..... . ..... .. .................. 11 0 Rugby Street, Providence Slocum. J anice F. . ... .. ................................... .48 Antth ony Street, East Providence Smith , Ellin K. ...... ... Stacy, joan T . ................................................ ............. 245 Childs Street, W a rren Strasbcrg, Nathan J. ....................................................... .449 Chalkstone Avenue, Provid ence Teller, Barbara L. ........ ...... .. ..................................... 103 Verndale Avenue, Providence , ................. ................ % Illinois Street. Centra l Falls Torme)•, Dorothea ]. . .................. 290 Doyle Avenu e, Providence Tr:tC)'• George M. . .. ........... 1028 Cen tral Avenue Pawtucket Trainor. Vincent F., Jr. ............... I l Third Street, Bristol ... Travers. Edward P. . ........................ Gibson Road. Bristol Usher. Glad)•S L. .. ............... 365 Kenyon Avenue. Pawtucket Varone. Gloria T. .. .... . ..... 270 \XIest Avenue. Pawtucket V:t>let. joan M. . . .. .......... 53 Sisson Street. Pawtucket Ward. Marjorre B. . .. ............... 135 Uxbridge Street, Cranston We~'<len. lva A. .... ................. Box 385, Greenville Williams. Mary ]. ............. 30 Richmond Avenue, \XIest Barnngton \XIintcrbo ttom. Marvis R. . .............. II Grove Street. G roveland , Mass. \XIood, j ohn P. ... ... ............... 315 .Arlington Avenue. \XIarwick Neck Youn!-(, Catherine T. . .

CLASS OF 1952 .. ...................................... 166 Friendly Road, Cranston A bbey. Dolores N. . ..... ............................ 34 Bancroft Street, Provid ence Amaral. Dorothy A. ...................... 200 Atlantic .A venue. Lakewood Avedisian. Nancy A. . .. ..................... 14 Gough Avenue, \XIest \XIarwick Bettez. Pauline G. .. ...................26 \XIoodsidc Avenue. \XIest " '' arwick Bloomer, Norma F. .. ............ 112 Franklin Street. Bristol Brelsford. Catherine A. .. ........... 285 Friendship Street. Providence Broburg. Phyllis A. ... ...............8 Broom Street. Pro,•idence Callahan. Doris M. . .. ................... Maple Lawns Farms. Ashawa\' Cambra. Phyllis .A. .. . .. ...................638 Douglas Avenue, Providence Campo, Salvestore .. ... .. ............ 17 Atlantic A,·en ue. North Providence Caranci, j oseph P. .... . Ca rr. Effie .M. ........ .... .. .................. . ....................... Stone Street, \X ashington Cnrroll. Maureen A. ............................................ 31 \XIisdom Aveum·. Prov idence Cavanaugh, Joan M . ............................................... .... 739 East Avenu e. Paw:ucket Chapman , Estell e R. .................. ................................... 40 Ashton Road. Rivers!d<> Clancy. Matthew J . ........................................................ 88 Silver Spring Avenu e. b : : Provider.c · Cox. Virginia A . .............................................. .......... 142 Ninth Street, Providence Crave n. David J. . ....................................................... 228 Thurbers Avenue, Providence ................................... 53 Vine Street. ·woonsocket C reigiHon. Mary B. ........ . .................. 263 Prospect Street. Pa wtucket ...... Cun ning ham, Joan E. . ..... .. ............................. 516 South Main Street. \XIoonsockct Daignault, Claire L. .... .. ....................... Ill Park Street, Providence Davey. Catherine I. ............ . 795 Main St reet. \XIest \XIarwick DeTonnancourt. Arthur E. .................. 12 Orcha rd Str<:et. Pawtucket Dobson. G lo ria L. ............... 811 Main Street. \XIa rren Doyle. Constance "\XI, .. ................ 28 Bainbridge Avenue. Providence Duggan. Carolyn F. ........................... 5 Fowler Avenue. Newport Dunn. Thomas D. ....... ............... .. ................... 7 Greene Street, East Providence Durfee. Arnold W. .. ............................... 245 Eastwood Avenue, Providence Ouri~an. Ra ymond C. ... f)u«eault. Isabelle H. ... .. ..................................... 399 West Avenu e. Pawtucket P.m:dy, Christine .A . ...................................................... 188 Prospect Street. "\XIoonso: ket Feeney. Mary E. .. ............................................................ J 43 Pearl Street. Providenc<' Ferrara . \XIilliarn .A. .. .............................. ..................... I Ann Street. North Providence Firhy. Robert . ............... . .... ......................................... 50 Minnesota Avenue. Lincoln Park .. ............ ........................ 237 Sixrh Street, Prov idence Fiyod, Sylvia B. .............. .. ................. 66 Mt. Vernon Blvd., Pawtucket Flanaga n, Hazel D. .. ........ 89 Maynard Stn-ct, Pawtucket Fl ana_~tan. Phyllis J. ............ 273 Cowden Street. Centra l Falls Fontaine. Raymond L. 112 Wentworth Avenue, Ed~ewood Gallogly. Frances M. .. ........... R.F.D. No. 2. Middle Road. Newport Govone. Ma ry H. .... .. ......... I 04 Hatfield Street. Pawtucket Grady. Ruth E. ... .... ..................... 247 Gaskill Street. \XIoonsocket Greene. Patricia A. . .. ................. 132 Illinois Street. Central Falls Gusetti. Barbara A. ..... ... ..... ..... .. ............ 76 \XIh eeler Avenue. Edgewood Hagan. Ma rgaret M. . , .. . ................................. 153 Chapel Street. Lincoln IJallall Amelia G. . . .. ...................................... 99 Oakland A venue, Providence Hea ley. Joan M. Herrniz, Alice ..................................................................... 122 Carnation Street, Pawtuck et Trickey, Clare M . ............................................... ........... 103 Young Street, Pawtucket Hol mberg, Al ice .M. ........................................................ 356 T enth Avenue, Woonsocket Hurl, Joanne B. .............. ........................................... 180 A l h~rt Avenue. Edgewood .................... Louisquisc! Pik e. Lincoln .Jaroma. Nicholas ..


............... 80 West Cole Street. Pawtucket Kalarian. Madeline ......... 105 Mendon Road. Ashton Keefe. Joseph A. .. ..... .46 Duncan Avenue. Providence Kennedy. john J. . ....... 5 10 \'<'inter Street. \'<foonsocket Keough. Patricia A. ................. 20 Sinnottt Street. West Bridgewater. .Mass. FS~nn~)'. Oliver . .......... 261 Benefit Street. Pawtucket Konooan. Arpy . ...... ............... 263 Benefit Street, Pawtucket Kinoian. Vartkis .. .............. 125 Abbott Strecr, Providence Korb, Helene R. .. ...... ........ ..................... 12 Manchesrer Srreet, Pawrucker Lanoue, Raymond A. ............ La~arus, Evelyn M . ................................................... 319 Morris Avenue, Providence Lightbown, Vida A. .. .................................................... 52 Greenfield Srreer, Pawtucket Littlefield, Walter C. .................. ...... ......................... Block Island .. ............. 84 Hyde Avenue. Pawrucker Logan, Phyllis A. ......... .... .... .. ....... .................. 90 Cass Srreet. Providence Lucey, Audrey R. ........ ... . .... ..... .... .. ... .. .... 21 W est Streer, Ncwporr Maingor. Irma C. ........ .. ...... ... . ....... 92 Mulberry Street, Pawtucket McAilon, Anne E. .... . .. .......... 21 Lynch Stn>Ct, Providence McCullin. Margaret .. .. ............ 31 Roanoke Srrc-et. Providence McKenna, Mar.e:aret J. 90 Nelson Scree!, Providence McNeill. Ann T. Main Street, \'<fashington Moon. Irma R. 78 Dexter Street. Valier Falls Moore, Jane C. ..... East Greenwich Avenue. \'<fest \'<fanvick Moorehead. Beatrice L .. ..... 285 Suffold Avenue, Pawtucket ... . ....... Mulligan, M. Rita .. ..... 129 Pleasant View Avenue. Manville .... ....... Nawrocki, Stanley F. ... .. ....... ......... 54 Verndale Avenue, Providence O'Brien. Arthur T. ..... ... ... .. .. . .... .. ........................ 30 Robin son Street, Providence Oliver. Donald \'<f. ....... .... .... . .. . Oliver, Philip, Jr. ........................................................... 148 Grove Avenue, East Providence Panarcllo, Catherine C. ..... . .. ................................... 297 Maple Avenue. Barrington . ........................... 206 W ebster Avenue, Providence Perrotti, Dolores A. ...... Petersen, Rita M. ......... ...... ..... . ....... ....................... R.F.D. Putnam Pike, Chepachet .. .......... 19 Towanda Drive. North Providence .. . Peterson. John E. 2481 Pawrucket Avenue. East Providence .. .. Petit. Janice M. . .. ...... ..... 25 Elm a Scree!, Providence Piacitelli. florence M. .... .. ........ 10 Calhoun Avenue. Providence Picchione. Robert T. . .. 36 Kinsman Street, Valley falls Qu imby, Barbara E. 58 Hunts A\•enue. Pawtucket Rankowitz, Claire M. .. .......... ::· 46 Mann Avenue, Newport Reynolds. James F. .......... .94 Oak Hill Avenue, Pawtucket Reynolds. Sally A. ............ 65 Martello Street, East Providence . Rocha. Theresa M.

Romani, Anita M.

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.. .............. . 2012 Columbus Avenue. Pawtucket

.................. .40 Bowen Street, Providence Rosenthal, Selma L. Salisbury, Joan F. ................................................. ........ l59 Pleasant Srrect, Providence Santos, Jeanne A. ......... ..... .... ......... .. .. ...................... .71 Calla Street. Providence 122 West Clifford Street, Providence Shea, Joan F. .... ............................................. Shepa rd, Mildred .. .. ...................... .. ....... :::::::::::::::::wolf Hill Road. Gcorgiaville Silva, Claire P . ................................................. ........... .3 1 Pike Streer, W est Warwick Smith, Martha R. ......... ........ ... . .. .. .. .. ............ ...... 2 6 l Terrace A venue. Riverside .... .. ............. .34 1 Potrers Avenue, Providence Stevens. Richard A. ..... ........ ....... .... . . .. .............. 12 Maynard Street, Pawtucket ...... .... Toole, Ann K. . .. ............. 13? Vone Street, Ease Providence Toomey, Roslyn .M. ... .... .. ....... 13,3 Lon~dale Avenue, Saylesville Torme)•. Dolores ]. .. ... North Scuuate, R.F.D. No. 1 Tucker. Norman E. . White A venue. Riverside ..... Ucding. Cathleen A. . 44 Frankfort Street, Providence Vileno, Anne V. .... .. ::·......... 200 Garden Street, Pawtucket Welch, William ]. ... .... .......... 17 Sessions Street, Providence \'<fishnevsky. Beverly E. ........ ....... ...... 58 Roslyn Avenue. Cranston \'<folk, Kiane . .......... 796 Broad Street, Central Falls ... . .. ..... . ... Zajac, Mary H.

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CLASS OF 1953 Andrade, Dulce .M. ......................................................... 9 1 Hadwin Srrcct, Central Andrews, Claire ............................................... ............ 108 Ohio Avenue, Providence ................. 110 Broad St reet, \'<foonsocket Andry, Helen N. ........ .... ......... .. ............... 23 Marion Terrace, Pawtucket Anton evich, Karl ...... ................. 10 McNiff Street, West Warwick Archambault. Louise M. . .. ........... 14 Benedict Street, Providence Atwater, Lucretia Z. .. ............. Main Street, Ashawa)• Baldwin, Dagmar L. ..... ............... Louisquisset Pike, Lincoln Ball, Kathleen .. ......... 139 Congress Avenu e, Providence 7 Ballard, Elizabeth K. . . ........... 283 Northup Street. Cranston Banahan. William J. . ...... .. ............ 135 Le Roy Avenue, Warwick Neck Beattie, Margaret J. .. ....................... 66 South Street.. \'<fest Warwick Beaudoin, Ernest J . ..... .. ....................... 7 Elizabeth Avenue, Providence Bennett, Elsie ..... ......... ........ Bennett, Rachel A. .. ................................................. .... 178 Riverside Avenue, Longmeadow Berrani, Peter A . ..............................................................48 Williams Street, Johnsron Beverly, John E. . ........................................................ 200 Magill Street, Pawtucket Bilodeau. Lucille M. A . ............................................. 35 U nion Avcn nc, Providence .. ...... 10 Justice Srreet, Norrh Providence lllack. )ames H.


Blake, Ga y A. ... . .................. 181 Cole Avenu e. Providence Uoyc,, J\nn E. .. ... 1203 Smirh Srrcc1, Provid ence Urc>nah an, Edward D. . ....... 96 Sinclair Avenue. Ri verside 13rewswr, Edward \VI. .. .487 Bullocks Poinl Avenue, Rive rside Briggs. Claire ). ............ 45 Correme Avenu e. Pawrucke1 Burns, Barbara A. . ............. 15 Magill S1ree1, Paw1ucke1 Campo. Vito ...................... 638 Douglas A venue, Providence Carl son, Roberr F. . ................... 12 Evans Coun, Tiverron Caron , Georgene ]. ....... . . ................ 99 Jeffers S1ree1. Woonsocke1 Carrier, George J. . . ................................. 24 Barn<:)' Avenue, Pawrucket Carroll. Karhleen A. ..................... .... 134 Sayles Avenue, Pawrucket Caraldo, Albert A. . ........................ 92 Gesler Srrec1, Providence Cavanaugh. Mary E. .. ................. ... Covemry Cedroni, Angela .M. ................... .48 Canton Street Choqueue, Albert H. .. .. 162 Transit Srrecr, \Yioonsocket Christiansen. Dorothy M. . .................. 1729 Smith Street, North Providence Coe. Janice F. . ......... 128 Newporr Srrcer. \Yioonsocker Collins, Maryann ...................... 58 Palm Boulevard, Lakewood Connolly, .Madelyn ......... 34 \Yiashington Avenue. Cranston Con nor<, H enry }. . .............. 38 Nimh Srreet. East Providence Cri>cone, Emanuel a .. .. ................. 56 Vl Mercy Street. Providence Cullen. }osen e M. .. ................... 183 .Mulberry Street. Pawtucket Da wl<:)', Esther I. .. .......... Bradford Dawson, Lorena A. . ................... Shannock Desilets, Anne E. ..... ....... .......... ... .. ................... 47 Bates Avenue. Lakewood Devine, Ann E. ........ . .............. ....... ...................... .47 Meadow Street, Pawtucket Dornnarski. Stasia M. ........................................................ 105 Florence Street. Providence Donohue, Nancy ................................................ .. ... 16 Champlin Place, Newporr Doran, Mary J . ................................................. ........... 40 Verndale Avenue, Providence Drury, William R. ..... . ............................... .... 62 Whitehall Street. Providence Duffy, Mary C. . ..... . ..... .. .. .. ............ 36 Bainbridge Avenue, Providence Ethier. B. Alma ................................ . 302 Willow Street. Woonsocket Ferrelli, Barbara E. .. ................... 1335 Post Road, Norwood Fo rtin. Vivian M. .. .... .. ......... .41 Vineyard Street. Providence Fo x. Joan M. .............. 52 Vale Street. Pawtucket Fraser. Ann M. .... .. .. ........... 135 Laban Street, Providence Gagnon, Christine M. ....... ..... .. ............ 147 Audubon Road. Gaspee Plateau Gardner, Eleanor L. . ........... 36 Gro,•c Street, Lonsdale Gcgan, Joan E. ... ............. 12 Homefield Avenue, Providence Gilmartin, Emma-joan ... .. ..... . ............. 77 Edgewood Avenue, Edgewood Goodwin, Alfred E. ..... ....... ......................................... 608 Pleasant Valley Parkway, Providence Gould , Richard A . ........................................................ 69 Russell Avenue, East Providence Cove, Daryl E. . ................................................................. Main Street, Forestdale Goyette, Dorothy ............................................................... Old River Road, lt.F.D. No. 1, Saylcsville Griffin, Barbara J. .. ........................................................ 118 Sayles Avenue, Pascoag Hagan, Jane .................................................. .................. 553 Fruit Hill Avenue. North Providence Haggarty, Joan M. ........ .. ......................................... Box 154, Wickford llalloran, Ann M. ..... . ....................................... 68 Pearl Street, Providence Halperin, Ethel . . ......... .. ..... ................................ 29 Cypress Street, Providence Hamlin, Robert H. ...................... 145 Codding Street, Providence I Iammond. Richard \YI. .... .. ............ North Scituate Harring ton, Clinton W. .. ................... R. F.D., Twin Lakes Avenue, Washington I la rtin~tron , Pauline M. ....... .. .... ................. 11 Delmar Avenue. Providence I vers. Meredirh E. .... .. .......................... 28 Gerald Street, Riverside J ach c, Joan E. .. .. .... .. .. . .......................... 29 Prince Street, bkewood Johnson, .Marjorie D. .. ............................... Anawan Street. Rehoboth, Mass. Kells. Gerard L. .... .. ...................................................... 59 Packard Street, Cranston Kielbasa, Virginia T. ........ .. ...........................................661 Broadwa)•, Pawtucket Kiernan, Thomas F. .. ...................................................... 133 Wollaston Street, Cranston Kilduff, .Mary L. .................................................... ........... 5 Harding Avenue, Johnston Kinoian. Iris D . ...................................................... ............ 261 Benefit Street, Pawtucket Knapp, Virginia .................................................... ........... 147 Evergreen Street, Providence Lace, Marilyn F . ..................................................... ............. 60 Grove Street, Pascoag Laffer()'. Mary A. ............... .. ......... ...................... 97 Butler Avenue, Central Falls Lamarre, Georgette A. . .. .. ....................... 6 Duckworth Street, Saylesville Langton, Joan ............... .... .. .......................... 346 Adelaide Avenue. Providence Lanoie, Ruth ......... ... .. . .................. 316 Dudley Street, Providence Lapan, Maureen T. .. ............. 11 Pidge Avenu e. Paw1ucke1 r eavens. Joan P. .. ................... 21 Tucker St"-et, Ce ntral Falls Lees. Claire L. ...................... 668 Prairie Avenue, Providence Lennon. Marie T. ... .. ............ 192 Mcadow Stree-t. Pawtuckel Levi n. Gladys D. .... ..................... 35 Pidge Avenue, Pawtucket MacDo•1altl. Isabella ... ... . .... .. .................. .42 Claverick Street. Providence Macioci. Mary J . ............................................................. 55 LaSalle Drive, Providence Major. Barbara A . ............ ........................................... 29 Wendell Street, Providence Marshall. Lou is J. .. ......................................................... 9 Forest Avenue, Valley Falls Martin, Ruth T. .. .................................................. .......... Woonsocket Hill Road, Woonsocket Maueson. E. Barbara .............................................. 3495 \Yicst Shore Road, Apponaug Modcl ~ki. Catherin e A. . ......... 20 Cromwell Street, Providence


Monk, M. Louise ,\lloran. I I elena .M. Murphy, Louannc: F. Murray, Barbara )\. McLaughlin, Mary E. Neville. Richard F. O'Hearn. Eunice A. O'Rourke. Marguerite A. Ostiguy. Ada F. Paterson. Elizabeth J. Peterson. Barbara A. Quinn. Mar)' E. Ratte. Elaine A. Read. Jamc~ Redfern. Jane G. Robert, Lucille J. Rohan, 13arbara j. Rogers. Julia M. Saw)•er. Marilyn L. Schwadron. Abraham A. Shea. Nancy E. Silverman, AIfred J I. Simone. Norma J. Simor~e, Thelma J. Snow. Joanne A. Sousa, John D. Spero, MargucriiC A . . Sull iva n. Roben J. ... . Swift, Stacey Gordon ... .. Szymanski, Stephanie T artaglia, S. Edward Ta)•lor, William C. Tetreaulr, Gerard Ji. Theodoroff, Peter Theroux. joan E. Thompson. Sue 0. Valentine. Harriet A Vaz, Loretta A. Vennberg. Barbara L. Vermette, Jean M. Votolato. Ann ~1. ·w atd. Palmer 13. \X'alsh. Anna ~1. \'(farner. Nancy L. Welch. John V. Williams. Francis J. Williams. Sydney 0. \XIo· :on. Frederic Z:.rrella. Loui~e

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Patrons and Patronesses Mr.-Mrs. William J. Allard Mr.-Mrs. Alexander Alukonis Mr.-Mrs. 1 orman W. Barnes Mr.-Mrs. Arthur Beaudoin Mr.-Mrs. George Beaudoin Clodilc-Marrha Beaudoin lVlr.-Mrs. Louis Beaudoin Mr.-Mrs. Rene Bessette Mr.-Mrs. Henry Bood Dr.-Mrs. Clinton C. Brady In Memory of Mr. Joseph B. Brancy Mrs. Joseph Braney Mr.-Mrs. Robcrr J. Burler Mr.-Mrs. Gabriel H. Byrnes Mr.-Mrs. Antho ny Cabral Mr.-Mrs. Will iam A. Cahir Mrs. John Almeida Cain Mr.-Mrs. Joseph Camara Mr.-Mr~. Angelo Caporelli Mrs. Maria Carello Mrs. Lillia n Carpenter Mr.-Mrs. Patrick Clarkin Mr.-Mrs. Francis X. Oambruch Mr.-Mrs. Michael DelSanto Mr.-M rs. Leonard DeLuca :Mr. Robert Dow Mr.-Mrs. Francis J. Doyle Mr. John Drury Mr.-Mrs. Wilfred . Dufresne Mr.-Mrs. John Jo>eph Duggan Mr.-Mrs. Gaspard Dupont Mr.-Mrs. Francis M. Dwyer .Mr.-Mrs. Ja mes Oyer .Mr.-Mrs. Frank Ekeblad Dr.-Mrs. Lorenzo Emid y In Memory of Mrs. Maria faiola Mr. Jnnocenza Faiola Mrs. Mary Faria Mr. Daniel I' . .Farrelly Mr.-Mrs. Geo rge W. Gallipeau Mr.-Mrs. John J. Gilligan Mr.-Mrs. Frank Guil fo)rle Mr.-Mrs. Denis Halverson Mrs. R. A. Havey Mr.-Mrs. John Hayes Mr.-Mrs. Elma F. Healy Mr.-Mrs. James F. Hennessey Mr.-Mrs. Joseph A. H ickey Mr.-Mrs. Harold Hi tchcock Mr.-Mrs. Jo hn F. Hogan Mr.-Mrs . .James E. Kie rna n Mr.-Mrs. Danobed Kinoia n Mr.-Mrs. Francois Laflamme Mr.-Mrs. John P. Langton Mr.-Mrs. Jo hn P. Laurh

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"Develop the thought!"-" Bert" Snlois.

"W-e-1 -1!''-''Lee" Savoie.

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A FRIEND Compliments of

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ASHAWAY, R.I.

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ComfJliment s of

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McGUINN ESS' GROCERY STORE

SOUTH MAIN STREET Woonsocket, Rhode Island Compliments of

FORESTDA LE STORE A. J. STOKES

Pawtucket, R. 1.

241 Sayles Avenue

Compliments of

KAPPA DELTA PHI R.I.C.E.

Main Street. Forestdale, R. I. " When are we going to have another party?"-Bob Shields.

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..RIGHT!''-Joan T:t)'lor.

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THE ANCHOR

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COLLEGE NEWSPAPER R.l.C.E.

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Complimews of tbe

CLASS OF 1952

R.I. C. E.

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INDEX

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PART I. lNTRODUCfiON ........................................................

Tide Page ................................................................. D edication ..................... Foreword ....... Rhode Island College of Education College President .. .... ... ... ............

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5 6 7

College Choir ...................................................... Women's Athletic Association ............ Nature Club ..................................... ............ Men's Fraternity .............................................. Men's Club .................................................. Men's Athletic Association

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PART VI. TRADITIONS .....................................................................

PART II. ADMINISTRATION AN D F ACULTY ...............

Board of Trustees ............................................. College Vice President ................................. Dean of Women ............................................ Director of Training .................................... Director of Henry Barnard School Dean of Freshmen Women Faculty ............ .............. State Critic Teachers Faculty Candids ............. .........................

9 10 11 12 12 13 13 14 18 19

PART III. SENIORS ..............................................................................

History ........................................................................ Officers ........................................................................ Class Ode .... .... .. . . ... .......................................... Seniors ........................................................................... In Their Spare Time ................................... Class Will ........................ ........................ .............

23 24 26 27 28

57 65

PART IV. 67

UNDERCLASSMEN

Junior Class Group Pictures .....:::::::. J unior History ............. . ............. ...... ............... Junior Informals ...................... ......................... Sophomore Class Group Pictures ...... Sophomore History ....................................... Sophomore Informals .................................... Freshman Class Group Pictures ......... Freshman Hiscory .............................................

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Student Government Student Publications International Relations Club Dramatic League .. ................. .... .... .. H onor Society ......................................................

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Frosh Initiation ............................. ................... All-College Stunt Night ............................. All-College Song Contest ........................... Cap and Gown Day .......................................... Commencement Week ................................. May Day ..........................................................

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PART VII. DIRECTORY

Class of Class of Class of Specials

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PART VIII. FROM THE EDITOR'S FILES

College Building ................................................ ''Alma Mater" ................................................... "Serious MomentS" ....................................... ''Camera Smiles" ............................................. "Informally Yours" ...... "Never A D ull Moment" "Roaring Twenties" Soph Stunt .. "Old And N ew l n the Shoe" Frosh Stunt ......... ......... .... ... ............ "South Terrific" Senior Stunt ............... "Ye Seniors Smile" .......................................... "Happy They Were" .................................... "Winter Carnival'' .......................................... "Life With Mother" ....................................... "A Night of Songs" ....................................... "A Backflasb" .................................................... Informals of Choir ......................................... Acknowledgement All College Candids .. ... . . ...

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