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RIGHT REv. THOMAS CHuRcH BROWN ELL, D.D., LL.D. who was born at Westport, Massachusetts, October 19, 1779, and died at Hartford, Connecticut, January 13, 1865. From 1819 to 1865 he was the third Bishop of Connecticut and the Presiding Bishop from 1852 to 1865. From 1824 to 1831 he was the first President of the College.

Presidents RIGHT REV. THOMAS CHURCH BROWNELL, D.D. , LL.D. REV. NATHANIEL SHELDON WHEATON, S.T.D. REv. SILAS ToTTEN, S.T.D., LL.D. RIGHT REv. JoHN WILLIAMS, S.T.D., LL.D . . REv. DANIEL RAYNES GooDWIN, S.T.D., LL.D. SAMUEL ELIOT, LL.D. RIGHT REv. JoHN BARRETT KERFOOT, S.T.D., LL.D. REv. ABNER jACKSON, S.T.D., LL.D. . REv. THOMAS RuGGLES PYNCHON, S.T.D., LL.D. REV. GEORGE WILLIAMSON SMITH, D.D., LL.D. REv. FLAVEL SwEETE LuTHER, PH.D., LL.D. REv. REMSEN BRINKERHOFF 0GtLBY, B.D., LL.D.

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THE PR ESIDE -T OF THE CoLLEGE, ex-officio PRESIDE T RoBERT THORNE, LL.D. THE RT . REV. CHAUNCEY B . BREWSTER, D.O. THE HoN. Jos EPH BuFFINGTON, LL.D . THE HoN. FRANKL WILcox, B.A. WILLIAM GWINN MATHER, M.A., LL.D. JoHN PRINCE ELTON, B.S .. CHARLES G. WooDWARD, M.A. _ SAMUEL FERGUSON, M .A. . SIDNEY T. MILLER, M.A., LL.D. EWTON c. BRAINARD, B.A. EDWARD MILLIGAN, M .A. . GRENVILLE KANE, M.A., LH.D. ]AMES GUTHRI E HARBORD, LL.D. LEWIS GILDERSLEEV E HARRIMAN, M.S. THE HoN. PHILIP ]AMES McCooK, LL.D. CHARLEs ERLING HoTcHKiss, LL.B. THOMAS WRIGHT RussELL, B.A. ]AMES L GooDWI , B.A. . CHARLEs- F. SMITH, M.A. . RICHARDSON WRIGHT, M.A. WILLIAM HANMER EATON, B.S. MARTIN WITHINGTON CLEMENT, B.S. ]AMES ALBERT WALES, B.A. JoHN HENRY K ELSO DAvis, M.A. RoGER HENWOOD MorrEN, M.A., LITT.D., Treasurt;r ADVISORY BOARD

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WILLIAM FEsTus MoRGAN, B.A. HILL BuRGWIN, B.A. ANsoN THEODORE McCooK, B.A. RoBERT HuTcHINS ScHULTZ, B.A. CHARLES FRA CIS CLEMENT, B.S. ADRIAN HoLMEs ONDERDONK, M.A.

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THE REV. REMSEN BRINKERHOFF 0GILBY

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A.B., Harvard, 1902; A.M., 1907; B.D., Episcopal Theological School, 1907; LL.D., Wesleyan University, 1921; L.H.D., Columbia University, 1923; Taught at Groton School , 1902-04; General Theological Seminary, 1904-06; Episcopal Theological School, 1906-07; Assistant Saint Stephen's Church, Boston, 1907-09; Headmaster of Baguio School, 1909-18; Chaplain United States Army, 1918-19; taught at St. Paul's School, 1919-20; President, 1920---; Trustee of the Watkinson Memorial Library; Member of the Association of New England Colleges; ew England Classical Association, and New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

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CHARLES FREDERICK JOHNSO , L.H.D., LL.D. Professor of English Liurature, Emuitus 69

VERNON STREET

B.A., Yale, 1855; M.A., 1863; L.H.D., 1895; LL.D., Trinity; Assistant ProfessorofMathematics, United States Naval Academy, 1R65-70; Professor at Trinity, 1883-96; Professor Emeritus, 1896-1931; Author of "English Words;" "Three Englishmen and Three Americans;" "Elements ofLiteraryCriticism;" "What Can I Do for Brady?" and other poems: "Outline History of En!!lish and American Literature;" "Forms of Verse;" "Shakespeare and His Critics," etc. 1FT. Deceased, January 9, 1931

FRANK COLE BABBITT, PH.D . Professor of the Greek 65

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B.A., Harvard, 1890; M.A .. 1892; Ph .D., 1895; Fellow of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1895-96. Instructor in Greek at Harvard . 1896-98; Professor at Trinity, 1899; Member of the American Archaeologica I Institute; Member Execu rive Committee American Philological Association, 1909-11; Vice-President American Philological Association, 1923-27; President of the American Philological Association. President Classical Association of New England, 1920-21; Member of Council American Association of University Professors, 1923-25; President Harvard Club of Connecticut, 1912-13. Author of "Greek Grammar," also of papers in American j ournal of Archaeology, and in Harvard Studies in Classical Philology; Plutarch's"Moralia" (Translation ) in the Loeb Classical Library, 1926; "Plato and The Movies," in The Harvard Graduates' Magazine, 1926. Contributor of various articles to Philological periodicals. <I.>BK, E>~X.

HENRY AUGUSTUS PERKI S, M.A., E.E. Professor of Physics

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B.A., Yale, 1896; M.A., Columbia, 1899; E.E., Columbia, 1899. Member of American Physical Society; Societe Francaise de Physique; Associate Member of American Institute of Electrical Engmeers. Author of "An Introduction to General Thermo Dynamics;" has published articles in American journal of Science, Scientific American, Electrical World, Cornptes Rendus, Le Radium, Yale Review and the Physical Review. <I.>BK, 1:3, A~<l.>.

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19 :â&#x20AC;˘ , .., GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS KLEENE, PH.D. Professor of Economics

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A.B., University of Michigan, 189 1; studied at Rerlin and Tubingen, at Columbia University, and the University of Pennsylvania, receivi ng his Ph.D. from the latter institution. For two winters with the Charity Organization Society of 1ew York City; Assistant in Economics at the University of Wisconsin; Instructor in Economics a nd Social Science at Swarthmore College. and Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania. Author of "Profit and Wages." Contributor to the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, American Staristical Association P ttblicalions, Yale Review, etc.

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CHARLES EDWIN ROGERS, C.E., M.C.E. Professor of Civil Engineering

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Rensselaer Polytec hnic Institute, 1896; M.C.E., Harvard , 19 15 . Engineer and Contractor, 1896-190 1; Instructor, Lehigh University, 190 1-04; Professor of Mathematics and Civil Engineering, Clarkson Memorial School of Technology and General Engineering Practice, 1904-05; Professo r of Civil Engineering, Trinity, 1905-; Member of the Rensselaer Society of Engineers; Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers; Harvard Engineerinf.! Society; American Astronomical Societ~¡. ~8.

HORACE CHENEY SWA , M.D. Professor of Physiology and H ygiene, Medical D irector

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M.D., Cum Laude, Tufts College Medical School, 1903; B.P.E., International Y. 1\1. C. A. College. Instructor Histology, Harvard Summer School of Physical Education, 1903-05 ; Director of Gymnasium, Wesleyan University, 1903-05; International Y. M. C. A. College, Graduate Division, Summer School, Professor of Bacteriology and Central Nervous System; Medical Director, Professor of Physiology and Hygiene, Trinity College, 1905-; Member of Hartford Medical Association, Connecticut Medical Association, Fellow i\merican Medical Association, Society of Directors of Physical Education in Colleges, American Physical Education Society, Fellow American Public Health Association, Connecticut Public Health Association, Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Connecticut Branch of American Association of Bacteriologists. <l>t.X.

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REV. ARTHUR A. ADAMS, PH.D. Professo r of English and Librarian

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B.A., Rurgers, 1902; M.A., 1903; Ph.D ., Yal e, 190.) ; B.D ., Berkeley Divinity School, 19 10; S.T.M., Philadelphia Divinity School, 1916. Instructor in English at the University of Colorado, 1905-06; Assistant Professor at Trinity, 1906-08; Associate Professor, 1908-11; Professor of English, 1911-15; Professor of English and Librarian, 1915-; Acting Professor of English at the niversity of Maine, Summer Term, 1912. Member of the Modern Language Association of America and of the American Philological Association. Author of Syntax of the Temporal Clause in Old English Prose, collaborator on the Gray and vVordswo rth Concordances, author of notes and reviews in A1odern Language Notes, and contributor to various other periodicals . <I>BK, ~<1>.

LE ROY CARR BARRETT, PH.D. Professor of the Latin Language and Literature

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B.A., Washington and Lee, 1897; M.A., 1898, Ph.D., Johns Hopkin s, 1903. Instructor in Latin, Johns Hopkins, 1903-07 ; Preceptor in Classics, Princeton, 1907-09; Insrructor, Dartmout h, 1909-10; Professor, Trinity, 1910-; Editor of Kashmirian Atharva Veda Books 1-V, VII-XIV. Recording Secretary, American Oriental Society, 19 18-25; Acting Secretary-Treasurer, American Philological Association, 1927-28. <I>RK, :EAE.

STA LEY LEMAN GALPI , PH.D. Professor of Romance Languages BERLIN

B.A., Western Reserve niversity, 190 1; M.A., Yale University, 1902 ; Ph.D. , Yale University, 190-1-. Was University Fellow of Yale University, 1902-D.J-. Member of the Modern Language Association of America and of the ew England Modern Language Association. Appointed Instructor in the Romance Languages and Latin at Amherst College, 190-1-; Instructor in the Romance Languages, 1906-13; Professor of Romance Languages, Trinity College, 1913-. <I>RK, .n路.

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EDWARD FRANK H UM PHR EY, PH.D. Nonham Professor of History and Political Science

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B.A., ni ve rsity of Minnesota, 1903; M.A., Columbia Unive rsity, 1908; Graduate Student /'Ecole pratique des Hautes-Etudes, Uni versity of Paris, 1910-11 ; Ph .D., Columbia Uni versity, 1912 ; Instru ctor, Columbia University, 1911-15 ; Northam Professor of History and Political Science, Trinity College, 1915-; Author, "Politics and Religion in the D ays of Augusti ne," " ationalism and Reli gion in America, 1774-1789;" Chairman, Hi gh School Committee, Hartford ; Executive Secretary, Connecticut Committee for American Historical Association Fund; Contributor to Dictionary of American B iographies . <PBK, :EAE.

ODELL SH EPAR D, PH.D. james }. Goodwin Professor of English Literamre

B.A., Uni versity of Chi cago, 1907; Ph .M., 1908; Ph.D. , Harvard University, 1916. Teacher of English, Smit h Academy, St. Louis, 1908-09; Ass istant Professor of English, U ni versity of Southern Califo rni a, 1909-10; Professor of English, University of Southern California, 1910-1 4; Instructor in English, Harvard Uni versity 1916-17; Professor, Trinity College, 1917-. Author of "A Lonely Flute" and of "Shakespeare Questions. A Study of the Ch ief Plays," "The Harvest of a Quiet Eye." Contributor to various literary and learned journals. Winner of Guggenheim scholarship for social work in Europe on "Romantic Soli tude." 6.T6., 8'짜.

HAROUTUNE MUGURDICH DADOURIAN, PH.D. Seabury Professor of Jf azhematics and Astronomy

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VERNON STREET

Ph.B., Yale, 1903; M.A., 1905; Ph .D., 1906; Loomis Fellow in Ph ysics, 1903-0" ; Assistant in Physics,1905-06; Instructor in Sheffield Scientific School and Lecturer at Graduate School of Yale, 1906-17; Aeronautical Engineer for U.S. Army, 1917-19; Associate Professor of Physics, Trinity, 1919-23; Professor of Mathematics, Trinity, 1923-; Fellow of American Ph ysical Society and of American Association for Advancement of Science; Member of American Mathematical Society and of American Mathematical Association; Author of "Analytical M ec hanics" and of "Graphic Statics." Contributor of papers on principles of dynamics, radioactivity, X-rays, radiation, electrons, elasticity, properties of tuning for ks , sound ran gin g, relativity. 1:8.

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EDWARD LEFFI GWELL TROXELL, PH .D . Profes.ror of Geology

123 VERNON STR EET B.A ., 1908; M.A., 1909; orr hwestern University; Ph.D., 19 1+, Yal e; Assistanr in Geology, Amherst Coll ege, 1913 -1 4; Assisranr in Museum andResearch, Michigan University, 1914-17 ; Capt. Inf. U.S . A., 1917-19; Overseas one year; Student . Sorbonne University, 1919: R esea rch Associate in Paleontology, Yale, 1919-25; Assistant Professor of Geology, Trinity, 1920-25 ; Professor of Geology, 1925-; Dean, 1925-28 ; Geological exploration and fiel d trips in th e West;40publicationson Geology, Paleonrology, Museum M ethods, Education; Member of Pal eo ntologica l Society , American Society of Mam.: Appalachian Mountain Club, H anford Society Arch. Inst. Am.; Fellow : G. S. A. and A. A. A. S. Wranglers. Boo k and Bond. ~:=: .

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Scoi•ille Professor of Clu m i.rtry

71 VERNON STREET Ph.B., Brown, 1907; M.S., McGill U ni versity , 1909; Ph .D ., 1913; Demonstrator and Lecturer in Chemistry, McGill, 1907-14; Assistant Professor in Chemistry, 191+--20; Scoville Professo r of C hemi stry at Trinity, 192G-. Member of the American Chemical Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Contributor to the j ournal of Chemical S ociety, (London), J ournal of American Chentistry Society, j ournal of B iological Chemistry. Winner of Canadian Gove rnor General's Medal for Scientific Resea rch at McGill for 19 12. <f>RK, ~ :=: .

MORSE SHEPARD ALLEN, PH.D. A ssociate Professor of English Literatu re

7+ fAIRFIELD AVENUE B.A., Wesleya n, 1912; M.A .. \ 913; M.A., Columbia. 19 13; Oxford U niversity, 191 3-1+ ; Ph.D., Princeton, 1920; Taught at Ohi o Wesleya n, 19 14-1 7: 1918-20; Assistant Profess or. Trinity, 1920-22: Associate Professo r, Trinity, 1922-; Author of "The Satire of J ohn Marston." Member of the Modern Lan guage As£ociati r n of America. <f>BK, <f> N0.

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HARRY TODD COSTELLO, PH.D. Brownell Professor of Philosophy

12 SEABURY HALL B.A. Earlham College. 1908; M .A., Harvard , 1910; Ph.D., Harvard, 1911; Sheldo~ Research Fellow (Harvard) at the University of Paris, 1911-12; Instructor at Harvard, 1912-14; Instructor at Yale, 1914-15; Instructor and Lecturer directing research at Columbia, 1915-20; Special Instructor at College of the City of ew York, 1919-1920: Professor at Trinity, 192D-. Member of American Philosophical Association; American Association for the Advancement of Science. Contributor to the j ournal of P hilosophy and other philosophical journals.

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LOUIS HASTINGS NAYLOR, PH.D. A.rsinanl Professor of R omancr Languages

220 FARMINGTON A\ ENUE B.A., 1917: M .A., 1922; Ph.D., 1923, Johns Hopkins University; Instructor in Latin and French, St. James Schoo!, Maryland, 1917-19; Graduate Fellow University of Liege, Belgium, under auspices of Belgian Relief Commission, 1920-21; Instructor in Romance Languages, Trinity, 1923-25; Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Trinity, 1925-. President, Alliance Francaise. Group de Hartford. 1927-28.

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STERLI G B. SMITH, PH.D. Assistant Profusor of Ch~mistry

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Ph.B., 1920; M .S., 1923, Yale University; Ph.D. , 1927, ew York University; Assistant in Chemistry, Yale University, 1920-23; Instructor in Chemistry, Trinity College, 1923-26; Instructor in Chemistry, Hill ye r Institute, 1924-25; Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Trinity College, 1927-; Contributor to the j ournal of the American Chemical Society; Member of the American Chemical Society.

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RAY OOSTING, P.B.E. Coach of Tracl? and Basketball and Director of Physical Education

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ETTE, M.A. PH .D. THOMAS H UME BISSO ]. Pierpont Morgan Professor of B iology 396 HtLLSIDE A VENUE Graduate Ontario Normal College, 1906; Juni or Master Ga lt Collegiate Institute, 1906-09; M.A., Qu ee n's College, 1913; Ph .D ., University of Chicago, 1923; Hea d of Depart ment of Biology and Chemistry, Regin a College Institute, 19 14-1 6; Co. Serg. Maj ., C. E. F., 1916-18; Sec. Lieut., British Imperial Army, 1918-19; France, 1918; Instructor in Bota ny, Ca nadi an University (Army), E ngland , 19 19; Lecturer in Biology, Queen's U ni versity, 191920; British Empire Scholar, U ni versity of Chicago, 1920-21; Assista nt in Zoology, U ni versity of Chic ago, 192 1-23; Instru cto r Zoology, Y. M. C. A. College of Liber~l Arts, Chicago, 1922-23; Professor of Biology and Zoology, Coe College, 1923-25; Professor of Biology, Trinity, 1925-; Instructor in Marine In verteb rate Zoology, Marine Biology Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass., 1926--. Member American Association for Advancement of Science; Fellow l owaAcade myof Science; Member Amerian Association of University Pro fessors. rA , ~3, <I>K'l'.

ARCH I E ROY BANGS, PH. D. Assistant Profusor of German

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B.A., Bates College, 190 ; M.A., Colgate, 1910; M .A., H arvard, 1911 ; Ph.D., Yale University, 1928; Instructor in German, Colgate, 1908-10; Inst ructor in German, Wi lli ams College, 1912-H; Taught Modern Languages, F ranklin School, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1918-19; Gardner H igh School, Ga rdn er, !\1ass., 1924-26; Instructor in German, Trinity, 1926-28; Assistant Professor of German, 1928-; Author of "Edward Vaughan Keneal y and His Goet he, a ew Pantomime." <f>BK.

REV. ROBERT BINES WOODWARD HUTT, PH.D. Professo r of Psychology

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B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; Formerly Instructor in Psyc hology, University of Pennsylvania; Psychologist at Montgomery School, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania; Rector of St. Mark's Church, Casper, Wyomin g; St. John 's Church and Social Settlement, Northern Liberties, Philadelphia ; and of the Church of Our Savior, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania ; Chaplain, United States Army. Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; the American Association of University Professors; the American Psychological Association. E>~X.

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EVALD LAURIDS SKAU, PH.D. ,Jssistant Professor of Chemistry B.S., Trinity, 1919; M.S., Trinity, 1920; Ph.D., Yale University, 1925; Chemist, Emerson Laboratories, Springfield, Mass., 1920-21; Instructor, Trinity College, 1921-22 ; University Fellow, Yale University, 1923-2-!; DuPont Fellow, 192+-25; Research Fellow, Yale University, 1925-26; National Research Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1926-28; Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Trinity College, 1927-; Member of American Chemical Society: Contributor to j ournal of the Amrrican Chemical Society, }o11rnal of P hysical Chemistry, and Ztitschrtft fur Physikalische Chimie. <J>BK, AXE, ~E.

WILLIAM GREGG BRILL, M.A . .dlttmni Secretary and Faculty J/anager of Athletics 71

BROWNELL AVENUE

B.S., Trinity College, 1923; M.A., Trinity College, 1927; Editorial Department, The llartford Courant, 1923-28; Alumni Secretary and Faculty Manager of Athletics with rank of In tructor, 192R-. j.lf'.

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Dean and Assistant Professor of English 86

VERNON STREET

B.A., Harvard University, 1908; M.A., Harvard University, 1909; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1924-; Dexter Scholar, Harvard, 1927; John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellow, 1928; TJught at Harvard, 1912-28; Dean and Assistant Professor of English, Trinity College, 1928-; Member of Modern Language Association of America; American Association of University Professors; ew England Association of Teachers of English; Friends of the Bodleian; Contributor to Th e Na~ion, New England Magazine, Th e Atlantic Monthly; Editor (with Professor Charles Towsend Copeland) The Copeland Reader; author of "Browning's Ancient Classical Sources," in II arvard Studies in Classical Philology.

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JOSEPH COR ELIUS CLARK, B.P.E. I nstructor of Physical Training 147

FAIRFIELD AVENUE

GILBERT VIVEN WRIGHT, B.P.E. Instructor of Physical Training SouTH MANCHESTER

WILLIAM DOREMUS PADEN, PH.B. ln.rtructor of 11!athematics 20 }ARVIS HALL


CHARLES JAMES ROHR I nstructor of History

75

OxFORD STREET

ALFRED LOUIS PEIKER â&#x20AC;˘. PH.D. f nstrucw r of Chemistry 13

SEABURY HALL

B.S. , Trinity, 1925; M.S., Trinity, 1926; Ph.D., MaGill University, 1930 .

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ARTHUR TILLMAN MERRITT, M.A . Organist and Assi.rtant Professor of Music

220

FARMINGTON AvENUE

B.A., University of Missouri, 1926; M.A., Harvard, 1927; holder of the J~hn Knowles Paine Traveling Fellowship in Music, 1927-29; studied organ composition in Paris under Nadia and Bou langer; Instructor of Music at Harvard, 1929-30; Organist and Assistant Professor of Music at Trinity, 1930-.

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HOWARD CARTER WILEY

I nstructor of Drawing 65 RoBBIN S DRIVE, WETHERSFIELD

KENNETH BUXTON, PH.D.

I nstructor of Chemistry 121 WASHINGTON STRE ET B.S., Trinity . 1926; M.S., Trinity, 192 7; Ph.D., MaGill Uni versity, 193 0.

A. EVERETT AUSTIN, ]R., B.A.

I nstructor in Fine Arts WADSWORTH ATHENAEUM A.B., Harvard, 1922. One year in E gypt excavating with the Harvard University and Bosron Museum of Fine Arts; three years, Assistant to Mr. Edward Forbes, Director of Fogg Museum , Harvard University ; came to Hartford in 1927; since then, Director of the Wadsworth Athenaeum ; Instructor, Trinity College, 1927-; Conrriburor to Arts .

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LLOYD EDWIN SMITH , B.S. Instructor of E nglish 1 8~ WA SH IN GTON STREET

CLARENCE IRWIN OLL, B.S. A ssistant in Chemistry

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SEABURY HALL

WILLIAM AVERY STURM Assistant in Chemistry

255

HARTFORD AVENUE, WETH E RSFI E LD

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JOSEPH DEVI E FLYNN, M.A. I nstructor of Mathemat ics

93 NoRTH BEACON STREET B.A., Trinity, 1897; M.A., Tufts, 1908. Instructor in Mathematics at Professor Stearns School and at th e Hartford Public Hi gh School; Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Trinity, 1907; Professo r of Mathematics, 1907-1920; Instructor in Mathematics, 1930--. <I>rCi, <I>BK.

HARING WHITE GRIGGS, B.A. I nstructor of E nglish

220 NoRTH MAIN STREET, WEST HART FORD

WILLIAM HANCOCK McELNEY, B.A . I nstructor of L atin

839 FARMINGTON AVENUE

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REV. ELMER JAY COOK, B.A. I nstructor of Greek HART FORD SEMINARY

REVEREND HERBERT PARRISH, D.D. Lecturer in Philosophy

LAURISTON LIVINGSTON SCAIFE, 1931 I nstructor of Greek

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Class Officers CHRISTMAS TERM LAURISTON

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ScAIFE

Vice-President

MEEKER

CLARENCE

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Secretary- Treasurer

LAUBIN

TRINITY TERM LAURISTON

L.

. President

ScAIFE

Vice-President

D ENTON D . HALL

GEORGE

L.

Secretary- Treasurer

BLAUVELT

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WILBERT ANDREW BJ OR KLU

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Burnside, Conn. Freshman Football; Interfraternity Basketb all (2, 3, 4); Political Science Club (3, -!);Major Subject s: Economics an d Hi sto ry; AXP. Prepared at East I-! artford I-! igh School

EWTON vAN AKIN BLAK ESLEE

Washington, D. C. Glee Club (1, 2); Tripod Board (2); Athenaeum Society (2); Interfrat ernity Bridge (4); IvY Board (3); Major Subject: Engli sh ; 'ItT.

GE OR GE LAURENCE BLAUVELT

White Plains, N. Y. Sophomore Hop Committee: Tripod Board (3); 1931 Jvy Board; Vice-President of Gun Club (2, 3); Interfraternity Basketball (3) ; Glee Club (1); Assistant Manager of Track (2); Manager of Track (2); Varsity Club (4); Junior Varsity Basketball (2); Major Subject: History; ~<I>. Prepared at Trinity School

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HAROLD CHARL ES B oNELL

M eriden, Conn. Gary Scholar.

]AM ES ALLEN BR EED

H artford, Conn. ~K

RALPH DELAPLAINE BRITIO

Elmwood, Conn. Junior Varsity Football (1); Tennis Team (1, 2, 3), Captain (2); Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Sub-Freshman WeekEnd Program (2); Baseball Squad ( 1); Sophomore Hop Committee (2); Swimming Relay (3); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); St. Patrick's Day Scrap Committee (2); Secretary-Treasurer Interfraternity Council; Varsity Club; Squash Racquets Team (4), Manager (4); Finalist, 1930 Squash Racquets Tournament; German Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Quarter Finalist, New England Intercollegiate Tennis; Interfraternity Swimming; Major Subject: English; <lit. Prepared at ll a rtfo rd II igh S chool


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FARNSWORTH CHILDs

L itchfield, Conn. Varsity Club; Varsity Football (3, 4); 1931 IvY Board (3); Junior Prom Committee (3) ; Daniels Scholar (2, 3); Prize Graduate Scholarship (4); Major Subjects : Physics and Mathematics; 2:N . Prepared at L itchfield H igh School

MrLTON ALBERT CooKsoN

Fitchb1trg, Mass. Freshman Football; Political Science Club (2, 3, 4); Athenaeum Society (2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (4); SubFreshman Week-End (3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (3, 4); Debating Squad (4); Major Subject: Philosophy.

Lours FRANK CoRoso

H artford, Conn. T ran sferred from University of Maryland in Junior Year; Major Subject: Chemistry; A<I>2:.

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SAMPSON DIMAN, 3RD

Plymouth, Mass. Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2, 3); Junior Prom Committee (3); Jesters (4); Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Senate (4); German Club; Major Subject: Classics ; t.<I>. Prepared at Phillips-Andover Academy

HoRACE ]AME s Do o LITTL E

Wethersfield, Conn. Track (1, 2, 3); Interfraternity Bas ketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Gun Club (2, 3, 4); Interfraternit y Council (3); Football Squad (4); Major Subjects: Physics and Civil Engineering; t.KE. Prepared at L oomis Institute

HowARD DANIEL DooLITTLE

Wethersfield, Conn. Track (1, 2, 3); Freshman Mathematics Prize (1); Junior Varsity Basketball (1, 2); Junior Prom Committee (3); Gun Club (2, 3, 4); Major Subjects: Physics and Mathematics. Prepared at L oomis Institute

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WALTER HERBERT DuNBAR

Freeport, N. Y. Football Squad (4); Political Science Club (4); College Band (4); Interfraternity Bridge (3, 4); Major Subject: Pre-Medical; ~N. Prepared at Freeport High School

EuGENE ADDISON DuRA o

Pompton Lakes, N. ]. Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Co-Captain (4); Baseball Squad (1, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Club, President (4); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Chairman St. Patrick's Day Scrap (2); Political Science Club (3, 4); Interfraternity Bridge (3, 4); Interfraternity Swimming (3, 4); Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Sophomore Hop Committee; Sophomore Dining Club; Medusa; Major Subject: Philosophy; ~N. Prepared at Trinity School

JosEPH

FRANCis FLEMJ

G, JR.

Bristol, Conn. Junior Varsity Basketball (1); Varsity Basketball (2, 3, 4); Captain (4); Political Science Club (3, 4); Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Major Subjects: History and Economics; ~N.

Prepared at Bristol H igh School

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Southington, Conn. Transferred from Fordham University in Junior Year; Junior Varsity Basketball (3); Basketball (4); Football (4) ; Varsity Club; Major Subject: Chemistry; :EN. Pr epa~路ed at L ewis High S chool

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THONY jEROME FoRASTIERE

Hartford, Conn .

Transferred from Catholic University in Sophomore Year; Freshman Rules Committee (2); Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Varsity Football; Football Squad (3); Interfraternity Basketball (3, 4); Interfraternity Swimming (3); Major Subjects: Philoso phy and History; ATK. Prepared at H artford H igh School

RoGER JosEPH FoRASTIERE

/1 artford, Conn . Freshman Football; Trowbridge Memorial Physics Prize (1); Junior Varsity Basketball (2); Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3); Major Subjects: Chemistry and Biology; ATK. Prepared at !l artford II igh School


LEwis ALBEE GIFFI

West H artford, Conn. Track Squad (1, 2) ; Holland Scholar (2. 3, 4) ; Major Subject: Pre-Medical; AXP, <I>BK. Prepared at H artford H igh S chool

J u LIAN JoHN GLYNN

R idgewood, N. ]. Chairman St. Patrick's Day Scrap (1) ; Freshman Football; Chairman Sophomore Rules Committee; Class President (2) ; Varsity Football (2) ; Varsity Basketball (1, 2, 3, -!) ; Tennis (1, 2) ; Major Subject: Classics: t.<l>. Prepared at Ridgewood High S chool

JAcK. GooDING

F orest Hills, N. Y.

Freshman Football; Freshman Rules Committee (2) ; Junior Varsity Basketball (2) ; Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3) ; Varsity Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Captain(-!) ; Sub-Freshman Week-End Committee (3) ; Class Vice-President (3) ; Political Science Club (3, 4) ; Varsity Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Secretary of the Athletic Association (3); President of the Athletic Association (4); Major Subject: History; KB<I>, t.<l>. Prepared at

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WILLIAM DANI EL G ucKENBUE HL ER

New York, N. Y. Tripod Board (2, 3, 4); Jesters (2, 3, 4), President (3, 4); Literary Club (2, 3, 4), President (2, 3); 1931 I vvBoard; Medusa; Major Subjects: English an d Philosophy; .:lei>. Prepared at Dwight Preparatory School

D ENTON DuN

HALL

Ridgewood, N. ]. Jesters (1, 2, 3, 4); Trask (1, 2); Secretary-Treasurer of Class (1); T ripod (1, 4), Make-up Editor (1), Editor-inChief (4); Freshman Rules Committee (2); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2); Varsity Club; Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Interfraternity Dance, Co-Chairman (3); Junior Prom Committee (3); IvY Board (3); Senate (4); German Club; Major Subject: English; KB<I>; L1':1i. P-repared at R idgewood High School

AMBROSE STEVENS HIGGINS

Portland, Maine Varsity Club; Chairman Sub-Freshman Week-End Committee; Freshman Rules Committee (2); Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (2, 3); College Orchestra (1, 2); Gun Club (2, 3); Captain Rifle Team (2), Treasurer (3) ; Track (1, 2, 3); Choir (1, 2); French Club (1, 2); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2); Interfraternity Swimming (3); Interfraternity Cross Country (3); Interfraternity Bridge (3); Political Science Club (3, 4); Sophomore Dining Club; Medusa; Major Subjects: History and Philosophy; A.:l<I>; KB<I>. Prepared at H olderness School

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]AME S DuNNICA H oRTO

Englewood, N. ]. Freshman Football ; French Club (1); Sophomore Rules Committee (2); Baseball (2); Track (1, 2); Major Subject: Classics. Prepared at DeWitt Clinton School

j o HN FLEET I s H ERwooD

F all River, M ass. Sophomore Rules Committee (2) ; Athenaeum (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3) ; Jesters (2, 3, -±); Political Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (3), President (4); Rifle Club (2); Debating Squad (3, 4); Football Squad (2); Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4); T ennis Squad (2); Track Sq uad (1); Manager Junior Varsity Basketball (3); Interfraternity Basketball (2); Interfraternity Swimming (3); Interfraternity Bridge (3, 4); Interfraternity Squash Racquets (4); Jvy Board (3); Junior Prom Committee (3) ; Interfraternity Council (3, 4), Vice-President, (4); College Marshal (4) ; Medusa (4) ; Major Subjects: Philosophy and History; AXP. Prepared at Ph1:Zlips-Exeter Academy

CHARLES EDWARD jACOB SON, ]R.

P erth Amboy, N. ]. Trowbridge Memorial Prize (1); Baseball Squad (1) ; Track (1, 2); Tripod Board (2, 3); Athenaeum Society (2, 3, 4), Secretary (2), Vice-President (3), President (4) ; Debating Squad (1, 2); Debating Team (3, 4); Class President (3); Business Manager 1931 IvY; Glee Club (1, 2); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3, -±); Interfraternity Squash (4); Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry; \[IT; <I>BK. Prepared at P erth Amboy H igh School

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WJ L LI A 1 K ATZ

Jl artford, Conn . College Orchestra (2) ; 193 1 I VY Board (3) ; Adverti sing Manager of the Tripod (-!-); Soccer (-!-) ; Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry . Prepared at H artford H igh S chool

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] AMES P ATRI CK K EAR NEY

N ewin g!on , Conn . So ph omore Hop Committee (2) ; J unior P rom Comm ittee (3) ; Major Subject : Philoso ph y. Prepared at K ingswood S chool

P AU L K u sr sE K

D anbury , Conn. Glee Club (1 ) ; Sophomore Rul es Committee (2) ; T ripod Board (2) ; Major Subj ect : English. Prepared at D anbury H igh S chool

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CLARENCE WILLIAM LAUBI

Hartford, Conn.

Class Treasurer (2, 3, 4); President of Gun Club (2, 3), Team Captain (4); Sophomore Hop Committee (2); Tripod Board (3, 4); St. Patrick's Day Scrap Committee (1); Major Subject: Civil Engineering. Prepared at Hartford High School

EDWARD WILLARD LJONGQUIST

Hartford, Conn. Cheerleader (3, 4); Varsity Club (4); Glee Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Sophomore Rules Committee (2); Literary Club (3); Art and Business Boards of 1931 IvY; Major Subjects: English and Philosophy; KB<I>; t.KE. Prepared at Hartford High School and Suffield School

ARTHUR vAN RENSSAELAER LUTHER

Paterson, N.]. Tripod Board (3); Vice-President Literary Club (3); Major Subject: English; KB<I>, t.cf>. Prepared at Paterson High School

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GEORG E ALBERT MACKIE

West H artford, Conn.

Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); St. Patrick's Day Scrap Committee (1, 2); Sophomore Rules Committee; Tripod Board; Interfraternity Council (3); Major Subject: English; ~N. Prepared at Weaver H igh S chool

G EOR GE EDWARD MANNWEJLER

Seymour, Conn. Rifle Club (2) ; Athenaeum Society (2, 3); Political Science Club (2, 3); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Baseball Squad (3); Interfraternity Bridge (3, 4); Major Subj ect: Chemistry; AXP. Prepared at Seymour H igh School

HARVEY MATHIASEN

Westfield, N. ]. Track (1, 2) ; Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3); Interfraternity Swimming (3); Art Editor 1931 1VY (3); Literary Club (3, 4) ; Swimming (4); Major Subjects : Physics and Chemistry; ~<1>. Prepared at P eddie School

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DANIEL BuTLER McCooK

New York, N. Y . Tri pod Board (2, 3), Managing Editor (2) . Editor-in-Ch ief (3, 4) ; Freshman Football; Editor-in-Chief 1931 Ivv; Varsity Football (2) ; Class President (3); Track Squad (1) ; Athenaeum Society (2) ; Sophomore Hop Committee (2) ; Literary Club (3) ; Junior Prom Committee (3) ; Glee Club (1 , 3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3) ; Gun Club (2, 3), Co-founder (2) ; Sophomore Dining Club; German Club; Chairman of College Senate; President of College Body; Medusa; Major Subject; English; 'liT. Prepared at Choate S chool

JoHN BALDWIN MEEKER

W estfield, N. ]. Vice-President of Class (1, 2, 4) ; Tripod Board (1, 2, 3) ; Circulation Manager (3) ; Track Squad (1 ) ; Freshman Rules Committee (2); Interfraternity Basketball (3); Athenaeum Society (2), Secretary (2); Schools Committee (+) ; Interfraternity Council (3, 4), President (4); Major Subject: English; 'liT. Prepared at Westfield High School

CLARENCE GLEASON MILLER

Brooklyn, N. Y. Choir (1, 2); Glee Club (1, 2); Freshman Football; Major Subject: History; ~N . Prepared at Trinity S chool

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R EES MITCHELL

New L ondon, Conn .

Glee Club (1); Gun Club (2, 3, 4) ; Rifle Team (3, 4) : Tripod Board (1, 2, 3), Assistant Business Manager (2), Business Manager (3); Assistant Manager of Baseball (2) ; Assistant Stage Manager of Jest ers (2, 3), Stage Manager (3, 4) ; Interfraternity Bas ketball (1) ; Sen ior J ester (3, 4) ; IvY Board (3) ; Junior Prom Committee; French Club (1) ; Major Subjects: Mathematics and Physics ; A~<l>. P repared at B ulkeley S chool

JoHN MAN TLLA MoNACELL A

H artford, Conn. Tran sferred from Catholic University in Sophomore Year; Track (2) ; Junior Varsity Football (2) ; Varsity Football (3, 4) ; Political Science Club (4) ; Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry.

CuFF ORD LEOTA MoRsE

W ethersfield, Conn. Transferred from University of Vermont in Junior Year; Major Subject: English; ~<I> .

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RoBERT Orro MuLLER

R ichmond Hill, N. Y . Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Assistant Manager Basketball (3), Manager Basketball (4); Varsity Club ; Tn"p od Board (2, 3, 4), Assistant Circulation Manager (3), Circulation Manager (3, 4); Political Science Club (3 , 4); Major Subject: Political Science; ~<I>. Prepared at Colb路y Academ y

GRAHAM CYRENUS

EWBURY

P oint Pleasant B each, N. ]. Football Squad (2); Junior Varsity Basketball (2) ; Political Science Club (3, 4); Soccer (1, 2, 3); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry; AXP. Prepared at P oint Pleasant B each H igh School

SHELDON RooTs

K uling, China Freshman Football; Varsity Football (3, 4); Track (1, 2, 3); Junior Prom Committee (3) ; Varsity Club; Major Subject: Classics; >IrT. Prepared at K ent School

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] ERROLD RowLAND

New York, N. Y. Transferred from Hamilton College in Junior Year; Track (3); Major Subject: Philosoph y.

LAURISTON Lrvr GSTON ScAIFE Milton, Mass. Gl ee Club (1, 2); French Club (1); G erm an Club (3, 4); Assistant Organist (1, 2, 3); Literary Club (2, 3, 4), VicePresident (4), Presid ent (2); Jesters (1, 2, 3, 4); Sophomore Hop Committee; Chairman Junior P ro m Committee; So phomore Dinin g Club; IvY Board (3); Vice-Pres id ent of Class (3); President (4); Major Subject: Greek; KB<I>: At.cf>.

Prepared at Milton Academy

HowARD EoGERTo CEciL ScHMOLZE Kew Gardens, L. ! ., N. Y. Freshman Football; French Club (1, 2); Choir (1, 2) : Orchestra (1, 2); Sophomore Rul es Committee (2) ; Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Business Manager (4); Vice-President of Class (3); Assistant Manager Football (3), Football Manager (4); Interfraternity Council (3, 4), Secretary-Tre asurer (4); Political Science Club (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Varsity Club (4) ; Interfraternity Basketba ll (2, 3); Interfraternity Bridge (3 , 4) ; Sophomore Dinin g Club; Major Subjects: Mathematics and History; KB<I>, At.<I>. Prepared at Newtown High School

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EDWARD SELTZ E R

H artford, Conn.

Junior Jester (4); Major Subjects: Economics and History. Prepared at Hartford High School

WrLFR ED Jo sE PH SHEEHAN

New Britain. Conn. Junior Varsity Basketball (1); Track (1, 2); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3, -!); Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry; ATK. P1路epared at N ew Britain High School

PAUL WILLIAM SYKES

H artjord, Conn.

Major Subject: Civil Engineering. Prepared at Hartford High S chool

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JoHN JosEPH TRACY, JR.

I-I artford, Conn. Business Board 1931 lvv; Junior Varsity Football (1); Goodwin Greek Prize; Interfraternity Basketball (1. 2, 3); Gary Scholar (3); Major Subject: Greek; ATK. Prepared at St. Thomas Seminary

JAcK TREVITHICh

H artford, Conn. Literary Club (3), Secretary (3); Tripod (3); Major Subject: English. Prepared at H ar~(ord I-I igh S chool

PAUL HoLME S TwADDLE

Rocky Ilill, Conn. Glee Club (2, 3, 4), President (3), Student Conductor (-!) ; Jesters (1, 2, 3); Class President (1); Choir (3, -!); Athenaeum Society (2, 3); 1VY Board (3); T reasurerof the College Senate(-!); Manager of the Union (4); Freshman Football (1); Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subject: Pre-Medical; AXP.

Prepared at Middletown H igh School

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MoRRIS VocEL Brooklyn, N. Y. French Club (1); Political Science Club (3, 4) , SecretaryTreasurer (4); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Junior Varsity Basketball (1, 2); Track (1) ; Goodwin-Hoadley Scholarship; Hartford Scholarship; Major Subject: History. Pupared at H artford H igh School

WILLIAM Lours WALLBANK

New Britain, Conn. Football (1, 2); Major Subject: Pre-Medical; <I>BK. Prepared at Rutland (1/t .) High School

RoBERT PALMER WATERMA

Hartford, Conn. Soccer (1) ; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Class Secretary (2); Athenaeum Society (2, 3), Vice-President (3), Secretary (3); Debating Squad (3) ; Interfraternity Council (3); German Club; Managing Editor 1931 IvY; Senate (4); Major Subject: Romance Languages; t.KE. Prepared at Hartford High School

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ARTHUR DAVID WEI NSTEI

II artford, Conn. Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3, 4), Co-Captain (4); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); eutral Sports Manager (4) ; Political Science Club (1, 2, 3, 4); St. Patrick's Day Scrap Committee (2); Sub-Freshman WeekEnd Committee (2); Varsity Club (2, 3, 4); Senate (-Âą); Major Subjects: History and Economics.

Prepared at II artford H igh School

WILLIAM MERVINE WELJVAR

Williamsport, Pa. Glee Club (1, 3); College Choir (2, 3, 4); College Trio (1, 2, 3); Politi cal Science Club (4); Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Bridge (3, 4); Class Secretary (2); Track (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain (4); Varsi ty C lub ; Sop homore Dining Club; Major Subjects: Ma th ematics and Physics; AXP.

Prepared at Williamsport H igh School

GR EGORY J E ROME WYCKOFF

Mountain Lakes, N .]. Freshman Football; Varsity Football (3); Baseball Sq u ad (2); Literary Club (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (1, 2, -t); Tripod (1 , 2, 4) ; Swimming (-t); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3, -t); Interfraternity Swimming (3, 4); Interfraternity Squash Racquet> (-t); Major Subject : English ; \JiT. Prepared at Morris town H igh School

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3luntnr Class Officers CHRISTMAS TERM

T. JoHN McKEE

. President

C. LESLIE MuENCHINGER CusHMAN C. REYNOLDS

Vice-President

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S ecretary-Treasurer

TRI ITY TERM HE NRY 0. PHIPPE

. President

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ATHANIEL B. ABBOIT

V ice-President

HARRIS K. PRIOR

S ecretary-Treasurer

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JEL BLANCHARD ABBOTT

H artsdale, N . Y. Jesters (1, 2. 3) ; Glee Club (1, 2, 3) , Vice-President (2, 3) ; Librarian (3) ; Literary Club (1 , 2, 3) ; Choir (1, 2, 3) ; Tri pod (2, 3) ; Class Vice-President (3) ; Sophomore Dining Club; College Quartette (3) ; Major Subject: Classics; t.<I>. Prepared at Greenburgh H igh School

R AYMOND KELLY ADAMS

Deep R iver, Conn . Varsity Baseball (1, 2), Co-Captain (3) ; Junior Varsity Basketball (1, 2) ; Sophomore Rules Committee; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Political Science Club (1, 2, 3) ; Varsity Club (2, 3) ; Sophomore Dining Cl u b; Major Subjects: History and Economics; 2;N. Prepared at Deep River High School

DA IEL SYLVESTER A

DR US

Germantown, P a. Soccer (2, 3) ; Captain (2, 3) ; Junior Varsity Basketbali (1) , Captain (1) ; Varsity Basketball (3) ; Interfraternity Swimming (2) ; Glee Club (2, 3) ; Major Subjects: Philosophy and Chemistry; t.'lt. Prepared at Germantown High School

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ARTHUR ALEXA

DER AR OLD

Hartford, Conn. Varsity Tennis (1, 3) ; Soccer (1, 2); Baseball (1); Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3) ; Interfraternity Bridge (2, 3); Varsity Club; Finalist, first 1930 Squash Tournament (2); Runner-up second 1930 Squash Tournament (2); Winner 1931 Squash Tournament (3) ; Squash Racquets Team (3); Major Subject: Physics; AXP. Prepa1路ed at Hartford High S chool

JoHN ELMER BACKSTROM

West Hartford, Conn. Soccer (1); Major Subjects: Mathematics and Economics; ~N.

Prepared at W ilhain Hall H igh School

WILLIAM ARTHUR BoEGER, JR.

Elmhurst, N. Y. Sophomore Rules Committee (2) ; Sophomore Hop Committee (2) ; Political Science Club (2, 3) ; Chairman Junio r Prom Committee (3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Baseball Squad (1. 2, 3) ; Secretary, Interfraternity Athletic Committee (3) ; Major Subjects: History and Economics; KB<J>, \ItT. Prepared at N ewtown High S chool

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SAMUEL BRONSTEI

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Hartford, Conn. Freshman Physics Prize; Major Subjects: Physics and Mathematics. Prepared at W !'aver H igh School

THoMAS BuRG Ess, JR.

W 'yncote, P a. Transferred from Brown University in Sophomore Year; Track (2); Interfraternity Basketball (2) ; Political Science Club (2); Varsity Football (3); Varsity Club (3); Major Subject: Geology; A6<1>.

JoHN EoMu

n STuART BuRK E

Tro y, N. Y. Sophomore Rules Committee (2) ; Varsity Tennis (1, 2), Captain (2); Sophomore Hop Committee (2); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2); Tripod Board (2); IvY Board (3); Junior Prom Committee; Political Science Club (2); German Club (2, 3); Brainard Squash Racquets Trophy (2); Class President (2); Winner Fall Tennis Tournament (1); Squash Racquets Team (3); Quarter-Finalist, Tew Engiand Intercollegiate Tennis (2); Varsity Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subjects: History and Economics; 6'li. P1路epared at LaSalle School

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HUGH STEWART CAMPBELL

Hartford, Conn . Athe路neum (1, 2, 3), Manager of Debate (1), Debatinl-!: Squad (2); Literary Club (1, 2) ; Sophomore Rules Committee; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Political Science Club (2, 3), Executive Committee (3) ; Interfraternity Council (3) ; Business Manager 1932 ]vv; Major Subject: History; AXP . Prepared at H artford High School

WILLIAM ALBERT CARLETO

Wethersfield, Conn. Track (1, 2, 3); Cross Country (1, 2, 3); Orchestra (1); Band (3); Athenaeum (2, 3); Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3) 路 Interfraternity Swimming (2); Political Science Club (2, 3); Varsity Club; Major Subject: Economics; ~N. Prepared at Wethersfield J! i,h Scho ol

RALPH SMITH CHRISTY

Westerly, R. I.

Political Science Club (1, 2); Track (1, 2, 3); Cross Country (1); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Phi Gamma Delta Mathematics Prize (1); Manager Junior Varsity Basketball (3); Varsity Club; Major Subjects: Economics and Mathematics; AXP. Prepared at W estedy High School

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JoHN PHILIP CoLEMA

H artford, Conn. Junior Varsity Football (1) ; Baseball (1, 2, 3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Basketball Squad (3); Interfraternity Council (3) ; Interfraternity Athletic Committee (3) ; Major Subject: History ; ATK. Prepared at Crosb y H igh School

THOMAS WILLIAM Co

VEY

T ariffville, Conn. Track (1, 2); Cross Country (3); Interfraternity Swimming (2) ; Major Subject: English; ~N. Prepared at Simsbury H igh School

WARRE

RICHARD DAC EY

H artford, Conn. Transferred from Catholic University in Junior Year; Major Subjects : History and Economics;~!\.

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HARV EY D A

New York, N. Y. Tripod (1, 2, 3); Chairman Sophomore H op Committee (2); Basketball Squad (1, 3); 1932 IvY Board; Political Science Club (1); Track (1); St. P a trick's Day Scrap Committee (1 ); Glee Club (1, 2); Vice-President (1) ; Sop homore Dining Club; Major Subjects: History and Economi cs; .l<l>. Prepared at Trinity S chool

WrLLlAM JusTus EDDY

Hou ghton, Mich. Track (1, 2) ; Rifle C lub (1, 2, 3), President (3) , Rifle Team (1, 3) ; I VY Board (3) ; Sophomore Hop Committee (2) ; Interfraternity Basketball; Interfraternity Swimmi ng ; Major Subject: Economics; KB<I>, 6.KE. P repared at P eddie S chool

HALSEY H E DERSON Foss

South Windharn, Conn : Freshman Football; Sophomore Rules Committee; Baseball Squad (2); German Club; Major Subject: English ; KB<I>, .lKE. Prepared at Norwich A cadem y

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GEoRGE KEITH FuNsTo

Sioux Falls, S.D. Assistant Manager Baseball (2) ; Manager of Baseball (2) ; Sophomore Rules Committee (2) ; Vice-President of Class (2) ; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; IVY Board (3) ; Interfraternity Council (3); Soccer (3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2) ; Cross Country (3) ; Political Science Club (2, 3) ; Athenaeum (1, 2, 3) ; Varsity Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subjects : History and Economics; Atl<I>. Prepared at Sioux Falls High School

DA VlD GALI

SKY

Hartford, Co nn. Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3) ; Football Squad (2) ; IVY Board (3); Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry. Prepared at Bulkeley High School

MARCUS LEVI GARRISON

Willimantic, Conn. Glee Club (1, 2, 3), Librarian (2), Assistant Business Manager (3) ; Class Treasurer (2) ; Major Subject: Civil Engineering; tlKE. Prepared at Windham High School

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FRIEDRICH HEI

RICH GEIGER

I-! artford, Conn. Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3) ; Track (1, 2) ; Junior Varsity Basketball (2) ; Chairman St. Patrick's Day Scrap Committee (1, 2) ; Varsity Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subject: Chemistry; ~<P. Prepared at B ulkeley I-! igh S chool

WILLIAM McKEN ' EY GrssoN

Charlo ttesville, V a. Transferred from University of Virginia in Sophomore Year; Track (2) ; Interfraternity Council (3) ; Interfraternity Swimming (2) ; Tripod (3) ; Varsity Club (2, 3) ; Interfraternity Bridge (2, 3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3) ; German Club; Major Subjects : History and Economics; KB<P, Mr.

NATHAN SAMUEL GLASSMA

I-! artfo rd, Conn. Tripod (1, 2, 3) ; Orchestra (1) ; Band (3) ; St. Patrick's Day Scrap Committee (1) ; Glee Club (3); IvY Board (3) ; Major Subject: Civil Engineering. Prepared at W eaver H i gh S chool

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EvERETT SHIRLEY GL ED HILL

West H artford, Conn.

Soccer (1); Tennis Manager (3); IvY Boa rd (3); Major Su bject: Civil Engineering; ~N. Prepared at W illia.m l-1 all l-1 igh S chool

M YER

GoLDSCHMIDT

H artford, Conn .

Freshman Football; Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry. P repared at l-1 artford H igh School

EMA

UEL FRANCIS GouNo

East Hartford, Conn .

Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2) ; ] unior Varsity Basketball (1, 2); Varsi ty Basket ball (2, 3); Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3); Interclass Track (2); Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry. Prepared at H artford H igh School

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OswALD BALBIR IE GRAHAM, }R.

West Haven, Conn.

Baseball (1, 2); Tripod (1); Class Vice-President (1); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 3); Political Science Club (2, 3); Major Subjects: History and Economics; 'liT. Prepared at W est Haven High S chool

WILLIAM SAVILLE GRAINGER

East H ampton, N. Y. Athenaeum Society (1); Junior Varsity Basketb all (1); Tennis Team (2); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Interfraternity Bridge (2, 3); Major Subject: History; KB<I?, 'liT. P repared at East H ampton H igh School

WILLIAM KI B ITZ

New Y ork, N. Y. Organist and Choirmaster (1, 2); Assistant Organist (3); Junior Prom Committee (3); IvY Board (3); Major Subject: Classics. Prepared at Fvander Childs H igh School

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IsRAEL BAER KRAUT

J ersey City, N. ]. Tripod (1, 2, 3); Literary Club (2, 3); Soccer (1); Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry. Prepared at Dickinson H igh School

RoBERT WENTZ LAKE

Takoma P ark, Md. Baseball (1); Political Science Club (2, 3); Major Subject: History; t.<I>. Prepared at St. James School

Eowr HoRNE LAWTO N H artford, Conn. Tripod (1, 2, 3), Circulatio'l Manager (3); Rifle Club (1, 2, 3), Secretary-Treasurer (3), Co-Founder (1)"; Freshman Football Manager (2); Interfraternity Basketball (3); Baseball Squad (1); IVY Board (3); Major Subject: Physics; \}iT.

Prepared at K ingswood School

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JoHN ANTO

MAcVEAGH , }R.

West II artford, Conn. Class President (1); Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Jesters (2, 3); Athenaeum Society (2); Major Subject: Philosophy; D.KE. Prepa,-ed at L oomis School

THOMAS }AMES MALONEY

New H aven, Conn. Major Subjects: Physics and Philosophy. Prepared at New Haven High School

RICHARD EDWARD MARTI

I

H artford, Conn.

Transferred from New York University in Sophomore Year; Tennis (2, 3), Captain (3); Junior Varsity Basketball (2); Glee Club (2); Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3); Interfraternity Squash: Varsity Squash Racquets; Varsity Club; Major Subjects: Economics and Hi story; \]IT.

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W ethersfield, Conn. Tran sferred from Connecticut Agricul tural College in So phomore Year; Major Subjects : Hi st ory and Economics; ATK.

P repm·ed at B ulkeley H igh School

THEOPHILus JoHN McKEE, JR .

Gilbertsville, N. Y. Freshman Football ; Varsity Football (2) ; Athenaeum Society (1, 2, 3) ; Manager of Debate (2, 3) ; Political Science Club (3), Executive Committee (3) ; Baseball Squad (1, 2) ; Debating Team (2); Class Secretary-Treasurer (1, 2) ; Class President (2, 3); Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subjects: Physics and Civil Engineering; t.KE. Prepared at Gilbertsville High School

ALLEN ScoTT MEI E R

W ilson, Conn. Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3), Captain-Elect (3) ; Junior Varsity Basketball (1, 2), Captain (2) ; Baseball (1) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3); Track (2) ; Sophomore Rules Committee; Interfraternity Council (3) ; Varsity Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subject: Physics; l:N. Prepared at Windsor H igh School

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RICHARD CRABILL MELOY

H ighland Park, Mich.

Class President (1); Tennis (1, 2); Swimming (3); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2); Interfraternity Swimming (2); Interfraternity Cross Country (2, 3); Glee Club (2, 3); Interfraternity Sports Committee (3); Jesters (2); Tripod (3), Advertising Ma nage r (3); IvY Art Editor (3); Secretary of Schools Committee (3); Major Subject: Economics; ~'li. Prepared at H ighland Park High School

CHARLES LEsLIE MuENCHINGER

Newport, R. I. Athenaeum Society (1, 2, 3); Jesters (1, 2, 3), Assistant Property Manager (2); Literary Club (1, 2); Tripod (2, 3), Managing Editor (2), Editor-in-Chief (3); Editor -in-Chief of 1932 IVY (3); Cross Country (1); Political Science Club (2, 3); Vice-President of Class (3); Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subject: English; AXP. Prepared at R ogers H igh School

HERBERT GEoRGE NoRMAN

New Haven, Conn.

Assistant Manager of Baseball (2); Manager of Baseball (3); Literary Club (1, 2); Track (1); Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Interfraternity Council (3); Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subject: Chemistry; ~<fl.

Prepared at New Ha ven High School

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VIcToR JosEPH OuELLETTE

P ittsfield, Mass.

Soccer (1); Major Subject: Languages; ~N­ P repared at P ittsfield High S chool

HYAM PLUTZIK

Bristol, Conn. Literary Club (1, 2) ; Interfraternity Basketball (2); Political Science Club (3); Tripod (3) : Holland Scholar (3); Major Subject: English . Prepared at Bristol High School

HE

RY Oscooo PHIPPE •, JR .

South H amilton, Mass.

Football (2, 3): Baseball (1. 2. 3); Junior Varsity Football (1), Captain (1); Chairman Sophomore Rules Committee; Secretary of the Athletic Association (3); Varsity Club, Vice-President (3); Class Vice-President (2); Class President (3) ; Athletic Advisory Council (3); Interfraternity Athletic Council (3); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2); Interfraternity Swimming (2); Interfraternity Cross Country (3); Political Science Club (2, 3); Sophomore Dining Club; Major Subject: History: At.<I>. P upa red at Beverly High School

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HARRIS KING PRIOR

H azardville, Conn.

Converse Prize Schol arship (1); Gl ee Club (1, 2, 3); Athenaeum Society ( 1, 2), Censor (2); Orchestra (1) ; Interfraternity Basketball (2); Interfraternity Squash Racquets (3) ; Assistant Manager ofF ootb all (3) ; Assistant Manager of the Union (3) ; Assistant Editor of the I VY (3) ; SecretaryTreasurer of Class (3); Sophomore D ining Club; Major Subject: Engineering; AXP. Prepm路ed at E ast Hartford High S chool

GERALD THOMAS REUTER

W aterbu.r::, Conn . Class Vice- President (1 ) ; Ath enaeum Society ( 1, 2) ; Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3) ; Assistart Manager of Basketball (3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2) ; Interfraternity Squash Racquets (3); IvY Business Board (3) ; Major Subjects: Economics and History ; AXP. P repared at Crosby H igh S chool

CusHMAN CARR!

GTON REY

oLo s

Clinton, Conn.

Freshm an Football; Varsity Football (2) ; Baseball (1, 2) ; Political Science Club (2) ; Literary Club (2, 3) ; Trip od (3), Managing Editor (3) ; lYYBoard (3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2) ; Interfraternity Swimming (2) ; Interfraternity Bridge (2, 3) ; Secretary-Treasurer of Class (3) ; Major Subject : English; KB<I>, b.\]1. Prepared at M organ S chool

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East Aurora, N. Y. Transferred from University of Buffalo in Sophomore Year; Track (2); Literary Club (2); Cross Country (2, 3); Glee Club (2, 3); Business Manager of Tripod (3); IVY Board (3); Major Subject: Economics; A~il>.

JUL!US

SMITH

Hartford, Conn. Freshman Football (1); Varsity Football (2); Orchestra (1) ; Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Glee Club (1, 2, 3); Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry_ Prepared at Hartford High School

CHARLES HARRIMA

SMITH

Kew Gardens, N. Y. Transferred from Rutgers in Sophomore Year; Glee Club (2, 3); Major Subject: Economics; ~if>.

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MoRTo RAPHAEL SPRAY H artford, Conn. Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3) ; Track (1, 2, 3); Junior Varsity Basketball (2); Varsity Basketball (3); Major Subjects : Chemistry and Biology. Prepared at II artford H igh School

THOMAS R oBERT STu:AP ?

F orest H ills, N. Y. Freshm an Football; Assistant Manager of Track (2) ; Sophomore Rules Committee (2) ; Jest ers (1, 2. 3), Business Manager (2, 3); Track Manager (3) ; Literary Club (1, 2, 3), Secretary (3); IVY Board (3) ; Schools Committee (3) ; German Club (3) ; Sophomore Dinin g Club; Majo r Subject: Engli sh ; il<l>. Prepared at Mou nt H ermon S chocl

jAM ES G oLDE

ToBIN

East H artford, Conn. Freshman Football; Athenaeum Society (2) ; J este rs (3 ) ; Major Subjects: English and French; f>KE. Prepared at East H artford H igh School

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URBAN CHESTER ULLMA

P erth Amboy, N. ]. Freshman Football; Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Varsity Football (2, 3); Junior Prom Committee; IvY Board; Major Subject: Philosophy; \]iT. Prepared at Mount H ermon School

]AMES CHALMERS WARWICK , ]R.

B eechhurst, L. 1. , N. Y . Class Secretary (1); Chairman, Sophomore Hop Committee (2); Glee Club (1. 2, 3); Jesters (2, 3); Junior Prom Committee (3); IVY Board (3); Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2); Tennis (2); Interfraternity Council (3); German Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Schools Committee (3); Major Subject: Civil Engineering; L.lKE. Prepared at Peddie School

ALEXA DER SA

DERS WATT

R edding R idge, Conn. Freshman Football (1) ; Baseball (1, 2); Interfraternity Bridge (2, 3); Interfraternity Council (3); Major Subject: Physics; \]iT. Prepared at Bethel High School

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SAMUEL RoGERS WETHERILL,

]R.

Collingswood, N. ].

Major Subjects: English and Latin. Prepared at Collingswood High School

DAVID LI

DE

WHITE

N ew Bedford, Mass. Cross Country (1, 2) ; Track (1, 2) ; Interfraternity Swimming (2) ; Swimming Team (3) ; Soccer (2, 3) ; Major Subject: English; A~ <I>. Prepared at S t. George's S chool

MARCELLus DoRsEY WRIGHT

Centerville, Md.

Track (1, 2) ; Soccer (1. 2, 3) ; Interfraternity Basketball (2, 3); Interfraternity Swimming (2) ; Political Science Club (2); Interfraternity Bridge (2, 3) ; Varsity Club; Major Subjects: Economics and History; ~'lt. Prepared at S t. J ames' S chool

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RoBERT VINCENT You

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New B ritain, Conn. Transferred from Fordham University in Sophomore Year ; Golf Team (2); Major Subject: Rom a nce L a nguages; ~<I>.

MrcHAEL JoH ZAZZARO H artford, Conn. Freshman Football; Junior Varsity B asketball (1, ?)路 Interfraternity Basketball (1, 2, 3); Junior Prom Co~n~ mittee (3); Major Subject: History; .\TK. Prepared at Bulkeley H igh School

ALPHO sE J o HN ZuJKO N ew Britain, Conn. Transferred from Villanova College in Junior Year; Junior Varsity Basketball (3) ; Major Subject: Pre-Medical.

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Class Officers CHRISTMAS TERM JoHN

G.

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BELL

Secretary- Treasurer

SIVASLIA N

TRINITY TE RM EDWARD

HERBERT

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President

PAI GE

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BELL

Secretary- T reasurer

WILLIAM W. SrsBOWER

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Sophomores Hartford, Conn. Manasquan, . J. Hartford , Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. West Orange, . J. . Wilson, Conn. iagara Falls, N. Y. H artford, Conn. Hartford , Conn. Meriden, Conn. East Hartford, Conn. IewYork, . Y. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. West Hartford, Conn. ew Britain, Conn. Hartford, Conn . Laurelton, N. Y. Hartford, Conn. Brookline, Mass. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Baldwin, . Y. Norwich, Conn. Southington, Conn. Hartford , Conn. Elmhurst, L. I., . Y. Glen Ridge, N. J. Hartford, Conn. Springfield, Mass. Hartford, Conn. Mobridge, S. D. Philadelphia, Pa. V\ est Hartford, Conn. _ ew York, N.Y. Stonington, Conn . Hartford, Conn. ew Haven , Conn.

PHILIP JoHN AcQUAVIVA CLARENCE KRISS ANDERSON,

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THOMAS BRANDO MICHAEL MYRO PAUL MARTI

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CHRISTENS£

BARAK GRITMA

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JoHN PATRICK CoTTER,

PHILIP EDWARD CoYLE, ]R., ~ci> jAMES REscorr CuLLEN,

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WILLIAM FRANKLIN D EVOE, ~cl> HAROLD DAVID Drsco WALTER JosEPH DuKsA, ~N WILLIAM EDWARD EGAN RICHARD JEAN PIERRE EicHACKER, RoBERT CLOuDMA

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THOMAS JoHN HuGHES LEo ARD PAUL jAHNKE, A~<I> THADDEUS CuLVER Jo Es, A ~<I> FRA cis CoLssoN KELLY, jR. GEORGE WALTER LEE ]oH PATRICK LEO, jR., .\XP EMANUEL SIGMUND LEWJNN LIONEL LLEWELLYN LONG jAMES GRIER MARKS, jR., ALl<I> THOMAS EDWARD McDERMOTT ]oH FRANcis MELACK WILLIAM ANTHONY Mo TANo WILLIAM CAMERO ORW ELL, 'liT CHARLES FRANCIS NuGENT, jR. , ALl<f> HARRY jAME S OXFORD, ~<I> EDWARD SwiTs PAIGE, ~<I> . PoTTER BRooKs PAIGE, .\.~<I> REUBE PEISS BER HARD HuBERT PERRY, AXP MoRRis PETERsoN joH MARVIN PRUTTING GEORGE CARL RICHARDSON, AXP EDWARD VALENTINE SAYERS, ATK MALCOLM ScoTT, Ll<I> . jAMES jACK SHARKEY, ~N GERSHON BENJAMIN SILV ER WILLIAM WALLACE SISBOWER, ~<I> EDWARD LEVONNE SIVASLIAN GEoRGE MoNTGOMERY SLATER, ~N RoBERT CLosE SMITH, ilKE MILTON LITTLEFIELD SMYTHE, ~KE HowARD FRA KLI STEEVES CuRTIS STELLA . ALBERT GABRIEL TASHJIAN JoH GooDWIN TRACY, AXP JosEPH JoH TRA TOLO PAsQUALE JosEPH VIGNAT! . LEWIS ALEXANDER WADLOW, JR., Ail<I> THOMAS SMITH WADLOW, .\~<I> FREDERICK BERNHARD WIERK, Ll<I> CHARLES GALLAWAY WILSON EMIL JosEPH ZIZZAMIA

Bost on, Mass. Grosse Pt. Vi ll age, M ich. Washi ngt on, D . C . New Brita in , Conn . Ha rtfo rd , Conn . New Yo rk, N . Y . H a rtfo rd , Conn. Wes t H aven, Conn. . As pin wall , P a. H artfo rd, Conn. H artford , Conn . W est H artfo rd , Conn. . D et roit, M ich . W eth ersfiel d, Conn . P ort C hester, N. Y. Schenect ad y, N . Y. W as hin gt o n, C. D. H artford , Conn . Tuckah oe, N . Y. H artfo rd , Conn. H a rtfo rd , Conn. East H a rtfo rd , Conn. H a rtfo rd , Conn. ew Yo rk, . Y. So uth Ora nge, N. J. H a rtford, Conn . Flu shing, N. Y . . A lb any , . Y . New York, N . Y. New Haven , Conn. Forest Hills, . Y . Seym our, Conn . Hartfo rd , Conn. Brecksville, Ohio H a rtford , Conn . Hartford , Co nn . Hartfo rd , Co nn . . B aJa, P a . . B aJa, P a. Broo kl y n, . Y . H a rtford , Co nn. W est H artford , Conn.

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Class Officers CHRISTMAS TERM

CHARLES

DANIEL

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KINGSTO , ]R.

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w. THOMSON

NATHANIEL

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CLARK

Secretary-Treasurer

TRI

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WILLIAM H. BENJAMIN

ATHANIEL

T.

J7 ice-President

CLARK

Secretary- Treasurer

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Freshmen WADSWORTH HAMILTON ALLY AHAN ANANIKIAN RoBERT MoRRIS ANDREws, ]R. WILLIAM JEROME ARNOLD ]AMES ELDRED BALDWIN, A~<P \VrLLIAM REINHOLTZ BAscH FREDERICK TAMIR BASHOUR DAviD IsAAC BAss HAROLD RAYMOND BAYLEY, ]R., A~<P CARROLL CHARLES BEACH, ]R., ~KE WILLIAM DENNISTOU BELL WILLIAM HoFFMAN BENJAMIN, ~\[1 WILLIAM GARDNER BERNDT LESTER HERBERT BERRY WARREN BENJAMIN BEZANSON CHARLES Ons BrERKA , ATK JOHN RAINFORTH BosE WrLLIAM McCAMPBELL BREMER, \}iT EDWARD JosEPH BREWER HYMAN HAROLD BRONSTEIN FREDERICK JoACHIM BuRFEINDT, AXP ORRIS SEVERNS BuRNSIDE, ~<P ALBERT CIVITTOLO ATHA IEL THAYER CLARK, ~\}i RAYMO D APPLETON CLARK LEONARD CoATES Con, ~ r HENRY FosTER CooK . EDGAR HENRY CRAIG, M<P . GEORGE ARTHUR CRITTENDEN, ]R., ~KE EDWARD JosEPH CROFTON, ]R. RoBERT ANTHONY CRONIN . RoBERT HuGHES DAuT, ~<P GRAHAM ALLING DAY, ~N GEORGE DEBONIS ALFRED BuRTON DixoN JoHN BLAND DoNLEY, ~KE . JoHN EDWARD DuNDI EDWARD CoNRAD ELY WILLIAM STRUTHERS Ewr G, ]R., ~N HARRY FERGUSON

Greenwood, Mass . Hartford, Conn. . Rahway, N. J. Waltham, Mass. Copley, Ohio Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. ew Britain, Conn. Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. Hartford, Conn. Amagansett, . Y. Garrison-on-Hudson, . Y. Fitchburg, Mass. Plainville, Conn . West Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. . Rahway, N. J. Detroit, Mich. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn . ew York, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Hartford, Conn . . Boston, Mass. Cambridge, Mass. Hartford, Conn. Bristol, Conn . Falmouth Heights, Mass . Detroit, Mich . Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Philadelphia, Pa. Hartford, Conn. Waterbury, Conn. ew Britain, Conn. ew York, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Southington, Conn. Hartford, Conn . Hartford, Conn .

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MAXIME CHARLES FIDAO, \Ji'I' JosEPH DEviNE FLYNN, ]R., t.\Ji RoBERT EowiN FowLER CHARLES FRITZSO ' t.<I> EDWIN GIBSON GALLAWAY, \Ji'I' WILLIAM RoTHWELL GEsKELL-HARVEY, t.<I> jAcoB DouGLAS GAY, ]R., t.\Ji DouGLAS JosEPH GLADWIN, ~N Loms JosiAH GLAUBMAN JoHN BERNARD GoDDARD BRYANT WHEELOCK GREEN, AXP MAX GREENBERG ALBERT WILLIAM HANNINEN, ~N WILLARD JoHN HARING, At.<I> HENRY EDWARD HARMS, AXP DAVID STEDMA HARRIS, \Ji'I' JoHN PENFIELD HoDGSON ALBERT EDWARD JoHN HoLLAND, t.\Ji KARL AuGusT HoLsT . RALPH BENSON HouLIHAN . REx ]AMES HowARD . WILLIAM WHITNEY jACKSON, AXP ]AMEs JoHN KENNEY . CHARLES THOMAS KINGSTON, ]R., t,\]i HAROLD FREDERICK KNAPP, t.KE RAYMOND NEILSON LIDDELL, At.<I> ANDREW GoRDoN MAGRAUTH, At.<I> RAYMOND MALLEY JoHN ANDREW MAsoN, t.\Ji . WILLIAM MARSHALL McCLINTOCK CHARLES BENSON McCLuRE, ]R., t.<I> JoHN CHANDLER MELVILLE JosEPH GRAFTON MERRIAM, \Ji'I' . JoHN ALEXANDER LADD MoNTGOMERY, t.<I> WILLIAM DALLON MooRE, t.<I> GEoRGE MuiR EDWARD NICHOLAS MuLLARKEY STEFAN FRANCIS MuziO, t.<I> WALTER AuGUST ELSON CHESTER FREDERICK NEWMAN ADRIAN HoLMES 0 DERDONK, ]R., At.<I> A DREW 0NDERDO K, At.<I> .

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Riverside, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Philadelphia, Pa. Greenwich, Conn. ew Haven, Conn. Pine Grove, Ky. Wethersfield, Conn. Hartford, Conn . Hartford, Conn. South Windsor, Conn. Hartford, Conn. . Chester, Mass. Beverly Hills, Calif. Savannah, Ga. Alden, Pa. Berlin, Conn. Brooklyn, . Y. Hartford, Conn. Bridgeport, Conn. West Hartford, Conn. Yonkers, N. Y. Hartford, Conn. Detroit, Mich. . Waban, Mass. ew York, N.Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. Terryville, Conn. . Boston, Mass. Hartford, Conn. West Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Marietta, Ohio . Boston , Mass. ew Haven, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford , Conn. Southington, Conn. East Hartford, Conn. St. James, Md . Balboa Heights, Canal Zone


Ea st Haddam, Conn. Rockville, Conn. Hartford , Conn. . Melrose, Conn . Kew Gardens, L. I. , N.Y . Warehouse Point, Conn. Weehawken , N. J. Hartford, Conn . Greenwich, Conn. Hartford, Conn . Philadelphia, Pa. Windsor, Conn. Hartford, Conn. ew York, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Waterbury, Conn. Rockport, Maine Centerville, Md. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Weehawken, N. J. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn . . Detroit, Mich. Hartford, Conn .

HENRY EusTACE PAGE FRANCIS ANTHONY REMKIEWIZ RAYMOND HowARD RosENFIELD FRANCIS HE RY RosTEK RoBERT FREDERIC ScHMOLZE, A6<I> CHARLES BRucE ScH EIDER RoBERT EMIL ScHULTZE RoBERT NEELANS ScHUSTER ARDEN SHAw, 'i[rT BENJAMIN MoRTON SHENKER STIRLING SAMPSON Sru, 6<l> GEORGE BowE SMILEY PHILIP JOHN SMITH SEYMOUR EWING SMITH, AXP THOMAS JosEPH SPELLACY . CHARLEs jAMES SuTHERLA D RICHARD INGRAHAM THOMAS, ~N WILLIAM THADDEUS THOMAS DANIEL WILLIAM THOMSON, AXP . CHARLES ALBERT TucKER, AXP GusTAV HENRY UHLIG, ]R., 6KE FRA K CEASAR URICCHIO, ATK ANTHONY CHARLES wARD, 6KE ]AMES BENSON WEBBER, ]R., ~\[r JoHN CHARLES WITHEY, ATK

Notice The IVY Board regrets that it was unable to obtain photographs of the following men:

1931 JosEPH 0' EILL KEATI G HERIBERTO RAMIREZ .

augatuck, Conn. Caracas, Venezuela

1932 East Hartford, Conn . Oakland, Calif. Hartford, Conn. Glastonbury, Conn.

ERNEST GRANT BALDWIN Do ALD ALLAN McPHERSON WALTER JoHN SmoR . RICHARD GoRDON WILLIAMS

[ 8s

n


Non-Matriculated Students Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Perth Amboy, N. J. Hartford, Conn. . Berlin, Conn. New Britain, Conn. Hartford, Conn. . New Britain, Conn. South Manchester, Conn. . Hartford, Conn. South Manch ester, Conn . East Hartford, Conn. Waterbury, Conn. Salt Lake City, Utah Hartford, Conn.

}AMES JosEPH ALBA I JoHN HERBERT BAKER FRANCIS HoLDE BAnou VERNON THEODORE BROWN THOMAS CHARLES CALLERY SAMUEL CHASE CoALE, }R. . GEORGE D AVID D ERADORIAN JoHN SuMNER ELLSWORTH DuRWARD HARRY GRAFE . SIGFRID EBENHARD GREEN . }ACK GRENFELL . JoHN HENRY KEMP . . RAYMOND ARTHUR MAcELROY ELLIOTT RussELL MAYO . WILLIAM SYLVESTER McCoRNICK WARREN FREDERICK REUBER

Graduate Students LAWRENCE CARL AMA N . . B.P.E. 1924 Springfield College. JosEPH BIENKOWSKI, W. H. Russell Fellow B.S. 1930. ICHOLAS DoM ENico D'EsoPo B.A. 1930. HAROLD WILLIAM GALE B.A. 1930. SAMUEL WrLLIAM GooorsoN . B.A. 1926 Syracuse University. HE RY GREENBAUM B.S. 1929. HARRY JoHN McKNIFF B.A. 1926. CLARENCE IRWIN OLL . . B.S. 1930 Lebanon Valley College. MAx VoEGLIN . . . . . . . . Ecole Superieure de Commerce, Lausanne, Switzerland .

Hartford, Conn. Torrington, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Meriden, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Palmyra, Pa . Basle, Switzerland

Summary 10 62 67 83 107 16

Graduate Students Seniors Juniors . Sophomores Freshmen . . . Non-Matriculated Stu dents

345 [ 86]


Optimi The grade ofOptimus is awarded at Trinity College to a student who has received a mark of "A" at every marking period throughout his entire college course. It is therefore the highest scholastic honor attainable. The following is a list of the graduates of Trinity College who received this distinction at the time of their graduation: SAMUEL HART,

'66

KARL PHILIP MoRBA,

GEoRGE OTis HoLBROOK£, Lucws W AT ERMA LEo

,

'69

BAYARD QUI

THAL,

WILLARD ScuDDER,

'73

EDMU

'85

HIRAM BENJAMIN LooMis, HERMANN LJLIE

MARSHALL BoWYER STEWART,

'71

ARD WooDs RicHARDSON,

'02

cY MoRGAN,

'05

D SAMUEL CARR,

ALLEN NoRTHEY JoNEs,

CLIFFORD STANDISH GRISWOLD,

'90

'99

EvALD LAURIDE SKAU,

WILLIAM PERRY BENTLEY,

'02

WILLIAM jAMES CAHILL,

'02j

GEoRGE KoLODNY,

'11

'17

ABRAHAM MEYER SiLVERMAN,

HAROLD LooMIS CLEASBY,

'18

'19 '20

'20 '24

soN THEODORE McCooK,

'02

WHEELER HAWLEY,

EDMUND SAWYER MERRIAM,

'02

}AMES MICHAEL CAHILL,

A

'11

GusTAV ALEXA DER FEINGOLD,

'89

EDWARD HENRY LoRENZ,

'04

JoHN H owA RD RosENBAUGH,

'86

'02

'27

1930 Class Day OFFICERS JoHN S. BisSELL

Chairman

]. RoNALD REGNIER

Historian

L.

DouBLIER

Statistician

WILLIAM B. GARDNER

Poet

MARCEL

Presenter

NoRMAN W. DE sCHAMPS

J.

DELPHIS GAUTHIER

Prophet

JoHN F. IsHERWOOD •

Marshal

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FRHaeRDIGISS


Roll of Fraternities Established 1850

EPsiLON CHAPTER oF DELTA Psr

PHI KAPPA CHAPTER OF ALPHA DELTA PHI

0

Established 1877

ALPHA CHI CHAPTER OF D ELTA KAPPA EPSILON

Established 1879

BETA BETA CHAPTER oF Psr UPsiLO

Established 1880

0

PHI Psi CHAPTER, OF ALPHA CHI RHo

SIGMA CHAPTER OF DELTA PHI

DELTA CHI CHAPTER OF SIGMA

0

Founded 1895

Established 1917

0

Nu

Established 1918

LOCAL FRATERNITY OF ALPHA TAU KAPPA

[ 89

n

0

Founded 1919


1'110 1\t AS, 'N. CLAilK, GAY, HO LLAND, BEN jAl\H~ , \VE B BEH M ELOY, WTU GRT , REY NO LDS, MASO X , AN DR US, F' LYNK, KJ NGSTOX GIBSON, l3 URKE, HALL, BRTTTON , HO LM ES, R . CLA HK

Epsilon Chapter of Delta Psi Founded at New York University and Columbia College in 18-!7

1931 RALPH DELAPLAINE BRITTON

DENTON DuNN HALL

1932 DA

IEL SYLVESTER ANDRus

JoHN STUART EDMOND BuRKE

RAYMOND APPLETON CLARK

RICHARD CRABILL MELOY

WILLIAM McKE

CusHMA

EY GIBSON

CARR!

GTO N REY

OLD S

MARCELLUS DoRsEY WRI GHT

1933 RoBERT VICKERY HoLMES

1934 WILLIAM HoFFMAN BENJAMIN JosEPH DEVINE FLYNN,

NATHANIEL THAYER CLARK

]R.

]ACOB DouGLAS GAY, ]R.

ALBERT EDWARD joHN HoLLAND

CHARLES THOMAS KINGSTON, ]R.

JoHN ANDREW MAsoN

]AMES BENSON WEBBER, ]R.

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LIDDELL, MAGRAUTH, A. ONDERDONK, A. H. ONDERDONK, CRAIG, BALDWIN, BAYLEY, R. SCHMOLZE PAIGE, MARKS, L. WADLOW, SLOSSON, NUGENT, HARING, BOCKWINKEL, JAHNKE, JO ES, T. WADLOW FUNSTON, PHIPPEN, SCAIFE, PRO~' . PERKINS, H. SCHMOLZE, HIGGINS, MITCHELL, WHITE, BURGESS

Phi Kappa Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi Founded at Hamilton College in 1832 F acuity 111ember HENRY AuGusTus PERKINS

1931 AMBROSE STEVENS HIGGINS

LAURISTON LIVINGSTO

ScAIFE

HowARD CEciL ScHMOLZE

HENRY REES MITCHELL

1932 THOMAS BURGESS,

]R.

HENRY OsGoOD PHIPPEN,

GEORGE KEITH F

NSTON

RICHARD LAWRENCE SLOSSON,

]R.

DAVID LINDEN WHITE

1933

]R.

GEoRGE HENRY BocKWINKEL, ]R.

LEWIS ALEXANDER WADLOW, ]R .

]M!ES GRIER MARKS,

THADDEus CuLVER joNES

LEONARD PAUL ]AHNKE

PoTIER BRooKs PAIGE

CHARLES FRANCIS

J UGENT, ]R.

THOMAS SMITH WADLOW

193+

]R.

]AMES ELDRED BALDWIN

ADRIAN HoLMES ONDERDONK,

EDGAR HENRY CRAIG

HAROLD RAYMOND BAYLEY, ]R.

ANDREW 0NDERDO K

RAYMO D

WILLARD JoHN HARING

RoBERT FREDERICK ScHMOLZE

EILSON LIDDELL

[ 93]

ANDREW GoRDoN MAGRAUTH

]R.


U H L IG, SCIIIJ TER, WARD, DONLEY C RITTENDEN, BEACH, !UiAPP, SCHULTZE FUBMAN, S~ I YTHE, MA C VEAGH, WARWICK, COLES, FARHAR, SMITH, HENDERSON, ARMSTRONG FOSS, EDDY, TOBIN, DOOLITTLE, LJONGQUIST, WATERMAN, ~IC KEE, GARRISON

Alpha Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon Founded at Yale University in 1844

1931 H oRACE ] AMES D ooLITTLE jAMEs GoLDEN ToBIN

EDWA R D WILLARD L j ONGQUIST RoBERT P ALMER WATE RMAN

1932 WILLIAM JusTus EDDY

H ALSEY HENDERSON Foss

MARCUS LEV I GARRISON

THEOPHILUS JoH

JoH

jAMES CHALMERS WARWICK, ]R .

ANTON MAcVEAGH, ]R.

McKEE, ]R.

1933 wALKER BRECK! RoBERT CLOUDMA

RIDGE ARMSTRO

G

FARRAR

BARAK GRITMAN CoLEs, ]R. ]AMES MAcDouGALL HENDERSON MILTON LITTLEFIELD SMYTHE

RoBERT CLosE SM ITH

1934 CARROLL CHARLES BEACH, ]R.

GEORGE ARTHUR CRITTENDEN, ]R.

JoHN BLAND DoNLEY

HAROLD FREDERICK KNAPP

GusTAv HENRY UHLIG, ]R.

ANTHO y CHARLES wARD

rr 9s n


HARRIS, GRA INGER, MERRIAM, GAL LAWAY, BREMER, F!DAO, SHAW ORVELL, BELL, HALL, FERGUSON, BERNDT, BOEGER, GRAHAM, MARTINI, EICHACKER U LLMAN , LAWTON, WYCKOFF, BLAKESLEE, MEEKER, MCCOOK, JACOBSON , ROOTS, WATT

Beta Beta Chapter of Psi U psilon Founded at Union College in 1833 193 1 NEWTON VAN AKIN BLAKESLEE

SHELDON RooTs

jOHN BALDWIN MEEKER

DANIEL BuTLER McCooK

CHARLES EDWARD jACOBSON , ]R .

GREGORY jEROME WYCKOFF

WILLIAM ARTHUR BoEGER, ]R .

RICHARD EDWARD MARTINI

EDWARD HoRNE LAWTON

WILLIAM SAVILLE GRAINGER

OswALD BALBIRNIE GRAHAM

ALEXANDER SANDERS WATT

HERBERT Orro BELL

WINSTON HALL

1932

1933 WILLIAM CAMERON

1o RVELL

RICHARD ]EAN PIERRE EicHACKER

1934 WILLIAM McCAMPBELL BREMER

JosEPH GRAFTON MERR I AM

DAVID STEDMAN HARRIS

EDWIN GIBSON GALLAWAY

MAXIME CHARLES FIDAO

ARDEN SHAW

[ 97]


JACKSO

, BJARKMAN, RICHARDSON, TRACY, THOMPSON, HARMS, B

RFEINDT, GREEN

MUENCHINGER, CHRISTY, REUTER, PERRY, ARNOLD, LEO, PRJOR, HUBINGER, LAWLISS BJORKLUND, Gln'IN, MANNWEILER, NEWBURY, TWADDLE, I SHERWOOD, WELJVAR, CAMPBELL, ANDERSON

Phi Psi Chapter of Alpha Chi Rho Founded at Trinity College in 1895 1931 WILLIAM ANDREW BJORKLUND

GRAHAM CYRENUS

JoHN FLEET IsHERWOOD

LEWIS ALBEE GIFFIN

EWBURY

PAuL HoLMEs TwADDLE WiLLIAM MERVINE WELIVAR'

GEORGE EDWARD MANNWEILER

1932 ARTHUR ALEXANDER ARNOLD

CHARLES LEsLIE MuENCHINGER

HARRIS KIN G PRIOR

RALPH SMITH CHRISTY

HuG H STEWART CAMPBELL

GERALD THOMA S REUTER

ALFRED PALMORE HARRISON

1933 CLARENCE KRISS ANDERSON

BERNHARD HuBERT PERRY

GEORGE CARL RICHARDSON

NicHOLAS WiLLIAM HuBINGER

RoBERT BJARKMAN

joHN GooDWIN TRAcY

JoHN PATRICK LEo, ]R.

1934 FREDERICK JoACHIM BuRFEJNDT

DANIEL 'WILLIAM THOMSON

CHARLES ALBERT TucKER

HENRY EDWARD HARM S

BRYANT WHEELOCK GREEN

SEYMOUR EWING SMITH

WiLLIAM WHITNEY JACKSON


MCCLURE, SMITH, BURNSIDE, BOYD, FRIT'lSON, SILL, MOORE, DEVOE, MONTGOMERY GASKELL-HARVEY, MUZIO, DAUT MELVILLE, ABBOT'r, OXFORD, SCOTI, DANN, PAIGE, WIERK, LAKE, SISBOWER, ORMAN, STUMPF, COYLE GOODING, MATillASEN, MULLER, GUCKENBUEHLER, DIMAN, REV. ADAM S, BLA U VELT, GLYNN , L THER

Sigma Chapter of Delta Phi Founded at Union College in 1827 FACULTY MEMBER REVEREND ARTHUR ADAMS

1931 GEORGE LAWRENCE BLAUVELT

HARVEY MATHIASEN

JuLIAN JoHN GLYNN

EzRA SAMPSON .DIMAN,

]AcK Goo01

III

G

ARTHUR VAN RENSSELAER LUTHER RoBERT OTTo MuLLER

WM. DANIEL GucKENBUEHLER

1932 NATHANIEL BLANCHARD ABBOTT FREDERICK GusTAV

H.

GEI G ER

HERBERT GEORGE NoRMAN

THOMAS RoBERT STUMPF

CHARLES HARRIMAN SMITH

HARVEY DANN

FREDERICK BERNARD WIERK

RoBERT WENTZ LAKE

RoBERT VINCENT Yo NG

1933 PHILIP EDWARD CoYLE,

]R.

STEFAN FRANCIS Muzio

HARRY ]AMES OxFORD

WILLIAM WALLACE SJSBOWER

WILLIAM FRA

MALCOLM ScoTT

KLIN DEVOE

EDWARD SWITS PAIGE

1934 ORRIN SEvER s BuRNSIDE

WrLLIAM DALLON MooRE

WM. RoTHWELL GASKELL-HARVEY

CHARLES FRITZON

RoBERT HuGHES DAUT

JoHN ALEXANDER

CHARLES BEN so

L.

MoNTGOMERY

STIRLING SAMPSON SILL

McCLURE, JR .

[ 101]


SLATER, DACEY, BEZANSO CO

, THOMAS, C

LLEN, GLADWI

, COlT, EWING

VEY, BECKER, OUELLETTE, CARLTON, MEIER, DUKSA, DAY, CHRISTENSE

, BIRCH, HANNINEN

GLEDHILL, SHARKEY BACKSTROM, FONTA

A, DUNBAR, DURAND, FLEMING, MACKIE, DISCO, ADAMS, CHILDS

Delta Chi Chapter of Sigma Nu Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869 1931 JoHN FARNSWORTH CHILDS

CLARENCE GLEASON MILLER

EuGENE ADDISON D

WALTER HERBERT DuNBAR

RAND

GEORGE ALBERT MACKIE

JosEPH FRANCIS FLEMING, JR . ALAN BREED JosEPH JoHN FoNTANA

1932 RAYMOND KELLY ADAMS

EvERE"IT SHIRLEY GLEDHiLL

HAROLD DAVID Dtsco

WiLLIAM ALBERT CARLTON

VtcTOR JosEPH OuELLETrE

ALLEN ScoTT MEIER

Joa

GEoRGE MoNTGOMERY SLATE

WARREN RICHARD DACEY

ELMER BACKSTROM

THOMAS WrLLIAM CoNVEY, ]R.

1933 WILLIAM HENRY ANDRULAT

WALTER JosEPH DuKsA

THOMAS BRANDON CAREY

KENNETH EVANS BIRCH

WALTER MARTI

]AMES REscoTT C o LLEN

BECKER

PAUL MARTIN CHRISTENSEN

]AMES ]ACK SHARKEY

1934 GRAHAM ALLING DAY

ALBERT \VtLLIAM HANNINEN

Do

WiLLIAM STRUTHERS EWIN G, jR .

LEONARD CoATES Corr

RICHARD INGRAHAM THOMAS

[ 103 ]

G LAS Jos E PH GLADWIN


URICCHIO, COLEMAN, COTTER, BIERKAN, ALBANI, ZAZZARO, WITHEY TRACY, KEATING, SHEEHAN, R. FORASTIERE, SAYERS

The Local Fraternity of A lpha T au Kappa Founded in 1919 1931 ANTHO

RoGER JosEPH FoRASTIERE

Y jEROME FoRASTIERE

WILFRED JosEPH SHEEHAN

JosEPH O'NEILL KEATING JoHN JosEPH TRACY

1932 EDWARD VALENTINE SAYERS

JoHN PHILIP CoLEMAN MICHAEL JOHN ZAZZARO

1933 JoHN PATRICK CoTTER

FRANKLIN CAESAR URICCHIO

1934 ]AMES JosEPH ALBAN!

CHARLES Ons BIERKAN JoHN CHARLES WITHEY

[ 105 ]


Phi Beta Kappa BETA OF CO NECTICUT Chartered in 1845

OFFICERS WILLIAM AcuR BEARDSLEY, D.O.

President

REvEREND FRANCIS BANKS WHITCOMB

Vice-President

ARTHUR ADAMS, PH.D. .

Secretary

ANSON THEODORE McCooK, B.A., LL.B. .

Treasurer

MEMBERS ELECTED I

1930

RoGER JosEPH FoRASTIERE

LEwis ALBEE GIFFIN

CHARLES EDWARD jACOBSON, jR.

WILLIAM LEWIS WALLBANK

[ 106]


ORGHDIZBGIODS


WATE R MA

, HALL

SCAIFE, MCCOO K , WET

STE I

, TWADDLE

The Senate D AN I EL P AUL

B.

H.

President

McCooK

Treasurer

TwADDLE.

LAU R ISTON

L.

Secretary

ScAIFE

EzRA S. DIMAN,

Ill

DENTON D . HALL

RoBERT P. WATER 1A

ARTHUR D . WEI

[ 107 ]

STE I N


GUCKE BUEHLER, ISHERWOOD HIGGINS, DURAND, MCCOOK

Senior Honorary Society E stablished in 1893 THE MEDUSA WILLIAM D. GucKENBUEHLER

EuGENE A. DuRAND

AMBROSE

s. HIGGINS

JoHN

DA

IEL

B. McCooK

[ 1o8

n

F.

IsHERWOOD


STUMPF, MUENCHINGER, PRIOR, MCKEE, BURKE FUNSTON, MEIER, ABBOTT, NORMAN, ADAMS, PHIPPEN

Sophomore Dining Club Founded by the Class of '99 on February 15, 1897 1932 HERBERT G.

DELEGATIO!

. Chairman

ORMA

RAYMOND K. ADAMS

ATHANIEL B. ABBOTT JoHN E. S. BuRKE

G . KEITH FuNsToN

FRIEDRICH G. GEIGER

T. JoHN McKEE

ALLEN

s. MEIER

C.

HENRY

0.

HARRIS K. PRIOR

PHIPPEN, ]R.

THoMAs RoBERT STUMPF

LESLIE MuENCHINGER

JAMES

[ 109]

c.

WARWICK, J!t.


i~

19 :•

t!.

:-"-CS~

-

REUTER, EDDY, BOEGER, SCHMOLZE REYNOLDS, WATERMAN. MEEKER, HALL, GIBSO

The Honorary Fraternity of Kappa Beta Phi FACULTY MEMBERS THURMAN LossoN HooD

RoGER HE

wooD MoTTEN

1931 RALPH D. BRITTON

jAcK GooDING

DENTON D. HALL

AMBROSE

ARTHUR

HARVEY MATHIASEN

v_ LuTHER

JoHN B. MEEKER

LAURISTO

HowARD E . ScHMOLZE

RoBERT

H.

L

ScAIFE

WATERMAN

WILLIAM A. BoEGER, ]R -

HAROLD D. DISCO HALSEY

P.

1932

w_ BRECKINR!DGE ARMSTRoNG WILLIAM

s. HIGGINS

W. JusTus EDDY

Foss

WILLIAM McK. GIBSON

s. GRAINGER

GERALD T. REUTER CusHMAN

C.

REYNOLDS

[ 110

ll


~6

19 ..

ta~'

"=H

.JtUV

-

ULLMA , ORMAN, WARWICK, CAMPBELL, ADAMS FU STON, KIBITZ, BOEGER, BURKE, ZAZZARO

The Junior Promenade Held in Alumni Hall , Friday, January 30, 1931

JU

lOR PROM COMMITTEE

WILLIAM ARTHUR BoEGER,

RAYMOND HuGH

S.

K.

]R.

. Chairman

ADAMS

joHN E.

G.

CAMPBELL

S. B uRKE

KEITH FuNsToN

WILLIAM KIBITZ

HERBERT

CHESTER ULLMAN

]AMES MICHAEL

J. ZAZZARO

[ 111

n

G.

NoRMAN

c. WARWICK


BUTLER, HOLMES, SHARKEY EICHACKER, HENDERSO

, FURMAN, LEO

The Sophomore Hop Held in Alumni Hall, Friday,

ovember 21, 1930

SOPHOMORE HOP COMMITTEE

. Chairman

WILLIAM CoDY FuRMAN

JoiiN P. CoTTER

JoHN F. BuTLER RICHARD RoBERT

J.

V.

M.

EICHACKER

]AMES

HENDERSON

HoLMES

JoHN P. LEo , ]R. EDWARDs. PAIGE

P. BROOKS PAIGE

J.

jACK SHARKEY

[ 112]


ABBOTT, DIMAN, TWADDLE HENDERSO , WIERK NORVELL, KIBITZ, :'11ERRITT, WELIVAR. HUB! NGE R

The Chapel Choir Organist and Choirmaster

ARTHUR TILLMAN MERRITT, B.A.

Assistant Organist

WILLIAM KIBITZ

F irst Tenors EzRA S. DrMAN,

III

]AMES M. HE

DERSON

STEFAN F. Muzro

Second Tenors NICHOLAS

w.

WILLIAM

HUBJNGER

c.

ORVELL

First Ba55es WILLIAM M. WELIVAR

PAUL H. TWADDLE

Second Basses FREDERICK B. WIERK

NATHANIEL B. ABBOTT

[ 113}


STUMPF, WARWICK, GIBSON, BRITTON, BURKE WATERMA , MCCOOK, SCAIFE, HALL, MEEKER

The German Club Founded LAURISTON LrvrNcsTo

1895 President

ScAIFE

MEMBERS RALPH

D.

BRITTON

EzRA S. DIMAN,

joHN E. BuRKE

III

HALSEY H. Foss

WILLIAM M. GIBSON

DENTON D. HALL

DANIEL B . McCooK

joHN B. MEEKER

THOMAS R. STUMPF

]AMES RoBERT

P.

WATERMAN

rr 114 n

c.

WARWICK,

]R.


KATZ, WYCKOFF, PLUTZIK, DANN, MACKIE, GIBSON, REYNOLDS, MELOY, SHARKEY, GLASSMA G CKENBUEHLER, MCCOOK, LAWTON, HALL, MUENCH I GER, S LOSSON, ABBOTT

The Trinity Tripod Established-190-l

Reorganized-1 930 Editor-in-C/tie; Managing Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager A ssistant .rl dvertising Manager Circulation Manager

C. LESL I E M UENCHINGER CusHMAN C. REYNOLDS R ICHARD

L.

SLOSSON

R ICHARD

c.

MELOY .

]AMES G. MARKS, Jn. EDWIN H . LAWTON

.

Reportorial Board WILLARD]. HARIN G

ALBERT E. HoLLAND

jOSEPH D. FLYNN, ]R. HAROLD R. BAYLEY, ]R.

GRAHAM A. DAY

Editorial Board

w.

G . jEROME WYCKOFF

HARVEY DANN

KENNETH

HYMAN PLUTZIK

NATHAN S. GLASSMAN

VVILLIAM W. SISBOWER

GRAHAM

Ex-Officio Staff DANIEL

B.

Editor-in-Chief Editor-in-Chi4 Business 111 anager Circulation Manager

McCooK.

DENTON D. HALL H. REES MITCH ELL RoBERT

0.

MuLLER

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The Glee Club NDER the direction of Professor A. Tillman Merritt, who bega hi s duties last fall as head of the new Music Department, the Trinity Glee Club completed a successful season after appearing for the first time in history in the Intercollegiate Glee Club Contest, and later rendering three public concerts, all of which were well received in Hartford. The work of the chorus showed marked improvement over that of former seasons, as the club effectively interpreted a well chosen repertoire of classical and modern compositions. At the sixth annual Intercollegiate Contest held by the ew England College Glee Club Association last February, in the Bushnell Memorial, Trinity placed fourth, scoring but one point and a half behind Amherst, which took third place. Paul Holmes Twaddle, '31, of Rocky Hill, who was chosen student conductor for the occasion, directed the concert numbers, which included the Latin hymn, "Ad Trinitatem Sanctam" by Paul Parsons, and the prize song, rendered by each club, "Feating I Watch," by Edward Elgar. According to the announcement of the judges, headed by Mr. Ralph L. Baldwin of Hartford, chairman, the Williams Club won first place, with Wesleyan a close second. Among the other colleges which were represented with Trinity were: Worcester Tech, Bowdoin, Massachusetts Tech, Boston University, the University of Vermont, Clarke University, and Middlebury College. Following the Intercollegiate Contest, the Glee Club gave its first college concert on Saturday evening, March 21st, in Alumni Hall before a large and enthusiastic audience. The program , which included the compositions of the classical masters, as well as traditional folk-songs and modern works, was divided into five parts, three of which were rendered by the chorus. The club was assisted by William M. Welivar, '3 1, of Williamsport, Penn., who rendered two 'cello solos, "Sarabande," composed by Carl Bohm, and the "Herbstblume," by Popper. Thomas E. McDermott, '33, of Hartford , pianist, who accompanied the club, played two selections, .the "Arabesque" of Debussy and "Gnomenreigen" by Franz Liszt. The selections of both assisting artists were well interpreted, showing good artistic ability. The program opened with a group of classical melodies by the Glee Club, and included "Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee," and "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," by Bach , "Adoram us Te," by Palestrina, and "Lo, How a Rose," by Praetorius. The remaining song groups included "The Agincourt Song," arranged by Willan, "In Silent Night," by Brahms, "The Galwey Piper," and "Bonnie Dundee," two traditional Scotch folk-songs arranged by Davisson. At the request of the Young Men's Christian Association of Hartford, the Glee Club participated in the annual meeting of the Christian World Relations Committee held at the Bushnell Memorial on the evening of March 26th. Following the speeches of His Excellency Chao Chu Wu, Chinese ambassador to the United States, and the Hon. Wilbur L. Cross, Governor of Connecticut, the Glee Club rendered a group of selected songs from the program of the earl ier concert in Alumni Hall. The final concert of the year was presented on the following evening at Station WTIC, of the Travelers Insurance Company. This was the first time that the club had broadcasted over the radio, and Professor Merritt expressed his satisfaction over the resul ting program. The chorus was again assisted by \Velivar, 'cellist, and McDermott at the pi ano .

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SMITH, HARR IS, R . SCHMOLZE, BALDWIN, WARWICK, CLARK, NUGENT. MAC ELROY, FLYNN, GLASSMAN MUZ IO, MCDERMOTT, NORVELL, HUBINGER, RICHARDSON, MAC VEACH, PRIOR, TWADDLE, HENDERSON, CREE E, WYCKOFF SLOSSON, HI GGINS . GARRISO , ABBOTT, LJONQUIST, H. SCHMOLZE, MELOY. ANDRUS, ~IC COOK

The Glee Club President Librarian Business ll1anager Student Conductor

EDWARD WILLARD LJONQUIST NAT HAN ! EL BLANCHARD ABBOTT H owARD EDGERTON CECIL ScHMOLZE PAUL H oLMES TwADDLE

First Tenors

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NATHANIEL T. CLARK ]oH A. MAcVEAGH, ]R.

HOWAD E. SCHMOLZE ]AMES A. HENDERS ON

]AMES E. BALDWIN AMBROSE S. HIGGI s

EDWARD LJONQUIST EUGENE M. GAI'E ICHOLAS W. HUB! GER

Jo sE PH D . FLYNN, ]R. RICHARD C. MELOY GEORGE C. RICHARDSON

RICHARD NATHAN

NATHANIEL B. ABB OTT MARCUS L. GARRIS ON

GEORGE W. LEE DANI ELS. ANDRUS EDWIN]. GREENE

STEFAN F. Muzio ]AMES C. WARWICK, ]R.

Seco11d Tenors

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WILLIAM C. NoRVELL j ULIUS SMITH

First Basses

L.

SLOSSON, JR.

s. GLASSMAN

HARRIS K. PRIOR R oBERT F. ScHMOLZE PAUL H. TWADDLE

Second Basses

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CHARLES F. GENT, JR. GREGORY]. WYCKOFF


PHIPPE , ADAMS, DUNBAR, COOKSON MCKEE, WEINSTEIN, DURAND, FUNSTON, HIGGINS, MUENCHINGER, CAMPBELL NEWBURY, MELOY, H. SCHMOLZE, ISHERWOOD, PROF . HUMPHREY, VOGEL, WELJVAR

The Political Science Club joHN FLEET IsHERwooD HowARD EDGERTON ScHMOLZE MoRRIS VoGEL PRoFEssoR EDWARD FRANK HuMPHREY

President f/ ice-President Secretary- Treasurer . Faculty Adviser

MEMBERS

s. HIGGINS

RAYMOND K. ADAMS

SHELDON RooTs

AMBROSE

WILBERT A. BjORKLU D

ARTHUR D. WEINSTEIN

RoBERT W. LAKE

HuGHS. CAMPBELL

WILLIAM M. WELJVAR

T.

RALPH S. CHRISTY

WALTER H. DuNBAR

RoBERT

G. KEITH FuNSTON

RAYMO

D

L.

BIALICK

JoHN McKEE

HE RY

0. MuLLER 0. PHIPPE ']R.

WILLARD ]. HARRING

joHN E. BuRKE

RoBERT F. ScHMOLZE

GEORGE E. MANWEILER

MILTO

M. DoREY WRIGHT

RICHARD

c.

MELOY

.G. CYRENUS NEWBURY

A. CooKsoN

JosEPH F. FLEMING, ]R .

EuGE

jAcK GooDING

C. LEsLIE MuENCHINGER

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ZEZZARO, DISCO, WARWICK, FU STON, GIBSON, LJONQUIST, WATT DURA D, SCHMOLZE, MEEKER ISHERWOOD, HALL, CAMPBELL

The Interfraternity Council President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer

JoHN BALDWI N MEEKER. JoHN FLEET I s H E RwooD HowARD EDGERTON ScHMOLZE

Senior Delegates EzRA S. OrMA N,

III

JosEPH F. FLEMI G, ]R.

D. HALL 0. KEATING

DENTON

JoHN F. I s HERWOOD

JosEPH

EDWARD

JoHN B. MEEKER

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Lj ONQU JST

HowARD E. C. ScHMOLZE

J u nior Delegates HuGHS. CAMPB E LL

G. KEITH FuNsTo

WILLIAM M. GIBSON

ALLEN

HERBERT G.

]AMES

ALEXANDER

ORMAN, ]R .

s. w ATT

s. MEIER

c.

WARW I CK, ]R.

M ICHAEL ]. ZAZZARO

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F

OR the greater part of the Christmas term The Jesters engaged in the work of general reorganization, which included the complete revision of the constitution of the society. This work not only made administration easier, but allows for a wider range of achievement within the organization itself; Senior membership in the society may now be awarded for work in staging, and on scenic effects, as well as in acting, and in business administration. The Jesters sponsored the production of the Jitney Players, of South Manchester, Conn., who appeared in Alumni Hall on October 30th, in "The Duenna," by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, before a small but appreciative audience. This marked the third appearance of the traveling actors, who traverse the entire East, reviving many of the dramas of the age of Garrick and Drury Lane Theater. In its sponsoring of such organizations, The Jesters not only makes it possible for the undergraduates to appreciate the drama, but it encourages the work of small dramatic groups. Such events are in direct line with the purpose of the organization. Members of the Jesters were allowed the privilege of appearing as "supers" in the Metropolitan Opera Company's production of "Tosca" at the Bushnell Memorial, November 25, 1930. It was an experience worth recording, because the famous Maria Jeritza sang the title role, and so intimate a glimpse of the star behind scenes and on stage is seldom afforded. At the performances of the Ben Greet Players held on January 6th, at the Bushnell Memorial under the auspices of Trinity College, several members of The Jesters acted as ushers at the afternoon production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth," and at the evening presentation of "Everyman," a mediaeval morality play. After the evening performance, The Jesters were given the honor of acting as host to Sir Philip and his players at an informal supper held at the Delta Phi House. Toward the end of the fall term, plans were made for a Jesters' production, and careful consideration was given to choosing a play so that adequate interpretation of female roles could be made by men from the student body. A committee composed of Messrs. Lauriston L. Scaife, '31, Denton D. Hall, '31, and J. Jack Sharkey, '33, was chosen to select a suitable play to be produced in the following spring. With the consent of all concerned, "The Pigeon," by . John Galsworthy, was chosen. Under the administration of William D. Guckenbuehler, president of The Jesters last term, tentative plans were drawn up for trials for the cast, but the final trials were held late in March under the auspices of athaniel B. Abbott, of Hartsdale, . Y., who assumed the position of president shortly after mid-year examinations. The services of Mr. Robert Beyers, formerly coach of Dramatics at Hobart College in Geneva, New York, were secured for coaching the players, and a committee composed of Messrs. Beyers, Abbott, Hall and 路Guckenbuehler, were appointed to judge the trials for the cast. A large group of able candidates appeared for the trials, and is an indication of a revived interest in dramatics to note that of six major parts in the plot, three have been a warded to new men in the society. The final date for the play has been set for May 16th, and the production will .be presented in Alumni Hall, following the anilual Senior BaiL [ 120]


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CHINGER

The Jesters l~ATHANIEL BLAN CHARD ABBOTT

President Stage Manager Business Manager

HENRY REES MITCHELL THOMAS RoBERT STu 1PF

Senior J esterJ NATHA

lEL B. ABBOTT

WrLLIAM D. GucKENBUEHLER

DE TON D. HALL

joHN

H.

C.

REES MITCHELL

LAURISTON

L.

ScAIFE

F.

IsHERWOOD

LESLIE MuENCHINGER

THOMAS R. STUMPF PAUL H. TwADDLE

J unior J esters EzRA S. DIMAN , III RICHARD

J.

c.

joHN

MELOY

A.

MAcVEAGH, jR.

EDWARD SELTZER

jACK SHARKEY

WILLIAM

jAMES G. TOBI N

jAMES

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SISBOWER

WARWICK , jR.

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BALDWIN, LAUBI HALL, EDDY, LAWTON, MITCHELL

The Rifle Club President

WILLIAM JusTus EoDY

Secretary- Treasurer

EDWIN HoRNE LAWTON

MEMBERS

The Team CLARENCE

w.

Captain

LAUBIN

W. JusTus EDDY

ERNEST G. BALDWIN

EDWIN H. LAWTO

H. REES MITCHELL

HoRAcE

J.

DooLITTLE

WINSTON HALL

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RICHARD

J.

GEORGE

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EICHACKER LEE


B~hL€aiOB


CAMPION, B l ALECK, J ONES, GIBSON, GEIGER, WRIGHT, BURKE, HALL MARTINI, CH RISTY, CARLETON, ADAMS, BIRCH, FUNSTON, PHIPPEN, FONTANA, MEIER SCHMOLZE, BLAUVELT, MACKIE, DURA D, WEINSTEI , FLEMI G, WELIVAR, DISCO

The Varsity Club Established in 1927 Presidents EuGENE A. DuRAND,

'31

ARTHUR D. WEINSTEIN,

WEARERS OF THE ADAMS,

'32 '32

ARNOLD,

'33 '33 BIRCH, '33 BLAuvELT, '31 BRITTON, '31 BuRKE, '32 ARMSTRONG, BIALECK,

'32 '33 CARLETON, '32 CHILDS, '31 CHRISTY, '32 B. CoLEs, '33 Disco, '32 FLEMI G, '31

"T"

'31 '32 GEIGER, '32 GIBSO , '32 HALL, '31 T. joNEs, '33 MACKIE, '31 MARTI I, '31

BuRGEss,

FoNTANA,

CAMPION,

FuNsToN,

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'32 '32 ScHMOLZE, '31 SPRAY, '32 L. WADLOW, '33 VVELIVAR, '31 WRIGHT , '32 MEIER,

PHIPPEN,


Photo by Ogden, Hartford

Varsity Football Captains EuGENE

A.

DuRAND ,

'31

ARTHUR D. WEINSTEIN,

'31

Coaches WILLIAM

J.

GALVIN HARRY HERBERT

DAVID HAYES HowARD E. C. ScHMOLZE,

Manager

'31 THE TEAM

L eft End Left Tackle MEIER, Left Guard CAMPION, Center

R ight Guard Right Tackle L. WADLOW, R ight End

GEIGER,

MAcKIE,

WEINSTEIN ,

DuRAND ,

Quarterback R ight Halfback BIALECK, L eft Halfback FoNTA 'A, F1tllback PHIPPEN,

Disco,

Substitutes BocKWINKEL,

T.

SPRAY,

BuRGESS,

L eft End Left Guard

Right Guard R ight Tackle ARMSTRONG, L eft Halfback JONES,

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BRITTON,

B.

Fullback Center

CoLES,


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Photo by Ogden, H artford THE WESLEYAN GAME

Football t\ F_TER three weeks of steady practice on the gridiron un.der Coach "Bill" Galvin, former f i Yale linesman, assisted by " D ave" Hayes and Harry Herbert, the 1930 Trinity football team led by co-captains Eugene A. Durand and Arthur D. Weinstein, opened the season with a 27 to 7 victory over New York Aggies, on the Trinity Field. At no time during the contest did the Blue and Gold show up well in line play, as the backfield took the greater part of the glory. The Aggies' offense was weak, and it was not until Coach Galvin put in the reserves in the third quarter, that the visitors scored their only touchdown. The Blue and Gold scored early in the first quarter, when Fontana carried the ball over twice after two fifty-yard runs down the field. Armstrong's brilliant broken-field runs, and Ray Bialeck's spectacular score on an intercepted pass were the features of the last period. Nelson and Pelaez starred for the New Yorkers-Pelaez in his twisting runs in scrimmage,"and elson in his strong line plunging and defensive work. Weakened by the absence of Weinstein and Durand, who sustained injuries in the Aggie contest, the varsity met disaster at the hands of Worcester Tech, on the latter's home field, by a final score of 19 to 6 . The Tech men rolled up three touchdowns in the first half of the game, as Putnam, the flashy quarterback, carried the ball across the goal line on passes, and Asp, the Tech halfback, also scored. The Blue and Gold rallied in the last half, and Fontana scored the only touchdown on a short pass from Phippen, after a series of advances to the 18-yard line. The Trinity rally ended with the injury of Phippen, who was forced to leave the field in the last quarter. Defeat was du e largely to the weakness of the varsity line, as few of the men, with the exception of Bockwinkel and Armstrong, showed up as well as in the Aggie game. The work of Phippen and Fontana in the backfield was outstanding. With a revamped lineup, the thriller of the season came when Coach Galvin's varsity triumphed over the Conn. Aggie eleven on the Gardner Dow Field, at Storrs, in one of the most spectacular contests in the history of Trinity football. The regulars piled up 16 points [ 125 ]

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to the Aggies' 6 before the final whistle called short one of the hardest battles ever fought on the Storrs gridiron. The Trinity scoring began when "Hank" Phippen, who star路ed the game with a stiff ankle from the Worcester contest, dropped a 50-yard kick for the first three points. Bialeck gave Trinity the chance for its first touchdown, when he intercepted a pass from French, of the Aggies, and ran the ball to the 10-yard line. Fontana then carried the ball over in four smashes behind right guard. The spectacular event came when Disco intercepted a long pass from French to Stevens, in the last few minutes of the game, and ran from the 22-yard line, with the whole Trinity line-up acting as interference, to score the final touchdown. Although outwitted by the varsity, the Aggies played superb ball. Harger scored their only touchdown. On the trip to Pennsylvania the following week the team was defeated by a slightly superior Haverford eleven. The game was a decided upset, as Trinity had been picked by the sporting fans to win. Trinity's only highlight of the game, which was played in a heavy gale, was a long pas~ to Lew Wadlow, who ran fifty yards for the only touchdown for the varsity. Haverford scored early in the second quarter when Logan, at quarterback, booted a 70-yard dropkick over the Trinity goal posts. Armstrong fumbled on the Blue and Gold goal line and after recovering the ball was tackled by Captain Conn of Haverford, thus giving Haverford a safety of two points. Pleasants, Haverford's fullback , intercepted a pass from Disco, and ran 90 ya.rds for the final touchdown of the home team. Little need be said about the defeat by Wesleyan by a score of 13 to 0, as a far from inferior Trinity team , fighting but exhausted, held down the Cardinal and Black until the last few minutes of play. Schlums and Tirrell smashed through the Blue and Gold line for successive gains, until the former succeeded in carrying the ball over for 路both touchdowns. This was the hardest line-bucking contest of the season, and it was not until the Trinity line gave way with the absence of Meier, who was injured, that the Middletown aggregation gained the upper hand. The defensive work of Geiger, Meier and Lew Wadlow was outstanding for Trinity. Schlums and Tirrell starred for Wesleyan. In the final and best game of the season, a much favored Amherst team was deadlocked, 7 to 7, both scores being made in the last period of the contest. Outplayed in all but the first quarter, the Jeffmen failed to break the tie. Amherst scored first when Tener, the star fullback, intercepted a Trinity pass and raced fifty yards for a touchdown; Greenough made the kick good, and the Lord Jeffs led 7 to 0. In the last five minutes of the fourth quarter Campion blocked a punt by Tener and "Yaddie" Durand, who played his last game for the Blue and Gold, ran twenty yards for a touchdown. Phippen kicked the extra point, thus closing the game at an even score. In t y ing Amherst, Trinity held at bay a team which was favored to win. The Trinity eleven under the leadership of Coach Galvin finished what might be termed as the most successful schedule in the history of football at Trinity for the past ten years. THE SUMMARY New York Agricultural College . Worcester Polytechnic Institute . Connecticut Agricultural College Haverford Wesleyan Amherst .

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Opponents

6

19

7

16

6

6 0

11 13

7

7

62

63


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Freshman Football DA IEL

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THOMSON,

MALCOLM ScoTT,

'34

Captain

'32

Manager Coaches

JosEPH

C.

MILTON THOMSON

CLARK THE TEAM

F RITZSON, HARING,

A.

Left End

Left T a.ckle

KINGSTON, THoMSON,

H. ONDERDONK,

BoswoRTH,

Left Guard

CRAIG,

]R., Right Guard

Right Tackle

Right E nd

SILL,

Quarterback

ELSON, WARD,

Center

R ight Halfback

Left Halfback

BREWER,

Fullback

THE SCHEDULE

0

Trjnity 0

Suffield School

Conn. Aggie Freshmen 0

Trinity 13

Kent School

Wi ll braham Academy

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Trinity 8

27

Trinity 0

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Varsit y Basketball Captain

JosEPH F. FLEMING, ]R. RoBERT

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Manager

MuLLER

Coach

RAY OosTING

THE TEAM FLEMIN G, GoLJNO ,

R ight F orward

GLYNN,

L eft Forward

R ight Guard

BIALECK,

ANDRUS,

L eft Guard

Center

Substitutes MEIER,

Right Guard

DuKsA,

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Basketball HE compared to the two previous seasons, the record of the 1930-31 basketball team is unimpressive,but, because of the fact that Wesleyan was defeated, we can not call the season a failure. Due more to inexperience than to anything else, nine games were lost out of fifteen played, but many of these were by close scores. Captain Fleming and Glynn were the only veterans to report for practice in ovember, and around these two men Coach Oosting built his team. Fleming, Glynn and Captain-elect Golino were outstanding throughout the season, but the rest of the squad played erratic ball.

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Cooper Union was defeated in the first game without difficulty, but in the second game Rhode Island State emerged victorious in an extremely loose contest at Kingston. Johnnie Merriman, former Trinity baseball coach, brought a good team to Hartford from the Coast Guard Academy, but Trinity kept her record on the home floor unsmirched, winning without being threatened a t any point during the game. The game with Worcester Tech was disappointing, but was one of the most exciting of the year. Worcester clinched a victory with a goal from the floor in the final second of play to win by a score of 25 to 23. Rensselaer Polytechnic came to Hartford on the week-end of the Junior Prom and in a fast game Trinity's string of victories on her home floor which had begun in 1928 was broken. Trinity, led by Glynn who s<;ored 17 points for the Blue and Gold during the evening, waged a valiant fight against a faster and more accurate shooting team. R. P. I. was undoubtedly the best team to appear in Hartford during the winter, and their victory was well deserved. Clark University of Worcester was easily defeated by a score of 42 to 26. This game was marked by the sharp shooting of Captain Fleming who scored 15 points and by a greatly improved passing attack. This show of form was shortlived however, and Trinity was vastly outclassed by the Connect icut Aggies. Chubbuck and Darrow of the latter team proved to be too much for the varsity, who after a fast and promising start, launched an ineffectual attack. After an unexpected defeat at the hands of Boston University, the Wesleyan game was not anticipated with much hope. Only the most enthusiastic backers of the team could prophesy anything other than defeat. The Trinity team display ing a brand of basketball which it did not show either before or after was never ousted from the lead . A stiff Wesleyan rally at the start of the second ha lf was successfully combatted by F leming and Golino . Fleming, Golino, and Andrus played at top form during the entire game and the other members of the squad who played made an excellent showing. It was the highlight of the season. Pratt, with an unusually fine record, was defeated in New York. This was the only defeat administered to Pratt on her own floor. On the following night, however, Brooklyn Poly,

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won a listless game. This was the beginning of an unfortunate slump after which only one game was won. The New York Aggies were defeated in Hartford. M.A. C .. Amherst, and Norwich all scored victories over the varsity. The game at Amherst was what might be called a "heart-breaker." Trinity had a lead of eight points with about eight minutes left to play, when Amherst made a brilliant rally to score 17 points before the final gun was fired. During this brief period the varsity was able to score but twice, one goal and one foul. After the close of the season, the lettermen elected Emanuel Golino to succeed Joseph Fleming as captain. Golino, who played a brilliant game throughout the season, will have a wealth of material to support him next year as only Fleming and Glynn are lost by graduation. In addition to the members of the 1930-31 squad who will return next year, much strong material for a good team will be furnished by the Junior Varsity team which had a successful season, having defeated Loomis, th e Connecticut Aggie Freshmen, Kingswood, and the Hartford Boy's Club. THE SUMMARY 19

Trinity

32

Cooper Union

26

jANUARY

9

Trinity

25

Rhode Island State

30

jANUARY

15

Trinity

27

Coast Guard Academy

19

jANUARY

17

Trinity

23

Worcester Tech

25

JANUARY

30

Trinity

31

R. P.I.

41

FEBRUARY

7

Trinity

42

Clark

26

FEBRUARY

11

Trinity

15

Connecticut Aggies

32

FEBRUARY

14

Trinity

19

Boston University

24

FEBRUARY

18

Trinity

33

Wesleyan

29

FEBRUARY

20

Trinity

19

Pratt

16

FEBRUARY

21

Trinity

14

Brooklyn Poly

24

FEBRUARY

25

Trinity

26

M.A. C.

28

FEBRUARY

28

Trinity

34

New York Aggies

27

MARCH

4

Trinity

34

Amherst

40

MARCH

6

Trinity

16

Norwich

23

Trinity

390

DECEMBER

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410


Photo by Ogden, Hartford

Junior Varsity Basketball WILLIAM F. D EVOE, RALPH

'3路!

Captain

s. CHRISTY, '32 v.

GILBERT

Manager Coach

WRIGHT

THE TEAM DEVoE,

Right Guard

LIDDELL,

R ight Forward CAREY,

KENNEY,

L eft F orward

FRITZSON,

L eft Guard

Center

Substitutes HouLIHAN,

Left Forward

CoLEMA ,

R ight Forward

THE SUMMARY Games Won

8

Games Lost

Points Scored: Trinity 331

Opponents [ 131 ]

8 311


Photo by Ogde .1, Hartford

Varsity Baseball F. H . REES

ADAM

GILBERT

KNUREK,

'30

MITCHELL,

v. WRI GHT

Captain Manager Coach

'31

THE TEAM Pitcher Catcher GEORGE H. B oc KWI N KEL , F irst B ase WILLIAM A. STURM, Second B ase

RAYMOND K. ADAMS,

] Ac K G ooDING,

DAVIDS . SLOSSBERG,

HENRY

ORMAN M. B us H,

ADAM

Third B ase

0 . PHIPPEN , Left Field F. K NUR E K , Center F ield

W. B. AR 1STRONG,

R ight F ield

Sh ortstop

Substitutes P itcher P itcher CusHMAN C. R EYNO LD S, Right Field LEWIS A. WADLOW, Center F ield

Pitcher L eft F ield RAY BIALECK, P itcher JoHN P. CoLEMA , Third B ase ]AMES R . CuLLEN,

ALEXA

J osEP H M. K EATI NG,

O swALD B. GRAHAM , ]R. ,

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Baseball prospects for the 1930 baseball season seemed bright, with seven lettermen reporting to the newly-installed coach, Gilbert V. Wright, former star and captain of the Springfield College nine. However, a dearth of pitchers and a crowded and difficult schedule more than counteracted this advantage in experience.

T

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The season began auspiciously for the varsity with the defeat of the ortheastern nine. Phippen drove out a home run in the ninth inning to break a 1 to 1 tie. The following game at Worcester Tech continued for thirteen innings before the Blue and Gold finally met defeat by a score of 8 to 7. After dropping the next three contests, Trinity turned in a fine exhibition of fast ball by defeating Union College, at Schenectady, 8 to 4.

C. C. . Y., although outhit by the varsity, proved too clever on the bases, and won by a score of 6 to 3. The playing of the team gradually improved during the remaining five games, the excellent showing against an exceptionally fast Amherst team and the victory over Connecticut Aggies being most gratifying. Adams pitched superb ball at all times, the defeats being due chiefly to erratic fielding. Adams, Armstrong, Phippen, and Bockwinkel were responsible for the majority of the hits. It is encouraging to note that five of the regulars, together with a large number of experienced recruits have reported to Coach Wright for the 1931 season. The team will be led by co-captains, Adams, '32 and Gooding, '31. THE SUMMARY APRIL APRIL MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY

JuNE JuNE

26 30 3 9 10 16 17 21 28 30 14 14

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ortheastern U. Worcester Tech Mass. Aggies Williams Conn. Aggies Union

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Clark U. Amherst 5 Conn. Aggies 2 Wesleyan (In Middletown) 1 Wesleyan (At Home) 7 Opponents

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Varsity Track RoNALD H.

YE,

'32

G. LAURENCE BLAUVELT,

Captain Manager Coach

'31

RAY OosTING

THE TEAM 100-Yard Dash 440-Yard Dash 880- Yard R un 220-Yard Run Two-Mile Run One-Mile Run 220-Yard H urdles 120-Yard H urdles H igh Jump Broad Jump Discus J ave/in . Pole Vault

YE, '30, GIBSO ''32, WELIVAR, '31 NYE, '30, WRIGHT, '32, OxFORD, '33 BIRCH, '33, RooTs, '31, BRAINARD, '30 YE, '30, WRIGHT, '32, GIBSON, '32 . CARLTON, '32, BIRCH, '33, WHITE, '32 RooTs, '31, BIRcH, '33, H.]. DooLITTLE, '31 DIGNAM, '30, CHRISTY, '32, GEIGER, '32 DIGNAM, '30, CHRISTY, '32, GEIGER, '32 GIBSO ' '32, DIGNAM , '30 . . WELIVAR, '31, GIBSON, '32 STRO G, '30, RoGERs, '30, SPRAY, '32 . . . STRO G, '30, RoGERs, '30, SPRAY, '32 HIGGINS, '31, LovERING, '30, Co VEY, '32, RowLAND '3 1

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Track HE 1930 track season can not be called a success, no matter how we view it. The team had three meets, and all of these resulted in defeats for Trinity. Forty men reported to Coach Ray Oosting in the middle of March, among whom were many promising candidates. Some of these materialized. The team was fairly strong throughout the season in the running events, but failure must be attributed to a glaring weakness in the field events except for the broad jump where Captain-elect Welivar showed enough form to finish third in the New England Intercollegiates in May.

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The first meet was on May lOth with Norwich University in Hartford. Norwich won .by a score of 68 to 58, showing a decided superiority in the field events which was enough to give them the contest, although Strong, Welivar, and Lovering won in the javelin, broad jump and pole vault. Strong set a college record in the javelin. Captain Bill ye took three first places in the running events and Carlton won the two-mile. The Connecticut Aggies came to Hartford on the 20th of May to return to Storrs on the winning end of a 86 to 40 meet. The Aggies' ace, Chubbuck, starred throughout, taking five first places-the 100-yard dash, both hurdle races, the discus, and the shot put. Nye won the 220-yard dash and the 440. The only other firsts that Trinity was able to gain were made by Welivar in the broad jump and Belden in the javelin. On May 31st the Massachusetts Aggies came to Hartford and also emerged victorious, but on this occasion the score was much closer, M.A. C. making 67 to Trinity's 59. Trinity outscored her opponents in the running events only to have the tables more than turned in the field events. Geiger, Nye, Birch, and Dignam piled up five firsts in the runs, but in the other half of the program only Strong and Spray in the javelin and discus were able to outclass their opponents. Throughout the season Captain Nye, Strong, and Welivar were the only consistent winners on the Trinity team. Of these three only Welivar returns, as the others were graduated. Prospects for the 1931 season at the time of writing are largely problematical, and seem to rest upon the strength of the Freshman candidates.

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10

MAY

17

MAY

20

MAY

31

Trinity 58

Norwich

68

Trinity 40

Connecticut Aggies

80

Trinity 59.

M.A. C.

67

New England Intercollegiates

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Photo by Ogden, H artford

Varsity Tennis joHN

E.

S . BuRKE,

'32

A . PALMORE HARRISON,

Captain

'32

M anager Coach

ARTHUR RuDOLPH .

THE TEAM RALPH

D.

BRITTON

]. SHERWOOD BISSELL jAMES

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MELOY

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RICHARD

E.

WILLIAM

s. GRAINGER

WILLIAM

C.

MARTINI

ORVELL


T ennis commencing the 1930 season with the assistance of two veterans, Ralph D. Britton, '31, and J. Sherwood Bissell, '31, both of whom piloted the team in 1928 and 1929, respectively, the schedule of the varsity tennis team was marked by upsets in the first four intercollegiate matches. The Blue and Gold net men lost their first encounter when they were outclassed by a fast Worcester Tech team by a score of 5 to 1 in games.

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3

Trinity

1

Worcester Tech

5

MAY

10

Trinity

0

Williams

9

MAY

14

Trinity

0

Wesleyan

9

MAY

17

Trinity

2

R. P.I.

7

MAY 19-20

N. E. I. T. A.

MAY

21

Trinity

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Manhattan

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Trinity

5

Clark

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Trinity

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Springfield

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Won 2

Lost 5

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The Intra-Mural Trophies THE ALUM I TROPHY All-Sports

Donated in 1931 NEWTON C. BRAI ARD TROPHY PETER OGILBY TROPHY Squash Racquets

Basketball

Won by]. E. BuRKE, 1930 Won by A. A. ARNOLD, ]R., 1931 ALEXANDER OGILBY TROPHY

Won by SIGMA u, 1930 Won by ALPHA DELTA PHI, 1931 GODFREY M. BRI LEY TROPHY

Swimming

Tennis

Won by SAINT ANTHONY HALL, 1930 Won by SIGMA u, 1931

Donated in 1931 by GoDFREY M. BRINLEY

SID EY T. MILLER TROPHY Squash R acquets

Won by SAI NT ANTHONY HALL, 1931 LYMA OGILBY TROPHY EDWARD R. LAMPSON TROPHY Track

Cross-Country

Donated in 1931 by EDWARD R. LAMPSON

The permanent possession of ALPHA DELTA PHI , 1931 [ 138 ]


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The Trinity Ivy Established in 1873 Editor-in-Chief Business Manager

C. LESLIE MuENCHTNGER, '32 HuGH STEWART CAMPBELL, '32 ASSIST ANT EDITORS HARRIS K. PRIOR

CusHMAN

C.

REYNOLDS

RICHARD

c.

MELOY

G. KEITH FuNsToN ASSOCIATE EDITORS WILLIAM KIBITZ

OswALD B. GRAHAM

HARVEY DANN

EVERETT

EDWIN H. LAWTON

WILLIAM ]. EDDY, 2ND

s. GLEDHILL

BUSI JoHN E. S. BuRKE RICHARD

L.

SLOSSON, ]R.

ESS BOARD

CHESTER

u. ULLMAN

GERALD T. REUTER

DAVID GALINSKY NATHAN

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]AMES C. WARWICK, ]R.

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RoBERT STUMPF


The A thenaeum

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Athenaeum Society had during the college year 1930-31 a most successful season. The society's debating team under the direction of Dean Hood of the English DepartHE

ment and Professor Kleene of the Economics Department, won two debates and lost none. In defeating the team of Buffalo University, the Athenaeum won a more than creditable victory, as Buffalo had been victorious in eleven successive debates. The debating team of the Connecticut Agricultural College was defeated for the second time in two years. The first intercollegiate debate of the year was held in Alumni Hall on the night of March 2nd with Buffalo University. The Athenaeum, represented by].]. Sharkey, A. P. Harrison, and C. E. Jacobson, defended the negative of the following question: "Resolved, that the Several States Should Enact Legislation Providing for Compulsory Unemployment Insurance, to Which the Employee Shall Contribute." Jacobson proved to be the most effective speaker of the evening and due to his excellent work an exceedingly close contest was won. On March 13th the debating team journeyed to Storrs, and defending the same side of the previous proposition, again won by a combination of skillful reasoning and excellent presentation. A third debate to be held with the Connecticut College for Women was cancelled, due to the fact that a date suitable to both teams could not be agreed upon. The society held weekly meetings throughout the year, at which the various members presented short reports upon subjects of current interest in the fields of economics, politics, and literature. From time to time various members of the faculty have addressed the club. This work has proved to be highly beneficial both because of the value of the subject matter presented, and because of the practice in public speaking and formal argument. The Athenaeum Society has petitioned the national debating society of Tau Kappa Alpha for a charter. If this is obtained, those members of the society who have appeared in intercollegiate debates, will be automatically admitted.

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The A thenaeum Society Founded at Washington College in 1824 Reorganized in 1928 CHARLES E . jACOBSON,

President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Manager of Debate

]R., '31

'33 '33 McKEE, ]R. '32

]. jACK SHARKEY, WINSTON HALL,

T. ]oH

MEMBERS

L . GRANT

CLIFFORD

L.

MoRsE

WILLIAM G. BERNDT

]AMES

KENN ETH E. BIRCH

EDWIN ]. GREE

WILLIAM A. CARLTON

A. PALMORE HARRISON

BERNHARD H. PERRY

MILTON A. CooKsoN

REx]. HowARD

EDWARD

EDGAR H. CRA1G

JoHN

RICHARD ]. P. EICHACKER

LIONEL

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L.

SIVASLIAN

CHARLES ]. SuTHERLAND ALBERT G. TASHJIAN


Commencement TRI ITY COLLEGE HARTFORD, Co N. One Hundred and Fourth Annual Commencement, Alumni Hall June 16; 1930

D egrees C onferred BACHELOR OF ARTS, I COURSE To THIRTEEN STuDENTS I THE CLAss oF 1930 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, I COURSE To THIRTY STUDENTS IN THE CLAss oF 1930 MASTER OF ARTS, I COURSE A NE LouiSE GILLIGA , Massachusetts, B.A., 1904, Smith College DoROTHY METCALF McVAY, Rhode Island, Ph.~., 1922, Brown University ITHAMAR YLAND, Connecticut, B.S., 1928, University of New Hampshire PAUL REY IHRIG, B.S., 1929, Trinity College JoH THOMAS K EELAND, B.A., 1929, Trinity College MASTER OF SCIE CE, I COURSE HARRY FREDERICK MEIER, Connecticut, B.A., 1928, Trinity College MASTER OF ARTS, HONORIS CAUSA DoTHA BusHNELL HILLYER, of Hartford, Connecticut ARTHUR EvERETT AusTIN, of Hartford, Connecticut WILLIAM GILLETTE, of East Hadlyme, Connecticut DOCTOR OF LETTERS, HO ORIS CAUSA WALTER STARKIE, of Dublin, Ireland ANDREW KEOGH, of ew Haven, Connecticut DOCTOR OF SCIENCE, HO ORIS CAUSA ER. EST HENRY WILSON, of Boston, Massachusetts DOCTOR OF DIVINITY, HO ORIS CAUSA JoHN MooRE MeGAN , of Springfield, Massachusetts [ 142

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Honors and Prizes For the Year HO

1929-1930

ORS IN THE CLASS OF

1930

Valedictorian

ABRAHAM HACKMAN

Salutatorian

JosEPH BIENKOWSKI

Honors in General Scholarship and in Philosophy

ABRAHAM HACKMAN

Honors in English

WILLIAM BRADFORD GARDNER

Honors in History

ORMAN WrLFRED D EsCHAMPS

PRIZES

Prizes in His tory and Political Science First Prize: NoRMAN WILFRED DEsCHAMPS, '30 Second Prize: (No t Awarded) The Alumni Prizes in English Composition First Prize: (Not Awarded) Second Prize: EDWARD THOMAS TAGGARD, '30 Third Prize: (No t Awarded) The Frank W. Whitlock Prizes First Prize: EDWARD THOMAS TAGGARD, '30 Second Prize: HAROLD CHARLES BoNNELL, '31 The Phi Gamma Delta Prize in Mathematics: LEWIS ALEXANDER WADLOW, JR., '33 The Christopher Trowbridge Memorial Prize: GERSHON BENJAMIN SILVER

HOLDERS OF FELLOWSHIPS A

W. H. R ussell Fellow

D SCHOLARSHIPS JosEPH BIENKOWSKI,

'30

Holland Scholars: R oGER JosEPH FoRASTIERE, '31, LEwis ALBEE GIFFIN, '31, HYAM PL UTZIK,

'32, REUB E PEiss, '33.

Goodwin-Hoadley Scholars: MoRRIS VoGEL, '31, PAUL WILLIAM SYKES, '31, CuRTIS STELLA,

'33. Mears Scholar Converse Scholar William Allen Mather Scholar

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ORRIN SEvERUS BuR SIDE,

'34

SEYMOUR EwiNG SMITH,

'34

HARRIS KING PRIOR,

'32


The Trinity College Chapel A LL

Saints' Day, 1931, is the appointed time for the dedication of the new Trinity College

f l Chapel, which now stands in its unfinished state as a memento of the religious zeal of past ages, when men, oppressed by servitude, expressed the Christian Faith in great cathedrals of stone. As the work progresses one cannot help realize that the influence of this new shrine will be far-reaching in the lives of Trinity men. Already the workmen and all connected with the building have shown great pride in their craftsmanship, and the work at present bespeaks the majestic beauty of the finished structure. Aside from th e m ateri al aspect, this Chapel is th e symbol of a spiritu al life, which men of learning a nd understanding have realized as th e primary sou rce of a happy existence. We trust that future genera tions at Trinity wi ll find inspiration a nd strength within its wall s. T he grateful th an ks of Trinity men we extend to William G winn Mather, 1877, who by his generosity an d foresight h as made possible this gift, which will indeed affect th e life of Trinity through all ages. Ad Maiorem Gloriam D ei et In Memoriam Ani moru m Fidelium et In U sum lu ventu s Hanc Aedem Faciem us Lau s Deo

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The New Cook Dormitory HE new Cook Dormitory, upon which work was begun during the latter part of the past winter, was made possible by the funds left to the college by Mr. Charles W. Cook of Windsor, who died in 1912. The building of the dormitory has been necessitated by the greatly increased enrollment during the past years.

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The dormitory, which occupies the southwest corner of the quadrangle which is rapidly taking form, was designed by McKimm, Mead, and White, of ew York City. It follows the general form of the architecture of the rest of the college buildings, with certain changes which will tend to render the campus even more attractive. The dormitory space is to be divided into sections in much the same manner as is Jarvis Hall, but with more accommodations for students desiring to live alone. In addition there is to be a large dining hall which will replace the present Commons. The building of Cook Hall marks a progressive step in the growth of Trinity, and it is hoped that this event will encourage, in the future the erection of other much needed buildings, that Trinity may maintain her prestige among the small colleges of ew England.


IN DEX OF A D VE RTIS E RS

Name Page Abramson, Ben & Co. . 165 Allen, Russell & Allen . . . . 160 Antz Barber Shop, Henry 158 Baker, Jones, Hausauer, Inc. . . 168 Baldwin Stewart Electric Co.. . 153 Bankers Trust Co. . . 164 Bauer & Co. . . . 161 Bedard's ..... . . . .. 165 Bennett, Chas. J. . . . . 160 Bent, R. G. . . .... . . . . . . . 150 Bond more Hotel Barber Shop . . 167 Bornstein, H. . . . . . . 166 Bostwick Roofing Co. . 160 Brooks Bros.. . . . 153 Brown, Edgar M. . . . . . 162 Brown Thomson & Co. . 1+7 Bryant & Chapman Co. . . 161 Burns, D. F. . . . . . . . . 16+ Byrnes-Millward Co. . 162 Calhoun Press. . . . 165 Capitol City Lumber Co. . 154 Carson, W. B., Inc. ... 151 Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. 158 Conn. Steam Brown Stone Co. . 154 Co-operative Shoe, The . 166 Devlin, J. R., Inc.. . . . 166 Dillon-Dolin, Inc. . . . . . . 161 Empire Delicatessen Co. .. 167 Empire Laundries, Inc. . 157 Fischer, Gustave Co. . 167 Fox, G. & Co., Inc. . . 159 Gladding Drug Co. . . . . . 161 Hartford Apron and T owe! Supply Co. . . . . . . . 165 Hartford Connecticut Trust Co. 159

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M.cht Co. . .

N ame Page Hartford N a tiona! Bank & Trust Co. .. . . 152 Heublein Hotel. . . . . . . . . . 166 Hoffman Wall Paper Co. . 165 Hubert's Drug Store . . 165 Hunter Press . . . . . . . 163 Jackson & Seguine . . . . 163 Koppers Conn. Coke Co. . 157 Lavalette Soda Shop . . 164 Liner-A twill Co. . . . . 162 Lyon, J. & Sons. . . 155 Lyric Theatre. 167 Newton-Parsons Co.. . . 159 ewton Tunnel Coal Co. . . 156 Ogden's Studio. . . 167 Park Battery Service . . . . 165 Parker, Chas. E., Agency. . 152 Peaslee, A. F., Inc.. . . . . 162 Pike, Arthur W .. . . . . 165 Scandia 路Market Co. .. 166 Scher, Max W. . . . . . . . 160 Simon & Lesner Co. . . 163 Simons, G. 0., Inc. . . 167 Sisson Drug Co.. . . 167 Skinner Organ Co. . 148 Slossberg, Sam. . 156 Spaghetti Palace. . 166 Trinity College. . . . 146 Trinity Filling Station.. .. 166 United Masons Supply Co., Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Wadhams Co., Allyn.. ... 163 White Studio.... .. . 164 Windsor Cement Co., Inc. . . 166 Wise Smith & Co... . . . . . . 1+9 Yell ow Cab Co. of Hartford. . . 159 .

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C)rtutty Q nllrgr HARTFORD, CO NECTICUT

last year in the history of the College has seen a certain amount of building on the Campus. The gymnasium unit has made a real contribution to the life of the students by ample provision for swimming and squash racquets; the beauty of the new Chapel is already apparent; the work on the new dormitories gives indication of the healthy growth of the College in size. It is a pleasure to see the ideal campus take form and substance.

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HIS

A college represents opportunity. It is not the function of the college to educate young men; it should be said rather that a college should give young men a chance to educate themselves. Thosewho desire such an opportunity must show first that they qualify by previous education and evidence of character. For detailed information about entrance requirements address the Dean.

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HARTFORD'S

SHOPPING CENTER Quality

Fa ir

Merchandise

Prices

Always!

A lways!

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fl. Brown Thomson Inc.- not merely a Department Store- but an Institution. An Institution of a noteworthy character and reputation throughout New England. With best buying facilities and representatives in London, Pari , Chemnitz and other large cities in both Europe and Asia. ,.. ,.. ,.. ALWAYS FIRST TO OFFER FASHIO ABLE A D DEPENDABLE MERCHA DISE

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RESIDE 1CE E. D . GODFREY, TARRYTOW ,

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The Skinner Organ Company, builders of the new organ t o be installed in the beautiful new Chapel of Trinity Coll ege, also build Re idence Orga ns which are playable by hand as well as by our large library of music roll s.

SKINNER ORGAN COMPANY Organ Arch-itects and Bu-ilders CHURCH

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Studio: 677 Fifth Avenue,

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WisE SMITH & Co. HARTFORD'S OUTSTANDING DEPARTMENT STORE WITH A SEPARATE STORE FOR MEN

ru1fter College 'What.? Regardless of whether you enter into business or continue your education good clothing and furnishings, properly styled, are essential. Your appearance is a vital factor in this busy world of today. Wise Smith's Store for Men and Young Men caters to your requirements at all times.

"It Pays to be Well Dressed" A Slogan-that is wise to follow. l-t9


THE NEW TRINITY COLLEGE CHAPEL

THE R. G. BENT COMPANY General Contractors and Builders 93 Edwards Street, Hartford, Conn.

150


W. B. Carson, Inc. HEATING ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS

224 Sargeant Street Hartford, Connecticut

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" R esources to handle the Lar ge st-the will to ser ve the smallest"

COMMERCIAL BANKT G CHECKING ACCOUNTS

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SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS FOREIGN EXCHA IGE

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LETTERS OF CREDIT COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE

HARTFORD NATIONAL BANK AND

TRUST

COMPA Y

MAIN A D PEARL STREETS -

HARTFORD

"A Good Bank ing Conn ection Is a Stepping-Stone To Success"

CHARLES

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PARKER AGENCY E. ARKOLD, Proprietor

GENER A L INSURANCE

125 TRUMBULL STREET

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MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY路FOURTH STREET NEW YORK

Clothes for Vacation a nd

Summer Sport BRANCHES NEW YORK : ONE WALL STREET BOSTON :

NEWBURY

NEWPORT

COR .

BERKELEY

STREET

PALM BEACH

E. M. BALDWIN, President and Treasurer

R. L. COOPER, Vice-President

THE B A LDW IN -STEW A RT ELECTRIC

Co.

Electrical Engineers and Contractors 210 PEARL S fREET

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

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Larger than 14 States Within the United States, the federal government has set apart territories greater than the total area of fourteen eastern states, and larger than all France, in federal forest lands. This fact illustrates the tremendous dependence of the nation upon wood, the material of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

The Capitol City Lumber Company 1416 Park Street

HARTFORD

Phone 2-5224

Curtis Woodwork Display at 350 Sheldon Street

Compliments of

T he Portland Brown Stone Q uarry AND

The Connecticut Steam Brown Stone Company TELE PHO E 92 M IDD LETOWN DT V.

Portland, Connecticut

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J.

LYON & SONS E ST A BLISB E D 1 8 7 6

Plumbing and Heating Contractors Sheet Metal Workers Op en Shop

Plumbing and Fixtures Which bring Satisfaction to those who Own their Homes 20

CENTRAL ROW

HARTFORD, CO N.

W e are now ins talling the Plumbing in the ew Chapel and the Cook Dormitory for Trinity College

Consult Us B efore }Tou Build

The United .Masons' Supply Co . I N ~C 0 R P 0 RAT E D

High Grade Material, Fair Prices, First Class Service is Our Aim. T ry Us Telephone the Warehouse Office when you order, 2-6125. If these wires are busy, call the Downtown Office . . . 2 -04-72, and we will see that your order is given prompt attention. - - - Office - - 525 MAIN STR EET

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For Many Years Our COAL Has given warmth and comfort to the halls of old Trinity and its splendid Fraternity Houses.

We H andle th e Finest Grades of Coal P roduced

The Newton Tunnel Coal Co. Ojjice- 21 8 Pearl Street, H artford, Conn . - 3 Albany Avenu e

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S. SLOSSBERG The w ell-known

We do only HighGrade Tailoring also Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing

College Tailor

We are Sp ecializ ing in T uxedos and Full D ress Suits TELEPHONE 5-1 436

H artford , Connecti cut

65 Lincoln Street , Cor. Broad 156


TRINITY BUILDINGS HEATED WITH CLEAN, ECONOMICAL AND SCIENTIFIC FUEL P hi Kappa Chapter

Alumni H all

of

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Alpha Delta P hi

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KOPPERS CONNECTICUT COKE CO. 24 TRUMBULL STREET, HARTFORD

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THE CAsE, LocKwooD & BRAINARD Co. Established 1836

Printers and B inders

85 T RUMBULL STREET

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

Henry路 Antz Barber Shop 10 CHAIRS

HERMAN FICHTNER and G. CODRARO P roprietors

HARTFORD, CO N .

27 PEARL STREET Branch -

2

Grove St., Old Times Bldg.

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Safest R ide in Town

G. FO X & CO. Low Cost of Cab Rides

Esta blished in 1847

Connecticut's

The YELLOW CAB COMPANY offers such low rates! Just think of enjoyin~ this luxuriously comfortable and convenient service ... swift, safe and dependable ... for as little as 10垄-for that's how little short rides cost!

Complete D epartment Store

Yellow Cab Co. No Charge For Extra Passengers

HARTFORD, CONN.

Phone 2-0234

Pay What the llfeter Reads

Commercial AFTER COLLEGE

Refrigerators

THEN WHAT?

Water Coolers Milk Coolers

A substantial banking connection is an important asset to yo ur early business career.

NEW fO -PARSONS COMPANY

Choose your bank as care-

Distributors

fu ll y as you did your college.

GENERAL ELECTRIC All路Steel M onitor Top

REFRIGERATORS H A RTFORD -CO~NECT JC U T

TRU ST CO MPA N Y

121-127 Ann St.

39 Arch St.

HARTFORD NEW BRITAIN

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Compliments of

c.

G. BOSTWICK ESTA BLI SHE D 1 902

Allen, Russell & Allen

Roofing Gene ral Insuran ce

Contractor

and Bonding

31 LEWIS STREET

41 FRA ICIS AVENUE

HARTFORD, CON N.

HARTFORD, CONN.

Chas. J. Bennett

Compliments

Consulting Engineer

of

MAX

w. 36 Pearl Street HARTFORD, CONN.

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II THE GLADDING DRUG COMPANY Biological Instruments - Laboratory Equipment Assayed Chemicals Trusses, Supporters and Athletic Requirements HARTFORD, CONN.

56 CHURCH STREET

PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM Our Desire is to Serve If/ell those who give us the Privilege

Telephone 2-0264

THE BRYANT & CHAPMAN COMPANY

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Vtflon-Volin, Inc. :florists 18o ASYLUM STREET

HARTFORD,

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BAUER & COMPANY INCORPORATED Electrical Construction, Lighting Fixtures and Supplies

440 ASYLUM STREET . 161

HARTFORD, CONN.


A. F.

PEASI~EE,

INC.

Builde rs

The Byrnes-Millward Co. H eating, P lumbing and S heet Metal Contractors

26 High Street

H artford, Conn.

DEVELOPMENT OF GROUNDS OR AME TAL PLA TI G

PAVED TERRACES TEN IS COURTS

E D G A R M. B R 0 W N Landscap e Gardener and Forester r 5 Lewis Street

Hartford, Conn. Telephone 2-3 368

TREE SPRA YI TG TREE SURGERY

TREE MOVING TREE PRUNING

~~THE LINER-AT W ILL COM PANY M anu/acturers and Erectors of Architectural Sheet 11\1etal Cornices

Ventilators

Conductors

Gutters

Metal Store Fronts Metal Roofing

Skylights Tinning-Jobbing

Window Screen Slides Tanks and Pans

4 Olive Street, H artford, Connecticut 162


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The Allyn Wadhams Co. BUILDERS 15 Lewis Street

Hartford, Conn.

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WAREHOUSE:

119

Portland St.

2-5~11

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OFFICE :

5o Trumbull St. ~-3138

Masons., and Plas-te1•e1•s' Supplt"es ~

THE SIMON & LESNER COMPANY Ventilation Sheet Metal Work of all Kinds Slate, Tile and Gravel, Roofing 20

HUNTLEY PLACE

HARTFORD, CO

HUNTER PRESS I TYPESETTING FOR THE TRADE

A Complete Printing Plant Geared for Service Printing Multigraphing E mbossing Linotyping Addressing Engrossing 302 ASYLUM STREET WM.HUNTER

Phone 2-7016

R.C.HUNTER 163

HARTFORD, CONN. T. G.HUNTER


All Branches of Banking and The Desire to Serve You Well

THE BANKERS TRUST CQMP ANY FARMI NGTON AVENUE AT ASYLUM PLACE

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

LAVALETTE SODA SHOPPE Luncheonette, Soda Fountain Candies and Manchester Dairy Ice Cream 162

WASHINGTON STREET, HARTFORD, CONN.

~

Open Evenings

~

The D. F. Burns Company Meats, Groceries and Provisions Home-Made Bakery P roducts and Vegetables in Season

654-660 PARK STREET

H ARTFORD, CONN.

WHITE STUDIO Official Photographer for 1932 "IVY" 220 WEST 42nd STREET, 164

EW YORK CITY


The Park Battery Service

W. A. PIKE

"All that the name implies"

Florist

OSCAR MESSMER

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WALTER MESSMER

648 PARK STREET

421 P ark Street

HARTFORD, CONN.

HARTFORD, CO N.

BEDARD'S HABERDASHERY

BEN ABRAMSON & Co.

Arrow , Campus and Gordon Oxford Shirts

A gents

Clothiers

-

-

Furnishers

LA GROCK FI E CLOTHES JOH SO r & MURPHY SHOES

Exclusive With Us in Hartford 695 MAIN ST.

350 Asylum St.

HARTFORD, CONN.

CALHOUN PRESS JOB PRI

Next to H otel Bond

Hubert's Drug Store

TERS

"Over the Rocks"

and the

Calhoun Show Print

"The Store where they Cash Your Checks with a Smi le"

Bi g Type Printers Since 1852 T. F . DIGNAM , Pres. P. A. WALSH, Vice-Pres.

356 ASYLUM ST.

213 Zi on St.

HARTFORD

HARTFORD APRON and TOWEL SUPPLY Co.

The

Hoffman Wall Paper Co.

INCORPORATED Established 1897

Paints: :!Vall Papers: :Shades

II

272 ASYLUM STREET at A N STREET

HARTFORD, CO IN.

Hartfo rd , Conn.

JOSEPH H. GOWEN, President

[L L afayette St. 165

Hartford


THE HEUBLEIN HOTEL

The College Tailor STUDENT TAILORING Pressing and Repairing

.A most Satisfying Hotel Catering to a Select Clientele Rates Reasonable

At R easonable Rates H. BORNSTEI , Proprietor

1279 BROAD STREET

CLIFFORD D. PERKI S, Prop.

Compliments of Spaghetti Palace and Restaurant

II

J. R. DEVLIN IN C ORPORATED

Clothes of Character

Styles for the Young Man Harry S. Sawyer, lllanager

A. DAR A, Proprietor Telephone 5-94-4-2

67 Asylum Street

61-63 ASYLUM STREET

HARTFORD, CO

Hartford

WINDSOR CEMENT COMPANY

Compliments of

SCANDIA MARKET COMPANY

( 1 N C 0 R P 0 HATE D)

16 VA

DYKE AVE UE

858 PARK STREET

HARTFORD, COr N.

COMPLIMENTS OF

The TRINITY FILLING STATION Corner of Broad and Vernon Streets

166


®gilrn

Compliments of

~tubtn

Empire Delicatessen and Restaurant

"Jortrnita of ®rigittality" Special R at.es to Students

JJ!ramt!I

(l!npylng

£!> ixty-u int l~artfnrb,

11 ratt

iUiniaturPH

424 Asylum Street

&trrtt

Trumbull Street 549 Main Street

Clinttnrrtirut

270

Wrlrpl]nnr 2-3840

Geo. 0. Simons, Inc. (Successors to Sim ons & Fox )

Compliments of

A wnings, Flags and Wedding ~anopies Canvas Goods and Camp Equtpment B unting and Floral Decorations cf all K inds

THE LYRIC THEATRE

546_548 Asylum St., Hartford, Conn. Telephone 2-1390

The Sisson Drug Company

Compliments of Hartford Market Company

Student and Laboratory Supplies P aint and Varnish 729 MAIN STREET

6o9-613 Main Street

HARTFORD, CONN.

HARTFORD

"Barbers Not Salesmen"

ANGELO PICCIOLO, Prop.

The Gustave Fischer Co. Stationers

155 Allyn Street

Office Furniture and Supplies

HARTFORD, CO N.

236-237 Asylum St., Hartford

THE BONDMORE HOTEL BARBER SHOP

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THE ACHIEVEMENT OF AN IDEAL + + +

A

YEARBOOK is more than a series of primed pages bound into a cover. It is the result of hours of anxious thought and patient, persistent effort. The staff of THE TRINITY IvY have accepted a real responsibility, under the leadership of the Editor, MR. C. LESLIE MuENCHINGER, and the Business Manager, MR. HuGH CAMPBELL, they have produced a book of which they may well be proud. We feel sure that you who turn these pages and re-live the events of the year just concluded, will join us in congratulating them. Âť In our humble capacity as publishers, it has been a privilege to be associated with the production of this book. Perhaps we have in a small way caught some of the enthusiasm displayed by the staff itself, for in our hands the production of a yearbook becomes a very personal matter. Âť We are justly proud of the confidence placed m our ability to produce a book in keeping with the ideals of the staff and school which sponsor it. We earnestly hope that this feeling of confidence will persist, and that it will be our privilege to place the facilities of our organization at the service of the yearbook staff of Trinity College through successive years.

BAKER-JONES-HAUSAUER, INc.

4s-sr

CARROLL

ST., BUFFALO, N.Y.

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