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1 9 3 8 TRINITY IVY .

A record in picture and word of

people and events of the college year nineteen thirty,six, thirty,seven M~urice T ulin

Editor,in,chief

T. Neil Fanning

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world the real heritq.ge that i Trinity, the Class of 19 3 8 offers this IVY as a token of tribute and respect, and with it thanks for a driving force of inspiration.

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HE Class of 1938 looks to its final year at Trinity College with a unique combination of sorrow and joy. We are indeed sorry that a sheltered, rushing, and boisterous period of our lives is soon to terminate. Within the walls of our ivy-covered college on the hilltop we have gathered facts and ideas and expounded some thought; we have discussed religion, books, politics, science, music, and art; we have argued with and without logic and quibbled over trivialities; we have become acquainted with men of training, education, and wisdom. It is, however, with the joy of determination, power, and ambition that we approach the completion of our first, real job, after which we shall use our experience in living full and rounded lives. An exacting world will demand complete use of what Trinity has indicated we are.


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RIGHT REVEREND THOMAS CHURCH BROWNELL, DD., LL.I;>. Founder of Trinity College October I 9, I 77 9

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Bishop of Connecticut Presiding Bishop President of the College Died

PRESIDENTS RIGHT REV. THOMAS CHURCH BROWNELL, DD., LL.D . ........ . REv. ATHANIEL 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.!'LAVEL SwEETEN LuTHER, Ph.D ., LL.D . . . REv. REMSEN BRINKERHOFF 0GILBY, B.D., LL.D . .. I2

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SENATUS ACADEMICUS CORPORATI ON THE PRESIDENT OF THE CoLLEGE, ex officio PRESIDENT . ......... ......... H a rtford THE HoN. JosEPH B uFFINGToN, LL.D . Pittsburgh . .......... . \VILLIAM GwiNN MATHER, M.A., LL.D. Cleveland JoHN PRINCE ELTON, B.S. ...................... ... .. ..... .. ..... ... .... ... ... .. ...... Waterbury CHARLES G . WooDWARD, M.A . . ........ ... ..... .... ...... . Hartford SAMUEL FERGUSON, M.A. .................. ............ .... ........ .. H a rtford SIDNEY T. MILLER, M .A., LL.D . .... .. .... ................... ..... . ... ... .... .. ... .. Detroit NEWTON C. BRAINARu, B.A . .. ... ... ..... .. .. ....... ... .. ... ... . H a rtford H artfo rd E DWARD MILLIGAN, J\.1.A. ··· ······· ·· ··· ··· ····· ······ ···· ···· ········· . JAMES GuTHRIE HARBORD, LL.D . .... ...... ... .... ... .... . .................. , .... . New York THE HoN. PHILIP JAMES McCooK, LL.D . . ......... . ew York CHARLES ERLING HoTCHKiss, LL.B . . . .... ........... ... .... . . Iew Y ork CHARLES F. SMITH, M.A. .. .. . .. .. . ................. .. . New Britain JAMEs L. GooDwiN, B.A. .. . ... ... ..... ._ . Hartford WILLIAM HANMER EATON, B.S . . Pittsfield MARTIN WITHINGTON CLEMENT, B.S. . ........ ... .... ..... .. .... .. .. ... .. Philadelphia JoHN HENRY KELSO DAvis, M.A. .... ..... .... .... ...... ...... . . H artfo rd LAwsoN P u RDY, M.A., LL.D. .... .... .. . ........... . Iew York . ........... . ..... ...... . ALLEN NoRTHEY JoNEs, M.A. ......... ... ..... T ~w York RoBERT BARNARD O'CoNNOR, M.A . . .... ...... . ew York BERN B uDD, B .A . . ........... ... . New Y ork S. ST. JoHN MoRGAN, B.A. . .. ... ..... ....... .. .. .... .. ....... . . .... . Boston RICHARDSON WRIGHT, M.A . ...... ......... . Iew York GEORGEs. STEVENSON, B.A. Hartford FREDERICK c. wALCOTT, B.A., Sc.D . .. . . .. ...... ....... . Norfolk ADVISORY COU

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THE RIGHT REv. ERNEST M. STIRES, D.D . ....... ... New York EDGAR F. WATERMAN, M .A ., LL.B. ... ... ... ....... . ......... ..... Hartford THE RIGHT REv. CHAUNCEY B. BREWSTER, D.D. Hartford GRENVILLE KANE, M.A ., L.H.D . ....... .... . .... New York THOMAS WRIGHT RussELL, B.A. . ...... .. .. ..... .. .. ... . .. ... .. .......... Hartford THE HoN. FRANKL. YVILcox, B.A. ... .. .. ........ .... Berlin JAMES L. THOMSON, Ph.B. . ....... ....... ... .... Hartford RoGER HENWOOD MoTTEN, M.A., Litt.D. . ............ Treasurer of the Corporation BOARD OF FELLOWS

Senior FeLLows

l unior F ellows jEROME PIERCE \ VEBSTER, M.D. WILLIAM CoNVERSE SKINNER, B.S. WILLIAM P oND BARBER, ]R., B.S. JoHN SHAPLEIGH MosEs, B.A. SIDNEY DILLINGHAM PINN EY, B.S. LisPENARD BACHE PHISTER, B.A.

CHARLES EDWARD TuKE, M.A. PAUL M . BuTTERWORTH, B.S . FREDERICK CHARLES HINKEL, JR., B.S. RoBERT H uTCHINs ScHUTz, B.A. ADRIAN HoLMEs ONDERDONK, M.A. RoBERT SEYMOUR MoRRis, M.S.

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R. OGILBY has shown great interest in the rece nt attempts in Am erican colleges to broaden th e curricula. This yea r, attempt路路 ing to block out a course in lin guistics, he and Dr. Taylor ha ve experi-

m ented with a course conveniently called Latin X. Progress of th ;s innovation has been carefull y w atched by other college executives, and its success has resulted in the engagement of Dr. Edward D. l\1eyers, who next year will devote hi full tim e to this co urse. At th e seco nd m eeting of the Carilloneurs Guild of

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held at Ottawa last September, Dr. O gilby, wh o was largely responsibl e fo r th e formation of the Guild, gave a recital on the ca rillon. H e has since been instrum ental in bringin g about a series of organ recitals in th e chapel during March and April, including recitals by Ern e t White, Carl M cKinley, " TilJiam Self, Clarence Watters, and other emin ent A merican orga nists. As a member of the G overnor's Commission on Safety on Pu blic Hig hways, Dr. O gilby has worked dilige ntly throughout the year in an effort to diminish the number of accidents whi~h occur annually on C onn ecticut highways. "Tres F allaces R eges," a Christmas play which was presented m the chapel in D ecember was a g reat success. The chapel is the President's prid e and joy, and tfr. l\IJ:ather's perma nent endowment, recently a nnoun ced, provid es for the upkeep of the beautiful build ing in the future. Dr. O gilby is chairman of the Scholarship Committee of th e H arvard Club of Connecticut, is on the executive committee of the Twentieth Century Club, and is a charter member of th e Societas L atin e Loquentium, a dinner club composed of L atin scholars. The club meets twice a month, and conversation is carried on in L atin.


DR. REM SE N BRINKERHOFF 0 GILBY, B.D., LL.D.

President


FACULTY HENRY AuGusTus PERKINs, Sc.D .

Jarvis Professor of Physics ....... ................ .

. ..55 For est Street

GusTAV ADOLPH KLEENE, PH.D.

Professor of Economics .. ..

. .. .. ................. . ......... 689 Asylum Avenue

CHARLEs EDWIN RoGERs, M.C .E .

Professo?· of Civil Engineering ... .. .... ... ..... ... ·33 Concord Street, West H artford HoRACE CHENEY SwAN, M.D .

P1·ofessor of Physiology and Hygiene .... ... .. ........... .

orth Whitney Street

ARTHUR ADAMS, PH . D .

P1·ofessor of English, Librarian, and R egistrar ...... .... . .

. .. .. 7 3 Vern on Street

LEROY CARR BARRET, PH.D.

Professor of the Latin L anguage and L iteratw·e ... 31 Arundel Ave ., W. Hartford EDWARD FRANK HUMPHREY, PH.D.

Northam Professor of History and Political Science ..... . ·3 r Jort h Whitney Street ODELL SHEPARD, PH . D . , LrTT.D .

I ames f. Goodwin Professor of English Lite1·ature .. .... ...... .. ... .69 Vernon Street HAROUTUNE MuGuRDICH DADOURIAN, PH.D .

Seabw·J' Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy . .... I 25 Vernon Street EDWARD LEFFINGWELL TROXELL, PH.D.

... 49 Auburn Road, \Vest Hartford

Professor of G eology VERNON KRIEBEL KRIEBLE, PH.D .

Scovill Projesso1· of Chemistry .

.. 102

North Beacon Street

MoRsE SHEPARD ALLEN, PH . D.

Associate Professor of English Secretary of the F acuity .

. ··· 3 Fern Street

HARRY Tooo CosTE LLO, PH.D.

Brownell Professor of Philosophy

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Seabury Hall, Trinity College

Lours HAsTINGS NAYLOR, PH . D .

Assistant P1·ofessor of Romance Languages ..... .......... .... .... ... .... 2 5 Gillette Street STERLING BISHOP SMITH, PH.D .

Assistant Professo1· of Chemistry ...... .... .... ... ...... 28 Lorraine Street, Wethersfield

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FACULTY ARTHUR PEHR RoBERT WAoLUNo, PH.D.

Assistant Professor of Phy sics .... ........... . RAY

I 6o Clearfi eld Road, Wethersfield

OosTING, M.Eo.

Director of Physical Education

.... 45 Cumberland Street

THOMAS H UME BISSONNETTE, PH.D.

J. Pierpont Morgan Pmfessor of Biology

... 55 Center Street, \Vethersfield

ARCHIE RoY BANGs, PH.D .

Professor of Germanic L anguages .. ............ 24 Montclair Drive, West Hartford RoBERT BINES \VooowARo H uTT, PH.D. Professor of Psychology

......... I 2 3 Vern on Street

THURMAN LossoN Hooo; PH.D.

D ean and Assistant Professor of English

.... 7 I Vernon Street

JosEPH CoRNELIUs CLARKE, B.P.E.

Assistant Direct01· of Physical Education .... .

. ...... 20 Curtiss Street

CARL LEWIS ALTMAIER, PH.D.

A ssistant Pt·ofessor of P sychology

. ......... I 4 Seabury Hall, Trinity College

'VILLIAM CLARK HELMBOLD, PH.D.

Assistant Professor of Latin and Greek

........ ... . 722 Asylum Avenue

ALFRED KINe MITCHELL, PH.D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

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CLARENCE EvERETT W ATTER , M .Mus.

Organist and I nstructor in Music

........ 25 Auburn Road, West H artford

IRWIN ALFRED BuELL, PH.D.

D irector of E xtension and I nstructor in History ... 30 Woodrow St., \V. Hartford BLANCHARD WILLIAM MEANS, PH.D.

I nstructor in Philosophy .... ....... .... .

. ...... 50 Arnoldale Road, \Vest Hartford

DANIEL EDWARD JESSEE, M.A.

Assistant Director of Physical

Edt~cation ..... I I 4

Raymond Road, \Vest Hartford

PHILIP ELBERT TAYLOR

lnstru cto1· in Economics

....... 299 Washington Street 1"'I


FACULTY EnwARn DunLEY TIBBITS Po usLAND, PH.D.

Assistant Professor of R omance Languages.

. ....... 662 Farmington Avenue

WALTER EnwiN McCLouD, M.A.

I nstructor in Physical Education ..

. ....... 194 Fairfield Avenue

HowARD DANIEL DooLITTLE, PH.D. Iew Britain Avenue

I nstructor in Physics . .... ....... . ARTHUR HowARD HuGHEs, PH.D.

I nstructor in G erman .....

. .................. I

4 Seabury Hall, Trinity College

J. WENDELL BuRGER, PH.D.

........ 48 Fairfield Avenue

I nstructor in Biology ..... . CHARLES EDGAR CUNNINGHAM, B.A.

I nstructor in His tory .....

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OTOPOULOS, M.A. JAMES ANASTASIO$ Instructor in Greek . .. ....................... . .... ....... .......... ..... 282 Washington Street EDWARD REDMOND ATKINSON, PH.D.

I nstructor in Chemistry .......... ... ...... .......................... , ... . I 6 7 \V ashington Street RoBERT LEMMON BuRwELL, PH.D.

I nstructo1· in C hem is try ..... .

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6 7 \V ashington Street

THOMAS LuTHER DowNES, JR., PH.D.

. ...... -48 Fairfield Avenue

Instructor in Math ematics ... ........ . JoHN FRANKLIN WYKOFF, M.A .

Instructor in Mathematics .....

................. ................. ... 48 Fairfield Avenue

HowARD CARTER WILEY

... ... 6 5 R obbins Drive, Wethersfield

Instructor in Drawing. A. EvERETT AusTIN, JR., B.A.

Instructor in Fine Arts ...

. .......................... I 30 Scarborough Road

HowARD GREENLEY, M .A., F .A.I.A . .... 22 Jarvis Hall, Trinity College

I nstructor in Fine Arts

KENDRICK GROBEL, PH.D. Instructor in German ... ................................ .... .. ...... ......... ... .... Stafford Springs

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FACULTY ROBERT PALMER WATERMAN, M .A .

Instructor in R omance Languages ... ..... .. .

. . . . . . . . . I 7 Haynes Street

HARRIS KING PRIOR, B.S.

A ssistant in English and Fine Arts ..

16 7 Washington Street

JACK TREVITHICK, M .A.

Assistant in English.

· · · · · · · · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 7 Allen Street

KARL AuGUST HoLsT, B.S.

Assistant in C hemistrJI.... ... .

I 99 Laurel Street

FREDERICK CHARLES DuENNBIER, B.S.

/l ssistant in Ch emistry .

9 49 \Vest B ouleva rd

WILLIAM PENDLETON ORRICK

Assistant in English ..... ........... . .... ...... . .... .

. ........... 4 Vern on Street

JAMES STEWART MARKS 0 GILVY, B.S.

Assistant in English .....

. ............... B- 32 Cook Dormitory

DANIEL BoND RisDoN, B.A .

Assistant in English ................... ..................... .......... B-32 Cook Dormitory LLOYD SLOAN RoGERs, B.S.

A ssistant in C hernistry ..

. ....... B - 32 Cook Dormitory

RoGER RICHMOND EAsTMAN

A ssistcnt to the President

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THOMAS SMITH Vl ADLOW

Alumni Secretary .................. .

. ......... .............. Berlin

F. DuDLEY CHAFFEE

Property _11,1 anager

... 396 Fairfield A venue

FRANCIS LUDWIG LUNDBORG, M.D .

A ssistant Medical Director

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Arlington Road

JAMES GoLDEN ToBIN, B .A.

A ssistant Cataloguer

. ............ 39 Connecticut Boulevard,

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DANIEL ALPERT

Bloomfi eld, Conn. ;\.1ajor Subj ects : Mathematics a nd Physics ; Athenaeum ( 2, 3, 4 ) , Secretary ( 3, 4 ) ; Social Problems Club (3) ; <.I?BK. Pr路epared at Bloomfield High School.

A LBERT S T EPHEN ANTHONY

H artford, Conn. M ajor Subj ect: History ; Political Science Club ( 2, 3) ; Junior Varsity Basketball (2, 3); ATK. Prepared at W eaver H igh School.

RoBERT PRIN G LY BAINBRIDGE

Hing ham, M ass. M ajor Subj ect: Philosophy ; Senate ( 4) ; Inter Frat. C ouncil ( 3, 4 ) , Secretary ( 4 ) ; Squash ( r, 2 , 3, 4 ), Captain ( 4 ) ; Secretary, I at. Intercollegiate Squash Racquets Assn. (3) , President, ( 4) ; 'I', KB<.I?.

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LAWRENCE MASON BALDWIN West H artford, Conn. Major Subj ects: Mathematics and Physics; Manager of Junior Varsity Swimming (3); L\<I>.

Transferred from R. P. I.

THEODORE AUGUST BALLIEN \Vest H artford, Conn. Major Subject: Pre-Medical; Jesters (3); Choir (I, 2, 3, 4); Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4); AXP.

PTepared at William Hall High School.

vVILLIAM NicKERso N BANcRoFT Boston, Mass. Major Subject:

History;

G erman

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JoHN D u NDAS BANK s

Hartford, C onn . Major Subject: Pre-Medical; Gl ee Club ( 1, 2, 3, 4-), Manager (4-); Choir ( 4); Soccer (1, 2, 3> 4-). Prepared at Wea ver H igh School.

PA u L H u MPHREY BARBO U R, JR.

Mission, South D akota. Major Subject: Pre-Medical; Athenaeum (2, 3); Rifl e Club (2 , 3) ; Assistant Manager of Soccer (2), Manager (3); ~<1> . Prepared at /( ent.

RoBERT SHEPARDSON BARRows

West H artford, Conn. Major Subject: Chemistry; Junior Varsity Basketball ( 2, 3) . Prepared at TtVilliam Hall H igh School.


JoHN WILB U R BAUER

Hartford, Conn. Major Subjects: Physics and Civil Engineering; Athenaeum (I, 2, 3); J esters (I, 2, 3, 4); Rifl e Club (I, 2); Junior Varsity Swimming (I) ; M anager of Junior. Varsity Basketball ( 4); Cross-Country (I, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Club; Intramural Athletic Committee (2, 3); ATK. Prepared at L oomis.

JoHN ARTH U R BELLis

K enn eth Square, P a. Major Subjects : Biology and Ch emistry; Gl ee Club (2, 3, 4); Varsity Swimming (2); Junior Varsity Swimming (I, 2); Track ( 1) ; L e C ercl e Francais

(3 , 4); T.C.C. Prepared at Kenneth C onsolirlqted High School.

J oE L !JAMS BRoOKE

Grantha m, P a. Major Subject: English; Medusa; Ch airman of Sophomore Dinin g Club; T1-ipod Board ( I ), Ad vertising Manager (2, 3); Jesters ( r, 2, 3), President ("4) ; Assistant Manager of Va rsity Football

(3 );

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BERN B u DD, JR.

Scarsdale, N.Y. M ajor Subject : History ; P olitical Science Club ( 3 ) ; Inter fraternity C ouncil (3) , Treasurer ( 4 ) ; Freshman Football; Va rsity F ootball (2) ; M anage r of Track (3) ; Va rsity Club; KE, KB<I>. Prepared at K ent.

P AU L EDWARD B u RDETT

En glewood,

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M ajor Subj ect: History ; Tripod Board ( 1, 2 ); Manage r of Junior Va rsity Basketball (3); 'l',

KB<T?. Prepared at St. 1 ames School.

FR E DE RIC K AND E RSO N C ALDERWOO D,

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Springfi eld, M ass . M ajor Subject: History ; P olitical Science Club ( 3 ) ; Interfraternity C oun cil (2 , 3) ; Pi G amma Mu; AXP. P1路epm路ed at Pittsfield H igh School.


PETER

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Hartford, Conn. l\1ajor Subject: E nglish. Prepared at Hartford High School.

Lours

CANTER

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: English . Prepared at H m路tfortl High School.

CLYDE CARLO CARTER

Windsor, Conn. Major Subjects: Chemistry and Biology; Club (3) . Prepared at ItVindsor High School.

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R oMEo A NTHON Y CAsTAGNo

H artfo rd , C onn . Major Subject: Pre- Medical; T rack ( I, 2, 3) ; Cross-Country ( I , 2, 3); Il Circolo D ante ( r , 2) ; Secretary-Treasurer of O ff-Campus Ieutral C lub. Prepared at H art ford H igh School.

E D wA R D So L o M o N C o L TO N

H artfo rd, Conn. Major Subj ects : Chemistry and Biology ; Athenaeum ( 4 ) ; Ma nager of T ennis ( 3) . Prepared at Weaver H igh School.

SIDNE Y L EO CR AME R

H artford , Conn. M ajor Subject : Pre-Medical; Varsity Football (3, 4 ) ; Junior Varsity Basketball ( I, 2) ; T rack ( I, 2) ; Varsity Club . P1路epared at H artfm路d H igh School.

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E uGENE JosEPH D'A NGELO Southington, C onn. 1\fajor Subj ect: Pre-Medical ; Varisty Footba ll (2, 3, 4); Freshm an F ootball; Varsity Cl ub ; T. C.C.

Prt'pared at L e~is H igh School.

J AMES V ERN ON D AVIS H art fo rd , Co nn. Ma jor Su bject: Ci vil E ngin ee ring ; Sopho more H op C ommittee; T1路ipod Boa rd ( 1, 2) ; A thenae um ( r , 2 , 3, 4 ); J esters ( r, 2, 3) ; E ng inee ring Clu b ( 4 ) ; G olf T ea m (2); LN.

Prepared at T11 enver H igh School.

RAYMOND HENRY D EXTER, JR. R ocky Hill, C onn. Major Subj ect: E conomics; Senate ; P olitical Science Club ( 4 ) ; Track ( r, 2) ; Socce r (2 , 3, 4 ); President o拢 Commons Club (4 ) ; T.C .C.

Prepared at W ethersfield H igh School.


JOSEPH RICHARD DILLON Elmwood, Conn. M ajor Subj ect: Philo ophy ; ATK.

Prepared at Portland High School.

Ons BARRETT DrMoN Wethersfield, C onn. Major Subj ect: English.

Prepared at TVethersfield H igh School.

JAMEs FRANCis DoNOH UE V.Tilson, Conn. Major Subj ects: tla th ematics and Civil E ngin eering ; A th enaeum ( r, 2 , 3, 4 ); Jesters (3, 4 ) ; Soccer ( I ) ; Engineering Club ( 4 ).

Prepared at L oomis .


]AMEs JosEPH DoNOH UE

vVethersfield, Conn . Major Subjects: P olitical Science and Economics. Prepm路ed at TVethersfield High School

MELVIN RICE D ow

Rockvill e C enter, L. I.,

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Major Subject: Eco nomics ; P ol itica l Science Club ( 4); 路 Gl ee C lub ( 4); Ch oir ( 4 ) ; 'fir. Tr路ansferred fr路om N nssau Collegiate Center.

PHILIP FRANCis DowNEs

Hazard ville, Conn. Major Subject: History ; P olitical Science Club (2, 3, 4 ) ; Freshman Football; Baseball ( I, 2, 3, 4); Pi Gamma Mu. Prepared at K ent .

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\VrLLIAM JosEPH DuNN Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: The Classics. Transferred from St. Thomas' Seminary.

HowARD AxEL EosTROM \Vest Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Civil Engineering; Junior Prom Committee; Varsity Football (3, 4); Junior Varsity Basketball (3); Varsity Club; ~N. Transferred from L ouisiana State .

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IooNAN EGAN

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: The Classics; Chess Club ( r, 2) Prepared at Kingswood.

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THOMAS HELION FANNIN G

Hartford, Conn. l\.lajor Subjects: History and Economics ; Editorin-Chief of Ivy; Tripod Board ( r, 2 , 3) ; J esters ( 2, 3, 4 ); Glee Club (I) ; Accompanist ( 2) ; J unior Varsity Swimming (r, 2, 3, 4 ) ; Senior Ball Committee.

Prepared at Hartford H igh School.

FRAN C I S AN G EL US F E RR UCCI

Southin gton, C onn. M ajor

Subj ect:

Chemistry ;

Varsity

Basketball

( I, 2) , Captain (3) ; Va rsity Base ball ( I, 2); Va rsity Club; T.C.C .

Prrpared at L ewis H igh School.

IRVIN G FIEN

H artford, C onn. :\1ajor Subject: Biology.

Prepared at Bulkeley H igh School.

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JoHN c_oNDREN FLYNN

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Pre-Medical; Athenaeum ( r, 2), Treasurer (3) , President (4); P olitical Science Club (3); Interfraternity C ouncil (3, 4 ); J esters (2, 3, 4-); ATK. Prepared at L oomis .

KIN GS LEY WILLIAM FRENCH

Torriilgton, Conn . Majo r Subjects: Chemistry and Mathematics; J unior Prom Committee; Sophomore H op C ommittee ; Athenaeum (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (2, 3) ; Junior Varsity Swimming ( r, 2, 3); Track ( r, 2); CrossCountry ( r, 2, 3); WY. P1路eparrd at Jl,f anchester H igh School.

RoBERT TowN SE ND GAGNON

H artford, C onn. Major Subjects: Biology and Ch emistry; Soccer (2 , 3) . Prepared at H artford H igh School.


HowARD ADAMS GAL E

H artford, C onn. M ajor Su bjects : Civil Engin ee ring; R adio Club ( 3, 4); Enginee ring Club ( 4) . Prepared at B ulkeley Hig h Scho_ol 路

RIC H ARD HENRY GILLESP I E , JR .

Stamford, C onn . M ajor Subj ects: History and Eco nomics ; Political Science Club ( 3, 4) , Vice-presid ent ( 4) ; Track ( I, 2, 4); Vice-President of Pi G amma Mu; T.C.C. Tm nsferred f1路om W orcester T ech.

Jos EPH A L F RE D LowRY GR ECO

H a rtford, C o nn. l\1aj or Subj ects: History a nd Economics ; J esters (1, 2, 3, 4 ) ; II Circolo D a nte ( 1, 2, 3, 4 ) ; Varsity Football (2) ; T.C.C. Prepared at B ulkeley H igh School.

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\VILSO N HAIGHT

J3landford, M ass . Majo r Subject : Economics; Sophomore Dinin g Club; Varsity Football (2, 3, 4 ); Fres hman F ootball; Basketba 11 ( 3) ; Junior Varsity Basketball ( I, 2); Track ( I, 2), Captain (3), Co-Captain ( 4) ; Varsity Club; Senior Ball Committee; Intramural Athletic Committee (4); 'l'Y. Prepared at Central High School.

ALEXANDER VAN CoRTLANDT H AMILTON

orwa lk, C onn . Ma jor Subject: History; Athenaeum (2), Treasurer (3, 4 ); P olitical Science Club (2); SecretaryTreasurer ( 4 ); Assistant Manager of Varsity Football (2 , 3); Manager of Freshman Football; Assistant Manager of Va rsity Basketball (2); Assistant Manager of Track ( I, 2); M anage r of Varsity and Fre, hman Cro s-Country (4); Pi G amm a Mu;

T.C.C. Prepared at South K ent School .

ALBE RT EDWIN H ASKELL

' V ethersfi eld, Conn. Major Subject: Economics; P olitical Science Club (3, 4); Soccer (3, 4); Class Statistician; Pi G amma Mu. Prepared at T짜 ethers field H igh School.


RoBERT SHULTIS H AZE NB US H

Kingston, l\fajor Subject: (1, 2); ~N.

. Y.

1athematics; Choir (r); Track

Prepared at K ingston High School.

JAMES HENDERSO N, JR.

\ Vashington, D. C. Major Subject: English; Class Presid ent ( 1, 2, 3); Presid en t of Senate; Sophomore Dining Club; Junior Prom Committee ; Sophomore H op Committee; G erman Club; I vy Board; Tripod Board ( r, 2), Assign m ent Editor (3) , Managing Editor ( 4); P olitical Science Club ( 2, 3); Interfra ternity C ouncil (4); Varsity Football (2, 3), Manager (4) ; Freshm~n Football; Assistant Manager of Swimming (3) ; Baseball (2, 3) ; Va rsity Club; Senior Ball Com mittee ; Athletic A dvisory Committee ( 4) ; President Student Body (4); College l\larshal (3);

AXP.

FRANK LAWR ENCE H E RTEL

H artford, Conn. l\Iajo r Subject: Civil Engineering; Jesters (2 , 3, 4); Radio Club (3, 4). Prepared at H artford H igh School.

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WILLIAM G oo DSELL H u LL

Bristol, C o nn. M ajor Subj ects: M ath ematics a nd Physics ; Freshma n F ootball; Socce r ( 2, 3, 4 ); Track ( I, 2, 3, 4 ) ; Varsity Club; Ma nage r of Va rsity Basketball (4); Senate ; Sec retary of Enginee rin g Cl ub ( 4) ; J unior Prom Comm ittee ; Senior Ball C omm ittee ; VicePresident of Class (3, 4 ) ; ATK, <l>BK. Prepared at Bristol H iJ;h School

R OBE RT .MU RN A N E K ELLY

H a rtford, C onn. M ajor Su bjects: Economics a nd History ; Pi G amma Mu . Prepm路ed at H artford H igh School.

M ILTO N L EO N A RD K oB ROSKY

Sprin gfi eld, M ass . Majo r Subj ect : Pre-Medical; Cla s Vice-Presid ent ( I, 2), Secreta ry-Treas urer ( 3) , Presid ent ( 4 ) ; Sop homore Di ning Cl ub; Junior P ro m C ommittee; Rifle C lu b (3); Varsity Footba ll (2) , C a ptain (3, 4 ) ; C aptain of F res hma n Footba ll; Varsity Basketba ll ( I, 2, 3, 4 ); Va rsity Base ball ( 1, 2, 3, 4 ) ; Varsity Clu b; Sen ior Ball C ommittee. P repared at Classical H igh Schpol.

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PAUL CAYAYA LAU S

Philippin e Islands. Major Subject: The Classics; Junior Varsity Swimming (1); Track (1, 2, 3); T.C.C. Prepared at Springfield Center High School.

EDWARD JAMES LE HAN

Hartford, Conn. Major Subj ects: P olitical Science and Economics. Prepared at Har tford H igh School.

GEORGE JOSE PH LEPAK

Hartford, C onn. Major Subj ects: Political Science and Economics; Class Secretary-Treas urer ( 4); A thenaeum ( 4); Political Science Club ( 4) ; Freshman Football; ~BK.

Prepared at H art fo rd H igh School.

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CARL vVrLLIAM LrNDE LL

\Vest H artford, C onn . Major Subj ects: Economics a nd History ; Junior Prom C ommittee ; Varsity Club; Varsity Football (2, 3); Freshma n Football; ~N . Prepared at William H all High School.

Lours ADAM S LITTLE

Ashburnham, Mass. Major Subj ect: History; Sophomore Dining Club; ] unior Prom Committee; Sophomore H op Com mittee ; G erman Club; I vy Boa rd; P olitical Science Club (3, 4 ); Rifl e Club (2) ; Freshman Footballj Varsity Swimming ( r, 2, 4 ); Track (2, 3); Varsity Club; Senior Ball C ommittee ; Intermural Athletic C ommittee ( 4) ; 'l'. Pre_pm路ed at L enox School.

JoHN THOMAS LLOYD

Atlan tic City, N . ] . Major Subject: Pre-Medical; Glee Club (2, 3); Varsity Trainer (4); ATK. Pt路eparerl at Atlantic CitJI H igh School.

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GEoRGE LuciUs LusK, JR. Hartford, Conn. Major Subjects: Economics and History ; Pi Gamma Mu .

Prepared at Farmington High School.

WILB UR W ALTO::-< LYNCH Brooklyn, N. Y . Major Subj ect: L atin; Freshman Football; Junior Varsity Basketball ( r); L e C ercle Francais; T.C.C.

Prepared at G ett)' sburg A eadem)' .

JoHN STEELE MARTIN

'iV aterbury, C onn. Major Subj ect: Ch emistry; President of L e C ercl e Francais (3, 4); ~X. Transferred f1'017~ R oanoke College.

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EDWARD CHARLES

MAY,

JR.

Buffalo, N.Y. 1ajor Subject: Greek; Junior Varsity Swimming

(1, 2); Soccer (I);

~<I>.

Prepared at Nichols School.

\VILLIAM JoHN McCARTHY, JR.

Hartford, Conn. Maj or Subj ects: Ch emistry and Biology; Gl ee Club (2, 3, 4); Varsity Football (2, 3, 4); Freshman Football; Varsity Baseball (2). Preparf'd at Bulkeley High SchooL.

THOMAs BERNARD McDERMOTT, JR.

Bloomfield, Conn. \faj or Subject: English; Glee Club (I, 2, 3);

L\XP. Pr f'parNl at Hartford High School.


FRANCis JoHN McVANE

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: The Classics; Political Science Club

(4); 1.H K. Prepared at Hartford High School

ORMAN HuBBARD GILLETTE l\1ooRE

West Hartford, Conn. Major- Subject: History; Varsity Football (2); Freshman Football; Assistant :M anager of Varsity Basketball (3); Cross-Country (3); Pi Gamma Mu; 11<1>.

ARTHUR WILSON MouNTFORD

ew Rochelle, r. Y . Major Suhject: English; Sophomore Dining Club; Varsity Basketball (2, 3, 4); Junior Varsity Basketball (I); Track (I, 2, 3, 4); Cross-Country (1, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Club; 11<1>. Prepared at TrinifJ' School.

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'

WILLIA M FRAN Ci s M u RPHY

H a rtford, C onn. M ajor Subject: L atin; '1 rack ( I, 2 ) ; Cross-CoLmtry ( 1, 2) . Prepared at H artford High School.

THE O DORE FREDERIC !<- M usG RAV E

Hartford, Conn. M ajor Subject : Chemistry ; Glee Club ( 1, 2 , 3, 4 ) ; Librarian (2 , 3) ,Presid ent (4); Choir ( 1, 2,3,4). Prepared at Hartford H igh School.

CLIFFORD C o LMER NELSO N

Bayonne,

. ].

M ajor Subject: E nglish; Senate ; ] un ior Prom C ommittee; Interfratern ity Coun cil ( 3, 4 ); Freshman F ootball ; Va rsity Basketball (2 , 3, 4 ) ; Junior Varsity Basketball ( 1) ; Varsity Club; Senior Ball Committee ; Intramural Athletic Committee (2 , 3 ) ; ~<I>,

KB<l>. Prepared at B ayonne High School.


DANIEL LocKwooD Brooklyn,

EWLANDs, JR. . Y.

Major Subject: English; I vy Board; Glee Club (r, 2, 3, 4); .-\ccompanist (1, 2), Assistant Director (3, 4); .-\ssistant Choirmaster ( 2, 3, 4); Student Organist (1, 2, 3, 4); XP.

Prepared at Emsmus High School.

ALVIN RAYNHAM

IIELSEN

Hartford, Conn. Major Subj ect: Pre-M edical; Vice- President of Commons Club (4); T.C.C. P1路epared at Bulkeley H igh School.

EDwiN NoRMAN NILSON Rocky Hill, Co.nn . Major Subjects: Mathematics and Physics;

Prepared at W tithers field High School.

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WILLIAM REED O'BRYON

Albany, N . Y. M ajor Subjects: History and Economics ; P olitical Science Club ( 3 ) ; Va rsity Club; Va rsity Basketball (2, 3) ; Varsity Baseball ( r) ; Soccer (r, 2) , Captain ( 3 ) ; Intramural Athletic Committee (2 , 3) ; T enni (3 , 4 ) , C aptain ( 4 ) ; Sec retary of Se nate; Senior Ball Committee ; KB<P, ~KE. P1路eparerl at A lbmtJ"

Higl~

School.

JosEP H B E N E DICT O'C o NNE LL

H artford, Conn. Major Su bject: Mo dern L ang uages ; Glee Club ( 4 ) ; Choir ( 4 ) ; L e Cercle Francais (3, 4 ) , Secretary ( 4 ) . Tramferr;:rl j1路om St. Th omas' Seminary.

A N DRE W H E R BER T O L DER

W estbrook, C onn. M ajor Subject : E nglish. Prepared at W illiam H all H igh School.


JoHN JAM ES 0LSHESK Y

East H artford, C onn . Major Subj ect: Civil Engineering. Prepared at East Hartfo rd High School.

ARTHUR BR UCE ONDER DONK

Balboa H eights, Canal Z one, P anama. Major Subject: Civil E ngin ee ring ; Class Treas路urer ( I, 2) ; Sophomore Dinin g Club; Interfraternity C ouncil (3, 4 ); Varsity Swimming ( I, 2, 3, 4), Captain ( 4); Soccer ( 1, 2, 3, 4); Varsity Club; Senior Ball C ommittee ; Secretary of Athletic Advisory C ommittee (3), Presid en t ( 4); Intramural Athletic C ommittee (3); Preside nt of Engineering Club (4) ; AMI>. Prepared at B alboa H igh School.

RoBERT Ross P A RK E R, JR.

Hartford, Conn. Major Subj ects: Economics and History; Senate; Sophomore Dinin g Club; Varsity Football ( 2, 3, 4); Freshman Football; Varsity Baseball ' (I, 2, 3, 4), Co-Captain ( 4); Varsity Club. P1路epared at L oomis.

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R AYMO ND STANTON PATTON, JR.

\Vash ingto n, D. C. Major Subj ect: English路; Class Vice -Presid ent (2); Senate ; M edusa ; Sopho more Dinin g Club; Jun ior Prom C ommittee; Sophomore H op Committee; G erman Club; Iv y Boa rd; Tripod Boa rd (I, 2, 3, 4), Assign m ent E ditor (2 , 3) , Editor- in -C hief . (3 , 4); Interfraternity Cou ncil; J esters (I, 2) Pu blicity M anager (3); Rifl e Club ( 1, 2, 3), Secretary-Treasurer ( 2); Junior Varsity Basketb:-tll ( I, 2); Varsity Baseba ll ( 1, 2, 3, 4 ), C aptain (3); C o-Captain ( 4) ; Soccer ( I ); Varsity Club Prepm路ed at St. ALbans SchooL.

wr.

ROBERT HENRY PAYNE

Brookl yn,

I.

Y.

Major Subject : Philosophy; Interfraternity Council ( 3) ; Jesters ( I, 2, 3, 4 ) ; Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4) ; Freshm an Football; AXP . Prep'arerl at BrookLyn T eclmical H igh School.

ViTILLIAM K vE N PAYN TER

Coatesville, P a. Major Subject: English; f.vy Board; Tripod Board (1, 2), Business Manager (3), Managing Editor (4); J esters (2, 3, 4 ); A~<I> . .

so

Prepared at Episcopal A cademJ'路


RonERT

\V ALSH

PENFIELD

Hartford, Conn. Major Subj ects: History and Philosophy; Political Science C lub ( 3), Presiden t ( 4); Glee Club ( 2, 3路 4); Varsity Football (2, 3); Freshman Footb::ll; Manager of Varsity Swimming ( 4); Junior Varsity Swimming ( I) ; Varsity Club; Intramural Athletic Council (3, 4 ); Pi Gamma Mu . P,路e 1~arerl at Bulkeley High School.

Junso N STEPHEN RAMAKER

South Glastonbury, Co nn. M ajor Subject: History; Political Science Club ( 4 ); Gl ee Club (4); Junior Va rsity Basketball (3);

AXP. P1路epared at Glastonbury H igh School.

BRUCE BEACH RANDALL, JR.

Brid ge water, Conn. l\fajor Subject: The Cl assics; I v y Boa rd; CrossCountry ( 1); L e C ercle Francai. (3, 4 ) ; J esters

(I, 2, 3> 4) j T.C.C. Prepared at }(ent.

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ANDREW HARRY SANTOORJIAN

H artford, C onn. Major Subjects: Biology and Chemistry; Business Manager of the Ivy, Jesters (3); Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Libraria n (3); Choir (2, 3, 4 ); Vice-President of Off-Campus Neutrals. Prepared at H artford H igh School.

M I HAEL JoHN ScENT!

H artford, Conn . Major Subject: Enginee ring ; II Circolo Dante (I, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3), Presid ent ( 4); Freshman Football; Varsity Basketball ( 3) ; Junior Varity Basketball ( r , 2) . Prepared at H artford High School

PHILIP THOMPSON ScHARF

ewark, N.J. Major Subjects: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry; Freshman Football; Soccer (2, 3). Prepared at Trinity School.

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FRANCIS LAURENCE SMITH East H artford, C onn. Major Subject: English; Athenaeum (I); J esters (2), Stage Manage r (3, 4 ) ; Glee Club (2 , 3); AXP.

Prepared at L oomis.

HowARD THOMAS SToRMs, JR. Ie w York City,

. Y.

Major Subj ect: History; Tripod Board (2 , 3); Political Science Club (3) ; J esters (3); Gl ee Club ( 3); Junior Varsity Basketball ( I, 2 , 3, 4 ) ; Varsity Baseball ( I ); T ennis ( 2, 3) ; Cross-Country

(I). Prepared at Trinit)' School.

V\TILLIAM STYRING, JR. Southing ton, Conn. Major Subj ect: Pre-Med ical ; T.C.C. Prepm路ed at L ewis H igh School.

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WILLIAM COLEMAN TAYLOR

\Vet H a rtford, Conn. M ajor Subject: E ngl ih; Track (2); Soccer ( 1). Prepared at William H all High School.

EDWARD LYON THOMPSO N

N ew York, N . Y . Major Subj ect: English; Junior Prom Committee ; Sophomore Hop C ommittee ; I vy Boa rd; J esters ( 1);

t1KE, KB<l>.

JoHN STEVENs TYNG

Newburyport, Mass. lV1ajor Subjects: French an d G erma n; Sophomore H op Committee; I vy Board; Tripod Board (3); Jesters ( r, 2, 3), Production Ma nage r (4); Junior Varsity Swimming (1,2,3); Soccer (r, 2,3);

At1<1>. P1路epared at Kent .

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\VILLIAM URBAN

Oceanport, N. ]. Major Subject: Philosophy; Interfraternity C o uncil (3); ~N.

Prepared at G eorge School.

RICHARD WELD

w AMSLEY

New Roch ell e, r. Y. M ajor Subj ects: Gree k and English; J esters (3); Sea bury Society.

Prepm路ed at New R ochelle High School.

JOHN CHES"T"ER \VARNER, JR.

H artford, Conn. l\Iajor Subject: English; G erma n Club; Track

(I, 2, 3); Nl'. Pt路epared at Kingswood.

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LuTHER. BARTON WILSON,

III.

Baltimore, Md. Major Subjects: English and Philosophy; Class Secretary-Treasurer (3); Chairman of Junior Prom Committee; G erman Club; I vy Board; Tripod Boa rd (r, 2, 3, 4); J esters (r, 2, 3, 4); Rifl e Club ( r, 2), Secretary-Treasurer (3); Track (2) ; Chairman of Senior Ball Committee ; 'l'Y . Prepared at B oys' Latin School.

\VrLLIAM LoRIN G WINSHIP

Hartford, Conn. l\1ajor Subjects: French and German; Le Cercle Francais ( 4); Junior Varsity Swimming (I, 2). Pr路epared at Bulkeley High School.

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JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS Christmas T erm RoBERT

D.

O'MALLEY... . .... . ..... . .. .. . . ... . .

FRANCIS

G.

JACKSON ....... . ... . ... . . . . . . . .. . .. . ... .... ......... . . Vice-President

WILLIAM

H.

WILSON .. .

. ....... . .. P1路esident

..Secretor}' - T1路easurer Trinity T erm

ROBERT

D.

O'MALLEY

............ .P1路esident

G. JAC KSON ........................ . .................... Vice-President WILLIAM H. \VILSO N ....... . . ... . ... Secretary-Treasurer FRANCis

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ERIC ARTHUR ANDERSON

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Civil En gineering ; Class President (2); Sophomore Dinin g Club (2, 3); Junior Prom Committee ; Sophomore H op Committee ; Freshma n Football ; Varsity Swimming (I, 2, 3); Varsity Club; Engineerin g Club (3). Prepared at B ulkeley H igh School

LoRENZO MoRAY ARMSTRONG, JR.

Rhin ebeck, N.Y. M a jor Subject: Pre-m edical; I vy Board; T1路ipod Board, Assignmen t Editor (3) , Editor-in-chief (3); Junior Varsity Swimming (2, 3); Manage r of Baseball (3); Flying Club ( I); KB<P; ~KE. Prepared at H oldemess School

J osEP H G usTAv AsTMAN

H a rtford, Conn. Major Subject: Modern L anguages; Junior Varsity Basketball ( I, 2) ; Track ( I, 2) ; Cross-Country (I); Varsity Club. Prepared at Hart ford H igh School


EDWARD RoBERT B ARLow

H artford, Conn. Major Subj ects: Economics a nd Classics; Junior Prom Committee; Freshman Football; Track ( 2, 3); Cross-Country (3); Pi G amma Mu. Prepared at L oomis I nstitute

PHILIP BAY E R

H a rtford, Conn. l\1ajor Subj ects: English and Philosophy. Prepm路erl nt TV eaver High School

TH OMAS DILLIN GHAM BENSO N

Tew York,

. Y.

l\fajor Subject: Pre-medica l; Co-manager of Track (3); Squash (2, 3); L\KE. Prepared at Choate School

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CARL JoHN BERG

West Hartford, Conn. ryia jor Subject : Chemistry; Freshman Football. Pr路epared at lVilliam H all H igh School

WILLIAM FABENS BoLES

Marblehead, Massachusett Major Subj ect: Greek; J esters (2, 3); G :ee Cluh

c1, 3 ); wr.

Prepared at K ent School

J o HN DANIEL BRENNAN, JR.

East Hartford, Conn. Major Subjects: History and Philosophy; Track ( 1, 2, 3); Varsity Club ( 1, 2) . Prepared at East H artfod H igh School

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\VESLEY ADOLPHUS CARCAUD

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: English.

P1路epared at Bulkeley H igh School

]AMES MARREN CARROLL

Bloomfield, Conn. Major Subject: History.

P1路epared at Bloomfield High School

]AMES FRANCIS CARTY, JR.

Newington, Conn. Major Subject: Pre-m edical; Athenaeum (r, Secretary ( 2) ; ~N.

Prepared at St. Thomas' Seminary

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2,

3),


LuoMIL AoAM CHOTKOWSKI

Newington, Conn. Major Subject: Pre-medica l; Varsity Football (3); Track (3); ATK. Prepared at New Britain High School

D uDLEY }EWELL CLAPP, JR.

Weth ersfield, Conn. Major Subjects: History and Economics; I vy Board; Athenaeum (2, 3), Vice-president (3); Political Science Club (3), Secretary (3); Soccer

(1, 2, 3); T.C.C. Prepared at TV ethers field High School

RoBERT CoNNAR

rew Y ork, N.Y. Major Subject: History; J esters (1, 2, 3); Varsity Swimming (2, 3); Junior Varsity Swimming (r); Varsity Club; Intramural Athletic Council (3); Flyin g Club ( 2) ; AXP. Prepared at G eorge Washington High School


ERNEST SH EAGREN CoRso H a rtford, Conn. Major Subj ects : Economics and History .

Prepared at B ulkeley High School

RoswELL McLEAN CRANE Bloomfi eld, Conn. Major Subj ect : Pre-m ed ical; ATK. Prepan~d

at R ockville H igh School

EvERETT TH OMAs CRoss New Britain, Conn. Major Subjects: Civil E ngin eering and Physic ;

T.C.C. Prepared at New B1路itnin High School


GEORGE WILLIAM CULLENEY,

II

\Vilmington, Del. Major Subject: Greek; Kappa Beta Phi; Glee Club (I, 2, 3); Choir ( 1, 2, 3); Freshman Football; Track (I) j

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Prepm路ed at St. Andrew's School

HARLEY THOMPSON DAVIDSON

West H artford, Conn. Major Subject: Civil Engineering; Track (r); Soccer (I, 2, 3); Inter-fraternity Manager (3); Intramural Athletic Council (3); ATK.

Prepared at Itflilliam Hall High School

JoHN RALPH DEMONTE

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Chemistry; Freshman Football; Varsity Football ( 2) ; Circolo Dante (I, 2, 3). Prepared at Bulkeley High School


DoMINic ANTHONY DICORLETO

Hartford, Conn. Major Subjects : History and Economics; Ath enaeum (3); Co-manager of Track (3); occer (I). Prepared at T짜 eaver H igh School

TIMOTHY

0'

ElL FANNING

Hartford, Conn. Major Subjects: History and Economics; Business Manager of the I vy (3); Tripod Board (2, 3); Advertising Manager (3); Varsity Swimming (r, 2, 3); Varsity Club (2, 3). Prepared at H artforrl High School

ERNEST BURGESS FREEMAN,

Maplewood,

.

]R.

J.

Major Subject: English; Seabury Society (3). Prepared at Columbia High School

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HENRY MELVILLE FuLLER

Mancheste r,

. H.

Major Subject: English; G erman Club (2, 3); Political Science Club ( r, 2, 3); 'l'Y. Transferred from H arvard. Prepared at St. Paul's School

RoBERT ALLEN GILBERT

Ridley P a rk, P a. Major Subject: English; Jesters (2, 3); P olitical Science Club (2, 3); ~ 1. Prepared at R idley Park High School

HERBERT GLADSTEIN

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Pre-medical. Prepared at Weaver H igh School

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BENJAMIN GLOBMAN

Hartford, Conn. Major Subjects: History and Economics.

Prepared at H artfm路d High School

CHARLEs MATTHEW GoDDARD

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Chemistry; Freshman Football; Varsity Football ( 2) .

Prepared at Bulkeley High School

JAMES BERNIE GRAy

East Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Mathematics.

Tmnsferred from Hartford Federal College


ERNEST SHERMAN GRISWOLD

Hartford, Conn . Major Subject : 1athematics and Physics. Prepm路ed at W' eaver High School

WILBER RoE GRiswoLD

~T ethersfield,

Conn.

Major Subject: Mathematic. Prepm路ed at TV ethers field High School

STANLEY JosEPH GRuDziN SKI

H artford, Conn. 1ajor Subject: History; ATK. Pt路eparerl nt Hm路tforrl High School

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FRANK ANDREW HAGARTY

H artford, Conn. Major Subjects: Economics and History ; Iv y Board (3); Political Science Club (2 , 3); J esters (2, 3); Glee Club ( I, 2, 3); Choir ( I, 2, 3); Pi Gamma Mu. Prepared at B ulkeley H igh School

SPENCER H ALL

East H artford, C onn. l\lajor Subject : Eng lish. Prepared at E ast H artford High School

CHARLES THOM AS H AR RIS

Bristol, Conn. Major Subject: History; Freshman Football; Junior Varsity Swimming ( I ); T ennis ( I, 2, 3) . Prepared at Bristol High School


CARL RoYDON HoDGDON, JR.

Hartford, Conn. Major Subjects: Latin and French; Junior Prom Committee (3); Sophomore Hop Committee (2); Inter-fraternity Council; Jesters; Freshman Football; Junior Varsity Swimming (2, 3); Track (I, 2, 3); Varsity Club; Le C ercle Francais (2); L'1KE. Prepared at L oomis Institute

ERICK IN GVAR HOEGBERG

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Chemistry; Inter-fraternity Council (3); Soccer (2, 3); ATK. Prepared at Whitlock S~hool, Sto ckholm

EAL FRANKLIN HoLMGREN

YVest Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: History; Glee Club (2, 3); Junior Varsity Basketball (2); L . Transferred from Lake Forest College. Prepared at E vanston H igh School


EDWARD CHARLES HORN

West Hartford, Conn. Major Subject : Pre-medical; Freshman Football; Track (I, 2) . Prepared at "WilLiam HalL High School

ELsTON JAMES H owE

Wellsvill e,

. Y.

Major Subjects: Civil Engineering and Chemistry; Varsity Football (2); Freshman Football; Junior Varsity Swimming (I) ; Track ( I ) ; Soccer ( 2) ; Boxing (2, 3); Treas urer of T.C.C. Prepared at WelLsviLle High School

FRANCIS GARDNER JACKSON

" Test wood, Mass.

Major Subject: French; Class Vice-president (I, 3); Sophomore Dinin g Club; Junior Prom Committee; Sophomore Hop Committee; Varsity Football ( 2, 3) ; Base ha 11 ( I ) ; Squash ( 1, 2, 3), Captain (3); Var ity Club; 'l'Y. Transferred from Harvard . Prrpared at B1路ooks School

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RAYMOND HARRis JoHNSON

Wethersfield, Conn. Major Subject: Ma thematics; Track (2). Prepared at T楼 ethers field High School

GERALD BROWN KELL ER

H artford, Conn. Major Subjects: Philosophy a nd Classics; Sophomore Dining Club; Varsity Football (2, 3); Freshman Football; Baseball ( I, 2); Varsity Club; AXP. Prepared at East H artford High School

SPENCER PARRY KENNARD, JR.

New York,

. Y.

Major Subject: Physics; J esters ( 1); Chess Club (I); Sea bury Society (3); Assistant Manager T ennis (2), Manager (3); T.C.C. Pr路eparerl at L enox School

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JAMES JOHN KENNEY

Hartford, Conn . Major Subject: History ; Sophomore H op Committee; Varsity Club; Varsity Basketball (I, 2, 3); Captain-elect; ATK. P1路epared at H artf01路d H igh School

FRANCis CAsiMIR K owALCZYK

Newington, Conn. Major Subj ects: English and French. Transferred from Alliance Jun ior College. Prepared at New B1路itain H igh School

\VrLLIAM JosEPH LAHEY

East H artford, Conn. Major Subject: Pre-medical; Junior Varsity Basketball ( 2) . Prepared at East H artford H igh School and K ingswood

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ROBERT STERLING LAYTON

Princeton,

. ].

Major Subject: Philosophy; Jesters (I, 2, 3); Glee Club (I, 2); Freshman Football; ~N. Prepared at Pt路inceton High School

CHARLES HENRY LEFEVRE

L ansdowne, P a. ' Major Subject: History; Sophomore Dining Club; Sophomore Hop Committee; Varsity Football (2, 3); Freshman Football; Junior Varsity Basketball (I); Track (I, 3); Varsity Club; Intramural Athletic Council (2, 3); 11<I>. Prepared at Lansdowne High School

JoHN MATTHEw LEoN, JR.

Bronx, N. Y. Major Subject: Philosophy; Sophomore H op Committee; Tripod Board (I, 2, 3); J esters (I, 2, 3); Varsity Football (2); Freshman Football; Tennis ( 2); Squash (I, 2, 3); Intramural Athletic Council (2); 'I'Y. Prepm路ed at Trinity School

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JosEPH JACOB LEVINE Hartford, Conn. Major Subj ect: English; Athenaeum (3).

Pr路epared at W eaver High School

RICHARD GEORGE LINDE \Vest Hartford, Conn . . Major Subject: Philosophy;~

.

Prepared at William H all H igh School

WILLIAM

EISH LINDSAY, JR.

Ha_rtford, Conn. Major Subject: Chemistry; P olitical Sciehce Club (3); Jesters (2, 3); Gl ee Club ( r, 2, 3); Librarian (3); Choir (2, 3); Freshman Football; Track (r, 2, 3); Soccer (2, 3); ~ .

Prepared at W enver H igh School

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] OHN DusTIN LocKE

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: English; 'l'Y. Prepared at TtV est minster School

CARL EowARo LuNDIN,

]R.

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Economics; Athenaeum (2, 3). Prepared at TVeaver High School

THOMAS ] OSEPH LYNCH, ] R .

Bloomfield, Conn. Major Subject: History; Freshman Football. Prepared at Bloomfield High School


PETER JosEP H MAY

H artford, Conn . Major Subject: Modern Languages. Prepared at H artforrl High School

RoBERT NEIL McCAFFERTY

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Chemistry; Gl ee Club ( I, 2, 3) . Prepared at B ulkeley High School

GREGORY TALLMAN McKEE

Utica, N.Y. Major Subject: History; Junior Prom Committee; Jesters (I, 2, 3); Glee Club (2, 3); Choir (2, 3); Junior Varsity Basketball (I) ; AXP . Prepm路ed at .Utica Free Academy

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JoHN BARD Me Iu LTY

ew York, N.Y. Major Subjects: Philosop hy and English; J esters

(2, 3); A.-:\<1>. P1路epared at Shanghai A merican School

JOHN PHILLIPS MERRILL,

II

Major Subject: History; K appa Beta Phi; G erman Club (2, 3); I vy Board; Freshman F ootball; 'l'1. Prepared at Storm K ing School

STANLEY FRANCis MoNTGOMERY

West H artford, Conn. lH ajor Subjects: History and Economic ; Junior Varsity Basketball ( 2 , 3) ; ~ N. Prepared at William, H all High School


CLE M ENT GrLE MorrEN

\i\reth ersfi eld , C onn.

M ajor Subj ect: History ; Treasurer-elect of Senate ; Soph omore Dining Club; I vy Boa rd ( 3) ; Tripod Boa rd (2 , 3) , M anagin g E ditor ( 3); Athenae um (2, 3); Political Science Club (2 , 3); J esters (2, 3); Swimming ( r, 2, 3) , C aptain-elect; Track ( r , 2, 3); Varsity Club; Intramural A thletic C ouncil

(2, 3) ; T.C.C.

Dooc E O'MA LL E Y M anchester, C onn.

R o BERT

M ajor Subj ects: Biology a nd Chemistry ; Class President ( r, 3), Vice-president (2); Sophomore Dining Club; Junior P rom Committee ; Sophomore H op Committee; G erman Club (2 , 3) ; Va rsity F ootball (2 , 3); Freshman F ootball; Va rsity Basketball (2); Junior Varsity Basketball ( I ) ; Baseba ll ( r, 2, 3) ; Varsity Club; Secre tary of A thletic Ad visory C ommittee ; AMI>.

Prepared at L oomis Institute

J o HN MAR T IN P A R SO N S

Bristol, C onn. Major Subj ects ; English, Philosophy and Eco;lOmics ; Political Science Club ( 2, 3); T ennis Club ( r, 2,

3); ~KE. Prepm路ed at Bristol High School

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R AYM OND ARTH U R PERRY

Hartford, C onn. M ajor_ Subj ects : Philosophy and English; I v y Boa rd; Track ( r, 2) ; Cross-C ountry ( r , 2, 3), Captain (3) ; Varsity Cluh. Prepm路ed at H m路tfo rd Hig h School

WILL YS RIC HARD PETER SO N

H artford, C onn . M ajor Subject: History ; Chairman of Jun ior Prom Committee ; P olitical Science Club (2 , 3) ; J esters ( 2, 3) ; Jun io r Varsity Sw imming ( I ) ; Assistant M a nage r of Basketball (2 , 3) ; Track ( 1, 2, 3 ); Cross-Country ( 3) ; In tram ural Athl etic Council

( .3 ) ;

~N.

Prepared at TV eaver H igh School

F R A N CI S P AU L PET US KIS

Ne w Britain, C onn. M a jor Subject: Pre-m edical. Prepared at New Britain H igh School

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EIL HENRY PFANSTIEL

Hartford, Conn. Major Subjects: Classics and German . Prepared at Hartford High School

SEYMO U R BoRROW PoooRowsKY

Hartford, Conn. l\1ajor Subject: Pre-medical. Prepared at Weaver High School

\ VILLIAM HENRY POMEROY,

II

Windsor, Conn. Major Subject: Pre-medical; Jesters (2, 3); Glee Club (2, 3); Choir (2, 3); Freshman Football;

ATK. Prepared at L oomis Institute

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CRESSON P UGH

Yardley, P a. Major Subject: History; P olitical Science Club (2, 3) ; Glee Club ( 2) ; Manager of Junior Varsity Swimming (3); Assistant Manager of Basketball (2); AXP. Prepared at Episcopal Academy

ALBE RT R uNDBAKEN

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Chemistry; I vy Board; Tripod Board (r, 2, 3); Political Science Club (2, 3); Jesters ( r, 2, 3) . P1路epared at Bulkeley High School

SEBASTIAN JosEPH Russo

Hartford, Conn . Major Subject: History; Glee Club (r); Il Circolo Dante (r, 2, 3), Marshal (3); Junior Varsity Basketball ( 2). Prepm路ed at Hartford High School


DoNALD ARTHVR SANDERs

Y\Te t Haven, Conn.

Major Subject: Economics; Junior Varsity Swimming ( 2); Transferred from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. Prepared at TV est Haven High School

FRANK FREDERICK ScHIRM

vVethersfi eld, Conn. Major Subjects: History a nd Economics; I v y Board; Athenaeum (3); Political Science Club (2, 3); Junior Varsity Basketball (2); Soccer (I, 2, 3); Inter-fraternity Manager ( 2); Intramural Athletic Council; AXP. Prepared at TV ethers field High School

ERNEST CHRISTIAN SCHMID

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Economics; Track (r, cer ( r, 2, 3); Varsity Club; T.C.C.

2,

3) ; Soc-

Prepared at Hm路tford H igh School


JoHN DAvis ScRANTON

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: English; Chess Club ( r, 2); T.C.C. Prepared at Hartj01·d High School

ARTHUR MASON SHERMAN, JR.

Cincinnati, 0. Major Subject: English; Tripod Board (2, 3); Jesters ( 1, 2, 3), Secretary ( 3) ; Glee Club ( 1, 2) ; Choir (2, 3); Junior Varsity Swimming (2, 3); Seabury Society (3); 'PY. Prepared at Kent School

AL YIN wALKER SMITH

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject : Pre-medical; ATK. P1·epared at Bulkele;• High School


EDWARD CHARLES SPRING

Hartford, Conn . Major Subject : History; ATK. Prepared at H m路tford High School

EDWARD VICARS STEVENSO N,

Plainfield,

.

]R.

J.

Major Subj ect: Pre- medical; 'l'Y. Prepm路ed at K ent School

RICHARD AMOS STRONG

New York,

. Y.

Major Subject: Philosophy; Seabury Society. Prepared at M anson A cademy

ss


WILBUR KENNETH TATTERSA LL

Brooklyn,

.Y.

Major Subjects: Mathematics and French; Secretary- treasurer of Class ( 2) ; Junior Prom Committee; Inter-fraternity C ouncil; J esters; Freshman Football; ] unior Varsity Swimming ( 2); L e Cercle Francais; 11<1>. Prepared at TrinitJI School

GEORGE EDSON SHEPARD TETLOW

H artford, Conn. l\1ajor Subj ect: Philosophy. Prepared at H artford H igh School .

DoNALD JosEP H TEVLIN

H artford, Conn . Major Subjects: Mathematics and Physic ; Chess Club ( r ) ; Cross-Coun try (2, 3) . Prepared at K ingswood School

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JoHN CHARLES TIEDEMAN, JR .

New York,

r. Y.

l\1a jor Subject: English; Kappa Beta Phi ( 2, 3); Tripod Board (I, 2); Jesters (I, 2, 3); Freshman Football; Inter-fraternity Council ( 2, 3) ; A.M). P1·epm·ed at Rive1·clale, New Y m·k

STEPHEN MATSON TRUEX

East Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: History; Senate ( 3) ; Political Science Club (I, 2, 3); Var ity Club; Varsity Football (I, 3); Track (I, 2, 3), Co-captain (3); President of LN. P1·eparecl at East H m·tfo?"cl High School

MAURICE TuLIN

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: Pre-medical; Glee Club ( 2, 3), Accompanist (2); Editor-in-chief of the I vy.

P1·epared at Hartford High School


ALBERT CONKLIN TURNER

Morristown, N.

J.

Major Subject: English; I vy Board; Tripod Board ( 2) ; Athenaeum ( 2); President of Seabury Society (3); A <I>. Transferred from Columbia Extension. Prepared at Kent School

HERBERT VINICK

Hartford, Conn. Major Subject: History; Junior Varsity Basketball (2); Freshman Football; Varsity Football (2, 3), Captain-elect; Varsity Club; Sophomore Dining Club; Track (2, 3).

Prepared at Hart ford H igh School

LEWIS MIDGLEY WALKER, JR.

Iewark,

. J.

Major Subject: English; J esters (r, 2, 3); Glee Club (I, 2, 3); Choir (I, 2, 3); Junior Prom Com mittee; Athenaeum (I); Tennis (I); H ead Cheerleade r ( r, 2, 3); LN.

P1路epared at Barringer High School

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JAMES McDEARMID FRASER WEIR

W est Hartford, C o nn. M ajor Subj ect: Economics ; Athenae um ( 3 ) ; P olitical Scie nce Club (3) ; Glee Club ( r ) ; AXP. Prepared at William H all H igh School

THOM AS ALBERT

\ V H AP L ES

Tewington J ct. , C onn. Major Subj ect : Philosophy ; Sophomore Dinin g Club; I vy Board; Tripod Board ( r , 2 , 3) , Circulation manager and Busin ess manager ( 3) ; J esters ( 1, 2, 3), Busin ess ma nager ( 3), C o-manager ( I ) ;

<I>. Prepared at L oomis I nstitute

JoHN HIN ES W ILSO N

Baltimore, M d. M ajor Subj ect: Economics ; Secretary-treasurer of Class (I, 2, 3) ; J esters ( I , 2, 3); Va rsity Swimmin g ( 3) ; J unior Varsity Swimm ing ( r, 2); L e Cercle Francais; L acrosse ( r , 2, j) ; ~<I>. Prepared at B o,路/ L atin School


JAMES BYRNE WEIMERT

Hartfo rd, Conn . Major Subjects: History and M odern Languages; Tripod Board; P olitical Science Club ( 2, 3); Assistant Busin ess Manager of ] esters (I, 2); Co-manage r of Freshman Football; Assistant manager of Varsity Swimming ( 3) ; Track ( I ) ; L e C ercl e Francais (2, 3) . Prepared at B ulkeley High School

E DWIN

TowNSEND \VROTH

H age rstown, Md. Major Subj ect: L atin; K appa Beta Phi; German Club (2 , 3); T ripod ( r ) ; Inter- fraternity Council (2, 3); Glee Club ( r ) ; L'1Y. Prepared at St . ] ames School


SAM U EL NIC OLL BENJAMIN

Garrison-on-Hudso n,

. Y.

M ajor Subject: English; C aptain of Freshman F ootball; J esters ( r, 2 , 3), President (3 ) ; Varsity F ootball ( 2, 3) ; Varsity Swimming ( 1) ; Junior Varsity Swimming ( I ) ; Sophomore Dinin g Club, Chairman; Varsity Club; Sophomore H op Committee ; Junior Prom Committee ; Athenae um ( 2 , 3 ) ; Interfraternity Council; Ll'짜. Prepared at St. G eorge' s School

FRA N Ci s HENRY B u RK E, JR .

H artford, Conn. Major Subject: English. Prepared at W eaver H igh School


CHIT CHAT- '34 TO '37

B

ACK in th e fall of 1934, some 135 of us, just a bit in a daze, took up our pencils for the "I. Q." test as our first introduction to Trin. W e survived well enoug h to have Prexy ser ve us a rig ht fine dinn er. W e really were a darn fine bunch. Didn't all the fraternities trea t us swell? " H ow a bout coming do"wn to the house ?" a nd "How's fo r a little bier ?" Or "Of course, we don't wa nt to influence you, but . . ." Y\r e survived that, too, and settl ed down. Guess may be it mig ht be the spirit of '38 which drove the football team to its first undefeated season in many years. A t any rate, D an J essee and the boys did a swell job. Tot to be outdone, we of '3 8 crashed throug h w ith th e first win in ages over W esleyan. M eanwhile, we elected T edd y D eDisse to lead us and Jim M organ to help him. Bunky Wilson was to try to get our money. That same week ( it was a big one) saw G ove rnor Cross head an Ath enaeum symposium , no big English A class (yes, we matriculated ), and those two big


victories over \ Vesleyan . A little later, th e big event of th e Fall came-the fund for the new Ch ern. L ab. reached its goa l, a nd we soon would be able to distil and concoct to our hea rt's content, thanks to the mystery man and our extremely loyal alumni. Th en came C hristmas vacation and rest (?), and came the daw n and exams, and th ose little consultations w ith th e dean. W e lost our prex and a few more of th e boys. T oo bad, too, th ey missed a swell basketball and swimming seaso n . Clem M otten and Sam Ben jam in had th e honor of bein g th e first of us to w in Varsity letters by virtu e of their grand work on the swimming team. Meanwhile, some of us w ere awfully quiet fo r a while, but it was just those cruel upper classmen putting us through our paces before we co uld call them brother. A littl e later, g round was broken fo r the N ew Ch ern. L ab., w ith Prex.'Y combatting th e elements above and below ( w e give thanks for the handy gas mask) . Bob O'IV1alley was chose n to lead our destinies for th e Sprin g term, ably assisted by F rank J ackson . Bunky Wilson was still trying to collect our dues. Spring sports gained th eir ascendency, with O'Malley upholding our honor in baseball , and M otten, L eFe vre, P erry, Schm id, and Astman in track. The Senior Ball ca me and went, together w ith that horrible (?) Pink Slip I ssue of the Tripod. A nd th en came exams and peace ( for most of us). W e return ed in the fa ll- a g reatly changed bunch. O f co urse, we'd show 'em ; we kn ew th e ropes now. W e w ere g rea tly saddened to hea r of the death of Professor Babbitt. Meanwhile, we looked over the ranks of the F r eshm en- 157 of the gree nest and stupidest yo u ever sa w, an all-tim e Trinity reco rd . W e'd shortly show them the way. Trin's " m ediocre" football team crasheJ throug h with only one loss, at least six-elevenths of its success directly traceable to good old ' 38 . Y es; we contributed six starters and one more letter man . We were quite a fi ckle bun ch though. W e never could get together in our choice of leaders. This tim e it was Swede A nderson, Bob O'Malley, and Bill T attersall. A short tim e later came our first big social event, our Soph H op. G reg McK ee did a splendid job, and D on R etallick and his band w ent to town. The J esters hoi1ored us w ith a fin e prese ntation of " Th e Magistrate" that same weekend .

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C ame mid-yea rs and the ] unior Prom with the first Tripod scoop in its history. '38 kept up its honor in winter sports with Bob O'Malley and J im K enny in basketball and M otten, F anning, Anderon, a nd C onnar in swimming . W e struck to our Prcx for this term , also his assistant, but put Wilson back to collect ou r dues. M eanwhile, Bissy was still playing with ferrets. 'iiV e th oug ht they wou ld all be drown ed when th e big Flood came to H artfo rd. Dr. O gil by did a g rand job directin g our part in the relief. It was a lot of fun missin g classes, mixin g doug h, and making sandwiches-we neve r did get too near the water. Th en came the real Spring . '38 kept up its pa rts in sports, per usual. A nd we had a lot of fun electing th is here I v y editor too . The hard fee lings didn' t last, thoug h. L ater cam e the Seniors' last effort, that big ball, and the best ] esters' prod uction we' ve see n yet. Y es, "Under Y our H at," written by Bill elson, ' 36 , broke all r eco rds, a nd made us think seriously aho ut boo ming Art Sherman to take Prexy's place almost anytime. All of w hich was followed by fin al and goodbys until another year. C ame the daw n of a Septem ber morn

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and we all hurried back to dea r old Trin. \Ve we re Juniors now, sophistica ted a nd tried, and rather en joyed looking down at th e incoming g roup of yo ungsters who brought the total enrollment up to 5 I 6, another all-time r eco rd. W e too k ~ hand at showing them around, and heard that Prexy told th em the same jokes he told us at our banquet. After a week of seeing how w ell '40 co uld drink bee r, we settled down. On O ctober 9, perhaps the biggest event of our ca ree r occurred when the new Chem. L ab . was dedicated amidst much pomp and fanfare. '38 contributed in its now well-known manner to the very successful football season, which w as climaxed by tumbling the \Vesmen from the ranks of the undefeated, followed by two anticlimaxes ove r orwich and Vermont. This term w e fin ally m ade up our minds as to officers. These were O'Malley, Jackson, and Wilson, who repeated next term. And about now, '3 8 becomes the real big shot of the campus. Sa m Benjamin took ove r the J esters and put on a grand "Seven K eys to Bald Pate." Willys P eterson put on a good Junior Prom with the help of D on Fabens' best effo rts. R ay A rmstrong rants a nd r a ves in the Tripod, with the usual results. Wesleyan was beaten for the first tim e in swimming as Clem Motten clinched the meet. Our senators have just been elected. On May 20, came th e event the Junior Class long awaited. Under a dark sky and amid the great elms, the Juniors lined up aro und the Bishop at ten o'clock in the evening. Cloth ed in black gowns, Jim H end erson, R ay Patton, a nd J oel Brooke, the m embers of the Medusa, walked slowly, and solemnly between th e long rows of elms, stopped for consultation, and one by one tapped on th e shoulder the new Medusa men. In recognition of their services to th e college , th e grave triumvirate accepted within their mysteriou circle Clem Motten, Ray Armstrong, Bob O'Ma lley, and Frankie J ackson, who will continue our Senior Honorary Society during th e ensuing yea r. And life still goes on, as th e I vy goes to press (late, per usual).

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CLASS ELECTIONS D one most for Trinity: O'Malley ; Motten; Benj amin; Sherman . Most R espected : Motten; O'Malley; Tulin; Barlow. Most P opular: J ackson; O'Malley; Wilson; Motten, Tattersall. Most Versatile: O'l\1alley; Motten; Barlow, Benja min; Sh erman. B est Athlete: O'Malley ; Motten, K enn ey, Astman, Tru ex. Most Brilliant: Barlow; Lahey; Berg, Culleney, Jackson, Pfanstiel.

lvl ost L ikely to Succeed: Barlow; O'Malley; L ahey; Ben jam in, Motten . Handsomest: 'Vroth; Anderson; Burke, K ell er; H olmg ren. Best Natured: Scranton; Wilson; K ell er, Culleney; P odorowsky, J ackson. Conceited: L eon; M errill; Benjamin; Tiedeman. B est Dressed: C arty ; Fuller, Hod gdon; Merrill, Whapl es. Greatest Social Light: Hodgdon; Brenn an; J ackson, Fuller; McKee. Biggest Blu ffer: P omeroy ; McKee; Clapp, DiCorletto, Pfa nstiel. Class P olitician: Clapp; Carty ; McKee; Fanning . Class Grind: P odorowsky; K enn ard, Lahey; Barlow, Culleney.

FACULTY ELECTIONS Most P opular: aylor; Humphrey, Shepard; Smith, Swan, Means; Wadlund . L east Appreciated: Watters ; Dadourian; C ostello, Smith; 1 aylor. B est L ecturer: Taylor; Shepa rd; Krieble; Humphrey.

i l1 ost H nrd-H em路terL: Troxell; Bisso nnette; Kleene ; Notopoulos. M ost Scholarly: P erkins; C ostello; Shepard, Barrett. H ardest to B luff: Wadlund, D adou rian ; Bissonnette; Notopoulos.


CLASS FAVORITES Greatest Hono1路 at Triuity : M edusa ; Phi Beta K appa ; Graduating ; Presid ent of

Senate. Course: Biology 2, English I, History 2; Phil. I , Phil. 3, G eology . Sport (to play): Basketball; Squash; F ootball, T ennis, Baseball. Sport (to watch) : F ootball; Swimming, Basketball; Baseball. Amusement: Drinking ; Bull Sessions; D ancing, Movies ; W ine, \ Vomen, and Song,

Resting. Author: Hilt~n; W odehouse ; H ardy, Sabatini, M ark T wain. Orchestra: Goodman; L ombardi, K emp; Lunceford, H eight, E llin gton, Sh aw, D orsay. M agazinc: Esquire ; Life, Colliers; R eaders' Digest; F ortun e. Actress: Loy; Simon; R ogers, deH aviland, Oberon, G arbo; C olbert, T emple. Best Book of r936 : G one w ith the Wind; An A merican D octor's O dyssey ; Seven Pillars of Wisdom; It Can' t H appen H ere. Topic of Conversation: Sex ; W omen ; P olitics and G overnm ent ; Life, F uture. Best Motion Picture of r 936: M r. D eeds G oes to T own ; T he P la insman, M utiny on

the Bounty ; Life of L ouis P asteu r.

MISCELLANEOUS Best College O utside of Trinity: Wesleyan; H arvard; Williams, Y ale; D artmouth. Favorite Girls College : Connecticut fo r W om en; Smith ; M t. H olyoke ; W ellesley ;

Vassar. Campus Character: Presid ent O gilby ;

ortham N ellie ; Alexand er H amilton, M ax,

Sam, the Old Cloth es Man. College Grievances : Compulsory Chapel; Seventy R equirem ent F or M ajors; Only Three Cuts; Classes, Q uizzes. Party: Democratic; Republican; Independent; Socialistic, Communistic. Most Amusing E vent : Th e Faculty's Christmas Play ; J ackson Sporting His Sport

Jacket; Prexy at th e Carillon; L enten Vesper Service . Hardest C ourse: M athematics 2; Economics I; Physics I; Physics 3路 Trinity's Greatest. N eerl: F ield H ouse ; G ym. ; Co-E ds. ; Better Social Organization.

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SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS

Christmas T erm G. VICTOR HAMILTON, JR. GEORGE

w.

FREDERICK

. President

STARKEY

L.

Vice-President

BARRETT

Secretary-Treasurer

Trinity T erm G. VICTOR HAMILTON, JR. GEORGE

w.

. President

STARKEY

Vice-President

FREDERICK L. BARRETT

Secretary- T reasur路er

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JoHN CLAIR ALEXANDER RICHARD FRANKLIN AMES WALLACE LUDWIG ANDERSON FRANK BARNES JoHN BARNEWALL FREDERICK LIONEL BARRETT STEPHEN RussELL BARTLETT ETHAN FROST BASSFORD LLOYD GRAHAM BATES wARD PENDLETON SAMUEL NICOLL BENJAMIN BERNARD GALE BoRDEN BEEKMAN BuDD MILTON BUDIN JosEPH CLEMENT BuTHS RoBERT BRISTOL BuTLER ARTHUR HuGH CAMPBELL HAROLD BRADFORD CoLTON, JR . HENRY FRANCIS CooNEY WALTER GILMORE CoucH MALCOLM CROCKER JosiAs JENKINS CROMWELL DAVID DAVIDSON HowARD RoGERs DAY WILLIAM H ENRY DECKER, JR. RoBERT HARE DELAFIELD, JR. ANTHONY DILORENZO ALFRED \V ALDO DRIGGS, JR. JoHN KEVIN DuNNE ERNEST MosEs EssEx EARL HARPER FLYNN JAcK LovELL FoLLANSBEE JOHN GRIFFITH FRANCOMBE GREGORY ARMAND GABOURY CROMBIE JAMES DICKINSON GARRETT LEo GILMAN WILLIAM HENRY GoRMAN, II GEORGE DANA GREENLEAF MICHAEL VINCENT GuALTIERI FREDERICK EvEREST HAIGHT, II HERBERT JosEPH HALL DAN PHILIP BASSETTE HANSON PAuL ScHULER HARRIS RoBERT JAMES HARRIS WILLIAM JoHN HAssLEY, JR.

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PHILLIPS HAWKINS HENRY HoYT HAYDEN THOMAS DEMPSTER HEATH JAMES Vl ALTER HELL y AR RAYMOND PATRICK HICKEY, JR. RICHARD JAMES HILL WILLIAM FRANCIS HILL NEAL FRANKLIN HOLMGREN FRANCis JosEPH HoPE ELMER JOSEPH H UBER TRUMAN MARTIN HuFFMAN, JR. PAUL JASPERSOHN LYMAN Lucrus JOHNSON RAYMOND HARRIS JOHNSON \VILLIAM HERBERT JOHNSON DAVID KEATING GEORGE MALLARD KILGORE MoRRIS KLEIN RICHARD ALEXANDER LEGGETT JoHN MATTHEW LEoN,JR. EuGENE JAcoB LIEDER, JR. JoHN DusTIN LoCKE CLINTON THOMAS MAC짜 RoBERT CLINTON MADDEN RoBERT LEoNARD MADORSKY WILLIAM HENRY MALLIET, JR. EDWARD GuiLD MANN SHERWOOD VETT MARTIN NEWTON HENRY MASON GuY BuRNHAM MAYNARD, JR. DouGLAs OLivER McBRIARTY FRANK EuGENE McCARTHY LESLE WILLIAM McWILLIAMs JOHN PHILLIPS MERRILL, II RoNALD AGARD MERTENS EDWARD OLIVER MILLS WILLIAM JASON MIXTER, JR. CLARENCE B u RTON MoRGAN, JR. CARLETON GILBERT ELSON LAWRENCE JoHNSON NEWHALL HENRY KAROP NoRIAN RuLDOLPH VICTOR 0BLOM ARTHUR CLARENCE OLSON LEoNARD OwEN O'NEIL BoRIS WILLIAM p ACELIA

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Worcester, Mass. Tolland, Conn. Hartford, Conn. West Hartfo rd, Conn. H artford, Conn. H a rtford, Conn. Bristol, Conn. West H ar tford, Conn. Wethersfield, Conn. New Britain, Conn. H a rtford, Conn. Bra nford, Conn. H artford, Conn. Wethersfield, Conn. H artford, Conn. Lee, Mass. Waltham, Mass. H artford, Conn. Wethersfield, Conn. ew York, . Y. D ominican Republic H artford, Conn. Nantucket, Mass. Newton, Mass. Springfield, Mass. West H a rtford, Conn. Bloomfi eld, Conn. East Hartford, Conn. Scarsdale, N. Y. Lexington, Mass. New Britain, Conn. H artford, Conn. East H artford, Conn. West Hartford, Conn. Delmar, N.Y. H artfo rd, Conn. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Plainville, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Philadelphia, Pa. Thompsonville, Conn. Thompsonville, Conn. West Hartford, Conn. Norwich, Conn. Hartford, Conn.


GEORGE BRADFORD pATTERSON WILLIAM FIRTH PICKLES BRAYTON ATWATER PoRTER, JR . CRESSON P uG H JoHN BARTEL REINHEIMER CHARLES GEORGE RICHMAN BENJAMIN D AviD RoHowsKY JoHN CARTER RowLEY, JR. ALBERT ADAM SABAT BENJAMIN SACKTER MILTON EDMONDS SAUL Ro GER C u RRIE ScHMUCK KEITH HENRY Sc HONROCK GEORGE ROBERT SCHRECK JoHN DAvrs Sc RANTON THOMAS J osEPH SKELLY, JR. JoHN EDWARD SLowiK Do uG LAs E nw iN SMITH GEOR GE \N ALLACE BAILEY STARKEY GRANT ICHOLAS STEMMERMANN RoBERT JOSEPH STERBENS RuDOLPH LoRBACHER TALBOT WILB UR KENNETH TATTERSALL GEORGE EDSON SHEPARD TETLOW JoHN CHARLEs TIEDEMAN BERNARD LEON T ULIN ALBERT CoNKLIN TuRNER SuMNER BARNEs Twiss JoHN EDWARD UPHAM, JR. ARNOLD \ N ATERM AN ARTH UR CHARLES WEBB WARR EN WEEKS JOHN WARREN W EISSHEIMER JoHN KENN ETH WERNER JAMES MoTTRAM WHEELER WILLIAM BRYAR WHITE, JR. CHARLES G EORGE WIDDIFI ELD STANDISH RisT WIGHTM AN JoHN TH OMAs WILc o x J o HN HIN ES \ V ILSON E DWIN T owNSEND WROTH WILLIAM H owARD Y ATEs

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Gwynedd, P a . Buckl a nd, C o nn. W est H a rtfo rd, C onn . Yardley , P a . R ochester, . Y. W est H a rtford, C onn . H artford, C onn. H a rtford, C onn. H a rtford, C onn. H a rtfo rd, C onn. P a wtucket, R . I. L a ra mie, W yo ming East H a rtfo rd, C onn . W est H a rtfo rd, C onn. H a rtford, C onn. H artfo rd, C onn. H a rtfo rd, C onn. J a m aica Plain , M ass . Hartford, C o nn . Bogota, N . Y. H artford, C onn. Hing ham, Mass. Brooklyn, . Y . H a rtford, C onn. ew Y ork, N . Y . Hartford, C onn. M orristown, . J. H a rtford, C onn. \ N a ba n, M ass. H a rtford, C onn. \ Vethersfi eld , C onn . Chestnut Hill , M ass. E agle P ass, T exas ew Britain, C onn. Shelton, C onn. Saratoga Sprin gs, . Y . D etroit, Mich . Wind so r, C onn. W ethersfield , C onn. B altimo re, M d. H age rstown, Md. H a rtford , C onn.


FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS

Christmas T erm JoHN

V.

JAMES S.

. President

DIMLIN G

Vice-President

JEILL

Secretary- Treasure1路

JAMES L. LATHROP

Trinity T erm . P resident

RALPH SHELLy JAMES S .

Vice -President

TEILL

Secretrwy - Treasurer

HERBERT R . BLAND

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HENRY WILLIAM ABTS ALBERT AKSOMITAS HowARD STANLEY ALEXANDER JAMES JoHN ALLE N RoBERT ERNEST ANDERSON G usTAVE WILLIAM ANDRIAN EDWARD CoRNELIUs BARRETT ERNEST LEONARD BENGSTON, JR. PAUL JOSEPH BILKA ARTHUR MERRIMAN BLACKBURN HERBERT REMINGTON BLAND WILLIAM HILL BLEECKER, III RoBERT ALEXANDER BoDKIN, JR. WILLIAM MATTHEws BoGER WALTER EINAR BoRIN STEPHEN AUGUSTUS BRENNAN EDWARD LuTHER BuRNHAM OLIVER ALLEN CAMPBELL, JR. THOMAS ELTON CANFIELD PHILIP ANTHONY CAPOBIANCO JOHN HENRY CAREY, JR. PAUL SAMUEL CASSARINO EDWIN ARTHUR CHARLES THEODORE McCAUSLAND CHILD RoBIN ARCHIBALD CLAPP WILLIAM CHARLES CLARK JOHN LYONS CLARKE AuDLEY WILLIAM CoLE JAMEs FRANcis CoLLINs TIMOTHY RoBERT CoNNELLY GEORGE BIRDSELL CoRNELL, JR. CHARLEs RoBERT CRABBE DANIEL JoHN CRusoN JoHN FRANCis DALY JOHN V OLZ DIMLING GEoRGE WALKER DoDGE OTTO ERNEST DUENNEBIER CHARLES WILLIAM EKIN RoBERT BoLICH ELY ARVID WILLIAM ENGEL FRANKLIN RoY ENQUIST WALTER PHILLIPS FAY, JR. RAYMOND JAMES FERGUSON, JR. VINCENT DANIEL FERNANDEZ CARLETON NATHANIEL FISHER

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Syracuse, Ind. Hartford, Conn. Frankford, Pa. Hartford, Conn. ew Britain, Conn. Hartford, Conn. W. Barrington, R.I. Manchester, Conn. New York, N.Y. Baltimore, Md. West Hartford, Conn. Mount Lebanon, Pa. Maplewood, r. J. Garden City, r. Y. Hartford, Conn. East Hartford, Conn. North Windham, Conn. East Norwich, L. I. West H artford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. West H ar tford, Conn. ew Britain, Conn. Brooklyn, N.Y. H artfo rd, Conn. Sharon, Conn. Brattleboro, Vt. Hartford, Conn. Long Beach, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Yonkers, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Bridgeport, Conn. Hartford, Conn. C a tonsville, Md. Short Hills, N. J. Hartford, Conn. Towson, Md. Albany, . Y. Hartford, Conn. Wethersfield, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. ew York, N.Y. Hartford, Conn.


RoBERT MAcARTNEY FLANDERs QUENTIN PERSHING GALLAGHER JOSEPH MATHEW G ANEY LEO pAUL GIARD I FRANCIS DENNIS GLISTA PAuL ALLEN GooDWIN CLARENCE BERTRAM GRANDAHL WILFRED FERRAR GREENWOOD KENNETH LAwRENCE GuTHRIE, JR. EDWARD FRANCIS HALLORAN, JR. GEORGE VICTOR HAMILTON, JR. RICHARD \V ARREN HAMIL TON CHARLES PERRy HAMMILL IAN MuRDOCH HANNA CHARLES THOMAS HARRIS WILLIAM BEIJ HARRISON RICHARD SEYMOUR HART, JR. HENRY WEHRMAN HASLACH JoHN FRANKLIN HAzEN, JR. ERNEST HENRY HEATH, JR. AuGusT JoHN HEussER, JR. WILLIAM JAMEs HoFMANN ALVIN CHARLEs HoPKINs RoBERT RoBINSON HowARD, JR. WALLACE HENRY HowE WILFRED DRESSER HoYT ALEXANDER J ACY ARTHUR VERNER JoHNsoN WAYNE LEONARD JOHNSON JAMES FRANKLYN REEs JoNEs GEORGE KAZARIAN HENRY HASTON KEANE WILLIAM FRANCIS KELLY RoBERT SHAW KERR OGDEN KNAPP EDWARD THADDEUS KNUREK DoNALD FRED LANE EDWARD FRANCIS LAPAC JAMES LANE LATHROP CARMINE RoBERT LAVIERI CoNNOR LAWRENCE, JR. RICHARD DRAKE LINDNER RoBERT JAY LrPsrTz MoRRis THEODORE LITTELL ANTHONY CHANDLER LoscALzo

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Lawrence, Mass. Hartford, Conn. ew London, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Enfield, Conn. Tilton, N.H. Hartford, Conn. Windsor, Conn. Yonkers, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Stamford, Conn. Norwalk, Conn. New York, N.Y. Goshen, Conn. Bristol, Conn. Hartford, Conn.

Utica,

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Richmond Hill, N.Y. ewington, Conn. Summit, . J. Philadelphia, Pa. East Hartford, Conn. Philadelphia, Pa. West Orange, . J. ew Britain, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. DeSmet, South Dakota Danielson, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. ewport, R. I. Glen Ridge, N.J. Hartford, Conn. Hamden, Conn. Hartford, Conn. ew London, Conn. Winsted, Conn. New York, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. St. Louis, Mo. Honolulu, T. H. Elmhurst, L. I.


DEFOREST MANICE, ]R. ew York, N.Y. WILLIAM JosEPH McCARTHY Hartford, Conn. PALMER JENKINs McCLosKEY Cavite, P. I. PHILIP BRoWN McCooK New York, N.Y. HARRY ALoYsiUs McGRATH, JR. Yonkers, N.Y. THOMAS McLAUGHLIN Bristol, Conn. THOMAS CHARLEs McPARTLAND Manchester, Conn. JoHN OsBORNE MERSHON Woodstock, Ill. STANLEY ALEXANDER MERSKI Hartford, Conn. THEODORE EDWARD METHENY Windsor, Conn. ORMAN CLINTON MILLER Wethersfield, Conn. RoGER CoNAUT MIXTER Brookline, Mas . RICHARD FRANCIS MoRAN Hartford, Conn. EDWARD Lours MoRRis .. Windsor, Conn . RoBERT MuRRAY MuiR, JR. Grosse Pointe, Mich . Manchester, Conn . JAMES STUART EILL, JR . ALEXANDER WILLIAM WALLIS NETTEN Hartford, Conn. HAROLD REMKE NICKEL Fargo, N.D. RICHARDSON LATROBE ONDERDONK 'Vashington County, Md. HERBERT HENRY PANKRATZ Bristol, Conn. Bristol, Conn. DANIEL ANTHONY PETERS, JR. EDWARD FARREN PETIT Toms River, N.J. Hartford, Conn. THOMAS RoBERT PYE, JR. GILES DESHON RANDALL, JR. Leonia, . J. Yonkers, N.Y. JoHN RoBERT RANDALL Fanwood, N.J. JoHN JosEPH RAu ew Britain, Conn. JOHN FRANCIS REYNOLDS Frankford, Pa . JosEPH LERoY RIHL Hartford, Conn. STEPHEN MICHAEL RILEY Baltimore, Md . ARTHUR MIDDLETON RINEHART THOMAS FRANCIS RIPA Holyoke, Mass. West Hartford, Conn. JoHN_LEONARD RITTER Mahwah, I . J. GEoRGE HENRY MAcLAGAN RouNTREE, JR. GAETANO THOMAS SAMARTINO Brooklyn, . Y. Bridgeport, Conn . WILLIAM THOMAS SANDALLS Hartford, Conn. ARTHUR SANTOORJIAN Bloomfield Hills, Mich. JoHN STERLING SAUNDERs Bridgehampton, N. Y. CAsPAR BucK ScHAEFER ERNEST WILLIAM ScHIRM Hartford, C~nn. Hartford, Conn. JosEPH PowELL ScH UNDER, JR. Hartford, Conn. ELLIOTT SELTZER Hartford, Conn. JACOB SAMUEL SHAPIRO Hartford, Conn. FRANK SHARKIEWICZ, JR. New Haven, Conn. TREVOR SEWELL SHAW, JR. Swarthmore, Pa. RALPH RoTHENBERGER SHELLY

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JOHN RoBERT SIEGEL HERBERT NORMAN SLATE NoRMAN TRAVERs SLATER DoNALD JoHN SMITH EDWARD LAURENCE SMITH GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH, JR. PHILIP CRANE SMITH SANDFORD CORTELYOU SMITH BERNARD CoRNELIUs SoLYN, JR. HENRY CHARLEs SouTH SAMUEL STRONG SPAULDING WILLIAM GEORGE SPEED, II CHARLES CLAUDE SPINK, II FREDERICK REYNOLDS SPITZER CHARLES EDWARD STARR PAUL SHERMAN STENBUCK GoRDON HowARD STEVENS FRANCIS ALEXANDER STOCKWELL, JR. GEORGE REMINGTON STUBBS JosEPH JAMES SuLLIVAN THEODORE ANTHONY SwiDERSKI JoHN WALLACE SYKEs, JR. ALFRED AYRES TAYLOR LESTER TIBBALS, JR. EDGAR RAYMOND TucKER ALBERT v'iTIENCKE vAN DuzER RICHARD Lours VoGEL RICHARD BEACH wALES CHARLES DoDSLEY WALKER KEITH IvAN WATSON ERNEST wHITE GEoRGE MoNTAGUE WILLIAMs, JR. GEORGE FREDERICK WILSON WILLIAM JoHN WoLF THRUSTON WRIGHT, JR. CHARLEs DuNCAN YETMAN MAx SIDNEY ZARETSKY DoNALD RoBERT ZITo

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Erie, Pa. Hartford, Conn. Port Chester, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. New York, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Buffalo, N.Y. Baltimore, Md. St. Louis, Mo. Toledo, 0 hio South Windsor, Conn. Mount Vernon, N.Y. Hudson, N.Y. Hartford, Conn. Danbury, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Wheaton, Ill. Wethersfield, Conn. Milford, Conn. Newtonville, Mass. Beachwood, N.]. New Britain, Conn. Stratford, Conn. Glen Ridge, l. J. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Newton Centre, Mass. Hartford, Conn. Pittsburgh, Pa. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn. Hartford, Conn.


BOOK

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EPSILON CHAPTER

OF 路DELTA .PSI

s AINT ANTHO Y HALL came to Trinity College in 1850 and is today the oldest fraternity on the campus. Last fall Epsilon, with an active membership of sixteen, pledged fourteen men. In the course of the years, the Hall has had several changes in its interior decoration which add greatly to its appearance. The St. Anthony's gave a dance at the Hall after the Wesleyan game in the fall and a tea-dance this year before the Senior Ball. The annual dinner of the St. Anthony Club of Connecticut was held in Hartford in March and was attended by representatives of the chapters at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Williams College, and Yale University. Delta Psi has had representatives in most of the college activities during the past year. The Sydney T. Miller Trophy for squash racquets was awarded the chapter permanently for its third victory in intramural competition . In February the following men were initiated: Benjamin L. Blake, Jr., William

J.

Mixter, Jr., Charles C. Spink, II, Oliver A. Campbell, Jr., John V. Dim:ing, Ogden Knapp, Robert C . Madden, John C. Rowley, and Sanford Smith.

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Back Row:

Blake, Merrill, W eeks, Talbot, Benjamin, Diml ing, Madden, Campbell.

Seco11d Row: Williams, Smith, Mixter, D elafield, Littl e, Kn app, Mixter, R owley, Cromwell, Gorman, Spink. Front Row: ewhall, Crocker, Spalding, Wroth, Little, Bainebridge, Bancroft, Burdett, H aigh t, Wright, Hamilton, Lawrence.

CLASS OF 1937 RoBERT PRINGLE BAINBRIDGE

CHARLES O GDEN LITTLE (Pledgee)

\VILLIAM

Louis ADAMS LITTLE

JICKERSON BANCROFT

PAUL EDWARD BuRDETT

JoHN CHESTER WARNER,

]R.

CLASS OF 1938 SAMUEL

' ICOLL BENJAMIN

EDWIN TowNSEND WROTH CLASS OF I939

BENJAMIN SEWALL BLAKE, JR.

LAWRENCE jOHNSON

~ALCOLMCROCKER

SAMUEL STRONG SPAULDIN G

JosiAs jENKINs CROMWELL vVILLIAM HENRY GoRMAN,

EWHALL

CHARLES CLAUDE SPINK,

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II

RuDOLF LORBACHER TALBOT

GEORGE VICTOR HAMILTON, JR.

vV ARREN

\VJLLIAM jASON ~IXTER, jR.

THRU STON WRIGHT,

WEEKS

]R.

CLASS OF 1940 OLIVER ALLEN CAMPBELL,

]R.

DEFORREST ~ANICE

JoHN VoLz DIMLING

CHARLES EMBREE RocKWELL

OGDEN KNAPP

JoHN CARTER RowLEY

CONNAR LAWRENCE

SANFORD CoRTELYou SMITH

RoBERT CLINTON ~ADDEN

GEOR GE MoNTAGUE WILLIAMs, I I I

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PHI KAPPA CHAPTER OF

ALPHA DELTA PHI

T HE

Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity was founded at Hamilton College in 18 32 and since then has spread throughout this country and into three Canadian provinces. The Phi Kappa society at Trinity was the parent organization out of which the Phi Kappa chapter grew here.

The Alpha Delts maintained their usual active place in campus affairs this past season, and in social activities they highlighted their year with a dance the week-end of the Wesleyan football game and a house party Senior Ball Week-End. Seven freshmen, two juniors and two ophomores were pledged during the year and of these seven men were initiated.

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Back R ow : H art, H owa rd, R. Ond erdo nk , Ferg uw n, Bod kin , Sykes, M cCloskey, F. Barret, Fi sher, Cl ow . Front R ow : E. Smith, M cNulty, Tiedeman , B. Ond erdonk, P aynter, Brooke, T yn g, O ' M a lley, P atterson , Turner.

FRATRES IN FACULTATE THOMAS SMITH

HENRY Au GusT us PERKINS

w ADLOW

CLASS OF I937 WILLIAM K u EN PAYNTER

JoEL lJAM BRoOKE

JoHN STEVEN S TYN G

ARTHUR BR U CE ONDERDONK

CLASS OF 1938 JoHN CHARLES TIEDEMAN

JoHN BARD McNuLTY

ALBERT CoNKLIN T u RNER

RoBERT DoDGE O'MALLEY

CLASS OF I939 CROMBIE JAMES DICKIN SON GARRETT

FREDERIC K LIONEL BARRETT

GEOR G E BRADFORD PATTERSON

HAROLD RIC HARD CLOW

Do uG LAS EDWIN SMITH

A. R. C usHMAN

CLASS OF I 940 RoBERT ALEXANDER BoDKIN, JR.

PALMER JENKIN McCLos KEY, JR.

RAYMOND JAMES FERGU SON

RICHARD LATROBE ONDERDONK

CARLETON

RIC HARD BEECH \VALES

ATHANIEL Fis HER

GEORG E FREDERIC 'NILSON

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ALPHA CHI CHAPTER OF

DELTA KAPPA EPSILON

T HE

Alpha Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon was chartered on May 4, I 879, being the third old est fraternity on the Trinity campus. The mother chapter at Y ale University was founded in I 844, a nd there are now forty-seven active chapters with a total of about thirty thousand members. Alpha Chi was g reatly honored this year when, at the Ninety-Second Annual Convention held in R oc hester, ew York, durin g th e Christmas holidays, Bern Budd, Jr., was elected Presid ent of the C onvention. Three other brothers from th e loca l chapter also attended. The yea r was ope ned with the pledging of six new men. The formal initiation was held on February twenty-seventh, when L eslie W. McWilliams, William H . Bleeker, Edward L. Burnham, and Thomas Canfield came within the bonds. Socially, th e D ekes entertained with a formal dance on the night of the victorious Wesleyan ga me. Many Alumni return ed for this affair and all of the fraternities on ca mpus were well represe nted. Although small numerically, Alpha Chi has succeeded in maintaining its position on ca mpus, being represen ted in practically every field of endeavor, a nd with its members holding seve ral important positions.

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Back R ow: Burnham, B. Budd, Stevens, H eath, Wightma n, Rou ntree. Fro111 R ow: T. Benson, Armstrong, H odgdon, W. O'Bryon, Bern Budd, E. Th omp so n, D. Sanders, Mason, Bleeker.

FRATER IN FACULTATE RoBERT P. \i\TATERMAN

BERN BuDD, JR.

L. MoRAY ARMSTRONG, JR.

CLASS OF I937 WILLIAM R. O'BRYON CLASS OF I938 THOMAS D. BENSON

JoHN M. PARSONs

BEEKMAN BuDD

CLASS OF I939 EWTON H. MASON

EDWARD L. THOMPSON

CARL R . HoDGDON, JR. DoNALD A. SANDERs

LEsLIE W. McWILLIAMs

CLASS OF I940 \VILLIAM H. BLEEKER, III EDWARD L. BuRNHAM THOMAS CANFIELD ERNEST S. HEATH, JR. GEoRGE H. M. Ro uNTREE, JR.

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BETA BETA CHAPTER OF

PSI UPSILON

T HE

Beta Beta Chapter of Psi Upsilon was established at Trinity C ollege in r88o, th e fraternity being found ed at Union College as early as 1833. At the beginning of the year, Beta Beta pl edged se ven freshmen, one junior, and

on e senior. On D ecember ninth, M elvin R. D own e , '37, and J ohn M . L eon, '38, were formally initiated into P si Upsilon. On F ebruary twenty-sevent h, Frederick R . Spitzer, '39, Phillip B. McCook, '40, and J ames S. eill, '40 , were initiated. L ater, J ohn Mershon, '40, and Wilfred H oyt, '4 0 , join ed th e bond . Durin g the fall, the H ouse held se veral info rmal tea dances following football games. A house pa rty was entertained during the Junior Prom W eek-End, durin g which 1\ilr. and Mrs. William Orrick acted as chaperones. The chapter has numbered among its ranks two of th e rn a jor dance chai rm en. Psi U has been extremely active in sports, especially this spring, w hen it accounted for two Varsity co-ca ptains in baseball and track. The indi vidual quash racquets trop hy again adorns P si U's mantelpiece, being regained by Frank J ackson. The Alexand er O gilby swimming cup is al o collecting Psi U dust for th e second tim e. T eams w ere entered in all in tramural sports in a supreme effort to regain the Alumni T rophy w hich w as lost last yea r.

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Back R ow: Decker, H oyt, Mershon, Leon, M aynard, Sherman, Smith, Bartlett, Reinheimer. Second R ow: Hawki ns, Culleney, Bates, Muir, Fl anders, Widdefield, M cCook , Neill, L ane, Spitzer, M ertens, Vickers. Fro nt Row: H ass ley, F ollan sbee, Stevenson, Boles, J ackson, H aigh t, P atton, Wil son, D ownes, Fuller, L ocke, Merrill.

FRATRESIIFACULTATE HowARD GREENLEY

CHARLES EDGAR CuNIN G HAM

CLASS OF I 937 vVrLsoN HAIGHT

RAYMOND STANTON PATToN, JR.

MELVIN RicE DowNES

L u THER BARTON WILSO N, III CLASS OF I938

]R.

WILLIAM FABENS BoLES

JoHN MATTHEW LEoN,

GEORGE WILLIAM CuLLENEY, II

JoHN DusTIN LocKE

HENRY 1\1ELVILLE FuLLER

JoHN PHILLIPs MERRILL, II

FRANCIS GARDNER JACKSO N

ARTH U R MASON SHERMAN, JR.

CHARLES GEORGE WIODIFIELD CLASS OF I939 \VARD PENDLETON BATES

G uY B u RNHAM MAYNARD

STEPHEN RoBERT BARTLETT

DoNALD A. MERTENS

WILLIAM DECKER

RoBERT MuRRAY MuiR

JAcK

L.

JoHN BARTEL REINHEIMER

FoLLANSBEE

FREDERICK SPITZER CLASS OF I 940 WILFRED D. HoYT

PHILIP B. McCooK

JoHN MERSHON

JAMES II7

s. NEILL


THE PHI PSI CHAPTER OF ALPHA CHI RHO

JN

896 th e Fraternity of Alpha Chi Rho was founded here at Trinity C ollege in ortha m I I. Ph i P si, being th e Moth er Ch a pte~ , is justly proud of the g rowth of The N ational F ra tern ity, as well as its own position on the Trinity C ampus. The past I

year has bee n one of the most successful in th e history of the Chapter, sta rting out very pro pitiously on Pl edging Sund ay w ith the acquiring of fourtee n men, the largest delegation of any hou e. Sin ce that da te six more men have been add ed to the R oster makin g the H ouse the largest on ca mpus. Scholastically the H ouse has maintain ed its customa ry hig h sta ndard, ranking third of all th e g roups o n the C ampus with a pe rcentage ve ry close to the leaders. Athletically too, it has taken its part by having represe ntatives on the Varsity and Freshman F ootball T eams, the Varsity and J. V. Swimming T eams, J. V. Basketball, Va rsity T ennis, a nd Varsity and J. V. Baseball. Socially, th e activities ha ve bee n limited chiefl y to small info rm al dances and parties in the H ouse. During Junior Prom ' Veek-E nd, howeve r, the annual rna jor dance given by the F raternity opened the festi vities with a ba ng and was hea rtily acclaimed by everyone. T aking eve rything into consid eration, th e yea r has bee n unusually replete w ith successful ventures both curricula rl y and extra-curricula rly, and bodes very we ll fo r the future.

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Back R ow: V. F ernandez, M cGrath, Connar, Sandalls, Schreck, Greenwood, Losca lzo, D. Smith. Second R ow: P orte r, Schirm, Cornell, Schonrock, Bland, White, Shelly, Rinehart, Speed, Ely. Fr o111 R ow! Pu g h, Ba ssford, McKee> Ralli en, M c D ermott, He nderson, P ayne, Calderwood, R amaker,

Newlands, \Veir.

CLASS OF I 937 TH EODORE FREDER I CK

A. A.

BALLI EN

D AN I EL L. NEWLANDS

CALDERWOOD, }R .

THOMA S

B.

M c D E RMOTT

( honora ry social )

J OHN S. MARTIN

CLASS OF GREGORY

T.

McKEE

JUDSON S. R AMAKER FRANC I S L. SM I TH

} AMES H ENDERSON, }R.

R oBERT F . CoNNAR

R oBERT H . P A YN E

I

938

CRESSON P UGH

SPENCER P. K E

FRANK F. SCHIRM

GERALD B . K EL L ER

NARD, } R.

]A MES M. F . W E IR

CLASS OF 1939 A.

BR AYTON

Do uGLAS E. SM tTH

ARTHUR C . OLSON

JOH N

WILLI AM B. WHIT E

K E ITH H. SC HO. RO C K

WILLIAM

G EORGE B. CoRNELL RoBERT

B.

ELY

\~NCENT D. FERNAND EZ

J\ ,

THONY

C.

P ORTER

G. RoBERT ScHR ECK

ETHA ' F. B ASSFORD

CLASS OF 194-0 J. ROB E RT R ANDALL WtL PRF.D

A.

F.

MrDDLF.TO

GR EENWOOD RINEHART

R ALPH

R.

T.

WILCOX

H.

YAT ES

SHELLY

WILLIAM G. SPEED, G EORGE W . DoDGE H ERBERT R. BLAND

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SIGMA CHAPTER OF

DELTA PHI

D

ELTA PHI, third in order of establishment of Am erican C ollege Fraternities, was founded ovember 17, I 82 7, at Union C ollege , by Benjamin Burroug hs, William H. Fond ey, Samuel L. L amberson, D avid H . Littl e, Samuel C . Larrison, Thomas C. McL aury, J ohn M ason, J oseph G. Masten, and William Wilson . Th ese nin e found ers we re all m embers of the class of 1828 . The purposes of the found ers were to consolidate their interests a nd at th e sa me tim e mutually benefit each oth er, to maintain high standing as stud ents and as gentlemen, and to foster cordial and fraternal relations. D elta Phi has been conservative in the establishm ent of its fifteen chapters, and has not soug ht to expand generally th ro ug hout th e co,ll eges and universities of th e co untry, but remains essentially an eastern fraternity. A quarterl y magazin e, The D eLta Phi R ecord, is published fo r members only as the offi cial organ. In I 917 a charter was g ranted to th e old est local society in existence, located at Trinity, which w as established as th e " C orax Cl ub" shortly after th e fo undation of the institution, then

82 9 this was developed into th e I. K. A. Society, and in 191 7 was instituted as the Sigma Chapter of D elta Phi. known as \ Vashington C ollege. In

I

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Back Row : Buths, Barnewa ll, P . Smith, H as lach . Second Row: Lied er, R. Clapp, Schmuck, Barbou r, Dunn e, Butler, Wheeler. Front R ow: T attersa ll, M oun t ford, Baldwin, C. N e lson, D r. Adams, E. M ay, LeFevre, Whaples,

J. Wilson.

CLASS OF I917 LAWRENCE MASON BALDWIN

EDWARD CHARLES MAY

PAUL HuMPHREY BARBOUR, JR.

CLIFFORD CoLMER NELSON

CLYDE CARLO CARTER

CLASS OF I938

w HAPLES

CHARLES HENRY LEFEVRE

THOMAS ALBERT

WILBUR KENNETH TATTERSALL

JoaN HINEs WILso N

CLASS OF I939 JosEPH CLEMENT BuTHS

EuGENE JACOB LIEDER

RoBERT BRISTOL BuTLER

JOHN FRANCIS REYNOLDS

RoBIN ARCHIBALD CLAPP

RoGER CuRRIE S c HM UC K

PA UL JASPERSOHN

JAMES MoTTRAM WHEELER

CLASS OF I94 0 HENRY WEHRMAN HASLAC H

I2I


DELTA CHI CHAPTER OF

SIGMA NU

T HE

fraternity of Sig ma u was founded at Virginia Military Institute in I 869, and established at Trinity in I 9 I 8. Sigma u is one of the largest fraternal orga niza-

tions in the country, having at present nin ety-eig ht coll egiate chapter in forty-six states. At th e beginning of th e yea r, D elta Chi pledged ten m en, and during its course initiated the following: John C. Alexander, Jr., Paul S. Harris, C arl W. Lind ell, H oward A . Edstrom, J am es F . Carty, Gregory Gaboury, and D onald J. Smith. Th e chapter has been active wcially, having held house dances in the fall and over the Junior Prom vVeek-E nd. This spring a series of informal radio dances have also been held. The chapter has al o been host to many of its Alumni at gath erings at the house throughout the year. On campus, Sigma N u is represented in almost every field of endeavor. In t:le fall, it was lea rn ed that Sigma Nu had th e least percentage of failure of a ny g rou p on cam pus. Athletically, Sigma Nu has been active, placing in intramural swimming a nd basketball. The Alu mni Trophy was held for half of this year . The H ouse is striving to gain anoth er leg on the Lampson Track Trophy, which was held this year. In Var~ity ports, Sigma Nu is represented in cross-country, football, soccer, basketball, track, and baseball, having seven major-letter men and eight minor-letter holders.

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Back R ow: S. Al exa nder, Montgomery, D. Smith, Leggett, Lind ell , Ed strom, J. Alexa nd er, Morri s. Second R ow: P. H arris , Stemmermann, H opkin s, Co llin s, Cole, H olmg ren, R ihl, Lindner, Abts . Fr o11t R ow: Dri ggs, Hayd en, Lind say, Layton , Ha zenb ush, Tru ex, Gilbert, L. W alker, Carty, P eterson, H eusser.

CLASS JAMES

OF

I937

v. DAVIS

RoBERTS. HAZENBUSH CARL W. LINDELL

HowARD A. EnsTROM VhLLIAM uRBAN

OF I938 G. LINDE WILLIAM N. LINDSAY, ]R. STANLEY F. MoNTGOMERY CLASS

JAMES

F.

CARTY,

]R .

RoBERT A. GILBERT RoBERTS . LAYTON

RICHARD

CLASS JoHN C. ALEXANDER, JR. RICHARD

F.

ALFRED

\V.

GRANT

HowARDS. ALEXANDER

F.

COLLINS

OF

pAUL

]R.

GREGORY A. GABOURY

CLASS

f.

WALKER, JR.

I939

DRIGGS,

E nwARD L. MoRRIS

]AMES

LEWIS

CHESTER W. CoLLIER

AMES

AunLEY W. CoLE

OF

WILLYS R . PETERSON, JR . STEPHEN M. TRUEX

s. HARRIS

HENRY H. HAYDEN RICHARD A . LEG GETT

N . STEMMERMAN

I94 0

D.

A uGUST J . HEuss ER

RICHARD

ALV'IN C. HoPKIN s

.T OSEPH L.

DoNALD]. 1 23

SMITH

LINDER

RIHL


LOCAL FRATERNITY OF ALPHA TAU KAPPA

T HE

local fraternity of Alpha T au K appa was fo und ed at Trinity C ollege in 1919 by m embers of the Hartford Club who w ere interested in promoting social and intellectual intercourse among non-resident stud ents of th e college. Since its establishm ent seventeen years ago, it has had an active share in all activities of the college. The group has always stood high in scholarship. Two of its men were elected to

Phi Beta K appa during the last year. At th e annual Phi Beta Kappa meeting this winter the Alpha Tau K appa w as presented the H artford Alumni Association trophy for the second year in succession and for the sixth time since the cup was first a warded to th e fraternity obtaining the hig hest perce ntage of honor grades ; the Alpha T au K appa average was over forty percent. The fraternity won the intramural basketball campaign, defeating the strong Sigma Iu contingent in the fin al play-off. The P eter O gilby II basketball trophy was awarded to the group for the second successive year at the Winter Sports' Banquet. The Alpha T au K appa tied with the Sigma

u chapter last yea r in all sports to hare

the award of the Trinity A lumni Trophy. The six Varsity Clu b men in the fraternity w ere not eligible for th ese activities. Socially, the fraternity has held several smokers and two formal initiation banquets during the yea r. A successful Winter D ance was sponsored by the club and plans are being made for a June D ance to be held in one of H a rtford's various Country Clubs and for the annual Alumni Banquet at one of the city's pro minent hotels. 124


Back R ow: Grudzinski, P omeroy, Kea ne, Chotk owski, H oegberg, Kenny, Co rso, L. Bates . Fro 11t Rotu: Anthony, Carroll, David so n, Hull, Bauer, Flynn, A. Smith, Spring, Dill on.

CLASS OF I937 ALBERT STEPHEN ANTHONY

JoHN CoNDREN FLYNN

JoHN \VILBUR BAUER

\VILLIAM GooDsELL HuLL

JAMES MARREN CARROLL

JoHN THOMAs LLOYD

JosEPH RicHARD DILLON

FRANCis JoHN MeV ANE WILLIAM FRANCis MuRPHY

CLASS OF I938 LunMIL ADAM CHOTKOWSKI

ERICK lNGVAR HoEGBERG

ERNEST SHEAGREW CoRso

JAMES JoHN KENNEY

RoswELL McLEAN CRANE

\VILLIAM HENRY PoMEROY,

HARLEY THOMPSON DAVIDSON

ALVIN WALKER SMITH

STANLEY JosEPH GRuDziNSKI

EDwARD CHARLES SPRING

II

CLASS OF I939 LLOYD GRAHAM BATES, JR.

HENRY HASTON KEANE

HENRY FRANCis CooNEY

JoHN McCuLLOCH WILKINS

CLASS OF r 940 HERBERT HENRY PANKRATZ

THOMAS McLAUGHLIN

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Back R ow : Clarke, Chotkowski, W ebb, H aight, Alexander, W eeks, Talbot, Lind ell, K obrosky, Morris. Middle R ow : LeFevre, Wilcox, K eller, Barnewall, Vinick, D'Angelo, Gilman, Decker, H oward, Edstrom, Truex, Jesse. Fro11t Row : O'Malley, H arris, Budd, Driggs, J ackson, H amilton, Parker, Newhall, Upham.

VARSITY FOOTBALL MILTON

L.

Captain

KoBROSKY

Manager

JAMES HENDERSO N, JR. DANIEL

E.

Coach A ssistant Coach

]ESSE

JosEPH C. CLARKE

THE SUMMARY Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity

Hamilton Worcester Hobart Conn. State Wesleyan Norwich Vermont

17 14 6 8 20 6o

33

o o 26 o o o o 26

158

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DING out another suc<:ess ful season in the fourth yea r of its current and R OU highly satisfactory victory drive, th e Blue and G old Va rsity F ootball team swept throug h a difficult seven game schedule, sustaining only one loss en route, a nd revising the four yea r record so that it now stands twenty-two victories out of twe nty-four contests, with t welve straig ht wins at home. And what a season it was ! The most thrilling the prese nt Jun io r Class had ever see n. C aptain Mickey Kobrosky picked up right where he had left off the year before, and went ducking and dodging and drivin g on to new and higher laurels. Unanimously selected by the Associated Press for the Little A ll-A merican, the C obra was th e only repea ter on this hig hly select and honored eleven. Once more was he also named to th e All-State, All-New England, and All-Jewish All-A merican F ootball tea ms. But Mickey didn't get all the glory. Juniors Bob O'Malley, Sam Benj amin, Steve Truex, Frank J ackson, J erry K ell er, and C aptain-E lect H erb Vi nick were in there for a lot of the praise that this ha rd-hitting, hard-fig hting squad got. H obart was the only team to score on th em, and on successive Saturd ays C onnecticut State a nd W esleya n both saw fin e seasons ruined . H a milto n, \ Vo rcester T ech, N or wich, and Vermont, also wound up their seasons with blu e and gold splotches on their records. Once again it was speed a nd ba fflin g deceptio n that featured the Trinity attack. The Kobrosky-O'Malley passing combination- remember, " two halves make a touchdown"-was in full stride and acco unted fo r a goodly number of points, but even the line got a chance to "hike" this year, and tro tted merrily forwards, backwards, sideways, and forwards again much to th e bewild erment and discomfiture of th eir opponents. It is signifi ca nt that Trin's only defeat this year was sustained on a g ridiron so soaked that her warriors had no chance to get up eve n ankle high in the mud. The opening ga me was with H amilton, the team that roundly tro unced the Blue and G old in their last meeting, a nd they started the contest off by offe ring stubborn resistance to Trinity' s vaunted running attack. For a while the situation did not look too good for an openin g game, but with a sudden rush the bafflin g air attack started and wh en the smoke had cleared th e score was Trinity I 7, H amilton o . The W orcester E ngineers w ere the next to fall, and w ith Bobby O' Malley on the bench resting a leg injury, the team lost just a little of its effecti veness and sparkle, but still was able to work out a convincing I 4-0 win over a much improved team . Once more it was the aerial attack, even on a w et day, that pro ved to be the win ning margin . Then came th e H obart game and the only blot on the T r in ity escutcheon. Playing in a sea of mud, th e result of three steady days of rain, the Blue and G old Gridders found it diffi cult enoug h merely to keep their heads above water, let alone make any threatening offensive gestu res. A nd, although the sco re, 26- 6, looks a bit top heavy, Trinity supporters were able to gain so me satisfaction in that the Blue and G old substantially outgained their G enevan rivals. Smarting under the previous Saturd ay's reversal, th e team rose to the heig hts in slapping down the best C onn ecticut State squad to appear in H artford in seve ral years. 12 9


R ated th e pre-gam e favorites, and boastin g a n impressi ve record , th e Huskies exhibited a world of powe r, speed, and pep, but did not quite 11ave what it took to get ac ross th e last white lin e into pay dirt. Stand after stand th e stalwart Trinity line m ade. Time and again a r ecord brea king crowd, jammin g th e Trinity fi eld, saw th e Storrsm en sweep a round the ends and drive th roug h the lin e from the midfi eld stripe down to the ten-ya rd m arker and even a little fa rther, but inva riably the Blue and G old defense stiffened and held. Then suddenly th e C obra struck, and inter cepting a pass ca rried the ball br into C onnecticut territory. On e unsuccessful drive was follow ed by another that netted two points when th e ha rd charging Trin ity forwa rds rushed th e Husky fullback rig ht out of the playing fi eld. F rom th en on Trin disca rd ed its fa ncy, decepti ve attack and settled down to hard smashin g, defen ive football, striving to protect its slim lead, and w aitin g for a break that w ould give a genuin e scorin g opportunity. A nd once m ore the C obra struck ! Picking a fl oa ting C onn ecticut pass out of the air on th e dead run he sw ept into the end zone in a brilliant clas h that clin ched th e ga me and left the fin al sco re 8-o . D espite th e bigness and the importa nce of th e C onn ecticut State and H obart ga mes, th e whole squad, from C aptain Mickey down, insisted that it w as th e W esleyan ga me th at th ey were looking forward to, for it w as none oth er than th e C a rd inal who had snapped the Blue and G old's long winning streak. Aga in rated the und erdogs, th e team, accompanied by nin ety-nine and forty-four hundredths percent of the stud ent body, left for Middletown and the long awaited \i\Tesleyan fray . 20 - 0 . That was th e score, but it doesn't begin to tell th e story. A slippery, swivelhipped C ardinal and his giant sophomor e runnin g mate gave the Hilltoppers all th e excitement they could hold in th e first few minutes, and the W esleya n stands began miraculously to fill. M ore trouble ! And pl enty se rious. C aptain Mickey, playin g in th e gam e that m eant so much to him, w as forced out in the opening minutes with a broken fin ge r on his passing hand. It, how ever, w as the spur the tea m needed, and they rose and handed K obrosky the grand est tribute in their power; th ey cras hed throug h with a touchd own! C al Lindell , who spent m ost of th e afternoon cavorting in the W esleyan backfi eld, slipped in just a bit faster than usual, put himself o n the r eceiving end of a spinner, a nd ga lloped to w ithin inche of the score. It rem ain ed onl y for Mickey's substitute, Sophom ore E dd y Mo rris, to make a daring wheel aro und right end and Trin w as in th e va n, and \ Vesleya n's undefea ted season w as spoiled.

With M ickey once more back in th e ga m e, hand all band aged up, the team began to swing at an even hig her tempo. Up and down th e fi eld th ey m arched. Trinity substitutes in droves poured on and off the fi eld , the sco re rolled even hig her, and th e wildly chee rin g Trinity supporters lapsed into hoarse and throaty protestations of enco uragement. The last two ga mes we re anti-climaxes. orwich w as nowed und er a bew ild erin g barrage of passes and hig h powered deception, and w as able to make ca rcely a ny offensive gestures whil e succum bing 6o-o . Verm ont w ent dow n 33-0, after a stiff openin g fi g ht, in a ga m e that was featured by C aptain Mickey K obrosky's fin al ap-

J30


pea rance as a Trinity g ridiron star. It was unoffi cially "Kobrosky D ay," and friend s and w ell wishers from all over C onnecticut and M assac husetts turned out to see the C obra in his last gam e. Betwee n th e th e third and fourth periods th ere w as a short ce remony when Mickey w as presented with gifts from the team and other g roups of friends. H e expressed, his appreciation in one fin al brillia nt run , which althoug h it did not net a touchdown w a in all probability th e most m a5terful exhibition of broken field running th at he had ever put on in a Trinity gam e. Th e 1936 seaw n, howeve r, is gone, and already Trinity looks ahead. C oache D an ] essee and ] oe Clarke are laying the plans and devisin g the stra tegy w hich will ca use trouble fo r th e toug hest string of opponents that any Blu e and G old tea m has faced in many a yea r. With, how eve r, a strong n ucle us of returning Se niors, som e outstandin g ] uniors, and a few prom isin g Sophomores, th e team has every rig ht to face the future w ith optimism .

13 1


Top R ow: O os ting, D'Lorenzo, M orris, Ferguson, Knurek, Hull. Middle R ow: K obrosky, K enney, Ferrucci, Nelso n, Mountford. Sitting: Moran, Lindner.

VARSITY BASKETBALL FRANCIS

A. FERRUCCI

WILLIAM

G. H

Captain M anager

u LL

Coach

RAY OosTING

THE SUMMARY Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity

44

H averford

36 41 29 23 35 53 48 37 38 35 34 40

Vermont Brown Union

W es leyan Clark Bard Coast Guard W es leyan W orcester

Conn. State Boston University Conn. State

49 3

23 39 46 27 ]6

23 16 15 34 35 38 32 33 397

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WI

NI TG nin e out of thirteen starts, the Trinity Varsity basketball tea m snapped back into winning ways and once m ore broug ht th e Blu e and G old r eal

ew

England Championship consid eration. Grossly und errated at th e sta rt, the team cam e back after exams to take a hig hly favo red Cla rk tea m, snap vVesleya n's nine-gam e winning streak, and upset W orcester T ech, conque rors of Rhode I sland State. Possessed of an all veteran squ ad, C oach R ay O osting cam e up to the first game of th e sea on with Captain Fran Fe rru cci and M ickey K obrosky as forwards, O z Nelson at ce nter, and Bob O 'Malley a nd Jim K enney as g uard s.

H ave rford, by

virtue of being th e curtain-raise r, was the first to fa ll, and the team looked good winning by 44-23 . But a crack V ermont tea m comin g from be hind , aft er the big O z had been forced out of the gam e, wo rked out a 39- 36 win, and then on Saturday Brown University edged out the Bl ue and G old in a 46-41 ove rtime ba ttl e. Sweet reve nge, though, was the basketee rs as they h anded Un ion's high-gea red squad a two-point defeat to avenge th e previous yea r's lacing . A loss to Wesleya n's cham pionship team , in th e only rea l defeat of the season, and t he squad was ready to start its gra nd wi nn ing streak. Came the maJo r part of the season, and Bobby O' Malley regretfull y ga ve up sport to concentrate on his studies. A rt Mo untford was give n the chance a nd m ade good with a ve ngeance.

H e had w hat th e team needed, and proceeded to spark it

through to se ven victories out of th e n ext eig ht co ntests. A fa vored Cl ark team w as hand ed a 35 -23 lacing.

C oast G uard had the sco re more tha n tripl ed on them as

Junior Jim K enney held C aptain C ass scor eless fo r the fi rst tim e in his coll egiate career ; and then und efea ted W esleyan ca m e to town for a r eturn m atch. Th e lead changed hands eleven tim es, nine tim es th e score was tied, twice \ Vesleyan was away in th e van, but Fran, Mick, Oz, Jim and Mo nty prevailed and the drooping C a rdinals return ed to Middletown on th e short end of a 37 - 34 sco re. Th e big O z ca me into his own in the W orcester T ech thrill er , a nd aid ed by the brilliant w ork of Fe rrucci and Kobrosky worked out a last minute ad va ntage of 38- 35 . A nother ove rtime los, this time to Connecticut State, a hair-r aising two-point wi n ove r Boston University, and a smashing comeback win over C onnecticut State at H artford fin ished up a most successful sea on. T o Captain Frannie F errucci , M ickey K obrosky, A rt Mountfo rd and O z Nelson must go all the credit and honor th at can be give n to a g roup of sen iors. They will be much m issed next yea r, but in C aptain-elect Jim K enney, C oach R ay O ostin g has one of the fin est playe rs eve r to wea r the Blue and G old , and a rou nd him center the hopes for next yea r.

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Top R ow (left to right): M g r. P enfie ld, Lathrop, Campbell, Aksomitas, M an ice, Coach Clarke. M iddle R ow: Fannin g, Connar, Motten, Capt. On de-rdonk, Little, Ande rson. Front R ow: Muir, Sl owi k, Hill, J oh nso n.

VARSITY SWIMMING C aptain Manager C oach

A. BRUCE ONDERDONK RoBERT W. PENFIELD JosEPH

C. CLARKE THE SQUAD

ERIC A. ANDERSON

RICHARD J. HILL

ARTHUR H. CAMPBELL

JAMES

FREDERICK R.

B.

L.

LATHROP

Lours A. LITTLE

CoNNAR

G.

ALBERT AKSOMITAS

CLEMENT

T.

RoBERT M. MurR

TEIL FANNING

MoTTEN

WILLIAM H. JoHNSON

A. BRLTCE ONDERDONK

JoHN E. SLOWIK

DEFOREST MANICE SUMMARY

Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity

56 43

62 33

Unio n Coast Gu a rd M . I. T. M ass. State

Trinity

2I 34 I

5

44 394

Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Opponen ts

I34

32

Conn. Sta te Williams

68

20 45

W orceste r T ech

43

W es leyan

9 34

57

222


T HE

I 936 - 37 swimming tea m was one of the fin est ever to wear Trinity's colors. C oach Cla rke developed an alert, well-ba lanced squad that foug ht for every brea k, and w as outstandin g, eve n in defeat. C aptain Onderdonk led his team throug h six victories as against two losses, to establish an enviable reco rd. P aced by C aptain Onderdo nk, M otten, and Slowik, Trinity completely swamped Union, taking seven firsts and five seconds, to chalk up its fifth consec utive victory over the ew Y orkers in an im pressive seaso n-opener. l\t1otten took a first in the di ves ; Slow ik captured the I s o-yd . backstro ke, a nd 220-yd. sw im , with Onde rdonk w inning th e 200-yd. breaststroke. The fin al sco re w as S 6 to 2 I .

On February 9, in the second m ee t, t hat aw fo ur pool records go by the board, T rin ity nipped th e C oast Gua rd Academy in a close battle 4 3-3 4. C adet H ammons set a n unoffi cial N ew E ngland reco rd of I :40 in th e I so-yd. backstro ke. In his initial start for the Blue and G old , A kso mitas, fre hman sta r, established a new pool record of 2 :2 7 in the 200 -yd. breaststroke. C ompl etely submerging a w illing but woefully wea k M .I.T. team, Trinity took seven firsts to w in 62 -IS on Feb. I 3. C aptain D odge of M .I.T., however, fea tured by setting t wo new M .I.T. records in the 200- a nd I oo-yd. events. With J ohnny Slowik ha ndicapped by th e effects of a seve re illn ess, Trinity gave M assachusetts State a close run rig ht up to the fin al tellin g eve nt, the 400-yd. relay, before losing out 44- 33路 M eeting little opposition, the Blue a nd G old swimmers took eight of the n ine events to run up a score of s7- 20 o ver Connecticut State on F eb. 20 . Campbell streaked to victory in both dashes, while Captain Ond erdonk, finishin g with a powerful spurt, lowered the 44 0 college mark to S =33 路 7. Stacking up against a strong und efeated Williams outfit on F eb. 23, Trinity put up a thrillin g fi ght, only to lose out 4S-3 2. Th e Trinity medl ey relay team lowered the pool mark; eal, Williams ace , cut th e 440 pool ma rk do wn to S :20 . S. T aking every first and every second, exce pt in the 200-yd . breaststroke, Trinity ove rran W orcester T ech. 68-9 . Aksomitas broug ht th e 2oo-yd. breaststroke mark down to 2 :39. 8. Th e final m eet of the season broug ht with it a long awaited event-a victory over W esleyan. The Hilltoppers took all but two firsts, but the R edmen bunched up the seconds a nd thirds to make the victory a hard-fou g ht one. T he very first event was characteristic of the entire m eet as A nderson, swimming anchor on the medley relay tea m, turned in a brilliant performa nce to win by inches. M otten's victory in the dives definitely turned the tide, the fin al score being 4 3-34.

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Back R ow: Alexander. Nelson, Jessee. Seco11-d R nr.v: Lind ell', Decker, D arncv路.rcdl , O'Mall ey, Downes. First Row: J aspersohn, Morris, P atton, K obrosky, Allen.

VARSITY BASEBALL RAYMOND

s. PATTON

CLIFFORD C.

Captain Manager Coach

ELSON

DANIEL E. JESSEE THE SQUAD

Outfield Shortstop EDWARD L. MoRRIS, Pitcher RoBERT D. O'MALLEY, Second Base RAYMOND S. PATTON, Pitcher RoBERT R. PARKER, Catcher

JOHN C. ALEXANDER, JR.,

MIL TON S . KoBROSKY,

DAVID WILLIAM ALLEN,

CARL

Outfield First Base JoHN BARNEWALL, Outfield MELVIN R. DowNES, Thi1路rl Base FRANK FERRucci, Outfield PAUL JAsPERSOH N, Shortstop

Trinity Trinity Trinity

6

Trinity

10

Wesleyan Amherst Coast Guard Academy Connecticut State

Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity

10

Stevens

3

8 Rain 4 4

Colby 'M assachusetts State Union

\V.

LINDELL,

SUMMARY Trinity 5

Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity

6 4

6 I

Rain

Worcester Tech. 0

Rain 4

s6

2

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Williams

Clark Hamilton Con necticut State

6 6 Rain


T HE

I 936 base ball season was fea tured by exhibitions of both fin e and poo r play-

ing ; the pitchin g department headed hy C aptain P atton was deservin g of co nsid erable cr edit whil e th e fi eldin g division, despite its ups and downs, must be credited for a fi ghting spirit that would not admit defeat. C oach D an J essee, faced at the outset of th e season with the task of findin g a new smooth-workin g combination, completed the schedule with an excellent record of se ven victories and four defeats. In its openin g encounter Trinity with C aptain P atton on the mound defeated W esleya n by a score of 6 to S路 T akin g on A mh erst in its second tilt, the Blu e and G olds ca me out on th e short end of a 6 to 3 sco re; ragged defense offset excellent pitching and good hitting . P arker cras hed out a hom er and two sin gles to take hittin g honors. Th e C oast Guard nine invad ed th e Hilltop on April 25 and w ere turned back by th e impressive pitching of Ed M orris, freshman pitcher. G oing hitl ess for six innings Trinity w ent on an eig hth inning splurge that netted six runs ; th e fin al score was 8 to 4路 Traveling to C onnecticut State on A pril 28 th, th e Hilltoppers ga thered a I O to 6 victory in a game th at saw brilliant as w ell as sloppy fi elding ; a sum total of

I

3 errors

was chalked up aga inst both tea ms. P atton, thoug h reached for I 2 hits, w as steady enoug h to win out in the final tally as Trinity scored eig ht runs in th e last three innings to freeze the victory. Lind ell , O'Malley, and Barn ew all fea tured at bat. M ay 2 found Trinity back on its home g ro unds facing a Stevens Institute squad. With R ay P atton pitching a three-hit game and fanning I 5 batters, the Blue and G old ran up a one-sid ed score of

1o

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P atton also fea tured at bat with three hits, P arker and H arris receiving

two. A revamped infi eld found Mo rris at 3 rd , L ind ell at short, O' Malley at 2nd , and All en at

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In winn ing his fourth sta rt of th e season P atton supported by excellent fi elding allowed a l\1assachusetts State team only 4 hits, and struck out

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victory. O' Malley smas hed out t wo hits and drove in three runs. In a close encounter with Union on M ay 9, Trinity fin ally won out 4 to 3路 Trailing in the 9th by a 3 to I sco re Trin rallied to tie th e score ; then in th e l Oth a squeeze bunt by A llen brought home Lind ell to win the game. l\1orris repl aced P atton in the 4th and w as credited with the victory. F acin g 4-hit pitching by M inot Bridg ham, Trinity succumbed to W orcester T ech by a 6-5 score. On M ay

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Trinity met its first s hu ~o ut of the season, s-o . A t H amilton on May 23, Trinity won a hard fo ug ht 4- 3 ga me, a double by A lexand er in the I oth sending K obrosky home to pull the game out of the fi re. In the fin al game, a return engagement, C onnecticut State pound ed Mo rris for hits to win, 7-2.

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B ack Row: Oostin g, Clarke, Budd. Third R ow: Mills, D riggs, Hayden, Peterson, Barlow, M ertens, Anth ony, P ace li a. Second R or.u: Santoorji an, Ba rrett, Schmid, Truex, P erry, Green leaf, Vini ck, H orn. Fir.st R ow: Hull , B aue r, J ohnson, Warn e r, H aight, Motten, Astman, Hi ckey, Brenn an.

TRACK Captain Manager Coach A ssistant Coach

WILSON HAIGHT BERN BuoD, JR . RAY OosTIN G JOSEPH

c. CLARKE THE SQUAD

Jos EPH

G.

CARL

AsTMAN

EDWARD R. BARLOW

R.

HoDGDON, JR.

WILLIAM

G. HULL

JoHN W. BAUER

RoNoLn A . MERTEN S

JoHN D. BRENNAN

CLEMENT

WILSON HAIG HT

BoRis W.

G. MoTTEN P A CELIA

A. HARRY SANTOORJIAN ERNEST C. ScHMID STEPHEN M. TRUEX HERBERT VINICK JoHN C. WARNER

RAYMOND A. PERRY

Trinity Trinity

Trinity Trinity E.LC.A.A. Trinity

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67 48 48

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URING a seaso n that was fea tured by unusually fas t co mpetition, the I 936 Trinity track team earn ed a better than ever brea k- winning three and losing two mee ts. C oach R ay O osting, assisted by J oseph Cla rke, se nt out on th e fi eld a determin ed Blue and G old team headed by C aptain H aig ht; the team is to be complim ented fo r a fi g hting spirit that w as evidenced by com parative scores. Without doubt Steve Truex, Trinity's " Iron l\1a n," snared the individu al honors, setting a new reco rd of 40' I I 0" in the shot-put and equalling the college r ecord of 10 .2 seco nds in the 100-yard dash . C aptain H aig ht had a highly successful season, being a consistent winner in his specialties-bot h hurdle events. G etting off to a slow sta rt T ri nity bowed to Tufts in a close ope ning engagement on A pril 25. Th e classy J umbo outfit, scoring heavily in the ru nning eve nts, came out on the heavy end of a 67 to 59 score. Captain H aight won both hurdle events, w hile Motten and T ruex monopolized the fi eld events. Starr and T etzlaff fea tured for Tufts in the middl e distance events and das he . On May 2, gain ing momentum in its seco nd venture, the Blue and G old team, led by top-sco rin g Steve Tru ex, swept asid e a Massachusetts State squad by a score of 78 to 4 8 to gain a brillia nt victory. Truex took firsts in the 100, 220, shot- put, discus, and second in the javelin thro w. Schmid came throug h with a tingling victory in th e 88o and placed second in the 440 ; C aptain H aig ht again nabbed both hurdle events. J ourneying to C onnecticut State on M ay 8, T rinity ra n away w ith th e m eet to the tune of 83 to 48, snaring eig ht firsts to the Nutmeggers' fi ve. The Hilltoppers co ntinued their superiority in the fi eld eve nts ; Truex taking shot-put, discus, and both dashes, Vinick the javelin throw , Hull th e broad jump, W a rner a nd P acelia the hig h jump. Averill fea tured fo r C onnecticut State in the 440 a nd 88o . M ay I 5 saw Trinity hit its seco nd snag of the seaso n, as it we nt down in defeat before a powerful \ Vesleya n outfit by the score of 7 4 to 5 2 . D isplaying a terrific finishing kick Sch_mid sprinted to a thrill victory in the 88o-yard ru n, preventing the big R ed team from making a clean sweep in the r unning events. Vinick, Truex, and H odgdon swept the javelin w hile Astman a nd M otten tied fo r first in the pole vault. W esleyan's feature m en w ere R oxby, w ho took both hurdles, Cla rke winner of both dashes, and Ackart top man in the shot- put and discus. With Steve T r uex again in fi g hting for m, T rin ity snatched a brilliant close- fo ug ht victory fro m R ensse laer P olytechnic Institute on May 23 . Th e fi nal score was 7 I to 55. Scoring 2 I points Truex took th ree firsts and two seconds, setting a new record in the shot-put. Hull, Motten, and " Ta rn er swept the all-important broad jump to clinch the victory ove r th e T ro ja n team .

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Costing, Perry, Bauer, M ountford, T ev lin, Hawkin s, Pet erso n, Castagno, Hamilton.

CROSS--COUNTRY A cting Captain

RAYMOND PERRY

Manager

ALEXANDER HAMIL TON

Coach

RAY00STING

THE ,SUMMARY Trir.ity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity

W orcester Coast Guard Conn. State Wesleyan Hard

36 27

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its first season as a recognized minor letter sport, th e Cross-Country team, coached by Ray Oosting, turned in a record of two wins and three defeats out of five contests. The victories were registered over Coast Guard in a thrilling duel, and over Bard on th e latter's home course. The defeats were handed the Blue and Gold by Worcester T ech on the latter's own hills, and by Connecticut State and W esleyan on the Trinity course. The record does not at first glance appear as favorable as other yea rs, but it must be remembered that in making the sport offi cial, all freshmen were of a necessity barred from competition. This ruling hit the team's chances particularly hard this yea r because of th e unusual strength of the Freshman squad, a group of harriers who forced th e varsity to give all it had in order to beat th em. o official captain was elected, but ] unior R ay P erry acted 111 that capacity 111 all m eets and is the C aptain-elect for next season. In addition, R ay, th e Trinity record holder, led his mates in individual sco ring, piling up a total of 47 points in a scoring system that coun ts ten for a first, nine for a second, and so on down. The oth er lettermen and th eir scoring were Phil H awkins with 37 points and Art Mountford with 23 . The basis of awa rds for letters was found during the season to be too strin gent, and has subsequently been modifi ed so that the remaining squ ad members have excellent chances of getting their awards next year. The other men who competed during the course of the season were: Bauer, C astagno, Peterson, and Tevlin. In the annual medal races conduct~d at the conclusion of the season, Ray Perry captured the Varsity gold medal and T om McLaughlin ran off with the Freshman honor award.

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Back R ow: W ad low, Alexander, Dimlin g, Rihl, Bland , Losca lzo, H owe, H azen, H aslach, D. Smith, Ferguson, K elly, Orrick, Swiderski. Second R ow: K azar ian , M erski, N eill, Tibbals, J. R anda ll, Lindn er, H opkin s, M cC loskey, Clarke, G . R andall. First R ow: Fernandez, Sh elly, Abts, Lathrop, Ripa, Capobianco, Connelly, Allen, J acy .

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Manager

THEODORE A. SwiDERSKI

p.

ORRICK

Coach

THOMAS S. WADLOW

A ssistant Coach

WILLIAM

THE SQUAD

w.

HENRY

ABTS

JAMES

JoHN

V.

ALVIN

RICHARD

DIMLING

C.

WILLIAM

L.

LATHROP

RICHARD D. LINDNER

H. STANLEY ALEXANDER

F.

MoRAN

s. NEILL

HoPKIN S

JAMES

F.

JoHN R. RANDALL

KELLY

O G DEN KNAPP

JOSEPH L. RIHL

EDWARD T. KNUREK

RALPH

Trin ty Trin ty Trin ty

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SHELLEY

THE SUMMARY Choate W es leyan Connecticut State

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l~au e r,

Back R ow: Front R ow :

H opkin s, Wi g htman, Collins, Brennan, McCl oud .

M o ran, Knur ek, Lindn er, M on tgomery, Ferg uso n.

JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL J. VVILBUR BAUE R WALTER

Manager

E . McCLouo

Coach

THE SUMMARY Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity 'I'rinity Trinity

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Back R ow: Fron t R ow:

Pug h, Olson, Wilcox, Clarke. Wcissheimer, Sherm an, P orter, T. Fannin g , Tibbals.

JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING M anager

CRESSON PU GH

C oach

Jos EPH C. CLARKE THE SQUAD

w.

THOMAS H. FANNIN G

GEORGE

CARL R. HoDGDON

LESTER TIBBALS, JR.

ARTHUR

c. OLSON

STARKEY

JOHN\\'. WEISSHEIMER

BRAYTON A. PoRTER, JR.

JoHN T . WILcox

ARTHUR SHERMAN

JoHN H. WILSON TH E

Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity Trinity

SUMMARY H artford H . S. Bulk eley H . S. Bulkcl ey H. S. Suffield H opk in s

29 41 24

55 20

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ATHLETIC TROPHIES THE ALUMNI TROPHY FOR ALL SPORTS WoN BY ALPHA TAu KAPPA AND SIGMA

EWTON C. BRAINARD TROPHY

u, 1936

SYDNEY T. MILLER TROPHY

Individual Squash Racquets WoN BY FRANCIS G. JAcKsoN, I936

Squash Racquets WoN BY ST. ANTHONY HALL, I936

ALEXANDER OGILBY TROPHY

PETER OGILBY TROPHY

Swimming \.VoN BY P si UPsiLON, 1937

Basketball WoN BY ALPHA TAu KAPPA, 1937

LYMAN OGILBY TROPHY

GODFREY M. BRI LEY TROPHY

Water Baseball \VoN BY NEUTRAL GoLo, I936

T ennis \VoN BY ALPHA DELTA PHI, 1936

PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TROPHY

PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTME T TROPHY

Individual T ennis \VoN BY JoHN M. PARSONs, I936

Playground Baseball WoN BY ALPHA CHI RHo, 1936

EDWARD R. LAMPSON TROPHY Track WoN BY SIGMA 150

u, I936


HONORS AND PRIZES FOR THE YEAR 1935--1936 ........... ... .JoHN RoDNEY WILLIAMS ALVATORE SYLVESTER PIACENTE

V alerlictorian Salutatorian

H onors in English ....... .. .... .. DoNALD GRAHAM HURD H onors in Modern Languages .. JoHN BERNARD PRESTON H onors in M odern Languages .... .. .... ..... 路HowARD PETER WINTERS

ALUMNI PRIZES IN E TGLISH COMPOSITION .......... ... ............ .. ........ RoBERT IRA McKEE .... ... ... . ...... .. .... .. ..... .. .... JAMES NooNAN EGAN HARRIN GTON LITTELL

First Prize ... Second Prize Third Prize

THE FRA K \V. WHITLOCK PRIZES FOR PUBLIC SPEAKI G First Prize ..... ... .................................. SAM UEL ICOLL BENJAMIN Second Pri-:::.e ... ... ... .. ... .. ................ ... CLEMENT GILE MoTTEN

THE F. A. BROWN PRIZE FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING WILLIAM MuRRAY

MAURICE KIRBY

THE PHI GAMMA DELTA PRIZES I FOR FRESHME r

MATHE::v1ATICS

F irst Prize ..... . ... ... ........................... ]AMES MICHAEL KELLY Second Prize BERNARD GALE BoRDEN -Third Pri-:::.e .... ........ .. ..... .. ........ ... ... . MICHAEL VINCENT G uATIERI

H onorable Mention

{STEPHEN R ussE LL BARTLETT .............. . ... ~DAVID DAVIDSON ~GREGORY ARMAND GABOURY

THE VANZILE POETRY PRIZE JoHN DAvis ScRANTON THE PRIZE IN FRESHMAN LATIN RuDOLPH VrcToR 0BLOM I)I


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Back R ow: H ull, T ruex, P a rk e r, D ex te r Front R ow: Bainb ri dge, O ' Bryo n, H enderson, O nderdonk, Patton

THE SENATE OFFICERS jAMES HENDERSON, WILLIAM

Pr路esident Secretary Tr easurer

]R.

R. O'BRYON

BR UC E ONDERDONK MEMBERS RoBERT R . PARKER

RoBERT P . BAINBRIDGE

s. PATTON

RAYMOND H. DE XTER

RAYMOND

JAMES HENDERSON, JR.

ART H U R BR UC E ONDERDONK

WILLIAM

G.

CLIFFORD

c. NELSO N

WILLIAM R. O'BRYON

H U LL

S T EPHEN

M. TR UEX

HE Senate is probably the most important stud ent organization on the campus. It super vises all student elections, college da nces, and other activities, and takes charge whenever probl ems concernin g th e w elfare of the stud ent body present themselves. In addition, it sponsors Senate dan ces at intervals durin g the school year . E lections to th e Senate are held in the spring, and juniors elected at this tim e ser ve , without voting pow er, for the rest of th e term, so that th ey will be acquainted with their duties, which begin in the fall of their senio r yea r. The presid ent of th e Senate is also presid ent of th e stud ent body.

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L eft to R ig Itt:

Brooke, H enderson, P atton

THE MEDUSA ESTABLISHED I SENIOR HONORARY SOCIETY RAYMOND JOEL

1.

s. PATTON, JR.

BROOKE

J A MES HENDERSON, JR.

T HE

M edusa, senior honor society, election to which is ge nerally co nsid ered as the hig hest honor attaina ble at Trinity, became more exclusive than fo rmerly, when only three new m en of the class of thirty-eig ht w ere selected at th e awe-inspiring tappin g ceremony held in view of the student body at th e Bishop's statu e, on the eve ning of M ay 2 I. With no definite prog ram, the M edusa lends a hand wherever it can, as emergency situations may arise from time to time. This past yea r, bac ked 路 by the pow er of th e Senate, they inaug urated an anti-noise program to squ elch o verly boisterous dormitories enlivened by a continuous uproar o f radios, phonog raphs, pianos, and various other noisemaking devices, as well as voices well lubricated by bee r , milk, and other beverages. The Medusa a nd Senate w ere particularl y specifi c as to th e particular nuisances in th eir campaign .

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THE COMMONS CLUB O F FICE RS RAYMOND H. DE XTER, JR. ALviN R.

r iELSEN

ALE XANDER HAMILTON E L sTON J. H o w E

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

E

JOYING its most prosperous year since its beginning in I93I, the C ommons Club has established itself as a more defin itely orga nize<! body this past season. Factors ir. this better o rganization have bee n an increased m embership, th e inaug uration of a fo rmal initiation ceremony, the codifi cation of the by-laws of the club, and th e beginning of a movement towards procurin g a club house . A thletically, the club maintains its usual active standing und er Clem M otten, intramural manager; while socially, th e annual banquet at the end of May, th e annual F aculty T ea durin g th e Sophomore H op week-end, and th e Christm as pa rty proved th e standout events.

Prominent among th e organization's other activities were th e presentation of the club fl ag to th e Chapel of P erfect Friend ship, and the annual Commons Club Ch apel service. Alexa nd er H amilton, designer of the fla g, presented it with suitable ceremony on D ecember ninth, when it was hung with th e fraternity fl ags, and also conducted the Chapel Service on D ecember thirteenth, th e birthday of T ed W oodbury, late vicepresid ent of th e C ommons Club. A mong th e speakers to address the club durin g the season were Professors Iaylor, Troxell , Berger, R ogers, Mr. Brainard of the Trustees, and Cl em Motten, w ho spoke on his European trip. Th e C ommons Club, which occupies a distinctive pl ace on th e ca mpus, is an ind epend ently organized social g roup, and still bein g non-fraternal, it helps fill the wide gap between the neutral body and fraternities.


Back Row : Laus, Grover, G oodwin, R. H amilton, Cha rles, \Veiss heimer, K err, M acy, Snow Middle Row: Scranton, Stubbs, Greco, Lynch, Ni ckel, Hill, H eath, Cross, Sh aeffe r Front Row : Cl app, Howe, A. H amilton, Dexter, Ni e lse n, Gill espi e, Schmi dt, K eati ng

CLASS

OF

1937

]R .

RAYMOND H. DEXTER,

ALEXANDER HAMIL TON

RICHARD H . GILLESPIE

PAUL C . LA US

JOSEPH A . GRECO

w. LYN C H

"\VILB U R ALVIN R. NIELSEN CLASS

DunLEY]. CLAPP,

OF

I938

]R.

CLEMENT G. MoTTEN

EvERETT T . CRoss

ERNEST C. ScHMID

ELsTON ] . HowE

JoHN D. S c RANTON

RICHARD ] . HILL

KARL R . SNOW CLASS

OF

I939

THOMAS D. HEATH

CLINTON

DAVID KEATIN G

J o HN CLA SS

OF

T.

M AC Y

\V. VlEISSHE IM ER

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EDWIN A. CHARLES

CAsPER

PAUL A. GoonwiN

GEOR GE

RALPH

GEOR G E R. STU BBS

s. GROVER

RICHARD

w. HAMILTON

ROBERT

HARRY R. NICKEL

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S M IT H

s. KERR


THE TRIPOD ANUARY found the Tripod with all of its established policies passin g into the able

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hand s of L. M oray A rmstrong, Clem M otten, and William G orman th e new edi-

tors. Still exerting th eir g reatest efforts tow ard s m aking the T ripod a newspaper r ather than an echo of the city dailies, th e new editors have co ntinu ed to direct their attention to g uest spea kers, college policies and plans, and fac ts pertin ent to the m en and th e work th ey are doing at T r inity in their respective fields of resea rch. R eportorially, the paper has, during th e past season, disca rded mu ch of its co nve ntiona_l newspaper venee r, and has made itself a m or e perso nal vehicl e, generally close r to the heart of th e campus. L arge r alumni issues and editorials by g uest alumni editors ar e among the new innova tions of the new r egim e, and to date se veral successful alumni issues have been run, many containin g as m any as ten pag_es . But despite the wealth of news in these alumni editions, the seaso n has been unfortunately marred by several issue padd ed to required size often w ith trit~ a nd irreleva nt material. This failure of the board s to gather enoug h news or interestin g fea ture material is th e onl y obvious fault of the paper, that has not as yet been entirely rectifi ed . Improved columns and th eatre department, a definite trend towards better education of the underg raduate body in administra tive rules and regulations, plus a less stern editorial tone, predominate as t he more sig nifi ca nt of th e m anage m ent's policies.

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Back R ow : Decker, Cromwell, W eissheirner, Wilso n, P atte rso n Middle Row: G o rman, Whaples , Armstrong, N. Fannin g fr ont R ow: Buth s, .Bates, Ba ss fo rd, R oundtree, VanDu ser

ESTABLISHED

I

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Editor-in-Chief

L.

MoRAY ARMSTRONG

Managing Editor

A ssigmnent Editor

CLEMENT G. MOTTEN

WILLIAM H. GoRMAN

Editorial Staff ETHAN A . BASSFORD

WILLIAM H. DECKER

ARTHUR M. SHERMAN

GEOR G E B. PATTERSON JosEPH B. WEIMERT

R eportorial Staff

P.

JosiAs CROMWELL

vVARo

JoHN B. REINHEIMER

GEoRG E RouNDTREE

BATEs

Business Manager THOMAS

A.

\VHAPLES

Advertising Manager

Circulation Manager

T. O'NEIL FANNING

JosEPH C. BuTHs

Business Staff GEORGE

F.

WILSON

HERBERT BLAND I

59


Back R ow: Moore, Lusk, H aga rty, H as kell Front R ow: P. D ownes, Gill esp ie, Calderwood, A. H am ilton, P enfie ld

PI GAMMA MU OFFICERS

President Vice- president Secretary- Treasurer

FREDERICK A. CALDERWOOD, JR . RICHARD H. GILLESPIE, JR. PROFESSOR RAYMOND CUNIN G HAM HONORARY MEMBERS CLEMENT

c.

HYDE

ELLSWORTH H U NTIN GTON

RoBERT BYRNES

G usTA V A. KLEENE

HARRY ToDD CosTE LLO

ANsoN T. McCooK

THURMAN Losso N HooD

J o HN REITMEYER

EDWARD FRANK H uMP HREY

CHARLES E. RoGERs EDWARD

L.

TROXELL

MEMBERS ALBERT

s. ANTHONY

ALBERT E. HA SKELL

E. RoBERT BARLOW

ALEXA NDER VAN C. H AM ILTON

M.

FREDERICK A . C A LDERWOOD

R OBE RT

PHILIP F. DowNEs

GEORGE L. L usK, JR.

RICHARD H . GILLESPIE

NoRMAN H . G. MooRE

FRANK A. HAGA RTY

R oBERT I6o

W.

KELLY

P E NFIELD


Back R ow : Perry, Armstrong, H agarty, Turner, Whaplcs Front R ow : Clapp, Rundb aken, Tulin, F ann ing, Merrill

TRINITY IVY EsTABLISHED IN 1 8 73 MA U RICE T u LIN TIMOTHy

0'

Editor-in-Chief B usiness Manager

J EIL FANNING

EDITORIAL BOARD LORENZO M. ARMSTRONG FRANK A. HA GARTY ALBER'r

CLEMENT

G.

MoTTEN

RAYMOND A. PERRY R u NDBA KEN

BUSI TESS BOARD

T

D unLEY ]. CLAPP

ALBERT C . TURNER

JoHN T. MERRILL

THOMAS A. WHAPLES

I vy>one of Trinity's old est organizations, has, since I913> been attempting to give a reliable and complete yearly history of college activities and happenings at Trinity. For m any yea rs prior to this date, the book appeared as a stereotyped annual, with little to explain the activities of th e organizations pictured th erein. In r ecent years, however, the I vy has bee n abl e, by co mbinin g resum es with pictures, to g ive a more lasting account of college life. Novelty of arrangement, a nd of pictorial effects has also fi gu red promin ently in its recent development. HE

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Back R ow : M acy, K ennard, Van D uzer, P ettit, Sherman, St rong Front R ow : W ams ley, H am ilto n, T urner, M ui r, W iddific ld

THE SEABURY SOCIETY OFFICERS

Presiden t

ALBERT C . T u RNER

Vice President

RoBERT M. M u iR

Secretary- Treasurer

ALE XANDER H A MILTON MEMBERS A LEXA NDER HAMIL TON

A RTH U R M. SHERMA N, JR.

S P EN C ER P. KENN ARD, JR.

GEOR G E

PA U L

c. LA US

SMITH, JR.

ALBERT C. T u RNER

CLINTON T. MAC Y

ALBERT

R o BERT M. MurR, JR. EDWARD F. H. PETTIT

w.

RIC H ARD A. S T RON G

w.

VAND UZ ER

RIC HARD W. WALMSLEY

c.

GEORG E WIDDIF IELD

Seabury Society was found ed in O ctober, I 9 36 , to unite stud ents with similar inter ests in religious and social w ork and problem s. Activities have included prom otion of social w ork on the campus; and m eetin gs and se rvices for the members.

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Back R ow: McKee, O'Connell, !J anson, M. D ownes, Dimlin g, H aga rty, Lindsay Frottt R ow: Mr. W atters, P omeroy, Culleney, W. Anderson, H ass ley, Mu sgrave, Sl ate, Santoo rji an

THE CHOIR CLARENCE E . WATTERS DANIELL. NEWLANDS,

Organist and Choirmaster

]R.

A ssistant Organist

FIRST TENORS GEORGE

w . CULLENEY,

II

JosEP H B. O'CoNNELL

WILLIAM N . LINDSAY

WILLIAM H . PoMEROY, SECOND TE

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ORS

JoHN D. BANKS

\VILLIAM HASSLEY

MELVIN R. DowNEs

THEODORE F. M usGRAVE FIRST BASSES

JoHN

V.

DIMLIN G

DAN P . B. HANSON

FRANK A . HAGARTY

HERBERT

. SLATE

SECOND BASSES wALLACE L. ANDERSON

GREGORY T. McKEE

THEODORE A. BALLIEN

A. HARRY SANTOORJIAN


THE GLEE CLUB OFFICERS THEODORE F. MusGRAVE JOHN D. BANKS CLARENCE E. WATTERS CHARLES D. \VALKER WILLIAM N. LINDSAY AND FRANK A. HAGARTY

President B usiness Manager Director A ccompanist Librarians

T HE

Glee Club's fifth year under Mr. Clarence ~Ta tters' direction has been a completely gratifying one. Concerts have been many and uniformly good, and a standard of singing has been set which is indeed enviable. The seaso n opened with a concert at the H artford R etreat on D ecember I 7. Piano duos were played by Charles D. Walker and Maurice Tulin, and violo ncello solos by

Frank A. H agarty were included on th e program, which was well received. Informal 路dancing followed th e conce rt. On February r6 th e Club sa ng a fifteen minute program over Station WDRC, to arouse interest in an Inter-Collegiate Glee Club F estival which was held at Bushnell Memorial on February 26 . Twenty-six N ew England glee clubs took part in what proved to be a very successful conce rt. The Club w ent to ew Y ork on March I 3 to sing a n half-hour program over Station \VOR. Dan Hanson sang a g roup of ba ritone solos between gro ups. On April 9 the club sa ng a joint co nce rt with the Glee Club of St. Margaret's School in \Vaterbury . Dinner preceded the concert, a nd very enj oyable dancin g followed. The program included cello solos by Frank A. H agarty, and the clubs were assisted by Gregory McKee, who played the trumpet descants which are a part of Mr. Watters' arrangem ent of "A Mighty Fortress is Our G od ." That both Clubs were at th eir best was proved by the enthusiasm of the audience a nd by the atmosphere of happiness which prevailed. On April I 3 the Club gave a joint concert with th e H artford YWCA Glee Club in the Chemistry Laboratory. D ancin g followed in th e dining hall. On April I 6 the Club made its annual trip to the Edgewood P ark Junior College, and on May 7 the final appearance of the Club was in a joint concert with th e Club of St. J o eph's College.


Back Row: McCafferty, Dimlin g, Slate, Lind say, Ramaker, W. Anderson, Ha garty, H anson Second R ow: \V . J. McCarthy, H olmg ren, L. Walker, H ayde n, Culleney, Schreck, Belli s, Enge l, P enfield ,

Saul, A. Johnson Pomeroy, O'Connell, M. D ownes, Musgrave, Mr. VVattc rs, Bank s, Swidreski, M. Tulin,

Front R ow:

C. W alker

TENORS JoHN D. BANKS

. LINDSAY

WILLIAM

WILLIAM H. PoMEROY

. McCAFFERTY GEORGE R. ScHRECK

GEoRGE W. CuLLENEY

RoBERT THEODORE F. MusGRAVE THEODORE A. SwiDERSKI

NEAL F. HoLMGREN

JosEPH B. O'CoNNELL

WILLIAM F. BoLES

LEwis M. WALKER

BASSES

vvALLACE

L. ANDERsoN

JoHN A . BELLIS

V.

JoHN

DIMLIN G

MELVIN R. DowNES ARVID DAN

w.

p.

ENGEL

B. HANSON

HENRY H. HAYDEN FRANK A. HAGARTY ARTHUR

V.

JoHNSON

RoBERT H. PAYNE RoBERT W. PENFIELD JuDsoN S. RAMAKER

WILLIAM ]. McCARTHY

MIL TON E . SAUL

GREGORY T. McKEE

HERBERT N. SLATE

DANIELL. NEWLANDS

PAULs. STENBUCK

MAURICE TuuN

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Back R or.o :

P erry, Sammartin o, Bati gna ni ,

Front R ow:

R usso, D e M on te, Scenti, Qu alti eriJ DiLorenzo

IL CIRCOLO DANTE OFFICERS MicHAEL Sc ENTI JOHN DEMONTE JOSEPH GRECO RoMEo CAsTAGNo :MICHAEL Q UALTIERI SEBASTIAN R usso

C onsul Vice C onsul Tribune Q uestor L ibrarian Marshal MEMBERS

DILORENZO CAR MIN LA VIER I

THOMAS SAMMARTINO FRED BATIGNANI

ANTHONY

L Eo GIARDI

I

r r ealizing th e basic pur pose of its foundation four years ago, of streng thening social r elations am ong stud ents of Italian orig in, the Il C ir colo D a nte has en joyed the m ost successful season of its brief history . T akin g th eir cu e from last spring 's a m bitious progra m, the club has, so fa r this year, topped all former seasons in activity with a program featured by a n illustrated public lecture in th e n ew Ch emistry building audito rium, "Bologna Ia dotta e la g rassa," by Sig no rin a G a briella, head of th e W ell esley Italian depa rtm ent.

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Back R ow:

DiLorenzo, Astman, Vinick, H enderson, H aight, H am ilton, N. Fanning, H odgdon, Budd Perry, Budd, H arris, Hill, Alexander, l\1orris, Anderson, Connar, H awkins, Muir Second R ow: Hull, Littly, M oundfo rd, O'Bry on, Truex, O nderdonk , K oprosky, Lin dell Front R ow: O' M a lley, P enfield, H ami lton, P.acclia, Schmidt, Baue r

T IT.ird R ow:

VARSITY CLUB MEMBERS ALBERT AK50MITAS

j OHN

E.

c.

ALEXANDER

ARTHUR ANDERSON

J osEPH G. AsTJV!AN jOHN

w.

BA UER

N.

SAMUEL

BE NJAM I N

GEORGE PA UL

V.

s.

HA MILTON

HARRIS

P.

H uBERT

HA wKINS

ARTHUR W. M oUNDFORD R oBERT M. M UIR CLIFFORD

c.

NELSON

jAMES H ENDERSON

WI LLIAM R. O ' BRYON

RI CH ARD J. HIL L

R OBERT

CARL R. H oDG DON

A.

G.

D .

O'MALL EY

RR UCE O N DERD ONK

j OHN D. BR E><NA

WI LL IAM

BEEKM.'\N B uoo

FR ANCIS G. jACKSON

BoRIS W. PA CELlA RoBERT R. PARK ER

H ULL

BERN B uDD, J R.

GERALD B . K ELLER

ARTHUR H. CAMPBELL

jAMES J . KEN,.., EY

R OBERT CONN.'\R

MILTON

SIDNEY

r:.

CRAMER

L.

K oBROSKY

CHARLES H. LEF EVRE

w.

R oBERT

W.

R AYMOI<D

PENFIELD

s. P ATTON

R AYMOND A. PERRY ER,..,EsT C. ScHMID

EuGENE J. D 'A~<GELO

CARL

ANTHONY DILORENZO

LouiS A. LI TTLE

RvDOLPH

DEFOREST

STEPHEN M. TR UEX

H owARD

A.

EnsTROM

LI I<DELL

L. MoRRIS G. MoTTEN

T. NEIL FANNING

EowARD

FRANCIS A. F ERRUCCI

CLEMENT

WIL SON HAIG HT

MA,..,ICE, JR.

joH" E. SLOWIK

L.

TALBOT

H ERBERT VI NICK

jOHI<

C.

W .• RNER


THE POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS \V.

PENFIELD

President

RIC HARD H . GILL ESPIE

Vice-presiden t

ROBERT

D u DLEY

J.

EDWARD

F. H

Secretary

CLAPP

F acuity A. dviser

U MPHRE Y

T HE

P olitical Science Club is one of the la rgest orga nizations on the ca mpu路s. The Club endea vors to keep abreast of political thoug ht of the day, sponsoring lecture and informal talks by various a uthorities on vital subjects. L ast fall R obert Byrnes, political comm entator of the " H artford C oura nt," addre sed the Club on the presid ential issue, w hich w as paramount at that particular time. Mr. Byrnes is particularly interested in th e Club and its work.

A. little later Prof. R aymond Cuning ham of the history department spoke on the situation in Spain, outlining Spain's history, and showing why Spain is going through a civil war at this time. A t th e next meeting Prof. N aylor gave a m ost interesting talk on the political r arties in France at the present time. Dr. Naylor exhibited interesting papers published by the various factions, of which th ere a re ma ny. H enry Fuller, who toured Europe last summer, spendin g some time in Russia, described conditions as he found them, giving a rather discouragin g picture of Russia as it exists today. Just before the Christmas vacation, P ro f. Humphrey in vited the members of the Club and of Pi G amma Mu to attend an informal meeting at his home. Anso n T. M cCook was the prin cipal spea ker, and other spea kers included Clement H yde and Profs. Kleene and Humphrey. F rank A . H aga rty played two violoncello solos, with l\1rs. Humphrey accompanyin g . R efreshments were se rved befo re the meeting broke up. Professor Humphrey is faculty ad vise r of the Club.

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.. L. Little, P . D ow nes, A. Ha skell, Ha garty, J. Alexander, Bilka, Pugh, Schirm Cl ow, M. D ownes, Fuller, Ramaker, Morri s, Truex, Rundbaken , D exter Front Row: Bassford, Clapp, P enfie ld, Prof. Humphrey, Gillesp ie, A. van C. Hamilton, Li ndsay, P eterson

Back R ow:

Seco·nd R ow :

MEMBERS ETHAN F . BASSFORD

ALEXANDER VAN C. HAMILTON

PAUL BILKA

CLEMENT G. MoTTEN RoBERT W . PENFIELD WrLLYS R. PETERSON

DunLEY ]. CLAPP

FRANK A . HAGARTY

RICHARD H. CLOW

PAUL

RAYMOND H. DEXTER

ALBERT E. HASKELL

JUDSON S . RAMAKER

PHILIP F. DowNEs

TRUMAN F. HuFFMAN

ALBERT RuNoBAKEN

RICHARD D . LINDE

FRANK F. SCHIRM

KINGSLEY

w.

FRENCH

s.

HARRIS

N.

LINDSAY

CRESSON P UG H

HENRY M. FuLLER

WILLIAM

CROMBIE GARRETT

MoRRis T. LITTELL

RICHARD W. WALM SLEY

RIC HARD H. GILLESPIE

GEOR GE L. L us K

JAMES M. F. WEIR

EDWARD L. MoRRis

STEPHEN M. TRUEX


B ack R ow : Front R ow:

Budd, Ti ede man, P enfie ld D av idso n, H aigh t, P ete rson, LittJ e

INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC COUNCIL Jos EPH C . CLARK E ,

Chairman

MEMBERS

G.

BEEKMAN B u oD

CLEMENT

RoBERT CoNNAR

RoBERT M u iR

HARLEY

T.

D A VIDSON

RoBERT

WILSON HAIGHT Lo u r s

A.

R o BE RT

MoTTEN

D. O'MALLEY \V . PENFIELD

'i.VILLYS R . PET ERSON .

LITTLE

JoHN C. TI E DE MA N, JR .

T

HE Intramural Athletic C ouncil consists of represe ntatives chosen by th e fraternities, and the C ommons Club, a nd neutrals selected by C oach J oe Cl arke who usually manage one sport fo r their particular team. Last seaso n the intramural athletic program was markedly improved when th e council dropped Cross-Country as too stren uo us and replaced this sport with water base ball which has, in its first seaso n here, attracted ove r three times the number of men wh9 used to run Cross-Country. L ast year Alpha T a u K appa and Sigma ru tied for the Alumni Trophy, while Sigma u retired th e Cross-Country cup. This yea r N eutral G old captured the new L yman O gilby water base ball cup. 17 0


Back R ow: f ront R ow:

Bern Budd, H odgdon, H oegberg , H aight, Wroth Bainbridge, Tiedeman, Henderson, Gilbert, Onderd onk

THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS

W. H uTT P. BAINBRIDGE B u oo, ]R.

Presiding

DR . RoBERT B.

BERN

0 fficer

Secretary

RoBERT

Tt路easurer MEMBERS

RoBERT

P.

BAINBRIDGE

BERN B u DD,

RoBERT H . PAYNE

]R.

RAYMOND

JoHN C. FLYNN

ARTHUR

]AMES HENDERSO N, JR.

'VILB U R

ERICK

I.

HoEGBERG

CARL R. HoDG DON, CLIFFORD

J OHN

]R.

c.

STEPHEN

c. NELSO N

s.

PATTON,

]R .

M.

SHERMAN, JR.

K.

TATTERSALL

TIEDEMAN, JR.

M.

TRUEX

vVILLIAM URBAN

A . BR UCE ONDERDONK

EDWIN T. \ V ROTH

T HE

Interfratern ity Council m eets and discusses interfraternity problems. Ru shing rul es are outlin ed by it each year, as well as rules and procedure for all interfrater-

nity competition, such as brid ge tou rnam ents, etc. Each fraternity has two representatives on the council. I

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THE JESTERS OFFICE RS SAM UEL N . BENJAMIN

P resident

A RTHUR SHERMAN

Secretary

TH OMAS A . V1HAPLES HO

B usiness M nnnger

OR A RY J EST E RS

MoRsE S. A LLEN

M iss A RLENE J OHNSON W ILLIAM C. HELMBOLD M rss F RANCIS OLMSTED

A . EvERETT AusTIN, JR. M rss BETTY BoucHER RoBERT L. B u RWELL

W

M Rs. H ENRY A . P ERKINS M ss RH ODA PrM M

Mrss BARBARA CosTELLO Miss GERALDINE FoLEY

M iss SALLY RicE

H ow ARD GR EE NLEY

Mrss E DITH W ARN ER

ITH public interest in them r eaching new low s, and with th e possibility of their compl ete financial failure attaining n ew heig hts, a literal r esurrection occurred

within the r anks of th e Trinity J esters. With all departm ents springing into vibrant action, th e J esters set out to r eturn th eir orga nization to its rig htful place of prominence on the Trinity campus. Last Spring's orig inal musical, "Under Y our H at," by Bill

elson, '3 7, r esulted.

The I vy hasn't enoug h high power ed superlatives at it command to fully describe the success of that show. \Vith a them e built around Trinity, elaborate scenery, including self r eversing log cabins by stage m anage r Frank Smith, and a gorgeously gowned chorus of dancing bruisers, the produ ction was accl ~ im ed by packed Avery houses at each of its performances. C ontinuing this year, th e group has already produced two successes in which genuine g irls w ere used for th e second tim e in J ester history, for the fem inine roles; a m oder ately successful "Seven K eys to Bald pate," and two truly r em arkable performances of the rece nt hit " D eath T akes a H olid ay," in which Sam Benj amin's extraordinary portrayal of D eath and Arlene J ohnson's equally effecti ve playing of G razia opposite him were of professional calibre. Playing no little pa rt in th e success of this latter production was th e wo rk of Mr. D on Sturges, the di1~ecto r w hose affiliation w ith the J esters, it is hoped, will extend through m any m ore plays. Th e appea rance of a n awakened publicity de partment furth er m a rked th e season w hich will close w ith anoth er musical.

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Back Ro w:

Walker, Gilman, Patte rson, Gilbert, Connar, Lind say, Peterso n, K ennard, Newhall

Middle Row: McBriarty, Bauer, Saul, T. Fannin g , McKee, W eissheimer, Hagarty, Muir, Clow Front Row: P omeroy, Rundbak en, Grec o, Whapl es, Benjamin , Sh ennan, Widdifield, M cNu lty, Tied eman SENTOR JESTERS Joel Brooke Leo Gilman Joseph Greco

D ouglas McBriarty L aw rence Newhall Gregory McK ee R obert P ayne J. Bard McNulty Albert Rundaken Esq. Ch arles Widdifield

Theodore Ballien Ward Bates John Bauer Robert Bodkin William Boles Edward Burnham Richard Clow Robert Connar Josias Cromwell James V. Davis Anthony DiLorenzo James Donohue Thomas Fanning Carleton Fi sher John Flynn Jack Follansbee Crombie Garrett

Robert Gilbert George Green lea f Frank Hagarty Frederick H aight Hubert Hawkin s R obert Hazen bush Frank Hertel RC~ymond Hickey Carl H odgdon John son Spencer Kenn ard George Ki !gore Robert Layton Richard Leggett John Leon William Lind say Sh erwood M ar tin

Milt on Saul Francis Smith J ohn Ti edeman

JUNIOR JESTERS Guy Maynard Thoma s McDerm ott Palmer M cCloskey Ronald Mertens Stanley M on tgomery Clement M otten Robert Muir N orth Richard son Onderd onk Raym ond Patton WilJiam Paynter Willys P eterson William P omeroy Bruce R anda lJ J ohn Reinheimer

Newto n M ason

173

Edward Stevenson H oward Storms William Styring Wilbur Tattersa lJ T aylor Edward Th omp so11 Lester Tibbals, Jr. Albert Turner J ohn Upham Lewis W a lker Rich ard Wamsley J oseph Weimert J ohn W eissheim er St and ish Wightman

Harry Santoorj ian

Rarton Wilson

J ohn Siegel Edward Smith

J ohn Wilson


Back Row: Armstron g, Wroth, Ti cdernan, C orman Fr ont R ow: Cull eney, O'Bryon, Boinbrid ge, J. M errill, Bern Budd

KAPPA BETA PHI MEMBERS RoBERT P. BAINBRIDG E

NORMAN H . G.

TOEL I.

CLIFFORD C.

BROOKE

GEORGE CARL

R.

W.

CuLLENEY,

II

100RE ELSON

\VILLIAM R. O'BRYON

HoDGDON, JR.

RAYMOND

JoHN T. MERRILL

JoH EDWIN T. \VROTH

I74

s. PATTON, JR.

C. TIEDEMAN


W al ker, Weissheimer, Wi ghtman, Be lli s, Stubbs. Bates, O'Connell, Martin, R anda ll.

Back Row: Fr ont R o~u:

LE CERCLE FRANCAIS ADVI SERS PROFESSOR Louis

TAYLOR RoBERT WATERMAN HowARD GREENLEY OFFI CERS

JOHNs. MARTIN J osEPH B. O'CoNNELL BRUCE B. RANDALL

President Secretary Treasurer

MEMBERS Full Members }O HN

A.

BELLI S

V/tLBUR K. TATI' E RSALL

WU.BU R W . LYN CH G EO RGE

w.

}OHN V.I . W E ISSHE IM ER \VtLLIAM L. WINSHIP

B . STARKEY

Pro visional Memb ers WARD P. BATES RALPH S . GROVER K ENNETH L. GUTHRI E ERNEST H. HEATH D EFORE ST MANI CE, }R. PETER MAY

DOUGLAS 0. McBRIARTY ROBERT SELNECH B ER ARD C . SOL YN GEORGE R. STUBBS CHARLES D . WALK E R STANDISH R. WI G HTMAN

J.

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JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE F RESH from an atta ck of exa mitis, Trin 's social lions rode in on th e crest of depression into the tow ers of joys and pleasures of th e Junior Prom W eek-End. A lph a Chi Rho offi cially opened fes tivities on Thu rsday nig ht, Fe bruary fourth , with its an nual dance in Cook. Bud W elsh's ace musicmakers provid ed the music fo r this excellent eye-opener. The next evenin g, promptly at ten, D on Fabens and his ba nd, from Boston's Back Bay, swung into the first num ber of th e big occasion. Willys R. P eterson a nd his committee had done their work well. Alumni H all was decked in traditional settings ( isn' t it always 1) . " F estooned glory" was what t he T ripod called it. Th e big affair was und er way at last-- th e devil with th e Senate, budget, and what have yo u.F abens did himself proud, while the three Burnett sisters warbl ed with th e best of them. Miss E leanor Brink accompanied Chairman P eterson to stru ggle throug h th e Grand March. C ommittee members and th e rest followed in th e usual lackad aisical fas hion. Th e T ripod tried anoth er new wrinkle-wh at's it coming to, anyway 1 At any rate, th e boys had fun, and th ey did score a beat on som ethin g or other. A t least, all th e girls proved that they kn ew how to write. The small crowd stu ck to the end and thoro ug hly en joyed th emselves. M errim ent, heig htened or otherwise , was the w atchword . And sa dly enough, it was over all too soon, a successful prom (showin g th e usual "red") . P si Upsilon and D elta Phi obliged with house parties fo r th e weekencl. D elta Phi a nd Sig ma

u brig htened things with house dances

on Saturday nig ht, and th e one last flin g before settling down to the g rind once more was ove r. All in all, all was well.


M cK ee, H odgdon, Barl ow, Anderson O' M a lley, W a lker, P eterson , Benjamin

B ack R ow: Front R ow:

WILLYS R. PETERSON,

Chairman

MEMBERS ERIC A . A NDERSON

CARL R. HooGDON

EowARD R. BARLOW

GREGORY

SAMUEL

RoBERT

J . BENJAMIN

LEWIS M. wALKER, JR.

T.

D.

McKEE

O'MALLEY


B ack R ow : F ront R ow :

Wil cox, Starkey, D ecke r, Budd DiLore nzo, Smith, Mui r, H amilton, M orris

SOPHOMORE HOP COMMITTEE RoBERT M. MuiR, JR.,

Chairm an

ME 1BERS BEEKMAN Bunn

Eu GENE J. LIEDER, JR .

WILLIAM H . DEC KER, JR.

E DWARD L. MoRRis

ANTHONY DILORENZO

EDWARD

L.

GEOR GE

\V.

GEORGE

v. HAMilLTON JoHN

TO

T.

SMITH STARKEY

WILc ox

the swaying rhythms of R ed C a rin o and his ten-piece Syracuse orchestra, some 7 5 underg raduates and th eir guests adequately filled th e C ollege Dining H all on th e evening of D ecember, th e 11th, for the annual Sophomore H op, one of the three main social events of the college ca lend ar. Th e affair was under the expert handling of R obert M. Muir, Jr., of Grosse P ointe, Mich., who escorted Miss Betty Boucher of Farming ton Avenue, H artfo rd. Th e w eek-end was marked with se veral other gay festivities such as th e J esters' show, "Seven K eys to Baldpate," which w as put on at the Avery M emorial on Saturd ay evening . M ost all of the houses held house pa rties with form al dinners preceding th e H op, and se veral dances were given following th e J esters' production .


Back R ow: Frout R or.r; :

Fanning, H aig ht, Linde ll , K obrosky, French, H ull O'Rr_von, Onderdonk, Wil son, H enderson, Little

SENIOR BALL COMMITTEE L . BARTON WILSON,

III, Chairman

MEMBERS THOMAS H . FANNING KINGSLEY

w. FRENCH

CARL

w.

Lo u i s

A. LrrTLE

LINDELL

JAMES HENDERSON, JR.

CLIFFORD

c.

ELSON

G.

WILLIAM

R.

O'BRYON

WILLIAM

HuLL

A.

WILSON HAIGHT 1V1rLTON

L.

BR UCE ONDERDONK

KoBROSKY

I

N spite of a heavy downpour of rain all eve ning, over I 50 couples turned out for the Senior Class Ball which was held at the Hartford Club on May 14 under th e chairmanship of L. Barton Wilson, III, of Baltimore, Md . Count Basie and his famous "Swingsters," direct from the R oseland Ballroom in ew York City, provided music for the affair which began shortly after 10 P.M. and lasted until3:30 in the morning . During intermission coffee and sandwiches were served . Other events of th e memorable Senior Week-End includ ed a tea dance by th e D el ta P si fraternity on Friday afternoon, and Saturday nig ht dances by th e Sigma N u and Alpha D elta Phi houses. Also th ere were several formal dinn ers given preceding the trad itional Bal l.

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THE ATHENAEUM OFFICERS

C.

F L Y NN

President

D A NIE L A LP E RT

Secretary

JoHN

A LE X ANDER VAN

] A ME S

M. F.

C. H

Tr路easur路er

A MILTON

E xecutive 0 fficer

\VEIR

vsT

fall the Athenae um inaug urated a new policy. P reviously the club had been strictly a debating society, but a new co n titution was drawn up, and the club beca me a discussioJl clu b, making it possible fo r all the members to take part in th e meetin gs. M eetings are held on alternate M ond ays, at which time a particula r topic is chosen fo r discussion. Two clu b mem be rs disc uss th e question, giving arg uments for and against it. Th e m eeting is then thrown open to all present, and the two speakers must defend th eir arg uments against th e assa ults of the audience. Audiences at th e meetings have bee n small, but the discussions have always been heated. T opics of co ntemporary interest are always chosen. Some of t he topics ha ve been: "Landon vs. R oosevelt," "Nazism," "Sit-down Strikes," "The Supreme C ourt," " The C ollege Bud get," and "Problems at Trinity." L ast fall the Athenae um sent three delegates to a conference held in

ew H aven

by th e

ational Y outh C ongress. They w ere : J ames W eir, J ohn Flynn, and Clement M otten. The Club afterwa rds decid ed not to affiliate itself with the C ongress. A t prese nt, J ohn Flynn holds the H oward K ey, which is awarded annually to the junior who has rend ered the most ser vice to the club during the time in which he has been a member. The four keymen at prese nt are : ] oh-11 Flynn, J ames C arty, Kingsley F rench, and Dudley Clapp. K eymen are elected eac h sprin g.

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Rassford, D. Clapp, A. van C. H am ilton, Twiss, Bilka

HO

THURMAN L. HooD

ORARY MEMBERS

RoBERT C. BuELL

Ro GE R H. MoTTEN

MEMBERS

ALEXANDER VAN C.

DANIEL ALPERT

DuDLEY J. CLAPP, JR.

PAUL H. BARBO U R, JR.

EDWARDS. CoLTON

SAMUEL N. BENJAMIN

JAMES

E. RoBERT BARLOW

JAMES F. DoNOH UE

PAU L STENBUCK

PA U L BILKA

JoHN C. FLYNN

LEONARD

ETHAN F. BASSFORD

GEORGE J. LEPAK

SuMNER B. Twiss

JoHN BARNEWALL

JosEPH

JAMES F. CARTY

CARL E. L u NDIN, JR.

v. DAVIS

J. LEVINE

HAMILTON CLEMENT G. MoTTEN

0.

O'NEIL

JAMES M. F. 'VEIR


[.e ft to R ight:

Vi ni ck, Anderson, Ben j amin , W haplcs,

O'Malley

THE SOPHOMORE DINING CLUB FOU DED BY THE CLASS OF '99 I

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1938 DELEGATION SAMUEL M. BENJAMIN, Chairman MEMBERS ERIC A. ANDERSON FRANCIS G. JACKSON GERALD B. KELLER JAMES J. KENNEY

CHARLES H. LEFEVRE CLEMENT G. MoTTEN RoBERT K. O'MALLEY HERBERT VINICK THOMAS A . WHAPLES

T

HE ten m en who show ed, by M a rch of their Sophomore year, the gr eatest possibilities of ass uming promin ent places in other than purely academic fi elds at Trinity w ere g iven recognition for their contributions to coll ege activities by election to the Sophomore Dining Club. Entirely honorary and informal, th e original purpose of the orga nization was to entertain TrTinity g uests, especially visiting athl etic teams. On e or two meetin gs a yea r and an a nnu al dinn er, usually at th e H eublein, constitute th e oth er activities of the club, the members of which ca n be id entifi ed by their blue caps and w atch charms.

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PHI BETA KAPPA

T HE

Phi Beta K appa fraternity, founded at the C ollege of William and Mary, D ecember 5, I776, is an honorary society, m embership in which is conditioned upon hig h scholastic stand ing . The Trinity Chapter, kn own as the Beta of C onnecticut, w as cha rtered by the Y ale Ch apter, th e C onnecticut A lpha, June 16, 1845 , a nd is the eig hth in ord er of Iound ation. The Charter stipul ates th at persons elected to m embership in the Beta of C onn ecticut shall be m en of honor, probity and learnin g. T o satisfy th e scholastic requirements, a student must have attained at least th e equivalent of Grade A, ~1 e hig h.est g rade of excellence , in at least ten courses, and of Grade B, the second hig hest g rade, in ten additional courses. E lection to Phi Beta K appa has always been regard ed as a m ark of high distinction in scholarship.

OFFICERS President

HoN. PHILIP JAMES McCooK, LL.D. FRANCIS BANKS WHITCOMB, M.A.

Vi ce-president Secretary

ARTHUR ADAMS, PH .D.

Treasw 路er

ANsoN THEODORE M c CooK

MEMBERS ELECTED IN 1936 DANIEL ALPERT

GEoRGE JosEPH LEPAK

WILLIAM GooDsELL H u LL

E DWIN

J ACOB CoLEMAN H UROWITz

PHILIP THOMSON Sc HARF

ORMAN JILSON


CHEMISTRY AUDITORIUM

T HE

new Chemistry Laboratory is not only fulfillin g a need of Trinity's large Chemistry D epartment, but is rend ering disting uished service to the college as a whole, with its a uditorium which seats the entire college body.

The auditorium has facilities for moving pictures, blackboards a nd technical demonstration equipm ent, a nd a large, mova ble stage . With the help of such varied possibilities, many lectures and demonstrations have been given. The stage was used for the first time in a real "home" concert by the Trinity C ollege Glee Clu b assisted by the Y. W . C. A. Glee Club on April 13, 1937路 P ro f. Fiese r of H a rvard University lectu red befo re an audience of the H artfo rd M edical Society, and th e Trinity faculty and science stud ents on chemistry in cancer research, in which he is a leading fi gure. A visitor from E ngland, Prof. Bond , of the University of L ondon, spoke on the trends of the modern world in eco nomics. Dr. D orizas, lecturer, professor, traveler, and w restler, after giving a wrestling exhibition in the afternoo n, explained the crisis in Spain , showing movies of the actual fi g hting in the grim, civil war. Prof. Kriebl e, the hea d of our chemistry department, rece ntly lectured and gave demonstrations on hea vy water. To the a nonymous donor, President O gilby, Professo r Krieble, and Professo r Smith, the college body expresses its since re gratitud e.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

T HE

co urtesy and assistance of Dr. O gilby, J ohn R eitmeyer of The Courant, H arold O gden of The T imes, R obe rt K elly of the K elly Publishing Corp., Spen cer H all, and P a ul Bar bour are appreciated by the editors of this I v y.


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