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THE

^RIST VOLUME

XXXVI

'Pnblishe,!

SENIOR

liy

the

CLASS

RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE


FOREWORD

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^HE

appearance of another volume of Thi-: Grist indicates that

more a

and

senior class is

making

faculty of Rhode Island

State

its farewell message

College. Within

a

to

few weeks this group

will take leave of the Alma Mater which it has grown

buoyed by the pleasant

go out into the world

college

to

love, and it will

memories of four years of

life.

Within the

attempted It is

once

the student body

to

covers

portray

our earnest

reminder of the

a

of the

The Gkist

thirty-sixth volume of

cross-section of student life

hope that this

happy days of

as

it exists in

book remains with you your

always

we

have

Kingston.

to serve as a

youth. The 1936 Grist Board


TH

GIMST

Pl BUSHED BV THE SEMOR CLASS

EXECUTIVE STAFF

John

I. L,,iNi

v

RonriiT M. Coso Dr. H,aroi

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ASSOCIATE STAFF

Vonie,,; Ed, .

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GENERAL STAFF F \

W. Roc.i.K A. Clarrt

Pho

sporl, Ed, Sport, till.

,graphic

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EXECUTIVE STAFF

Managing Ediltn

ASSOCIATE STAFF


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William A. Rn

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DEDICATION

To FREDERICK DELMONT TOOTELL

Frtenil, Teacher, Cbampioii, Moulder ive

of

Men and

Chanpioin,

resltectfitlly Jetliciite the 1936 Grist


CLASS ADVISER'S MESSAGE

TO THE CLASS OF 193(5;

A DECADE ago,

-^

in the

sat

of

a

the a

the world

to

bright

graduate from college shming before

and

lap of luxury and

case.

glory of

at

utter

history

ever

strength

your

so

closely

problems

been

door and find

more

notably

that instead of

in the

ever

state

one

cognizant of affairs,

smiling with

ready

earnestness

to

face

a

of purpose.

making than during these

afforded such opportunities

to

in touch with affairs of town, state, and nation? Were

-economic, social and political

plainly laid before us? and

so

of heart and

last four years? Were college students be

disregard

for the

that which lie. before you, you stand

world that challenges

Has

an

the difficult has reinforced you

grin

a

open

Without drastic effort

Your four years have found you

different system. Instead of

shallow

was to

one.

In the freshness and

ready for the diflicult,

introduction of

a

new era

lies the

needing solution,

vigor of yt)uth, that

rolling

happiness.

so

back of the clouds and the

in which the aim and

goal

is

not

of individual fortunes but the finding, through useful life the gem of human

ever

is unafraid

the amassing to

mankind,


CLASS ADVISER


TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE COLLEGE FACULTY

SENIORS ATHLETICS

FRATERNITIES SORORITIES FEATURES ORGANIZATIONS

ADVERTISEMENTS


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HISTORY OF RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE

South County In

venture.

1889'the

School had 2G

five, with provision., for

In 1893, with

1890), the

name

six

regular

and

more as soon as

equipment consisting

of the school

Mechanic Arts. This

was

was

changed

..ieven

they

of to

special

srudent.5. The

faculty numbered

could be selected. The scope of the institu-

two

buildings (Taft Laboratory

the Rhode Island

dates from

College of Agriculture and by the Morril! act of

necessary in order that the funds created

1890 could be available.

More money

the Morrill

act

came

in the

next

year, the year the first class

graduated.

o 1862, hitherto in the possession of Brown University,

The funds from

were

now

turned

Colkge. Eighcy-two students were now registered for regular classes. Fourteen of them were in the first graduating class, that of 1 S94, During the next ten years two buildings were buik, Davis Hall in 1895 to replace the dormitory which had burned, and Lippitt Hall in 1897. The public as a whole remained rather apathetic to the project, and only a small percentage of the low enrollment were graduates of Rhode Island High Schools. A new president took charge in 1905, Kenyon Leech Butterfield. Early in 1906 he over to

the

College Extension Service. president, the late Dr. Howard Edwards, took hold at a time when the was rapidly turning to active hostility. Twenty years had found the College not a great deal more of an asset than at its foundation, and many people were asking that the whole project be forgotten. The entire student body numbered only 49, excluding 47 in the Preparatory School and 20 in the 12-week poultry course. For these students there were 1 1 professors and 1 0 instructors. Station and the

The third

apathy

of the Rhode Island Public

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lotli)

until he

came

to a ro

o

i,atd. mth hc.eand the.

ks lad

a

lorti h, ,t

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thtee stijn stone hun,Ited feet

one

biuldmg

at

cLts.-rooTTi and

tl ,c ra

north

ain office

wooden buildin,5

at

the

i"'n natters" 'while''tlieTaTnone

buildiug

to

athletic purpo,!e s

the

east

be,ides

td the .est. The total inthe wonderful outlot entirely ..as S19.0I10. of Vehich the The Income for that as S210,000. ,000, the State appropriation for the year was $21,100. Two factors were responsible for the rise of Rhode Island State Collc.sc from this point on

)n

One

was

the vision the

iiUtop

The othii

nission

of

nhith

Inquiti

That the

orgmized Thit the and that

new president had of what could be made of this South County guided the Piesidcnt in his plinnin.! uas the tepoi t of a Com Thu was iiewini public anti,omsm had eiused to set up

hich the

instiuciio as

a

collci

college

be

action

be lable

THE CRIST

(1)

science,


Dr. Edwards

was

President of the

College

for 24 years. During that time almost every of these recommendations was followed

one

out.

the

of them in

manv

a

far

manner

exceeding

of their sponsor,.

hopes

The first

change came in 19119. when rhe name of the College was changed to Rhode Island State College. From any point of view this was a welcome change, the old name being ing

the

to

public.

Although no law svas ever enacted to force the College to maintain the Carnegie stand ard, of its own volition the College has always fulfilled this condition, and is siderably above ic.

at

present

con

KfnvonL with

conapK of the

was

College

smooth

as

tht

out

Edwards I sed

highh

that

pertaining

subordinate

md ft

jealousies

to see

loth the

and

important

h,h

expen

useful

thei did

e

itte

i

ct ons

bi

a

uhieh

aches

College

evening schools

school

mto

I

dents

Iding

1909

fort of

m

all

us

tnd

Thus the Plesidenl '

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,h

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in vas

in

1922

1921,

able

adding greatly

the Alumni tost, '

in

to

w

Ith tht

out

to

presented

enthusiastically the point

w

Ith the t>

hue onlv

i

here as

a

educa a

aer,

of East Hall in

192S

and

eona enience

ith

tht College

state

The recommended

completion

sighthness

w

listed annually

,e

ind the Cvmnasium

the

in

The com

MemornI Gitewav

his I 929 report

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.

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schools

high

I

.,

,

ts

lel el the point

1

state

and Bliss Hall Edwuds Hall

191i

hghted

as

tl

fiom out nf

weic

ilowit lutsteadih forw ard

prograr

Ranger

Quadrangle

ll

1

hieh lallec

dias

led .

tn

because

on

operat

the earh

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I

all pe

Bi act

or

manner

it

stimrael

years

nalsy

lequi

..roups

the whole

and

Dl tingu ished C

bu

two

and the Extension Service

on

tht

veus wete

manv

betweei the

aros

Stat

of

and

stition

1

ant

last

a

pt

All tht Ml leffic entlv

the

Experiment

operating in a smteth and hiimon nus The College nevei d d attempt ta p

CO

tht

to

the evperiment

to

iiiil 1

,

THE CRIST

sightl,

andattrictivc

notmeiel, foi

III, sun,

but also

in

situation

and lor


nated by electric bulbs among the foliage trees w tl de gl mp es nee

of tl ol

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sl ape

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President Edwards died

Acting President The passing of

Aprd 10, 1950. B.arlow said of him:

this

veteran

leader

moved from the field of education in sttte

ho had

one

re our

lor himself

on

an

exalted position b, reason of his ripe ' ', ir' scholar 111 ,d iship, and '

eomphshra ible Dr. Edwards

buried in I'ernwood Cemetei,

was

The arrival of Dr.

Raymond

G. Bressler.

April

f another active and prosperoos

the close

upon

1.1531.

as

the fourth |

period.

first four years of 1

1

ion frc

.I19<! students and frc the

dining

duced, and

regard

to

halls reorgan a

placement

The .ram.

organized

have been

light grandstand

since Dr. Bressler's arrival.

improved,

Whet

e

need for

a

new

in thei

ssly

buildings,

Hii efforts

building

t

rewarded

were

at

election time by the

of grants for rhe

followiog projects: Home Economics Building Librarv and Adminisctatioo Building Women's

Dormitory

Power Plant

Thus the

College

conditions in

is rhe PWA

known that the fed

the

new

Campus

fields cleared for athletics, and

built.

pronounced symbol of outward change, hoavever.

most

,

College's apptoval

service

heat and

fieldhousc and

can

College

is still

rapidly

growiog

Cafeteria Dairy Barn Remodelled Auditorium Fire Protection but soondly. Its place in the educational

.accommodate. Youthful enthusiasm

beautifad spot for

a

university

is

today

the

setting

of

and

a

a

growing dignity pervade the

beautiful and useful

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of learning.


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of 1934 President Bresslei uorked tire lessly in the ittcmpt to petsu de the State Legislatute to make an approptiation fot much needed nev buildm,, E,ef, ne was slightl, disappointed when the lawmakers decided that the question would ha, e to be decided bv the , oters of the State of Rhode Island in

Durin, the

tiintci

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19 IS and rhe sprm^

The effect of this ruling on Dl Bressler however w as that he ledotbled his efforts et project Ht made addresses n ei er part ef the stite approval of his II . ,. The Ptesident the state re all, conscious that tl cr , 1 II tethcouth drove home the fact that Rho e Island Statt Colleg 1 1 llthisobhgi of the state. Then the Presider t dtraonsttated that 1 tion clue roward the

making people of

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on

the

Th 1 til i, emed to be Lets campus and every alumnus so an became a eampi ,ae get those biuldings!" FinaUy, the great da, c me On Eti It, M Is 1) 4 Ptcsident Bressler siw the tl at t,e the foidest voters of the state give tlatirc onsent b, a raajoi t, so a,er,heln . f il i the hopes of the bill's supporters v cie surpassed In rhe meiiopohtin 1 lulcinsect program was given a t rtetoenemajont, -

college as high

as

six

to one were

pile d

The direct benefits pro,

i

up

ed fot b, the program

were a

n

1

Hall 11 1 E I H 11 Tie lotd b, the Federal go, ernmenr Ihiough Its tehef jecc and the monc, pio,ided b, the state thiough its bond issue was sl 04'' 15" a2 Due to delavs caused mainl, b, the using price of materids ind rhe subsequent ,s 14 manths before ground w ,s broken for ustments in plans and specifications it On Erida, Much 29 19 5 Pits dent Bressler started construction on the 1

building.

/

Home Economics

building with the

custom II,

giound

THE CRIST

breik

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HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING

buildings. Then really begun.

we sa'

\fork seemed

last June, litde

to

mort

progress

than the

slowly on the building. When the students left the campus digging and hying of foundations had been accomplished.

During the [ate fall and early winter, the exterior of the building .seemed to grow overnight. The contractor wished to have rhe w.iils completed and a roof on the building before cold weather set in, in order that work might continue on the interior of the building through the entire winter. At this time, the outside of the building is complete and the interior needs little more than the finishing touches. The building will be used for classes for the first time next September. This structure is the largest of all the college buildings. It has three floors and an attic which could later be converted into rooms if necessary. On the first floor there will be dramatic and psychological laboratories. This floor will also contain an unusually large

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constructed of brick, is ocaced oppos At the

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NEW LIBRARY BUILDING id on what promisi fall, on Monday, October 14. 1951.e new beautiful building on the campus. This S22!,000 I if granite to harm administration building. This building ii the older buildings on the campus, and the shape will be that of a T. Last

most

eith

will be located ditecil, behiod Ranger Hall, facing sooth. There will he each side of ihe boilding at the inierseeiion of the base and at the top of the T. feature oo the campus will be the gtaceful elock-iower surmouiuing the structote.

The

building

ntrances on

1

oew

The basement will ctiniain a large storage room, locker rooms, the post office, a book room, and the registrar's storage room. Part of the basement is to be left uncxe for fui

eception The

To the

working

reat

ol the

biiildiog,

on

offices and the offices of the

located the

oe,v

the olhet

registrar

geology laboratory.

The second floor of the

new

ag

building

room

flaoked 1.1

n's office, the

a.,

.llaieral

caialoeo mg

room aiid a periodical aod the boolkstacks are to

reading

room,

lillie ra.ire iliai. il ,e excavating and fou:ndation work 1 tins sprioi;. As soon as ihe weather permit ted, however.

er,

ismIIs e

shape

and slmold bet

THE CRIST

was

begun.

Now the xt

structure

fall.


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last October. Plans call foi

nplcte remodelling

of the firsr floor which will utilize the enti

adequate

,

barber

shop,

and

some

offices. The fot

.

installed, and work

on

the inte

THE CRIST

heat for the

the

new

boiler has been


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BOARD OF REGENTS

Theodore Francis Grhhn, Chairiitutt, Governor,

Robert E.

Quinn, Lieutenant-Governor, ex-ofeio. Providence

Edmund W. Flynn, Chief

Justice, -o,^rio. Providence

James

F. Rockett,

Secretary, Director of Education,

ex-officio, Woonsocket Comptroller, ex-officio. Providence

Christopher Dei. Sesto,

Margaret Shove Morriss, 1939, Providence

Mrs. Frances Briggs, 1937,

John

E.

Harold

Asha'way

Meade, Alumni Member, 1939, Providence

Q. Moore, Alumni Member,

1937,

Mary M. Lee, 1939, Providence

THE CRIST

Westerly


THE CRIST


Raymond George

for//a President

of

Rhode hland State Coll

Valparaiso Uoiversity. Tau

Class of 1908

Kappa Epsilon

loaugurated

Ptesident 1951


l77 memoriam

Professor of

Electrical Engin ,r,ug

Kansas State

College, Class of Alpha

1898

Lambda Chi

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1930 31 R

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Professor of 19241

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Appointed

College of

Sciences, Ua

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Rhode Island State

College,

Vice-President, 1930; Acting President, Middlebury. 1932; Charter Member,

1931; Se.D..

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P I K, il> K <I); B.S,, Rhode Island State College, 1 Cornell, IS97 and 1S99-1901; M.Agr.. Rhode Isl,

Horticultute,

R. I.

Experiment Station.

1 894-1901;

1904-07; State Statistical Agent. U. S. Department t Professor of Agronomy. Rhode Island

Appointed

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ID; S.B.,

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College.

1904-

scant

Professor Experi

; Appointed Professor of Mechanical Engiing. 1917; Leave of Absence in Bureau of

THE CRIST


PI

Dean

of Women. Professor of Eii'Jhh

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K, (Il K <1>; A.B.. Welleslev, 1904; Principal, Gilmanton Academy, 190607; Vice-Principal, South Kingstown High School, 1909-15; Instructor, Rhode Island State College, 1915 ; Appointed Assistant Professor of English Literature, 1919; A.M., Brown University, 1924; Appointed Professor of English Literature, 1924; Dean of Women, 1926; Appointed Head of

Enghsh Department,

1952.

Fdlov-ship UnivLiMtx of (- hLi,a.;o 1923 24 Idluuship boxti. Thompson Institute toi Phnt Research, lonkers 1924 2) PhD Um 1925 Appointed to Rhode Ishnd Agriculture Experi \ersit\ oi Chicigo Stud\

Makg

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1-IO.MER OheIOER SeUARE

U.S.. Pennsylvania State Colle,ge. 1921; M S Kai 1927; Assistant Professor of Poultrv Husbandrv. L ihire. 1927-31; Appointed Professor of Poultry' 11,

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of Malhei

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lliteeior. St, Mark's Selinnl.

College. 1897; Master, Coach and Physical Southboro, Mass.. 1B97-98; Student. Harvard,

Summers, 1897-98-99; Athletic

Coach, R. I.

College

of A, and M.. 1S98-

1 90- ; Appoioted Head Master of College Prepararory School and Institute of Surveying, 1898; Professor of Mathematics, 190(1; Graduate Student in 1 diication, 1922-2S ; A.M.. Brown University. 1924; President. R. I. Mathe matics Teachers' Association. 1921; Life Teacher's Cerrificate, Professional

Grade,

Srate of Rhode

Island,

1926.

THE CRIST


Professor of Civil Eiigitit-erhg Z A

E, $ K <l\ Z W; A.B., \Caynesburg College, 1893 ; Instructor, Jackson High School, Michigan, 1894-96; Instructor. Washington State College, 1896-1903; Student, Leiand Stanford Universitv, 1905-04; B.S. University of Illinois, 1906; Instructor in Civil Engineering, Oklahoma State College, ,

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Professor of Dtury Hiisbumlry e

X. AZ; B.S., New Hampshire State College, 1915; Herdsman and Far Foreman, Cherry Hill Farm, Beverly, Mass., 1913-14; Instructor in Anin New Hampshire State College, 1914-14; Assistant in Dai Purdue University, 19 15-17; M.S.A., Purdue, 1917; Appoint Professor of Animai Husbandry, Rhode Island State College, 191

Husbandry,

Husbandry,

Appointed

Extension

Specialist.

Joseph Waite Ince

Professor of Chemhtry >; A.B., Brown, 1902; M.A., Brown, 1904; Instructor 1902-04; Instructor in ChemisErv, Denison Univcrstrator of Chemistry, McGill University, 1905-08; iral Chemistry, North Dakota Agricultural College, I Chemist, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment lomted Professsor of Chemistry, Rhode Island State


Prank Wii,i,iam Ki

D;rrr/or

A,B,. Bates

of Alhlelic,,

and

,

Profe,,,,, of Physical

Edncalion

1911; Sub-Master and Instructor in Science and and Athletic Director, Putnam, Conn.. 1911-12; Sub-Master, Instructor in Science and Mathematics, and Athletic Llirector, 'JFoonsoclcet, R. 1.. 1912-17; Instructor in Science and Achletic Direcror, Everett. Mass..

College.

Mathematics,

1917-20; Appointed Director of Arhletics and Instructor in Chemistry. Rhode Island State College, 1921; Professor of Physical Education. 1934.

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Training llonae 1

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Rhode Islan.l formal


State Normal School

Prmcipal

Mo, 1908

Missouri State

School for the

MA

Uni,ersit, of

Blind, 1908-10, \B,Waahingron Umsersit, 1910, Missouri, 1911 Prmcipal of High School Homer La of

12

1911

Prmcipal

...

High Schools Tcaehti

6-1-

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.yppoiiii Professor of bu

lege,

1921 22

Universitv

land,

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ko moke Col

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II

ot Icon.mies ind Lkpuimint Head Temple Assisiani Ptolessoi ot Economics Umseisit, ol Maolohns Hopkins 192' Appointed Professor of Eco

liotessoi

1922-2i

1923 27,

Ph D

nomics, 192" Director

of Placement Ser,

ice

192"

PttiEii Earle Douttass

Haraard 1912

AB

Assistant

Anglais

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,llies

n

i n Is Assisrant Ptotessor Modern I in i i 1911 14 Instructor Romaoies Um i o \ii i| li Assistant Professoi L S Nasal /^cadeni Head Depaitment Modem I toguages Bulkele, School Nc, Lontlon loon

Prance

1912

Unisersit, 1914 16

1921 26

24

LrenchMastei William Penn Chattel School

Associate Protessoi Romince

1928-9

"yppointed

of Peoias,l,am,

Languages LTmsersit, Languages 1929

Professor Modern

Philadelphia ot

1924-

South Carolina

PhD

Uniaeiait,

1)29

Profes,,,, of Military

Science and Tactic,

United Stales Atmv; Graduate Infantry School. 192 Instructor. Infanirv School. 1922-26; Graduare Command and Genet Staff School, 1933; Appoioted Assistant Professor of Military Scieoee ai Tacrics, 193 3; Professor of Milit.ary Science and Tactics, 1931.

Major Infantry.

Igor Ivan Sir

'Visiting P,-ofes,or of Kiev

Aeronaatieal Engineering

Polytechnical Institute. Russia.

Franklin Institute, 1933; Appointed Engineering, 1934; M.S., Yale, 1931.

THE CRIST

1908; Howard N. Potts Medal frc Visiting Professor of Aeronautii


Laura Edith Andrews

B

Associate A

F; B,S.,

Profeiso, of Ho.ne

Teachers

f.coo,ics

College, Colombia, 1916; M.A,. Columbia, 1926; Super Winthrop College, 1926-28; Assistaot Professo of Foods and Nutrition, Alabama College, 1921-21; Tearoom Work, Le Aogeles, Cal., 1921-23; Director of Home Economics Hood College, 1919 21; Appointed Associate Professsor of Home Economics, 1929. visor of Home Economics,

THE CRIST


B. Smith

JotaN

Profeaor of Agrlciillnral Cbemislry

Associale

1 E. ,|> K *, * A Y, m M 4; B.S.. Tufts College. 1916; Massachusetts Agri cultural Experimenr Station. 1916-17; United States Army, 1917-19; Massachusetts Agricultutal Experiment Station, 1919; Texas Agricultural Expetiment Station, 1919-25; Appointed to Faeulcy of Rhode Island State College, 1923; M.S., Rhode Island State College, 1927; Associate Research

Professor of

Agricultural Chemistiv,

1934.

Wilber George Parks

H Georce Ed

4 i

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P,

College,

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Professor of 1

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I fessor of Public S| fes.sor of Public Sped

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in,

1 1

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THE CRIST

Broors

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Asfocia/e

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Pfofeiwr of Zoology

IE PhB

Brown

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1921

As-^istrntPiofosorof 2

Kfnneth L. Knickerbocker

Associate K A

(S);B.A., Southern

Professor of English

Methodist

1925; Instructor of

University,

Eng

lish, Texas Technological College, 1926-34; Graduate Scholarship, Southern Methodist, 1925; M.A., Southern Methodist, 1927; Graduate Scholarship, Yaie, 1931; Ph.D., Yale, 1935; Research Grant, American Council of Learned Societies, 1934; Appointed Assistant Professor of English, Rhode Island State

College,

1934; Associate Professor of

English,

1956.

Mabel DtaiTT Eldred

B.S., Rhode Island State College, 1 895 ; Appointed Instructor in Free Hand New York, 1898-1900; Art, 1921; Research Work in European Art Museums, Summer of 1925; Student of Medieval Architecture in France, Summer of

Drawing, 1897; Student, Chase School of Art, Assistant Professor of

AssisUut

Professor of Dairying

P I K; B,S., Rhode Island State College, 1 S95 ; Appointed Assistant in Agri culture and Farm Superintendent, 1896; Insrructor in Agriculture, 1900; Assistant Professor of Dairying, 1906.

THE CRIST


\e

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Aislanl

Hampshiri

Professor of Physics

ll B

X; B.S.. Rhode Island State College. 1907; Graduate Work. 1907-09; Assistant in Phvsics. Ohio State Universitv, 1909-10; Assisrant in Physics, Dartmouth College, 1910-12; lostrucior in Physics, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1912-14; Appointed Professsor of Phvsics, 1914.

Leslie Arthur Keeca

,Uslan,Prfe,nofAsro I> K '1'; Graduale of Cornell Ground School of Avi _'. S, ,\rn,y, 1 '1 1 S ; B,S Rhode Islaod Sl ale College.

Ralph Eucenf Brovin

Ass.stani

Professor of

M.-chiiniial f-.,i,.ing

<1> K 'Ii; B.E.E.. Northeastetn University. 1922; S.M. in L.l',. M, 1, T,. 1921;

Meciiaiiieal

1 iigmeei mg.

Rhotle

THE GRIST

Island,

192S;

Assistant

Professor

of


HlKIlhRTM Emk^

Crawford Pe<kh\m H^Rl

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1

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KlNNTIll F, Wri

Z

E,

111 K *

<l> 1

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Arthur A, Ve

X ,\, dl K

*;

B,S

;

Chemical

Graduare,

Enguaeerlng,

Russian

Institute of

1936,

Na, il Acideni,

Technolog,

irmt

Pe,ro,r id

Prolessor of Aeronautical

THE CRIST

Engi

Assistant Ptnfessor of


A,i,linlP,,h OK\

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Dorothv Gai

ion

IPrle.,o,fllo,eEc,

tile, and Clothin, 1 tsiStitel .lie. Celanese Cotp of America 19.1 32 1913

)X.3;i\

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1936

yAL'i'Ar

rh n

Jesse

iii.o.n

I'mMtsn,, 1021, stiii Ret

Lewis Gibne-

/r/.M,(,/ryS,,e

fessor of

iMiliiary

btloe.tionil Dipim

Umsersitv of Washin Home Ftonomies 193,

\I A

\ssistant Prolessor of

Appomted

Clothing Specialist

Science and Tac

THE CRIST


Josioh Ai,/i/i;/

Prafmin of

Capiaio. Infantrv. United Academi. 1918; Graduate fessor of

.Military

W, KniisLvN

Mililai

,

Scicaec and Taclics

States Armv; Graduate United States .Militar

Infantry School.

Science and

Tactics.

1919;

Appointed

Assistant Pre

1935.

Georoe Warren Pi

A.B.. Ptinceton UiuvefS

le,

Noi mil

I

)e]v,ri meiii of Norrhwestern University. Watertowi

Sei,

Years ice. .Massjchosetts Civil Service Commission, as Chi, and as Assistant Chief Examiner; Appointed Instcuctot in Modec

or

Elizabeth Webster CiiRisToraii

Instructor in

English

and

r

Ptyeholog v

i.tsiiv, 1921; Psychiatric Social Work. -

I

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2-;

ollege.

,

New

Hampshir

Insiructor in English and Psvcholog) 1927; M.A.. Brown University. 1930; Graduat

Appointed

Cornell University, 1932-33.


Frank L. Has,-

Xaii.iiiil Keseatch fellow; Ii,S Oregon State 1,, Slate L'niiersuv of Icraa, 1950; Uoiversirv of Calihool ol I loriicultute. Summer, 1924; Grad:

Subtropical

sisiaot.Cornell Uoiversirv, 1921-28; Research Assistant,

Iowa, 1928-30; National Research I'ellosv in the BiologiUoiversity, 1930-32; Instrucror in Botanv, 1932. d

ted Instructor in

Chemistry,

Rhode


s

Principal

and

Co

llrookho Pohieeli IllominirionCo

lighiCo

ircctiic

I

Proiid.i Co

W2>

Rhode Island Stiti

i

John Richard Jo; ,

Pol,l,ialS,i,i,and Il,.t,

WiiEiAM Dickson Arciiiuaed In, I, actor

Rhode Island State

College,

in

Shop

1926; Personnel

iV' -J THE CRIST

Worli

Manager, Western Electric Co.,


I.toNMU. IIiKhiKi Rl

Catiierini NruwiisiNOER Steai

B.S.. Alfred Umvetsui,

I "24; losiniei.ir, .Mibama S e College for Girls, Montevallo. .-Ma., l":4-:-i \l,.\,, Unueisilv of Instructor. Ftedonia Siaie Xoroial School, New York. Summer Sessions; AsslstantProfessorof Art. St. Catherine's School. Riehmoiid, Va,, 192S-10; State School of Arts and Crafts. Munich. 1931; SupeiM-or ,.1 Art, Scotch Plains Public Schools. N. Y.. 1931-33; Appointed lii.iroei.e in ,\ri, 19,4,

H

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M.S., Univetsiiv of Ve


dD

H

'I>B

X; B.S,, Rhode Island

Slate

Colle.ge.

RoniNsoN Pi

1932;

RRY

Appointed

t

Gough

.\..t.,nlln,l,nct,n,nSholi'X'ork I'm,

ideiice, Sharpe, iiridgepori. Conn.. .

1904-10; Geoeral

Foreman. Bollard Machine

1910-16; Forge Supenntendent. Remington Btidgepori, Conn,. 1916-19; Fotge Soperintendent. Washington

Ordnance

Co., Washington, D. C. 1927-30; Superintendent,


.

.',

X V M

:

B.S.. Colbv

1 95 i

College,

Te.K-h

;

I').i3-15; M.S.. MLddleburv. 193^; --^pp State College, 193).

mlitry, Rhode Island

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Rluul

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II

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\ppomtedAs'iistintinln.,mi..rm.,

Sl

KlindL Ish

Klnn'I.th K. Splrl

moi.d Hi\Lii

THE CRIST

\Jis


Harry Su.viner McCri

Brown Universitv.

Special Student.

I 9

1901; Ordained. Wallingford. Vt., 1 -ches Served; Wallingford and Manchester Center, Vt.; Roger Williams Baptist Church, I.; Livermore Falls, Mame; York Village, Maine; Willimanric Conn Oaklaod, Cal. ; Portland. Maioe; Kingston. R.L; Visitin" Instruc

Provlden'ci

R.

tor

in

Appointed

Philosophy,

Wesley

1932.

Benjamin Hall

Pro/eY,r f lil,-el,-i,l Engineering Z

=,

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n,

F

A;

Scroll and

Elecrricaljngineering,

Compass; Ph.B., Yale,

1916; Insrrocror in

Yale, 1919-23; E.E,. Yale, 1921; Assistant Pro-

Alice Tower McCai

n A

e,

O N; A R

,

Indli

Addams Selio.,|. 1927 and 1929;

::M::rsJi ngton

-

.m

,

,; i-iirii.

i.i,

Eco-

High School. Ind, Taoe High School, s r

le Junior

,,|.|

.

idiana University, Sumnlers of inHo meEcooomics, 1933.

THE CRIST

"^


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Ma,,

Certificate in Institutional Mainagement

Sim

Insiructor

Simmons

College.

in

hi:

1930; lostrcictor

lostitutic 1930-34; Director of Home Econon

College. College, Danville, Va.. 1934-3 1; Appoioted iMan.igenient. Rhode Island Stat e College, 1931

THE CRIST


yX^MI

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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

THE CRIST


1 Science

Katherine Hoerins Abbott

Home Economic,

\

EoGETOoii. R. 1.

C,n,nere,al

High Scfiool

Chauncey E. Allard

Science

0,101 N

R

ll

1

Marion W. Arnoi

i,

I

St

t

H

I Sel ol

H,ne Economics

0 B X North Piiovidence, R. I.

f(o/)e

Sl.

High

School

Edgewood, R, 1.

THE CRIST

Cransion

High Schoo!


MiR,iN N BAtH,i,N \ I

Pro,iiiince,

R

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B.M.M,

Wl.

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W'ltTU'ick

Itr-itiecring

llinh

School


H,ne f.cnoniics

Jan-etB-vicheeder r

Providence. R. L

K.

a

Evelyn Ia\i

Bell

r

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Street

High

School

i

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Ruth Lenori

R I

1

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Ml

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Home F, X A

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R. I.

Hope

Street

li,:.,!, S, hoi

PueavioLNii, R, I,

THE CRIST

/;,

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PROviniNei,R, i,

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High

ooN

Sch

THE CRIST

R

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Henry W, Brow

nell

M

Newport, R. I.

4,

Science

Frank R.

Business Adminislralion

Budlong, Jr.

IMA

4 1 S

Roger, High School

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l^k^ Archie H. Burdic

Newpore, R. I.

Science

Roger, High School

David

J. BuRi

Newport, R. I.

De La Salle Acadei


Q ,

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John Burton

< 'A, ,.,/

l.,eer/j

Mass,

i

Howard G. Carlson

* B

i- K .! Cm eachet, R, 1,

H,i,(l, ,11,

((,,;/, School

W'(,/rrfy High Sclmil

Edgewood.

THE CRIST

R. I.

X,

Sceuce

<F 4 Can, ton

High

School


THE CRIST


THE CRIST


Jamhs

Business AJiniiris/ratioii

C. Colton

B

Providence, R. I.

<l>,

Dorothy

Janu

<I K ft Street

High

School

Pawtucket

High

School

Hol>e

Home Economics

Co-mpston

O K '!'

Apponaug, R. I.

Warwick

C. Melton Cook.

Frances D, Conni

High

School

Science

AXA

Pawtlicret, R. I.

Ashton, R. I.

THE CRIST

Cumberland

High School


Willard L. Cook

Eleclrical Engineering

Kenyon, R. I.

Weiterh High School

Francis Howland Cooiur

Mechanical

Engineering

B X PROVtDENt

THE CRIST

I

,

R. I.

Hope

Slreet

High


1^ 1<

""^

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Coyle

R. 1.

.l,,/,i.

d,,,,

I'eehnical ll:-gh S.ho.d

THE CRIST

,

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e

Cl.i<,ieiil

High School

I

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Adine ISABl.l.l

I

Dec.^

Buttonwoods, R.

I.

Home Economics

VCitFRED W. d'Entre.mont

niick lirjh School

A A '4'

THE GRIST

Agricultm


John

A. DeSantis

Agricullure

Civil Engineering

James DeSista E 'P .A

'.ogers High School

Louis D'loRio

Mchanual En-gue,,ng

Wakefield, R. 1.

Tchimal

fTigh

School

Science

David W. Dick

Is At

PIK

Providence, R. I.

South Kingstonn

ll,gb

S,hi,ol

Providence, R.

THE CRIST

I.

Technical

High

School


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School

Warw

THE CRIST

icK,

R, I,


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Ro,?rri High School

THE CRIST


Andrew

James Ferguson, Jr. Busine.is A,lmi

ATF

Providence, R, I,

THE CRIST

Technical

High

Sci


Earl M. Fishhr

Science

H

Henry Bennett Fletcher, Jr.

BO

Cranston,

R. I.

L A E, "t

Cranston

High School

Providence, R. I.

Science

A, * Z S Hofw Street High

School

B

1 WES-tEREY, R, I,

Weslerly High

School Oaklawn, R. F

THE CRIST

Cransion

High

Scfiool


H \VAsniN<,K)tN,R.

I.

Wesl Wtinc/ck

High

School

pROVii.ENCL.R. I.

r.-rhtrnttl

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R. I.

Ci-iins/ou

H/,i;/'

Scho ,

Iowa

All.i Cnit.ol:,lat.',l I


mim Frank

,Vler/ao,/m,( .;efr/s

J. Garoeveo B ,

Technical

A T CRCT, R. T.

r,

Sef,ool

Brocrton,

Brockton

Mass.

Frank P. GoLDiNc

High School

Agriculture 0 B X

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Woonsocfiel

Engineering

A T F

High

Electrical Enghieering

Richard H. Goddard

Ciril

Peter Anthony Gavin

A

R, I,

High Scfiool

North Atti

EBoro

Mass I

THE CRIST

'1 1

0,0

Htb School


THE GRIST


Agrieidtiin

Naehan S. Hall

AFP (WISCONSIN)

Mieeinoton, N, j.

Snniniit

fligh Scfiool (N. /.)

Wisconsin 1930-32,

R/,(m

32-3:


u Westerly, R. 1.

li

Gilbert Warren Hakhv,

Jr.

PRovinENtE, R. I,

Techtiical

Stonington High School

^T^ Mmtt PuoviDLNd, R. I.

'I'eelw

THE CRIST

High School


Home Ecoo,nics

Gertrude Alice Harris

L K

Paioluckel Senior

Lincoln, R. I.

High School

H i

Mary Elizabet

h

Hawckoft

S Z, <t K

Providence, R. I.

'I>,

Geiieral Science

Classical

'I'

High

School

Scie

Stephen W. Hluti

OSS

Cranston,

THE CRIST

R. I.

Z,

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High

Sci


A X A, <1> i. 'I' Fall River. Mass.

u

Science

Hope Gudrun Hinoel

Dr/iv High Sefiool

East Greenwich, R. I.

Waller A. HicciNs

-

S

llome E, onomics

^

Vaei,-k

H,gh Scfiool

ry Home f.coiianncs

Priscilla Hoih.i Warli

hi

d, R, I.

lia.l

l.iern,,

n

Mu

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I, ,\i.idei War,,

THE CRIST

k

k, R, I,

Wai

i,

/;

High

S, ///


^ Q

Harold Warner iNCRiM

Phy, teal fdiicalion

111, ,\

Ir

\

Margaket Hall Kiii

.V

Si;, K,n.,lo,cn

High School

Westerly,

THE CRIST

R, I.


^ Q William Robert Kenyom

WtSTERLY, R. :

Westerly High

Mechanical

School

Engineering

a> B X

Woonsocket, R. 1.

^ Nat,,eie Incrid Ki

THE GRIST

Woonsockel

High School


u Knerr ,

R. I.

Science

Ions 1

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1

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W'e,/erlj High School

M 4

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Richard B. Law

/

renc i

New London. Conn,

THE GRIST

I

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ll

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^^K L

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Providence, R. I.

'

I A I Westerly. R, I,

1

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W'isii

THE CRIST

ai ,.

R. I.


THE GRIST


THE CRIST


Karl H, Lyon

Bus,,,,-,, Admiuislration

Science

Francis L, McAloon

X A F

B II)

Neweore.R. 1.

Rogers High Sctiool

Pro

THE CRIST

srRI

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f S t ool


Busin esi Ailiniimlrali,.,

to

Laurei

Tl

M. Ma RCOTTE

Xti

B P A Dean ,\ciiden ,,

KlNGSTlON. R.L

ri,/,|,'rC

John

Francis .Marein

ll,,,,,,,-.. A,l,./ra/,o

Joseph Markoh

B '1'

Newport, R. I.

B,., ,\dm,t,al,o

.\ F n

Ko.sir, Higf' School

Westerly,

THE CRIST

R. I.

VVi,,rr/y

High

Sehm


Gaetano

James

Marzilli

E I Apr

N

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Sclctce

V

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Mass

H I

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Agricnltnre High Scfiool

Peeer

J. Murray

SI

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H, Administration ^ '^ '-

jA-viEsTowN, R. E

THE GRIST

Roger, H,gh Scfiool


u

Virginia C. Murray

Westerly, R. I.

Business A,l.

Westerly High School

^

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THE CRIST


Edward C. O'Donnell

East

Provusence,

R. T.

Business Adniinislrati La Salle Acade,

Science

Edward C. Olsen

Riverside, R, I,

Technical

High Scfiool

Science

Lyman M, Parmelee

0 M 4 East Greenwich, R. I.

THE CRIST

Cransion

High

School


Pf,,., eat Educaiion

Louis T. Pascoe

P I K

Pascoag, R.

1.

Burrill, , Ile High Scfiool

J,

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Ray.siond Payne

Science

4 .M 4

Westerly. K. 1.

Westerly High School

', Kingstown

High

School


a.

Eleanor Mary Pennine

Wesley William Pendleton

Electrical Engineering

Providence, R. I.

Elume Economics

Technical

High

School

0 K O Cranston

Auburn, R. I.

High School

Home Economics

Olive Alicemakie Pereira

Mechanical Engineering

O I S

Providence, R. I.

Classical

High School

Kengston, R. I.

South Kingstoun

High School


1 .

Ph^.ii ,tl l\lit.

Hercules G. Picernl 1.

B,ili,IL llieh Scfiool

'f

^?i

Providence, R.

R, 1,

(

Lt^st. .t!

Ili-J'

^

Kim, SI, IN, R. 1.

S-uih Ktn-ihtu

t,

llt:'h School


Provioencl. R. I.

Teihnical Hr;

1,

THE CRIST

Teiloiical lli-'li Scfiool


Home Economic,

Stuart S. Reardon

Physical

fjn.

HB^

u 1

Laki ,R.I.

Biorilh llie

High School


Science

Kenneeh Roebuck

Alice W,,lch Rogers

4 Z

AAW

Providence, R. I.

Benton H

R

Classical High School

PovmENCE, R. L

Classical

High Scfiool

u

GilpfrtJ

Rllsi

R

I

Business Ailm

St.

Raphael Academy


R. MieiiAii Sa.vi.viat.aro

B,ie Adnislral,o

ISRON WiniiiropSai

<F i.

Wesei rev, R. 1.

Ellral En-inieii

Bidheley

Corrado Scalera

Scfio

Science

George Senerchia

B 'V A Providi

Nck.

R. I,

Technical

Science

.ATF

High

School

Natick,

THE CRIST

R. I.

IParmefi

High

School


u V

D

r

G

Sh

H BO

Edgewood, R. 1.

Cranston Hivb Scfxtol


^B^

James Reed

Sol

Pro,idlnce

R

I/,

iher

I I

il I f

t

n

Hi

fSf

I

Nl

nr,

Spii

i

If

S<>/re

febi ,i r

^I 4

A F n III

THE CRIST

icri

1

1

Roi,

H,?/aS,io(


Ralph

J.

Ser,ing

Providenci. R. I.

C-d Engiueering Technical

Jere,,i

High School

/)r/ep High School

Fall Rivi r, Mass.

,

R. 1.

Pau-tiicfiel Senior

High

Scfiool

Eisi Pr

min

f

R

I


s

Edwin B. Tetlov^-

Business Administration

Science

Elizabeth Kinsey Thomas

PIK

Providence, R, 1.

ZKl-KOOZS

Technical High School

Providence

LORAINE E. TOOI.I

THE GRIST

R

T

Ch

ual

Hi^f School


n

CheseerTuckir

1:7., /i/ (;,,,,;

Washing ion, R. I. j^

,

^

^

^

,

.

Wcl Wai

i, i,

Hi

1

I

N

T. Tu,

,"

Home Economic,

KER

^ ''

I: II, .-h s, /,ol

Kingston, R. I.

THE CRIST

Dr/e,i

(G.) High Sefiool


u

Bernardine M. R. Ward Business Administration X

fw.r^ooD.R I

Mildred L. Waters

<>

St

Xaii,>\

Bnsmess Administration

AZ

AituLm-i

Rlmh.rd

R

I

Ta.l P,oi id

n.

.

Hi^hSihool


Willia.m T. West.

Bu.ine,, ,\dmilral,n

Jr. 4 A

Edgewood, R. I.

1'

Co/1 Memorial

High School

WlSl KlNl.slO,, N.R.I.

THE CRIST


u u

Kenneth E. Wrigi

,Mecfiann al Engineering

it

Arthur

Mechann-al Eng,n,-ering

Frederick W. Wyaet

B I, ll K

0 X

Agamam High Sefiool

AoAWAAi.MASS.

I a'ialle

R^frsidcRI

Academy

u

John

Yaroi

t,

(

,/

Engineering

\ortf,k,ng.toi,nHighS,-fi,i,il W

THE CRIST

HIS fool


Cnmt'claiid

.

MoREON

lOVintNil

Zisguii ,K, 1,

li,i,iu ,\dmii,istrat,on

Hope

St, 1,1

HighSeflool

bA-

High

School


ATHLETICS


DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

mm: Frank W. Keaney

-A.B., B.iu'sfnlle-e, iredtn-

of

At/ile/i.

Head Coach

^.

Prf,

..^i)-

I'M 1

u/ Ph^-n id EJncdti,.

of Eutflhall. liaJielhull

Presnienl New England

and Baseball

College Conference

THE CRIST


COACH KEANEY'S RECORD AT RHODE ISLAND

TABULATION

THE CRIST


193 5

t

FOOTBALL SEASON

Coach fred Tootell, Head Coach fiant W. Kianey, and Line Coach B,ll Beet


FOOTBALL SEASON

SUNLVIARY OF 193 S

rhe hrst l!ro

n

lootl

n

I

\t Norrheistetn the folios, 1

in

PASS

Rhode Isl iiul h, elovns

dolm

ot the game

,,

I.e

llie

Rhode Island 6. \I

II

loi

llliid os

.teel.

loe

the hrst hiK Victor,

iighteen seconds

is

I mil

ilit

A

-

teioi ,

ippiuni seme

isli.iiiinu

peliid

lehusett.

i

,

>.

nl,

,rLiil,

i.

,

uitieightd bot scored

liite ilie I luskn,

in

er

the

in

iiul tlu 1,

lod kieled th.

II sl itei s

id, ineed

eight,

point liter loiiehdow

o

,

irds

lind

in

thr

seore-

-

nd the lollo wing week

Polstechtllselelell

iing

Da,

Rhi idelsliod

B,

for tean-1 went

for

looehdov

i

eken

tht R

to

o

the In

Si ite

Thi Coast Good Aeulu

sion

store

i

un

hue

-lost ihltd

lllU,hlF lltle

to

the Iriir, l

hllloo ihe P

1

(

1

1

seote

1

spltndidl.

III

.

0

aaelt

Ag, oeot

lor

J

Field.

t,.

first down. aod ftom dial poini 1 'rovldence

sei

ned.

by

.,

c

loestionable


VARSITY FOOTBALL

SQUAD

wMM^m^

lllll I

fill!

I

ii

UU

TEAiM RECORD Rhode Island

.

Rhotle Islaod

.

Rhode Island

,

Rhode Island

,

.

,

.

,

11

;;;-;

.

,

,

,

,

Rhotle Island

,

,

Rhode Island

,

,

Cross

Northeaster Massaehoset ts State

,

Rhode Island

Floly

.

13

U, S. Coast Goard

....

23

Wofcester F'olytech

,

,

.

Connecticul ,

,

,

,

0

Provideoce

THE GRIST

.

.

.

.

Academy .

,

,

,


H(.iM

Facing ledule

at

a

heaviet and

more

CKo:>S

IJ. rhwde

experieiiee.l Flole

Fitton Field. \

leiim

d well

od., ,\i ilie

.he tited Rho.lv

1^1 ;\ND

1la-OSS

verv

heginni ng

in the

defensieely

opening

ga

and held

t

Rh ode Islaod fonibled dec

teal

THE CRIST


MAINE 7. RHODE ISLAND

Rhode Islan,J tried necessary breaks. In

to

make it three in

the second e,o;Itter

\

;

Modge'i

:;:::

get as

blocked,

and within

a

fe ly

the

plays

Fittlehale of Main

after

coverine

Rhode Islaod', and rhe ball

n

The R,iiii. aod

ti'iii

i

i.

i";""'

i

1,

::::i::il :;;,':::;;

detensoegesl

and scored

its

the game, Fl, d

a

clipping

inf

^i-::;

Jvtaoied;;:::::;:;;;" rushing

Iiai Rlio.

lee

Outstanding Fred McCarthv

ai

for Rhode Islaot

field ell

wer e

in

Bob

Mudg e plav

thleif hoe

THE GRIST

and

John

Man tenuto.


RHODE ISLAND

13,

BROWN'

7

After 23 year, of trying to defeat the Brolo m looiball, Rhode Island finallv came io a brilliant game that will long live in ihe memor, of the loyal looters who saw

through the

contest.

Before the game

march, Mantenuto took the

Mudge, over

was

three mioutes old.

opening

for the first

score.

On

a

fake

Rhody

seoted

as

the tcsolt of

a

'J4-vatd

kick-olf and returned the ball past mid-hehl. Alter

Messina and Mantenuto alternated

placement

carrying

to

the

3-yard line. Wright plonged

and pass ftom Mantenoio

to

.Messina ihe

e.vira

rted. strong. led by Mike Greenberg. and i,.,i,,,W missed see period, die Rams put on a 5,,-vard seoring mareli which sass

to

iriotio and the final droe h> Bob

THE CRIST

Mudge,


^pp "*

r^-

Wi

--.-..-

^...--^-

tu

mH

^^B

RHODE ISL.AND 6. NORTHEASTERN

Facing

encounter,

heavier Northeasrern

a

but Rhode Islaod

staged

team at

a

Huntingtoo Field

suiprise

offensive

to

he bal

During e

the thitd

period

i

Rhotle Islaod had several

io

f.

Brooklioe. the Rat

take die Icid,

nding opportuolties

up.

to seote

the necessary power to put the ball across through the lioe. With Northeastern heaved a long pass that was caught on the Rhodi

aining.

mpted the

conversion;

a

bad pass from a

center

,

,

saved the dav for the Rams,

heavie

THE CRIST

isfv the lat


MASSACHUSETTS STATE 7, RHODE ISLAND

i

:hat exhibited in the Brc

s

played

an even

game.

klonly

awoke ,ind

ilv for the Bob Mudge went out of t was stopped. Robertsha play during the game.

when he

staged

an

SO-yard

march fo

score.

was

offensive

THE CRIST

injured,

and thereafter the Rai


Mtidge

goes

RHODE ISLAND

through for ,

a

good gain

COAST GUARD ACADEMY ;

n

opening line,

wbistle and

riay

without In

a

was

hand

even

w

the second

Jack Casey going

o

in trouble

soon

after

regulars to stop the Cadets on the one-; Land of the Coast Guards dashed oiJ-tat

rush in the

ntil

t

being

Jack

laid upon him. larch

period Rhody

over

which found

ion faded and State

for the initi

still trailed the Cadets. Later r

for

a

in

the

period

the Rams scored after

a

66-yard

touchdown. This time the try for the point

The Coast Guards put on a splendid ns on the defensive most of the time.

passing

was

march with Bob

Mudge

going

good.

attack in the second half and

kept

the


rt f} fled

McCarlfiy gain,

'-'

on a

RHODE ISLAND 23. WORCESTER TECH

The Rams scored carried rhe ball

on

rhis

in

the sixth

play.

play

of the game

Soon after Teeh

but the lioe held for dowos. lo rhe second the

goal

line

to score a

safety

came

against

period Justio McCarthy

and iocrease the lead

to

nine

6

Worcesrer

back strong and

Teeh; Bob Mudge

seriously threatened,

tackled Getmaine behind

points.

-ood attack in the final

THE CRIST

n


Mudge goes

around end

RHODE ISLAND 7. CONNECTICUT 0

Before series

a

b.iiiner 1

opening

opportunity

in

an

kick-off for

In the second

the

loniecoming Day throng.

trophy by winning

took the

period

as

a

a

Rhode Island

the firsl

won

interesting game 7-0. As in three previous tally; Mudge was once more the scorer.

Rhode Island had another excellent chance

result of

a

fumble. The

teams

battled

on

leg

to score

an

of the

games, the

even

new

team

but muffed

basis for the

remainder of the half.

own

20-yard

never

its most serious threat in the third period in taking the ball from to a point deep in Rhode Island territory where it surrendered on Rhody kept rhe game well under control and the eventual outcome was

staged

Connecticut its

line

downs. Thereafter in doubt.

The

team

played only straight football,

Providence game

a

as

all

deceptive plays

week later.

THE CRIST

were

being

saved for the


^

In

m| ^

-

PROVIDENCE coil FGF- 13. RHODE ISLAND

Those playiog their last game for Rhode Island McCarthy. .|im Souther. Louis D'lorio, Milt Cook, Bob Lepper, and Jack Casey.

THE CRIST

S S

tt

IN <? fn

were;

11

Captain Mantenuto. Justin Reardoo, Junior Keaney,

Stuart

1


VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY

TEAM RECORD Rhode Islaod

.

Rhode Island

.

Rhode Island

.

Rhode Island

.

,

New

.

18

NeivHat

England Intercollegiate

L C, A. A. A. A,

Rui

Champiooship

THE GRIST

F


VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY

For the fifth

season

in

Rhode Island would have

the

meet

ere:

and

row

Coach Tootell's varsity harriers have remained undefeated. Fnghind tide at Boston except for the leg injury of

die New

Mes Brown. Hub; K,,beri Wood. 24th; Bob Childs.

Fairchild, 42od, Connectitoi

a

woo

llie

leani

se.ire

wa-i

Uli. M.issaehoseiis State

Springfield

Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island

five-year

record follows;

.

.

.

Worcesrer Teel

Island

Island Island Island

.

.

.

.

lampshire

97,

183. M. I, T. 196, Bates 227,

42nd.

A tabulation of Rhode Island's undefeated

Rhnde Rhode Rhode Rhode

2'2th; aod Koight

Miine 81, Rhode Islaod S. New I IS2. Northeastero


1935-36 VARSITY BASKETBALL

TEAM RECORD Rhode Isla Rhotle Isla Rhode Isla Rhode Isla Rhode Isla Rhode Isla Rhode Isla Rhode Isla Rhode Isla Rhode Isla Rhode Isla Rhodo Isla Rhode Isla Rho Rhode Isl

THE CRIST


I Captain

Davi Burke

Ja.

k

Mak

RHOD!

!SL.\.\I) 44,

Juxior Keanf.y

iin

RHODE ISL.-\ND 63, ARNOLD

26

H.\RV-a,Rn 28

RHODE ISLAND 14. BOSTON UNIVERSITY

RHODE ISLAND 61,

NORTHFASTFRN 42

THE CRIST

17


RHODE ISLAND

RHODb

ISI AND SO

The Rams started off

11, BROWN

COASTGUARD

,

\CADEM^

3 3

md were toitonitc to hnd themsel, es on the long end The cadets nne Isiek in , si iriling fashioo and were leading 26-20 midw 1, in the second half |aek \l,.ni seoie.l oo two prett, shots and Mirrin s is contnbuted to b, basket tied the score soon after A seonii, ]>kin-e uliuli Martin of

a

16-1 1

score at

half

sloggishl,

time

,

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 13, RIlOllI

fighting

game against thu

The I rnrs started the SL continued one, en terms The Rtms put

on

,

n

mii

good

1SF,\ND

.

the Rams plated enuig dto the height adaantige shnrt heed ( S lead Pli,

tiblc

i t

hil

the lead 11 to 10 Thereupon Pro, i of the period SO aS Rhode Island set-up shot which the taller Pro,,


^'

W

^w

f-i m

m Morris Fabricant

RHODE ISLAND 14, WORCESTER TECH out quickly and maintained a lead for the grearet portion of the game f got uoder way Worcesrer eootinued its soperiorh ,', but the Rams sud They contmued thei c

SPRINGFIELD

52, RHODE ISLAND

:

team which later turned out to be iNew Plaving Englan Olympic play-oifs, Rhode Islaod plaved its poorest of the sea.son showing. Playing in a foreign court and imt disadvantages that eonoted heavily. a

RHODE ISLAND

S3. MASSACHUSETTS STATE 46

For the first half Massachosetis dominated and went out at half-time leading 22-18. came back strong io the second half and turned back the Statesmen for the remainder of the game. Leading near the end 46-38. Fabricant came through with six con secutive points to clinch the verdicr for Rhody.

Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 61, RHODE ISLAND 42 In rhe rerorn engagement with Providence, the Friars played a wide open game to decisively defeat Rhode Island. Once again superior heighr provided rhe Ram's undoing. David of Providence made 23 points, which was representative of the up-State five's

THE CRIST


*&'J

NEW HAMPSHIRE 44, RHODE ISLAND 43

Leading 39 luddeniy balked

to

eight minutes of plav remaining, Rhode Island's Hampshire came from behind in the final seconds to cii rugged guard who withdrew from college, -w

2S with but

and New

verdict. The absence of Fabricant.

RHODE ISLAND 75, CONNECTICUT :

RHODE ISLAND 4S, TUFTS 47

again Rhode Island piled up a commanding lead, but on this occasio closed the gap and twenty seconds from the end were one point behind the On this occasion!" lack Martin scored twenty points and surpassed Red Haire's Once

slowly

RHODE ISLAND In rnn

a

sports carnival

contest

that

54, NORTHEASTERN 41

was

sponsored by

Arena, Rhode Island battled Northeastern

on

the Boston Kiwanis Club terms for three quarters

even

THE GRIST


I k^ RHODE ISLAND !2

.

LOWELL TTXTILE 40

By virtue of Jimmy Wright's holdinIg Loo Athanas. New Fngia nd high check, Rhode Island was able to defeat ai1, excellent Lowell team, Pla beginning, and as usual Rhody put on a se orlng attack later m the gamle.

RHODE ISLAND t

11. ,11

.lailedout ,J

.

It

:..m

116.

point

eived cartier in rhe

the eod iliat ih

BRO-Jl-N

This was avenge for

seore.

but Ed

47. R MODI

s

Bask,IS bv n larked

triomph

ISLAND 4S

all of the wav wirh Browo exhibiiiog their best basketball of the season defeat earlier io the .season. With two minotes reoiaioiog. Rhode Island

even a

'rhe

in the

dw;i'tn:a;,:;im;:':^':rr?fm'mS:::'tt --,:-''''

to

in

CONNECTICUT 11

toaveogeth

lioe

SCO!

Tashjian's

attempt for the tsnog marker rolled

out

of the

hoop.


BASKETBALL STATISTICS

ute" record ive

W

L

Points

made

an

the pas average of fori

during

Acerage Oppotieiits

Avei

During Coach Keaney's

they

have

games in

In the lon

only once, an single season. HI,

1st

won a

season

and for the

more

thao ooe-third of the

just passed J. Francis Martin .surpassed the scoring record for a sing] records formerlv being held by "Red" Haire, "21

four-year total, both

ainsr Browo in 193S Martin

set a

record of 30

points

for

a

single

game. His

ard follows; Year

Game,

Goals

THE CRIST

fo,d Shols

Poinl,

four-yea


basketball STATISTICS

to come

whhin

striking

safe, for the present

College

at

follow;

,d

John

Francis Marrin, '36

Robert llaire. '28

.

Samuel S. Epsrein. John Tyler. '32 John Messina. '37

.

'l^

.

.

.

Alec Horwitz, '29

.

.

.

.

.

Wdliam Trumbull '29

'il

i

.

,

SQUAD

SCORING RECORDS

Capt. ,Iaek Martin John Messina Edward Tashjian ,

Frank Keaney. Jr.

.

James Wrighr

.

David Burke

.

.

Fred .McCarthy David Parringtoo

James

Masterson

.

.

.

.

Jaeeib Robertshaw

John Wightman

Joseph

Rinoski

Henrv

Kogur

Frank Ryan

.

.

.

.

.

.

THE CRIST

ith

Total


WINTER TRACK


WINTER TRACK

The winter

season saw

several brlllianr

aeeomplisliments by

Irving Folwartshny. sophomore weighr thrower, gained fame worid's record and

three years in

a

capturing

row.

The

in the I. C.-4A indoor

the National A. A. U.

four broke the

relay

Middlebory.

record

by

glory by breakiog

several seconds and

Madison S.,iia[e Gar.leo, Net, 1 ork, ihe in the mile and slid ilieit besl lune of the

aod Bowdoin

Amhersr got the jump io the oiaieh race at the B. A. A. games and Rhode Islaods hiiherio uodefeated quarret. At

the Natiooal A, A, U,

teerdhea,.,il

caused

a

<,

I'e.l

1

.

in.

meet

in New I'ork, Folwartsho, '

hes: 1 )rei

er,

1 1

siunible and Khode Islaod finished

At the N, E. A. A. U.

Rowe

was

uncorked

a

the won

placed

meet.

At the Millrose games io

Wilhams.

college

Coach Tootell's proteges.

aod

title, which Rhode Island has

secood and

meet

in Boston.

Lepper ihird.

beautiful heave of

S S

feet 4

,

a

oot

,

ioelies

won

an

to

opeo

a

leam

defeated

season, 3 ;2.S.

close

race

stmle.it, tepre-enled the

won

teaoi

the 3S-lb.

handicap

regaio his

from

first with his wtirid's

of the mooey. The

Folwartshny

Later, in '

gl .uhiale

won

meet.

collc.ge

finished sixth

weight throw, Hank Dreyer

orld's record.

in New Yeirk die relav leam plieed fifth. Folwartshny was the weight throw to perlormances and dropped to H led placed foutth. On the same esemng die Ireshnieo placed fourth at the New England championship meel which wa. being liekl in Pi,,,,. lence. In the 6110 metre ron Turner was third. Flibbiits tied for thud in die high jomp. and Singsen and Hammeriund of Rhode Island tied fot thitd in the pole vault. At the 1. C.-4A

onable

to

duplicate

meet

eatliet

finish secood; Bill Rowe

oi


193S

^

VARSITY BASEBALL

?

?

f

i

*<i,j*>

nt7

^.,

TEAM RECORD Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island

Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode IsLind Rhode Island

5

Providence

Colle,

nK-


195 5

EJ I

,n

;

Tud l'..-,coe.

d'Entremom,

pitch;

at

VARSITY BASEBALL

second; Applin, first base; Fisher, left; Martin,

and

Ryan,

caich.

Fay

was

leading

THE CRIST

center;

batter with

an

Mudge. right;

average of .491.


193 5

VARSITY TRACK

TEAM RECORD Rhode Island

Rhode Island

Conne ,,;

Rhode Island

TorcesierTech

Rhode Island

Holv ( ;ross

2l,, ,

,

,

,

27

52ij


VARSITY TRACK

193 S

dual

Bdl Dolan, '31, lowered die liKi-yard dash lioie to 9.9, and the 220 time to 2 I.S in the meet with Conneei,, in, Andtews chopped the half mile time dowo to 2 minutes 2,3

seconds;

Art

Hanley

,li,l die .purtei

in

4'),r,

sccoods; Gerald Mullen made rhe

hurdle record of 2, seeoiul, llai; Jiek I lunt became the New

javelin champion

and

-ei

a

iiesv

college

mark of 187 feer 3

nation last year. Tallman of the freshmen showed excellent form

record in the

120-yard high

The freshmeo had

a

hurdle,

to

220

low

England Intercollegiate

ioehes; and Bill Rowe's line as

he lowered the

college

U.S.

powerful squad

which

woo

all of its

meets

handily.

Their

record follows; Freshmen

108

Freshmen

78

Freshmen

7^

Freshmen

117/,

Freshmen

109

Freshmen

The

yearling

lOOJi record breakers

were:

Cart Morrill, S80-yard run, 2 minutes 2.9 seconds; Tallman. 120 high hurdles, 15. S secoods; Dana Conlcy, 220 low hurdles, 21. S sccoods; Singsen. pole vault. 11 feet 7!/e inches; DeLuca, javelin, 169 feet; Irving Polwarishoy, 12-lb. shot. 49 feet, lO/a inches; 16-Ib. shot, 42 feet 8 inches; 12-Ib. hamoaer. 189 feet 10 U ioehes; 16-Ib. hammer. 146 feet.

THE CRIST


FRESHMAN FOOTBALL

TEAM RECORD Rhode Islaod

7

Dean Academ

Rhode Island

32

Nichols Juoio

Rhode Island

6

Brown '39

Rhode Islaod

0

Boston Unive

Rhode Islaod

0

Connecticut

Rhode Island

6

Providence '3

'


FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY

TEAM RECORD Rhode Is and

.

.

Rhode Is aod

,

,

Hopedale (Mass Westerly High

and

New

Engla nd

High

S

49

I iSalle Academ

,7

Conne ticut '39

Intercol egiate Eteshman Run,

THE GRIST

t

lied

School


FRESHMAN BASKETBALL

TEAM RECORD Rhode Island

S3

R. I.

Colle.ge

of Edu

Rhode Island

46

Bostoo Uoiversirv

Rhode Island

60

Noriheisiern '39

Rhode Island

61

Brown',')

,

Rhode Island

63

HiiK Cross '39

Rhodo Island

46

Providence

Rhode Islaod

SS

Dean

,

College Academy ,

Rhode Island

66

Rhode Islaod

47

Connecticut '39

Rhoele Islaod

S!

Tofts '39

Rhode Islaod

61

Northeastern "39

Rhode Island

SS

Connecticut '39

Providence

THE GRIST

,

College .

.

,

.

'


FRESHMAN RELAY

TEAM RECORD

THE CRIST


VARSITY RIFLE TEAM

TEA.M RECORD Rhode Islaod

Rhode Island Rhode Island

Rhode Islaod Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Island Rhode Islaod Rhode Island Rhode Island

THE CRIST


FRI'^SHiMAN

RIFIF: TEAM

TEAM RECORD Rhode Islaod

1297

Connecticut '39

Rhode Island

1242

Westerly

THE GRIST

,

Rifle CluI


INTRAMURAL WINNERS

SPiog-Pong

ClassA

Pi

Mu DnrrA H,,

THE CRIST

Epsiion Pi


jAMtS

THE GRIST

C,

COCTON. Jn,


RHODE ISLAND LETTERMEN CROSS COUNTRY

INDOOR TRACK

BASKETBALL

THE CRIST


CHEERLEADERS

Under the direction of the col

Erwin, the cheerleaders conducted

s

games last fall. In addition, iheir pi

THE CRIST

jefore rhe football

hly

commendable.


CO-ED ATHLETICS

Miss BOAROMAN

I

a,t

the field

fall, svomen's athletics reached great heights

hockey

Russell and has

team.

This sporr

steadily progressed

was

but

went

dowo

to

on

a

were

the

undefeated io

three game

at

Rhode Island with the

here under the direction of

team was

rour to

outstanding

competition

Pennsylvania,

team

with

success

of

Josephine Lees England

in New

teams

in this

area,

the hot-bed of women's

hockey. Mrs. Russell

Vera

defeat

begun

until her

last year. The Rhode Island co-eds

field

Miss Rock

Mrs. Russell

was

assisted

by

Miss lielco E. Boardman

Rock, '31, former co-ed athlete,

Miss Boardman

was

appoioted

to

WEARERS 1,1

S\\"F,\TI'RS

THE GRIST

doring

rhe first semester;

the positioo io

resigned.

Febroary

when


WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY

Rhode Isl

lege

Rhode Isl Rhode Isl

Providence I

loekey

C

Rhode Isl

Rhode Isl

Connecticut State Co

Rhode Isl

Posse-Nissen

.

.

Rheide Isl

Rhode Isl Rhode Isl

Drexel Institute

THE CRIST

.

lege


The women's field since the sport

by

was

hockey

iotroduced

realiied the

team

on

mosr

soccessfol

season

the campus. Out of the nine games

it has

played,

experienced

six

were won

Rhode Island. On October

nineteenth, the team went all previoos marches, Connecticut had been work of Rhode Island

was too

Storrs

to

play

Rhody. Emily Xavier, playing goals.

Connecticut State

College.

victorious. The derermination and fine

much for rhe Connecticut

favor of five

to

giils.

the final

score

being

In

team

S-1 in

her firsr game for Rhode Island, scored foor of the

On October

defeated 4-1. the fact that

rwenry-fifrh. the team broke another record; New York University was The following day the team defeated the Providence Hockey Club. Due ro two members of last year's varsity played with the Providence team, the

Relations

were

resumed with Pemhroke rhis year. Alrhough the Pembtoke team When Connecticut played a return game

played hard. Rhode Island defeated them easily. Rhody, the same scotc resulted, 1-1.

with

The

day,

rhe

scored

ocxt

week, the Posse-Nisseo

physical

two

colttire school

of the three

An undefeated

goals

ream

was

teana came to

defeated

by

the

ooe

college. Oo a cold, windy and rainy goal. In this close game, Milly Waters

for Rhode Island.

left for

Philadelphia

on

November

twenty-first

to

play

three

games. Here in the hockey center of the United States, the Rhode Island team was defeated in all three encounrers. The girls were not ashamed of their defeats for the games were

Drexel Institute, which

goal

which

was

was

played

in six inches of

made by Rhode Island

on

the

mud. Claire Wordell scored the only

trip.

THE CRIST


CO-ED BASKI'TBALL

Its

best she

t

th

s

TEAM RECORD Rhode Is Rhode Is and Rhode Is and Rhode Is and Rhode Is and Rhode Is and and Rhode Is Rhode Is and and Rhode Is and Rhode I, and

Newport 32

Alumnae

28

Antiques

17

Posse Nis

2S

Providen

:Y.v,b,A,

29 10

'.'.'.'.'.'.

East Stro udsburg U

Upsala

.

Inrernatiooal

17

Rhode Is and

33

Pcmbrok

Rhode Is and

22

Providen eY.W.CA, International

Rhode Is

.

,

29

26

CRIST

.

:

:!!

vear.


CO-ED RULE TIAM

The

outstanding and

shot well in the

placed

large

field.

TEAM RECORD Rhode Islaod

.

Rhode Island

,

,

,

.

.

.

.

.

Rhode Island

.

.

...

.

.

.

...

Rhode Island

.

Rhode Island

.

Rhode Island

.

...

Rhode Island

.

.

.

.

496

Carnegie

Tech

497

University of

486

Connecticut

498

Looisiaoa State

498 481

Washington

Vermoot Conoecticut

496

Drexel Institute

Rhode Island

.

,

...

496

Cornell

Khode Island

.

,

...

496

Penn State

.

.

.

.

.

.


ERATERNITIES


THE POLYGON

Since 1911 the

nediary

,

Poly gon, originally

for fraternities

aeetings.

two

delegates

H. ReisiN

a

nd the

mbers. has been the 1

governirIg body for

f rom each house:

arc

present

(Alpha Epsilon Pil

THE CRIST

Officers

are

selected by

.


POLYGON aMEMBERSHIP

James

C. Colton

PHI

BETA cm

THE CRIST


FRATERNITIES IN ORDER OF FOUNDING

RHO

IOTA KAPP

y

CHI

Es tabhshe, 1 Sienia Delta Eti1

Chapte r

1,

of Th,eta Chi

DELTA AFPHA PSI

LAMBDA

CHI ALPHA

Established Gamma Sigma Delta in

Pill

IIFTA

CHI

I stablished Beta N

Rh,0

Chapter

ol

ii l.psiloii Alpha Ipsil,.,,

PHI ,\IU Esi:ablished Delia Nt1 Era C

hapier

1

DELTA

Sigma Epsiloi

ol Phi Mu Delt

Pill

SIGMA

ALPHA TAU GAMMA

BETA PSI ALPHA


RHO IOTA KAPPA

founded at Rhode Island nils

Tolal

THE CRIST

Cfiapler Membcr.hip

r-IS


RHO IOTA KAPPA FRATRES IN FACULTATE

TVtrFRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936 Ro.E.T L..

Jr.

C,o,i.i.sy,Ts.iere

CLASS OF 1937 Iloc.viiE.Gii,.

Ro...,rE,,Voon

CLASS OF 1938 """

g

^\v g""

f'"".'''

"cs'tor'nir"""

CLASS OF 1939

""rji"'""'""""

to,'RMe<:'eK


50

founded, n IS>6al Noruich Unirersily f.ttabllslied al Rliode hland

a,

Sig,a Delta "/'o/,i/

1909

Cfiapler Membirsliip

THE CRIST

Cfiarlered 316

as

Ela

Cfiapiei

Cliapler

191


THETA CHI FRATRES IN Fa^CULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936

THE GRIST


Eonnded

at

Kljode Island I 'J 10

Total

Chapter Membership

2S1


BETA PHI FRATRES IN FACULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF

Ism,.

C. CoiTot.

Ir.

Johk

193 6

M, Hunt

CLASS OF 1937

CLASS OF

1938

CLASS OF 1939

THE GRIST


DELTA ALPHA PSI

Founded

at

Khode hland 1

Total

THE CRIST

Chapter Membership

4


DELTA ALPHA PSI FRATRES IN FACULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO

H

THE GRIST


LAMBDA CHI ALPHA

Toumled in 1901

1 Bosto u

a

Eslablhfied alR.I

.

as

S6

Unit-ersitr

Ga,-lima Delia

Total

Signta

i'Jll

Cliarlered..1, Ela Zel a

Cfiapler Membersliip

THE CRIST

211)

Chapte

Cfiapler

m


LAMBDA CHI ALPHA

FRATRES IN FACULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936

CLASS OF 1937

pil Ifl

1^

^i^X^

THE GRIST

4


SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON

rounded In US6,,/ Unii- ersity Establhhed .(R.l'.

a,

of

Tolal

1

%

1 10

Alabama CAr lered

Zel aP,Alpf,a I'lM

^

'^.??,

Chapt,,

4

,1

t

as

fi. I.

Chapte

Alplia Chapter

129

t .1 t

Mj,t

THE CRIST

t

t

11-,


SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FRATRES IN FACULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936

CLASS OF 193S


PHI BETA CHI

founded at Rhode Island

a.

Camp,,, Club Tolal

.i -I

I

^.

Pfn Beta Cfi,

I'I2I

Cfiapler Membenhip

I 12

I ^ lit f g I M S t I t t

I' t ? f ? t t t I. *

*r

^

>

*

s^*-

THE CRIST

y

'^.^

'^^


PHI BETA CHI FRATRES IN FACULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936

B

Gilbert W. H.^.tDV.

Jk.

D<

CLASS OF 1937

CLASS OF 1938

VIKNCF

DaMO

J.

LlVrN-GSTOfJF

CLASS OF 1939

THE CRIST

-'VT


ALPHA EPSILON PI

Founded in I 913

a

t New

York

Established a t Rho.ie Island

as

University

Beta Nn

Total

21

Epsilon

Chapter

1 322

Charter.cd

as

Rho

Chapte

Chapter

Member ship !09

*

t

i..f. *

s

I f f *

f

THE CRIST

1

',t

192


ALPHA EPSILON PI

FACULTY ADVISERS

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CFASS OF

1936

CLASS OF 1939

THE CRIST


PHI MU DELTA

Founded at Connecticut

Established

at R. I.

as

Agricultural College

Delta

Sigma Epsilon Total

1 1

f

and Unnersity

1923

I

THE CRIST

of

Chartered

Chapter Membership

as

New

Hampshire

Nu Eta

Chapter

I2S

I

I

191S

1929


PHI MU DELTA FRATRES IN FACULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936

Ht'tav^^Bm^u

JOIIK

1, L,.SL,. II,,

CLASS OF foSTCR AaRO..,

Is.siis R,

1937

Cfmiofs ^'. Holt

Fvikktt

,

~-~"

CLASS OF 193 8

HJlIoc"o,eo.,,,

u',-'TiLtr

wii'ei',M"sB'.ow>iet

VPit.oR N,

M'."r''""

lllTt!,

h!v"

Y.

--"

CLASS OF 1939 A.tKO.L.CoOR.,!.,

R,S,..I I,,Goi,l.

iB^^oZs"'

F."."!''"""

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r"

StO.RTi,

'""""

MHiMP

7eW^ m~

r

ii

'mi i

,

-....

-

III'

THE GRIST


PHI SIGMA

Foimded at Rhode Island

1 92 S

Tolal

Cfiapler Membership

'^ I If f f I f t I I f f f ?

*

V

>^

V

^

THE CRIST

>

^

1

Jl' |.^;,


FRATRES IN FACULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF

193 6

CLASS OF 1537

'^W%^ fi h

J^^%k

*ji J

Ui 1 _._s

._<*


ALPHA TAU GAMMA

inded

al

Rfiode Island

I

*"' f -

Total

Chapter Memhership

*

1 -I I t t M I ..* t

THE CRIST

68


ALPHA TAU GAMMA

FRATRES IN FACULTATE

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936

CLASS OF 1939

THE GRIST


BETA PSI ALPHA

Founded at Khode hland 19 i2

Tolal

Chapter Membership

'

1

t

THE CRIST

?

? t

40


BETA PSI ALPHA

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936 John

A.

jAsii, Frank

J.

]

DiSi,

J.

G.

CLASS OF 1937

CLASS OF 1938

CLASS OF 1939


PHI KAPPA PHI

FACULTY jMEMBERS

FALL 193

5

ELECTIONS

UNDERGRADUATES

SPRING 19.36 ELECTIONS

THE CRIST


PHI KAPPA PHI Founded al Vnieersity

of

Maine 1 897

Rfiode Island

46

Chapter Chartered

Dr. W. Gi

Prcidenl

Vice-President

l')TI

....

Pkokfss.m, I

Treasurer

> iri

,

i

P (

I>, lsi,^~i

Si'<re/rv

Proi

rssisR

Dr, Rai

Corresponding Secrelary

THE CRIST

iii

orgf

P

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F, Trio

Rrnii F. Bro nil

K, Cri.ft

Chapt,


PHI SIGMA SOCIETY

On

May

17. 193^. ihc old

ISiolo.nic.il Society

Michael DiMaio

,is

iiuli

w.is

N.itional CliiincdU. Dr. I'.iul A. W.irrtn. Ai iliis timo

sixu

Pre side in, iirukTU.ok ihe tUitits of the

^e^


PHI SIGMA SOCIETY

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

ACTIVE MEMBERS CLASS OF 1936

THE GRIST


^Ipt

Donai. F. O'BRit John G. Casi Arthur F. Hanli E. Berrv Ti-tlo

Capla,n Ist Lieutenant

2nd Lienlenant Isl

Sergeant

FACE ITY MEMBER Cl ASS 1 I

9

6

THE CRIST


TAU KAPPA ALPHA foiiiidid

in

Indianapolis

Inliani 1908

Rhod, 1,1, ,d SI

111

CoUege Cliapler

Secrelary-T rea

Eitabh.l.

,

.

LouvAN E. Lockwood

MEMBERS Professor George W Brooks Martha C. McCormick, '37 ShirtetNemtzo,, '36 DoN,,EF.O'BititN, '36

Herman A. C Mf-rvin N, Ba Owen G. Birt

Gilbert

LouvAN E. Lo Esther S.slomon

'36

THE CRIST

J. RutsT. '36


SORORITIES

Mip 1^ ^P^^2 ^^^^p ^^"^^a i^n

^tKtmmkLgggg00gm''"*?^

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.^Kii.

-^^in^i^ii^id


PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION

The Pan-Hellenic, composed of two representatives from each group, is tl jrity governing board. Rushing regulations, the Pan-Hellenic Ball and other soci under the

jurisdiction

of this

body. Frances E. Webstei

President

Elizabeth O. Townenj

Secretary-Treasurer

Nu

Delia Zeta

Jea"n

Alpha

Ruth L. Berry

Randall

Ruth E, 'Waldman

Emzabeth O. Tow

THE CRIST


SIGMA KAPPA Founded at

Established

Colby College at

RhoJe Island

1874

as

40

Sigma Tolal

1

Tan Mia in I ''14

Cb.tl'f.,-M,mb.y"hip

Eslablished

as

Pi

Chapters

Chapler

J 919

223

.I.XJL '-AA

4 KI^^BH^rl

rf life.

1 f ^^

f ^

f A 1 ^^

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THE CRIST


SIGMA KAPPA SOROR IN FACULTATE

SORORES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 193 6

CLASS OF 1937

CLASS OF 193 8

CLASS OF 1939

THE GRIST


CHI OMEGA

founded

a.1

Uniiersit ,

Establish,',!1 at R, /.

a:'

of

Art.aii,a, !9i

""'"'n

Alplia Total

I'm

88

Lambda Blsta

Chapler Membersfiip

1

Cliapler.

Cfiapi'er EilalilisfieJ

1921


CHI OMEGA SORORES IN FACULTATE

SORORES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936

CLASS OP 1937

THE GRIST


DELTA ZETA

Fonmled al Miami I

EslablisfieJ

al R. I.

iMpha Chapter

,

lal

Cfiapte, Member.hip

,

Cliarlered 19


DELTA ZETA SOROR IN FACULTATE

SORORES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF 1936

CLASS OF 1937

CLASS OF 193 8

Makion Con-gdo^

Norma E.

Louisr F FiTii.AT.ic.

Ruth S. Iri.R.TT

Jamfs

CLASS OF 1939

THE GRIST


NU ALPHA

EstaUisfied

al

Tolal

Rfiode hland I

1 ^4^ f~f ^j^

i

.

<

^

^

^-^

H;

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9

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\

THE CRIST


NU ALPHA

SORORES IN COLLEGIO

CLASS OF 1936

CLASS OF 1937

CLASS OF 1939


T

f/V


GEORGE M. POTTER

Hizzoner. the Third Mayor of Kingston. George Mundorf Potter, who hails from far away Barcelona, scored election and became the first

"foreigner"

to

a

landslide in the govern

Kingston.


Selected

.u

the Mil B.,11

pulchritude

and ch.itm

.

the

won

honor.iry

Co-ed Colonel. Miss Baclasvski's

het the title bv

nn

THE CRIST

overwhelming majority.


JOHN

Rhode Island's this past won

most

season.

All-New

FRANCIS MARTIN

colorful basketball

Martin is

capable

England

honors

as

an

since

playet.

who

set a new

high scoring record

outfielder and base-runner. also. He has his

Major League Scours

Sophomore on

his trad.

THE GRIST

year,

and

has several


ARTHUR F. HANLEY

Class President four years. Moderator of Sachem,, track captain, holder of

colle,?c 4411-yard record,

and member of 1 936

record-breaking

THE CRIST

mile

relay

team.


JOHN J. MANTENUTO

Here

is

the

Rhode Island

man

who had the honor of captaining the first

team to

defeat Brown in football. Small and

his unbounded energy and

fight

have

always

THE CRIST

carried him

light,

through.


WILLIAiVl

Elected

to

the

All-C.illege

and holder iif the

an

college

J.

track

A.

ROWE

team

record in that

excellent

Olympic

in the hammer thru event.

prospeer.

THE GRIST

Rowe ha,

w,


IRVING H. FOL-WARTSFINY

,rd. held by Flat 936

Olympics

THE GRIST

lr


ROBERT M, MUDGE

marvelous exhibition of football in the E

Bobby Mudge

gave

and

spent from his cfforrs late in the game, stuck

although

a

excellent

batting

eye and

throwing

THE GRIST

arm.


THE CRIST


THE MA'iOl 'MT'i

CWIIAIGN


MLMl

Car .Jt f5 %^' ^,-

^

^^^^1 8

^'lOR (.IF KINGSTON


mt^^h MAY

195! SCENES


TRAGK SCENES


FOOTBALL GAME SCENES

THE GRIST


HERE AND THERE

THE GRIST


CONSTRUCTION SCENES

THE GRIST


THE CRIST


HERE AND THERE

THE CRIST


EIGHTH ANNUAL SENIOR CLASS BALLOT

Alic

Mo,t

Beautiful {Handsome)

The,resa M. Matai

Most

Respected

Ellei, R. Dunne

Best Dressed

.

Rogers

Ra ndall

Be, I

Jean

Ra ndall

Smoothetl

Jean

Ra ndall

ndall

Jean

Hanley Cosgro

Lepper

Richard A.

Tayloi

Thoi-ougl1 I,i,/y (G(

./

mI

Frarices E. Webst

Arrhur F.

Roberr

\itnred

Jean

C. Colton

James

Robert M.

It

Collegiati

Big gest Society Lady (G,.

Frarices E. Webs

1

All-aronni

Be,.1 All-aroiimI Alfilele

Frarices E. Webs

Mddred L. Water

It

John

F. Martin

Arthur F.

Popular

Hanley

F. Martin

Berrladl:ne M. Wa

Mo:,1

Original

John

Dor,Dthy L. Cran

Mo,It

Scfiolarly

Henry

M. Cruickshank

James

C. Colron

The resa M. Mata

Bernadine M, Ward

Hope

G, Hindel

Shirley

Nemtzow

F. Marrin

Witliest

John

F. Martin

Mosl Pious

FrankP.Golding

Biggcl

Frances E, Webster

Shirley

John

Nemtzow

Can,; Politician

Biggesl Dra.5 wilh faculty

James

Did Mosl

Jolm

foir College

Katherine H. Abbott

Be,l Dancer

Miss Helen E. Peck

Most

Mrs. Leonard FI. Russ.ell .Mosi Miss Helen E. Peck

Benton H, Rosen

Earl M, Fisher

hispirl ,? Pr/eor

Prof,

PopiiU,rPr/,r

Prof. Robert A. DeWolf

Facully Men'ilier Doing A, 'erage

C, Colton

F, Martin

Age

Mosl

/orCoHe.!(Prof.

George E,

Brooks

Nicholas Alexander

upor1 Graduation 2,Z years ! months


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What sport would you wish to see introduced on intercollegiate basis at Rhode Tsland? Tennis 29; Soccer 21; Wrestlings; Boxing 8; Swimming 6; Golf 4; Fencing 2;

Hockey45; Polo 1. World Mom

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education 4U

upon jour future occupation' ^es41 Arcjoumtivorofscrvmgbeeronthccimpus' \es^)

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thin^ acquiied

Which do you

prefer?

in

^our

Lolkgc

cdueition'

No3fi No 46

Friendship

1

Blondes 29; Brunettes 46; Red Heads 16. College emphasize athletics too strongly?

Does Rhode Island State

Would you favor

having

more

major dances during the

course

2 Poise;

Yes 1; No 79.

of the

college year?

Yes4S;No31.

No 25. Do you favor more or less strict freshman rules? More 60; Less 18. Are you in favor of abolishing all freshman rules? Yes 12; No. 67. Do you think there will be a world war soon? Yes 44; No. 35. If so, what nation will cause it? Japan 22; Italy 17; Germany 12; Great Britain 4. Do you favor

a

dating

bureau. Yes 33; No 40.

THE CRIST


ORGANIZATIONS


THE SACHEMS

HH| i IlJ

-w 1

-1Si T^

i-^ of student affairs

posed

of students

during

the past year. Since its

outstanding

increased its scope of service

to

in

scholarship

the student

founding

in 1932, this

c

organization,

and escra-curricular activities, has

body.

Arthur F. Hanley

Moderator

Mildred L. Waters

Secretary Adviser

Dr. ArthurA. Vehnon

Ailviser

Pbof. Robert A. DfWocf

THE CRIST

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WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

This bodv govetns all activities on th,! campus. The presitige that it carries is anv co-et1. and Its work is altvavs done tvell. Thi: Dean ol Women su

uestioncd by

isiders its

e-Pr,-,i,lent

co-operatic,n

.

very

.

helpful.

.

Ser

M.i

C. McCormick

HA

.

THE CRIST

E.viiLv Xavier


JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS

President

James

Vice-President

Herman A. C.

Treasurer Chairman

D. Wrk

Margaret M. Pol; Martha C. McCorm

Secretary

of Junior

Prom

.

F. Leon.vrd Hibbitts


SOPHOMORE CLASS OEEICERS

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Hjp-^ .-11 President

Joslph 1., S<;o-

Vice-PresiilenI

Rl'tm S.

Secretary

Norma E.

Treasurer-

Sophomore Hap

^^Dana H.

Jamls Chairman

Jikre' Jam

C. Wightm/-

John J. CiiRis"

Conlcy replaced Wightman,

who withdrew from

THE CRIST

college

in Mar


ERESHMAN CLASS OEFICERS

Robert D. Cashm

Marjorie H. Ward Robert E.

Chairman of Freshn,

Elliot, Jr.


THE BEACON

Since 1908 the B,-a,-,>n has been

opinion

successful years.

most

to

The Err.lonan llandlnmi is Edtlo

in-Cf

Mana

in'i Ed

Busim

,s

serving

express itself, '^'ith

for student

of it,

as

an

published

the

sour

ird, the paper had

enlarged

o.

under the supervision of the Beacon Boar .Benton H.Rosen

.Mii

David E, Willis

Wo,m ,'. Ed,

Mildred L. Waters

Sports Edilor

.

THE CRIST

Victor L. Raimck


east hall association

r,l,l

K

Association, largest non-fraternity social group, ivhich was founded ir 19311, continued its scholastic achievements in capturing the Rowell-Schattle Trophy fot East Hall

Ed'ard C. Olse?j

President

Clauoi, E.

Vice-Pre,ident

Tanneu. Jit.

Treasurer

Hakhv R.

Secretary

Harmon P.

James W.

Freshman Moderator

THE CRIST

Jackso.s

Jordan

Easti'ood


PORTIA CLUB

Li

*s

'

The Porrla Club r.

sponsored

women's

debating

The extensive schedule included fretiuent

activities very

successfully during

trips and home debates.

Professor George ^!

THE CRIST

the


THE WRANGLERS

Completing rogram.

its second yc.ir. this group bat1

Groups sptinsored by

thoois in the East. A series of ver

enjoyed by forensic

a

most

successful record

rhe society represenrcd the

rrips

were

taken. and the

college

program

in

in debates ar

home

iiIS sv

was

debating

ilh several the

devot.ees.

Vice-Presidenl

Secretary-Treasurer Adviser

.

.

.

.

.

.

Herman A. C. Aniii

k. ON

Professor George W. BroiJRS

largest


The

college

4.H Club offers excellen

active in the work which

they began

befoi

ities for interested students a

college.

Mr. Lorenzo

Extension Service is adviser of this unit.

.

Waeier S. CoiviN Roland M. Bishoi-

Secrelary-Treasur

.

Program Cfiairma

M. Helen

JA.MES

Charles E. Franklin

THE CRIST

to

keep

Kinney of the


THE AGGIE CLUB

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interests of students enrolled in the one

agricultural

of the m.ajor dances, and among the

most

courses

ol rhe

college.

colorful. In addition

the club has done other interesting work in its Held

during

to

The

Aggie

its social

Rola.nd .M. Bishop

Prcidenl Vice-President

James

D. Wright

Albin B. Forsstrom.

Secretary

Jr.

William F. Lockvcood

Treasurer

THE GRIST

Bawl is

activities,

the past yeat.


OEEICERS' CLUB

All

s

eudents enrolled in the Adva,iced R. O. T. C.

organizati.on. The cadet oflieers sta;?e ann ually the the MilitaivBall.Thel9j6Hallecli|ased al 1 previous ment,

ele.ation of Co-ed M.ijot 3

to

highe r

most

courses

arc

a

dual dance band

title of Co-ed Colonel, and

Scabbard and Blade.

THE CRIST

members

o

colorful social affair of the

dances with

an

public tappi


CHEMISTRY SOCIETY

THE CRIST


RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE BRANCH

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS

^^ijj^i^^^l

vW

The Electrical IJ, er

Engineering Society

became affiliated with the national

organlzar

The Society has served to stimulate active interest in the field, and as a coniaet branches of the Norrheasrern Division of the Ametican Institute of Elec

Chairman

Richard H. Goddard

Vice-chairman

Bvbon W. Saunders Charles M. Shapazian

Secre/erT-Trr^inrrr Counselor

Prolessor Wesley B. Hall

THE GRIST


RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE STUDENT CHAPTER AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS

How .

Howard L. .

.

,

,

.

.

,JR. Gardiner, Jr.

James

E. DeSlsta

Pasco Fraraccio

James

L. Murray

Professor Carroll D. Billmyer Professor Samuel H. Webster

THE CRIST


THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OE MECHANICAL ENGINEERS

STUDENT BRANCH AT RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE

ol the national

:

leal I

engineers

at

society

e.,1 tn,i;ineiriiis

is

lurrher stimulated

Presid nl

rer

Hono

lOT

whose function is

Ki

....

Chairman

Hon,, rv Chairman

.

to

provide

annual and sectional meetings with the Engineeting Council for Professional

Sets ice and the

.

.

.

NNETH

W. Robi

through

M Dari

UT

Kens

Profe SOrCaUUOII 1). BiLLM .DlanRovai L.Wa

.

Hono ary Cliairman

Mr.GeoroeB. Nicii

THE CRIST

lectures


HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

\?-^m

Since 1921 the Home Economics Club his been the

nrollcd in the domestic science .rogram, and

brought

courses.

its members

President Vice-President

Secretary Treasurer Prcram Chairman

During

contacts

organized body

of the

the past year the ckib had

an

with diversified outside interests.

Ruth L, Cogclshall Catherine Dye

Jean

Randall

Marjorie E. Dunn Martha C. McCormick


RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE PLAYERS

Ll-cy I. Rai* l.INGS, Direclor

The Rbode Island State the Dramatic Art year nf the

courses

Players

to

College Pl.iyers represent the

are a

group of

College

under the direction of Lucy I.

Pasco Fraraccio Leopold F. Homnxer

Manager

Managing

selected from students in

Rawlings.

Stage Manager Business

..ctors

in dramatics. 1936 concludes the tenth

Director

Richard E. Wade

THE CRIST


RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE PLAYERS

Scene

from

"Th

Tfirre ,V .fiel,-er,," ; resenled in 19>!

REPERTOIRE Romeo and

Hamlet

Juliet

Little Women

Trelawny'of

The Three Musketeers Camille

Wells

Francesea da Rimini

Romeo and

College

Revue

Juliet

The Patsy

Privy Council Poor Maddalena

The Curtain Rises The Rivals

1936

Othello

Fanclion

THE CRIST


Phi Dl ;ction i

.

In

11

a

Iln

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W

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product under tl

ons

und'

spon

or s

1

group

President

Edward R. Lodge

Vice-President

A. Elizabeth Cashman

Treasurer

William E. Ellis

Secretary

Martha C. McCormick

Business

John R. MacKav

Manager

Technical Director

^

^^^

Waiter A. Higgins

THE CRIST

^-^^-^


DE MOLAY CLUB

The

DeMolay

Club

President

was

organized

for the purpose of

enabling

Treasttrer

Social Chairman

to cor

Howard G. Carlson

Vice-President

Secretary

members

Isaac

CfL\SE, 3rd

Wilson P. Boothroyd

J.

Ravmon'd Payne Paul D. Steen


arn

bv the drum major last fall added

a


BAND PERSONNEL

Mr. T. Clarke Brown, Director Alan B.

Hargreaves, Drum Majo

Edward Z.

Radlo, Manager

George K. Anders'

Harold K. Hic

Joseph

Bardaczew

William C. Hr

Victor

J.

Baxt

Dudley F. Hot

Charles O. Beasli

Harry R.

Da:

W. Arthur

Cari

L

Joseph

Jack Jo"

Chavt

Walter S. Co WiLERED D. David

John M.Mai

DoivALD

J.

J.

Emery

one

Louis O'Hara

Lloyd C. Enclawd

James

E. Furlong

Arthur E. Plckh.

Edtard M. Glass

Russell G. Pierce

Roger Gould

Edward Z. Radlo

Frank Hallett

DAvro A. Shappe

Alan B. Hargreaveii

Chase R. Sherma>

Harry G. Havnes

Michael B. Sulima

Loring F. Havward

Claude E. Tanner

Alton Thomas

Charles P. Henry Morris Yarock


MEN'S GLEE CLUB

If

V!, bounded in 1892-33 us.

as

the Glee-Banjo Club, this organization is the oldest

on

the

The club reprL'senis i!ie .ollc-c in ihe New England Collegiate contests that are Under ihc- J.r.'cn.in ,.t Pnifesn^r lee C. McCauley, the Glee Club made

)icnnially.

ll successful

perf.-m,m.-.s dunnK

ihc scliool

vear.

William A, Reid

Manager Business

Wn.LiAaM H. Booth

Manager

Publicity Manager Assisiani

C. Richard Coggins

Publicity Manager

Librarian

Alan G. C. White

Vladimer G. Shutak.

Direclor

Lee C. McCauley

THE CRIST


WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB

The Women's Glee Club has studied class voice methods and desirable for women's voices.

They

a

program of

soi

have sung programs for various clubs in the St; presented the light opera "H.M.S. Pinafor

and in collaboration with the Men's Glee Club

During

by the

Music

Week,

in

May, "Plan

on a

Summer's Day,"

a c.intata

by BHss,

was

presen

Club.

Eloise M. Bills

Manager Business

Angelina M. Trovato

Manager

Ruth S.

Publicity Manager

Jerrett

Librarian

Eileen A. Miller

Director

Lee C. McCauley

THE CRIST


A CAPELLA CHOIR

The A Cape la choir is Glee Clubs. This

by the choir

,

range

roup had

composed

as

from the

of the mi ed

their major

Polyphonic

product

school

to

on

voices

of

he Men's

a

"H.M.S. Pi afore." The

lodern compos tions.

THE CRIST


THE ORCEIESTRA

During

the past ye ar the Orehcsrra gave several successful

ion of Professor Le

Mana

er

Business

C,

.

.

,

.

,

.

.

Librarian

.

Secretary

.

un

A.RAHAM PlESBCHOW Harry R,

Manager

Publicily Manage

performances

McCauley,

Howard L,

Jackson

Gardiner, Jr.

Alfred F. DiPrete .

,

.

Jean J. Bonjour


THE AGGIE BAWL

Thl Gymnasium

October 11,

Edward F.

Palrons BvRON M. Young

193 5

Wilcox, Cha.

Ticfiels Wilfred W. d'En

David N. Warren

Daisy I. Kettelle Gerald

J.

Mullen

Hilda M. Morfy


SOPHOMORE HOP

Ham.mond Hall

DeMmber 6, 193

S

John J. Christy, Cha,

M. Helen

James, Ciii.

Publicity Wii,LiA,yi O. Krohn

E.

Eleanor F. Gammoni

llUI.IKKK WusoN.

uoris

Jr.

ai.

algren

iKVINI.H.FoUVtlUMINY.jR. Decoralions

Carl C. Morrill

Jamis Programs

Wii

a.

i ri d

Dolan.C/w, D. David

Joseph J. Rinoski. Chairman

Virginia A. Post

James L. Hammett

Emily Xavier

Katherine W. Campbell

Frank Ryan

THE CRIST


THE MILITARY BALL

Thf Gy.mn-asiu.vi

February

21, 1936

John Fl. Stowell, C/jii, Tiefiels and Program,

IH

.

RoilllLICK

Fram

,. .

L. ,\1, ,\LOf

Fronci

Jo.iti D. Hanley

L. Smiti

jAMl s H. Murray

COMMENCEMENT BALL The Gymnasiu.m

.June 10, John

H.

193S

Stowell, Chairman

CHARD

A. Ta'

Refresfimenl

THE CRIST


JUNIOR PROMENADE

Providence Biltmore Hotel

May

7, 1936

F. Leonard Hiubitts, Chair

.

.

R.

MacKay, Chai

Elizabeth Ca;

Frederic C. McCari Elizabeth O. Town Rouert M. Mudge

Publicity Ernest M.

John J.

Casey

Magee, Chairman Foster Aaron


ADVERTISEMENTS


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Instruction

Collegiate

to

Residents of Rhode Island who Present Fifteen Units of

High School Work

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Sincere to

Compliments

the CLASS

of

1936

VAN DALE Class

Photographers

Photographic Portraits, Paintings, Etchings, Minamrcs, Pastels. Home, Studio, School and Commercial

Photography.


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THE CLASS OF 1939


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of the Qrist

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electric motors industri.al wiring

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Compliments of

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STORES R. I.

Providence,

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Savings Accounts Solicited

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Testing

Tools

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and HOBS Mills Slitting SawsWorm and Spur Gear Hobs

Milling Cutters End Gear Cutters

ARBORS.

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