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GRIST PUBLISHED

THE BY

THE

CLASS

OF

1937

RHODE ISLAND

STATE COLLEGE


Foreword T N (he lo-morrows ihai will com,., when all our to-,li>vs will lm^, berme i our yraterclavs, ll.oro will l. n lim- lo lurn l-,rl.wi,r,h I., ih,- niemorip, which constitute ll,<-,.nlv \'..,:..\...- I,,n l. Il ,.,,h,oI l.,..,l,.,L ,.l ll... ( .iu>,..,Within the pau,- ..t llii-, iL. (Ih,k -.-..rll. ...\ n.li, l oc l ih,caplured and impris,,,,,-,! ll,.. ,, lui.s .,n,l |., l,n (our year.s known lo you as Coilpje! May this volume talc its place with llie Ram as ihe symbol of whal 1937 has ineani to llie College and lo you. ,


GRIST BOARD ASSOCIATE STAFF M.VKTU.V McCoHMICK l<,U.PH T,>OLE

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BOARD of REGENTS

Robert E. QuiNN. C(iairm.L Gonernor.

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R.^VMOND E. Jordan, tieulcant Goi.emor.

Edmund W. Flvnn. Cfiief ;slice,

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W'esI Warwick

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officio

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Pro,acience

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Providence

J,\MES F. Rocket. .Secrclorv. Director of EJucnlion.

Woonsocket

e^-officio

Miss Makc-.aket Shove .Morris. Dco,Pc,f.rofce

JoiinE.Me,vde. A(umni,ncmi,cr

Harold Q. Moore, A/umni member

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Providence

Providence

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Mlss Mary M. Lee

Providence

Miss Edna L. Kroener

Wakefield


Dedication THIS. THE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SEVEN GRIST. IS DEDICATED TO THREE OF THE YOUNGER MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY. MRS. JOSEPHINE L.

RUSSELL, DR. ARTHUR A. VERNON. AND PROFESSOR GEORGE E. BROOKS. THEY

HAVE WON OUR INSPECT AND ADMI RATION BECAUSE OF THEIR UNTIRING EFFORTS IN THEIR PARTICULAR FIELDS AND THEIR ACTIVE INTEREST IN THE WELFARE OF THE STUDENTS.


Dr. Artulr a. \


CLASS ADVISER'S MESSAGE ro

mn ci.'vss of lojr:

.losEEHiNE I.. Russell


CLASS ADVISER

Mrs. JosepmineI.. Russell. Admser

lo

the Class of

1937


TABLE of CONTENTS

THE COLLEGE FACULTY STUDENT BODY ATHLETICS SOCIAL GROUPS FEATURES ACTIVITIES

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for luui v.-sii- II i.iu leave with an improved ahihty to estimate values and soU.. |,H.I.I,.. >o have gained all that a college course can give you; if vou b,u.' ll,nr,i sliill and lame in athletics, for instance, you have done inoic ihaii luJI listen half-heartedlv to tile instructions of a coach; it you have learned the fine art of living long associated with higher education. you have applied vourself to tlie lasL Neither a college education nor any worthwhile by-product of il comes hy passive acquiescence. You must participate if you would have the benefits ol achievenient. Each one of you has been in contact with the things at college tliat respond to your own nature. Now, at graduation, your view of Alma Mater is, to a great extent, a photograph of yourself. I hope it is a very happy like Good luck ness and one that you will enjoy looking at from time to lime. and bon voyage to you. Raymond G. Bressler, President

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of

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1894 ;

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Dean of

1934,

Elijah Gu.t.

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Mc Miner ^ niversit V,

of Toronto;

LieuiU-nant, Cjnadian

Infaniry and Briii.h Ply insCor[.5, 1916 -20; M.A., McMaster, 1920; Instructor, Gcncrai Science and Biology, Brandon College, Can.idj; University of Chjca-o Sumnii-r School, 1920-2.1; Post-Graduatc Study, Fellowship, University of Cluc.igo, 1925-24; Tellowship. Boycc Thompson In.siicutc for Pla.n Research, Yonkcrs, 1924-2?; Ph.D., Uni versity of Chicago, 1925; Appointed to Rhode Island Agriculture- Experl-


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Profrtior of Asmiiowy

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of Depnlm.nl of

Haiti

Imtmlry

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B,S., Pennsylvania Slate College, 1923; M,S Kansas

John Eveiiitt

Profaior of )

L,ai

(tory llmba

X, .A Z; B,S,, New HampLltire Stale Clilleee,

Agricultural College.


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n^ulture. Bureau of Plant

Industry,

Il-.c, 1921-26; M,S,. Colorado Stale

1923; Instruc1926;

College.

tetsiiv. 1926.33; Ph.D., Cornell University, 1932; :;ricurture. 1935-36; Appointed Associate Research

"and Landscape Gardening,

1936.

Everett Percy Christopher

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University

of

Matni

Agronomv, Rhode Island State College, seciaiist in Agronomv, 1925; Assistant Professor of M.S., Rhode Island State College. 193 1; American I Instructor in

Socety

of

Agronomi,

George Be.n.iami,-^ Du;

Universitv of

Wis

Horticulture. Rhode

Crawford Peckham Hai

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Veterans' Bureau. Boston, Mass,. 1920-26; Appointed Instructor in Poul'.andry and Speciahst in Extension Service, 1926; Graduate NJCork "

John

Paee Deeap

llu.banity State

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Universitv, 1931;

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Rkode


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A.mlanI i,

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Unitersity

tutor in

Prof.s^.jiol

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Horn, l,,to,f?u.

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Clothing Specialist,

195(

Certificate in Institutional

Siniiii,,,,,

Management,

CoikLtL,

1924;

B.S..

College, 1930; Instructor, Institutional Manaeemeni, Simmons College, 1930-34; Director o( Home Economics Depanineiu, Stratford College, Danvdie. Va., 1934-3 3; Appointed Instructor in Institutional Management. Rhode Island State College. 1953. Simmons

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William

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Agricuiiural

B,S.. Ohio Sij

James

Tudi

ixonomic.s. 1935.


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School of

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Carburetor Research.

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Instructor in

1916 192 1

Assistant Pto-

Appointed

Professor of

Igor Ivan Siro:

Aaocialr

Profcisor of Physios

X, III Ix *. X. E. i; X, r A; B.S.. University of Arizona. 1926; Assistant in Physics. University of Illinois, 1926-29; M.S., Illinois, 1928; Ph.D.. Columbia. 1930; Insttuctor in Physics. Columbia, 1930-36; American

A

Physical Society;

American

Associate Professor of

Association of

Physics,

Physk Teachers; Appointed

1936.

TllOXlAS Steph

rial.

Professor of Ch.routlE,,:

Professor of Chemical Engineering,


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Mathe U.S., Nesv Hampshire State College, 1910; Appointed Instructor of Professor in matics, Rhode Island State College, 1910; Appointed Assistant Marhematics. 1917; R. 1. Mathematics Teachers' Association. 1913-32, President 1921-24; Presidcnr, R. I. Branch, University of Nesv Hampshire

Asslstal

Professor of Mechmie,,! Engmeering

(I>; B. E. E., Northeastern University, 1922; S.M. in Assistant Instructor in Physics, Northeastern Univ

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E.E., M.I.I

in Mechar Drawing, Northeastern, 1921-22; urapmcs Em^ineering, Northeastern, 1922-23; Instructor Mechanfcal Engineering, Tufts, 1923-24; Instructor in Descriptive Geom Appointe Noi

Instruccor in

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Assisttnl

Professor

of

Professor of aril Engineering andSufn-rimlendalofCoitslniclion

1910; B.S X, O K ; Graduate, Shepard College, State Normal School, N, and W. Railroad, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1914; Draftsman,

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1914-16- Instructor of

Mechanical Engineering, Throop College (nosv

Institute of Technology), 1916-18; 2nd Lieutenant Infantry, and Machine S Army 1918-19- Sales Engineer, Worthington Pump Atlas Portland Cement Company, 1919; Designer and Assistant Engineer, of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Company 1919-20; Assistant Professor

California U

Atlas Portland School of Technology, 1920-24; Construction Engineer,


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Engmee.

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ROBINSON PERRY GOUGH AssislanI Inslnirl.n

Sharpe, Providence, Co.. Bridgeport. Conn..

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ArmsCo.. Bridgeport. Conn.. 191(,' ..:' Steel and Ordnance Co., Waskingi,.i,, U . Storms Drop Forging Co., Springfield. Mass.; .3ppointeL t.ir in Shop Work, Rhode Island State College, 1936. .

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FRSNK WlLEIAM Ke,

Direelor

of Allilelie..

n.l Prof.-ssor ol M.yv.al EJ,u

Instructor in Science J.' R.I.. 1912-17; liislruLl.,; 1917-20;

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Appointed

UireLt<,i

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ImlImil!,.'!

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Rhode Island State College. 1921; Professor of I'liisical Educai


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I theiLULS Ckrk

l.iighsh Dei rtinent, .Nebraska

'Js'esleyan University.

Rhetoric and Composition. 1912; ProHistory and Political

921; Professor of

Waite In

Joseph

Professor of Chernislry \. K

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P. A T r, '|. K 1); A.B., Brown, 1902; M,A,. Brosvn, 1904; Instructor Cdiemistry, Brown, 1902-04; Instructor in Chemistry, Denison Univer

sity. 1904.03;

Demonstratot of

Chemistry, McGill Universitv. 1903-08;

Professor of 1908-19;

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Agricultural Chemisttv. North Dakota Agriculcural College, Agricultural Chemist, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment

Station, 1908-19; Appointed Professsor of Chemistty, Rhode Island State

College.

1919.

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1914

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in in

nutans

sin.

1920,

ol

16. MS \s

Untsctsiu of

iseonsin.

Umsersits of *

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1916-17

iscimsin.

1919-

Professor of Botany,


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MiniUM.ii, Instructor

ftachers

Appointed

Prolcssor ol Fd

FntDi'RJcK Dki.mont Tootf.i.

Al

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Profcswr of Pbysinti

Colk-ge.

1923:

Ed,i

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Mind State College. liLpiitmem oi iLonomin Rhode Island State Economics. Rhode Island St ite College. Summer 1 liLidL

II

spomiLO HluI ol 9,1,. Instructor in 19 14.

FxecutiscCom

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American Economic Association.

American

.\cademi

of

and Social Sciences. Academy of Pohticil Science, lorcign Policy

FRANCIS PITCHER ALLEN

!<; Ass

of

Bit

...phy

0 A X; A.B.. Amherst

College. 1926; B.S.. Colunihia Universitv School Library Administration, 1929; M.A. in Library Administration. Univcrsi Michigan, 1933; Assistant in Rochester, N.Y., Public Library, 1927-2

of

Assistant Librarian, Cornell, 1929-30; Librarian of Universitv Museu and Natural History Libraries. University of Michigan. 1930-36'.

MABEL DEWITT ELDRED

.S., Rhode Island State College, 1893; Appointed Instructor in Free Hand Student, Chase School of Art, New York, 1898-1900; Research Work in of 1923; Student of Medieval Architi

European

Art Museums

HERBERT MARTIN EMERY

,;/

anil

Professor of TAiohgy

Geology

S.. Massachusetts State College, 1920; Graduate Work, ; Cornell, 1922; Brosvn, 1929-30-31; Boston Univerin Botany, Massachusetts State College, 1920-21; ,v and Geology, Universitv of New Hampshire, 1921it

etts

State

College,

1928:

Appointed

926; Assistant I'rulessor nf

Zoology

Instructor in Zo-

and

Geology,

1927.


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Herbert M, Ho

Mabi-lEespethDick;

/ULr/Pr<,/c,,.,r;B,,L,r,L,l,/, of aia,

Education, Colum'bia.'l 926;'all, 1926-29;

aAppointed

r

Assisltnl

Instrucroi

u

Abee De'311'olf

Professor of Zoology

T, 'll H A, .p Z S; B.S.. Norwich Universitv. 1927; M.S.. .^Jorwich. 193 0; Graduate Student. Btown University, 1930-3 1 ; Instructor in Biology, Norwich, 1928-30; Appointed Instructor in Zoologv, Rhode Island State

1 Z

College,

1930; Assistant Professor of

Zoology.

1936.


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B Q Franr LrstiE Ho

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i. n Iv III; National Kesearch Fellotv; B.S.. Oregon State

923; Ph.D., State Universitv of Iowa. 1930; Universitv of CaliiLitiaie School of Subtropical Horticulture, Summer, 1924; Grad111 111, Ltsitt

s.

H

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\.L,.iant,Cornell University, 1923-28; ResearchAssistant, 1,1

lua, 1928-30; National Research Fellow in the BiologiUniversity. 1930-32; Instructor in Botany, 1932.

I larvard

A.B., Princeton Univcrsitv, 1918; United States Armv, I'iek

France. 1918.19; Insttuctot. Hambutg

Appointed

Instructor in

English,

High School.

Rhode Island State

New

fei

College,

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^risi liiilriiclor in

MoJern I.jingiiage

Elizabeth Wphsti-r Christoph

A.i'.., lirown UiuyiTsiiv, i<)2^; Ps^khi.irric Socuil Work, New

Hamp.shlre I'J2l-:-: Appointed Insirocior l-ii';lish and Psychology, College. 1927; M.A., Bro-n-n University, 1930; Graduate Psychology, Cornell Universitv, 1932-33. Graduate Work, Brov/n University, 1936-37.

St.uc

llospicil.

.n

Rhode Island State

^

Work in

R,\Lrii KiMiiAii. Carli

l,nfi,irfornU;a>.-rjaMston University, 1919; .M.A., sirv and Head of Department, misery, George Peabody Cot-

;ral

JosFrHiNr

Chemistry,

Rhode Island

I.,-,.. Ru

hk Pl.SldkO

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Ih^iene Brwnt Colh


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V: Northwestern Univcrsitv. School of Music; Cincinnati College of Music ; Teachers College, CI iimbia University. Summer, 1926; B.P.S.M.M., IiiLkiii.i tlniveiLiU, l')2Li; In.li.ina Universitv, Summer School, 1921 and iv:... s|,LrLi.,.i SlIi ..:. ...,< Ill

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Mu.iL.

iinaiLn

Iipitm High School, Crawfordsville Hi.gh

Hicli School, Indiana; Supervisor in North

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Osborn. Henry Clay. Jr,

Jablecki. Leon Matthew

Pierce, Russell Joseph

Johnson, David Randolph

Rosenvik, Carl Oscar

Johnson, F.dward Andrew

Seullen, Allen Richard

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Lovejoy, Lewis Bedlord

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Turndahl, Herberl Theodore

Moberg. Richard .loseph

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FOOTBALL BASKETBALL

TRACK BASEBALL FROSH SPORTS CO-ED SPORTS RIFLE TEAMS

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teams have long been noted for iheir aggressive repented triumphs in contests in which thev were not Coach Keanev's and. In facl. the whole coaching staffs athletic philosophy is admirably summed up in the slatement which many have heard the head coai-h n,ake Iron, li,,,,- lo lime. Any Rhode Island State athlete can tell ol the

never-say-die favored

spirit and their

to win.

on v 1,1. I. k., ii.is stood up before his squad, whether 11 be one In foothall, baskelldl, 11, I Ii.ill ,i,| cried in his inimilable m.anner, "Oh what fun it is to be the un,l,.,,l,i, ,iil 1 In that one forceful .sentence Is eniho.IleJ ihc spiril of

oc,-asions

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the college, uol nnlv in alhlelics but in all a,liiili,-- 1' -ni.nl lln mil .ni.l his liravvn wilh a calculating b,ai I k,,,,- 1 , lln .lil, ,,1 |il.ii llic bead coach impre.s.sed ,m his men. He liini-.H 1,-,l l.,i In- lialllinv 1 in methods of alla,k and in making substitulioni \ i,l.-i li.is ,ilil,,ci k, saved mam a game by timely substitutions when his -lailliic pkn. n liniinl il ,llfficnll overcome

to

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team and thai all the plavers on the teams mii<l In In n, ,ll,i.l plusiial con dition ready lo phvy al any lime. The Rams are inviniahli in l-ll,.r dilion ihan their opponents and win many a game hom sl,ose, lean.s l,v wearing tltein down. ,

win

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The infectious spirit has spread lo Coa, 1, Toolells lra,-k tones, thev thrive on it, it, and do not give up in discouragement when ihey lose by it. The track coach established reputation of refusing to pick easy opponents lor his up and coming

by an

lose a closely fought battle wilh a strong opponent than it is to win easilv from a weaker one. The surprising fact is that the track teams are begi,, g 1 nin .m-r these apparently superior teams. In fact, outstanding examples ol 1, kli.nic klaml has overcome the odds to win are in evidence in all the sports of ih,. i i.n I ,il,- iI.i.Ih in football, last minute scoring rallies in basketball, daring base .,l,liB i l,s,l,ll, and heroic finishing sprints in track have given the Ram teams many a vicloty. .

As far

as aclmd numerical resulls are concerned, Rhode Island has had one ol its successbtl years. Counting last year's baseball and track seasons, Rhode Island 43 ol Its 60 contests In football, ba.skelball. baseball, track, cross country, and indoor tr.,ck. State is proudly able to boast of two Olympic representatives, a New England championship cross coonin- team, an all-around championship basketball team, a record breaking relay team, and victories over Providence College in lootball. basketball, and baseball. The Providence College victories are noteworthy feathers In Rhode Island's cap. for they break a long string of defeats by the neighboring

most

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Such then is the Keanev svstem whi,:li has met will, such g,eal success, espe oulsmarl stronger teams, to wear ihem down wilh liaiiied stamina. derive ifie greatest possible iidvanlages Iron, an opening: thes,. are ihe cardinal principles of the lype of athletics taught lo Rhode Island Slate College students.

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BASKirrBALI.

BASEBAU

OI'TDOOR TRACk

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TOOTELL TESTIMONL^L

Because Dr. Bressler hailed Coach Toolell as an "ace in our physical trniniua A.,,ociale,l Press sports-wriler praised ihe work of Toolell: becanse Henrv Drever, world recor,l holder of ihe 33 pound weiht throw acclaimed Fred Toolell as his idol: because Grantland Rice, sports commentator suggested that the Olnnpic commiltee select the entire hammer throwing n"orcga. lion olTootell's: becan.se of his remarkable 1 1 vears' coa, hing re,ord at Rhorle bland: because the 1937 Senior class selected him as the lacnllv member having done the most for the ,-ollege: because he placed two of hi, proteges on the 1036 Ok ,|,ii l,a. k team thereby ranking Rhode Island wilh Southern Calilornia and l,l I. :,., of countless other reasons, the Alumni Association of Rhotle klaml -: M, gathered in the main ballroom of the Narragans,.il Hotel in Pro, i I, evening. Februan 12, 1037 lo honor CoacI, Tootell and acknowle,l.- li n tion for his services to our college.

department", because Alan Gonl.l,

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with Northeaslern. played al Boslon, was llie liisl one evei lo be played at night by a R, I, Slale football team, Jav Hart, coplaln of the opposing learn and Bob Mudge performed in spectacular fashion lo give ifie criiwil ol 4300 an evcittng evening. In ihe opening period. Jim Wrighl ...,;l I,,,,, Inlown afler Messina and Madge had lombined will, film to adia,,,,. ll,e I,., II \ i,..,sie,n out played the Ram, from this poini lo ibe beginning ol ifi, l.i,l ,|, ,, .,rliig hvo touchdowns and a field goal to give litem 15 ,,oii,ls. Will, !, hpical lale rallv tactics, Rhode Island valiantly tried lo overcome ihe lead In ihe last period, Allfiougfi another touchdown was made on an end run hy Mn.lge, the learn was unable to score game

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to play, the Rams were leading 38-35. Chet J.aworski was carelullv d,ihblig near the center of the court in an effoil lo slall until ihe game'ended bal ol lln- 'lii li Pan,, 1 ,.,l hln, 1 pass l,v rowdlng him lowards I I 1, I llie hall allenipled a shot at the line. The pas, i,.. t : ' I kli.,,,,,1 hands of a Tech man basketand missed. Tin I : I I .Im, ,, llie lloo, lo ,st ore and Liii,, who immedlatelv thi I l,-!,.,,- ifi.- e,m i .If lo end the game. then on the ensiling la Thus, the game endeii i- i,s lor the lsl ol Rhode Islands ihree defcols.

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Ensfund First, Dreyer, 168'; Second. Favor: Third. Rowe

Hammer:

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1936 VARSITY TRACK

1 1 1 0

111 1 1 1 1

1

1

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TEAM


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SUMMARY OF X'ARSITY CROSS COUNTRY SEASON

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ihal ihe Ram, left little ilonbt

a,

lo

a,|.lli lln k,ii,|, di Innli k pii,..llhal

Bill Eckhart. a ilranae, 1,, ,llan,, nne 1,I l,,l 1,1 I 11 ,,,l himself the .'onsistent Nun, 1, 1 ,., .,1 lli. li .mi likliaili, luei ullli. I.nii .lii.d ni,.e|,

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an

Will, lakfiarl impravlng a

powerful

liam

se.mis

likely

.v,,,

next

vear

fall.

i,

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aud Andrews the oulv loss bv graduation.


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1936 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY

SCORES Rlnitle Island

18

Coast Guard Act

Rhode Island

21

New

Rhode Islan.l

25

Northeastern

Rhode Island

23

Connedi,,,!

Hampshire .

.

place. New England Inlercollegial,. CI,a,pio 6th place. National Inter, ollegiate Championshii 1st

iSiaw9^JgMU3_?^;::Si.;jLJ


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1937 VARSITY

SSII

l.^>l

RELAY TEAM

W 'V-'' V^l

R%

'MiB

Lilll.C.,lcMo, ,11.

Dana

m

Conley. Allred Hoi,, tokn H,nes, |-,ak

LonI

Although greatly handica pped by bad luck all season, the 1037 relay team set a new mile relay record of 3 mi ne of the leading teams in the East. Out of eight meets. Rhode Island won only two bu of the others, the quartet ran a n. Fordkam. Manhattan. Holy Cross. and Boston College were among the Rams' op ponenls ihe performance of the team vas actuallv far superior lo whal ihe season s recorti showed. When no unlucky n ishaps inteivened. the leant consistently under 3 Liking was the lad ihol five men. Carle Mor ill. .lolm Hines, Dana Conley, Stan Ho I. aud Frank Lord, were all able lo run a quart ran

31

seconds

or

less. Morrill,

in

est lime

of the year. Ed Singsen set a new pol vault record and Bill Rowe and Irving Falsivartsbny combined to win various weight throwing honors throughout llie season. SEASON'S RECORD OF RELAY RACES Prout Game.: Firsl. Rhode Island. 3:26: Second. N.Y.U.: Third. Wesleyan: R. 1. team: Hines. Holt. Conley. Morrill Milrosc Gomes; First. Boslon College. 3:23.3. Second. Rhode Island. 3:23.7; Third Georgetown; Fonrlh. Si. John's. R. I. team; Hines. Holl. Conley. Lord Boslon A.A.: First. Manhattan. 3:23.4: Second. Rhoile Island. 3:23.7; Third, Colgate; R. I. team; Hines. Holl. Conley. Lor,I N.Y.A.C. Games; First. Boslon College. i,23.5: Second. Rhode Island, 3:23.6; Third. Colgate: R. I. team: Hines. Holl, Conley, Morrill Senior A.A.U. (1600 meter relay) : Firsl. N. Y. Curb E.xchange; Second. Holy Cross; Third, Rhode Island; R, I, team; Hines, Holl, Lord, Monill ii.A.U. (1600 meter relay); Firsl. Rhode Island. 3:33. In, lird. Boston University; Fourth. Boston Y; R. I. team: l.C.A.A.,\.A.: Firsl, Colgate; Second, Dartmouth; Third. Harvard; Fourth. Rhode Island: R. I, leam Hines. Holl. Conlev. Morrill /C C. Games; F'irsl, Fordfiam, 3:22.7; Second. Rfiode Island. 3:23; Third. St. John's Morrill arlh. N. Y. U.; R. I. leam: I loll. :

HineiConley,


BASEBALL


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BASEBALL TEAM

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1936

RHODE ISLAND 5, BO.STON UNfVERSITY

RHODE ISL^ND 10. NORTHEASTERN

RHODE ISI..\ND 22. ARNOLD

2

5

I

BROWN 4, RFIODE ISl-AND 2 I failed as an oulslauding alhlellc event in the spring sports season of the State. the Brown-Rhode Island game was featured bv good play on both sirles. Brown made nine hits and Rhode Island eight bul the Providence team bunched theirs much more effectively than the Rams. Gu, Dolan tlrove in one of State's runs with a long double.

RIIODi; ISI AND 10. MAINE 2

Again Dolan aided ll>e "breather" for R. I. an,l

many

in

I, .

ol ifie

llnii deleal of Maine will, his

squad

saw

PROXTDENCE COLLEGE

7.

llmely hitttng,

acUon.

RHODE ISLAND

3

On the list ol "heart-breaking" losses, the defeat of ihe Ram by P. C. stands For seven innings. Rhode Island held a 5-0 lead but In the eighth, the Friars launched one ol their famed batting attacks lo s,a,re 7 runs and win ihe game.

high.

RHODE ISLAND 3. WORCE.STER TI-X'H

RHODE ISL.\ND Led bv Ted Pascoe who hit

a

8.

home

CONNECTICLFT run,

the

team

made

0

2 a

total of

14

hits

in


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BASEBALL

H0L1' CROSS 0. RHODE ISL'\ND 0 Six Ram

in the eighth inning gave Holv Cross a decided victory over a hapless Unttl the unluckv inning, the team had played extremelv well in holding

runs

team.

the Crusaders

to 2

rtms.

RHODE ISLAND 0. URSULA

a

4

Marlin and Mudge proved ihe mainstavs ol the team in defeating Upsula. Il was six run scoring spree in the sixth inning which provided the major part of the score. BOSTON LTNIVERSITY 0. RHODE ISLAND

3

RHODE ISLAND 6. TUFTS 2

RHODE ISLAND to. NORTHEASTERN 0 So closely fought that il took 1 1 innings for R. I. lo win. the return game with Northeaslern was a nip and luck affair all the way. d'Eulremonl's stamina in a relief role coupled with the good hitting ol the entire leam finally decided the game. HOLY CROSS 5. RHODE ISLAND 2

CONNECTICUT 4. RHODE ISLAND 0

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FROSH SPORTS


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Freshmen

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7 21 .

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FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY

1936

Allhongl, I.elow lln harriers improveil

as

ihe

surprisinglv well to finkl, T,.dClarke, lorm,., hi Oll.rs ifie ..,la,l .

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llm M

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Kowallk. Ilual,.,,,. au,l \i.-

SCORF.S R. I. I-resfimen

.

31

W..,l..rb High Si hool

R, I. Freshmen

,

,

,

.

42

N..., Il.inip.liii, I'm,

R, I. Freshmen

.

,

,

.

36

Nmlli.-n,le,ii la cliimii

R. I, Freshmen

,

,

.

34

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32

(,.,

.

24

v

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Fre.hmen

R. I. I'r,.,l,men

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England I',, .1

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11

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ihe

1937

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l.,i,

.1

FRESHMAN RELAY

ling in ihiee meets,

Comp, Clad:,

a

Rhode Island Freshman mile relay

\lal,lni nnd Cn.Itly, won II,. I, ,1.1 n,,od time ol 3 ,

,1, .1 lln

:

I,

one

race,

pla,e,l .n,l

..,

in

lliat the

Edward Thomp.son

team

ran on

the

could

not

leam in

In.l

1,1

helle, lln

nne

ol the

i

1

n

1, linn

l

leam

of Senecal,

a,ilfi.., an.l ihird

in

I,

minutes ],i.:i

by the Fro.sh ill llni, ,.,lflheseason.compelili ,1

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In

i,l 5 1 ,...i,nd i ', .niMlemorial ,>,-,l 1, ,.1 a lime ,

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ol lln- fil

.,4.

meets.

SEASON'S RECORD Proul Memoriaf Conies; R. 1. Freshmen defealed New

Tails Freshmen. Time; 3

min. 36,2

Hampshire Freshmen and

s,.c,

H.A.A. Ga,es; Northeaslern Freshmen defealed R, f. Freshmen New I

(second place).

lampshlre Freshmen, and M,I,T, Freshmen,

;,iior rV,A,(;.,-Tufts Varsity defeated Norlheastern Freshmen and R, I, Freshmen

(third place)


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1936 FRESHM,\N

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BASEBALL AND TRACK

In order lo make our lisl of athleli, ev. hman baseball nnd trark. As nearly a ve have been inrluded, Tfie hasebnjl lean

r,..

,,i.n,l,.file.l

In

fiv...liil

meets.

R. I. Fresh

Boston Univ. Freshmen

R. I. F,e,li

Warwi,Hli.jh School Prov. Colleg,. Freshmen

R, I. Frcli

.

.

R, I, Flash

Pr,w. Clfi.ge Freshmen

R, I, Fn-h R, I, F..l,

R, I. Fre,|, R, I, l'.,h R. I. F,e,l,

I lliel, S. hool (Pi.

C

R. 1. Fresh R. 1. Fnsh R. 1. Fresh R. I. Fresh R. I. Fresh

R

.

R.

.

R.

.

R R.

.

Freshmen Freshmen Fre,l,F,e,l,n.n f-r,.,len

.

110

.

.

06

.

.

,

,

,

125

.

,

,

,

,

We lerly 1 lit h School Bros n Fn.,li

81

102%

,

1 lis.

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THE COACHING STAFF

Thi, vear. under Josephine Lees Russell. wn,e's alhlellc. surpassed all previm,. isible for iulro.lu, ing women's fiel.l ho, kei nl khnd,. recorti,, Mrs, Russell wa, t, Islan.l Slale Cnllege ami ll.n- eulliusiasm has ,arri,-d v,a lo ll. ,l,l,l kmli, iiiilil

In a,l,filion lo Field I lockey, Mrs, Russell also coaches Women's Basketball, which hk,. Ihe hockey team had an unusually su.cessful season remaining undefi.aled. Miss Vera Rock, '33, assisted Mrs, Russell

in

coaching both

ol ihe sports.


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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Th s group governs W om athletes at d managers 1 all I determ n d 1 > this body Re i lean fo r years on the sq rad ^bs J

seph

ne

Lees Ru

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1

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ON

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II

ill

ll

year on

tp of vealcr

r

oraiars ars

li

I

SWEVIEks InE

EEvMKeL Em

1

1

lone, ear

XIrOReDuNN \

made

ll

, 11

I |

WEVREks Ol

rtRRDE(.OOPR

il

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to

ES

REWnao

r

O/Jioer. of the Organisation Elsie J. Brindle Emilv Xavier fjLLiE J. Atkinson

-

PresirlenI

Vice-President

Seerelary-rreost.rer

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SCHEDLILE Rfiode Rhode Rhode Rhode

Isla nd Isla nd Isla nd Isla nd Rhode Isla nd Rhode Isla nd Rhode Isla nd

.

.

.

3

.

.

2

.

3

Conneclicul Sla e New York Unive Connecticut Sta

.

TOTALS

Rhode Isl, nd

.

17

College

,

^College :

Opponents

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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM

"UnAoUaloA"

SCORES Rhoil 1,1 ,nd RInal 1,1 ,ud Rhod 1,1 ind Rhod 1,1 ,nd Rll 1,1 ,nd Rfi,al Maud R 1,0,1 Mind RInal Isl ,n,l K 1,0,1 Isl ,nd Rfio,l 1,1 ,nd Rfi,l 1,1 ,nd

30

Ea,l Slro udsberg Providen eY W C A

"IS

Pos,e N,

iO

sen

,3

Providen eY WC Jt

20

Connicl, I Ipsala

''S

ul

State

ul

Si

Pan/, r Pembrnk,

a| 30

Conn, , I, P. \,

26 20

"sal

,1,

sen

,_,

TOTAL POINTS 310

0

Is.

Gr;e O'Con ^fa^a oer


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SUCCESSFUL SEASON

1936-1937 A

Coll,." lln,

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Im, Iniii 111..

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was

good pnl.li,

ll i, inlerisling

I he

a

a

great

slnel.-

e

,

.illigi.

whl.fi ihe Co-.ar, |-lelil ll.nk..,

|'i".i"|',l lVilii''|'i\.ri,|' l',a'i','i'e'|i'll'i.-V,!o''', hfs!

.i,

i.ill

,i,

ll,.,l ihe hid

r,a

fin ihi

Iciin

In- Mm

.ai

w.

l^mily Xavier.

annual .\maz.,u ga,e belw.eu ihe ,al.-.l. ol .,.. will, lln- , leam aud the hov's loolball lean, which iilways furnishes the speclalors deal ol Inn.

,.a,.,

girl's l,o.kev wilh

11, lo, lln 1

lie-

one

erne

liriiie

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only

Hie Im.l, Eluair Willi

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and ihal k,

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.,|l,.c,. l N,,, lew

Poll,, will,

ml pi (

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111 pi.iul, in 11 games. Innel Poll.-i .,1, .r.-.l the

li,

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RIFLE TEAMS


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MEN'S RIFLE TEAM

The Men's RiHe Team

was founded in 1003, and since thai lime has progressed competed In twelve meets, Tiveuty vears later it parlleipated following four years, the students seemed to have lost interest in this sport, but it has been revived during the past year. This year the leam has fired against more ifian tfiirly olher teams, boasting ol victories over such schools as Boslon College. Michigan Stale. Wesl Virginia University. Mississippi Slate

immensely. In in

1012, it

twenty-one matches. In the

and Co,

tSlal

President

Dayton Carritt

Vice-President I

Fred Mason Bernard Harvey

reasurer

Eyeruliue Officer Direolor of

Rifle Martsmans/rtp

Everett G. Brown .

Captain Joseph W. Kullhan


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WOMEN'S RIFLE TEAM

Another

.

omparalively

a.lnni -Innilil..

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new

ili

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sport

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on

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the

.ampiis is

in, im.

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il

.

ihe Women's RiHe Team.

\li,i,i., llie Ivilii- l.-li

Universily. Pennsylvania Stole College, aud .Miami LItiiversily.

/Jresi,/enl

.

.

\'i... /'resi./eul

Ruth Jerre Emery Xavi Louise Thurb

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^^M -'i^ll^lW. w

TheFreshn.enRllleTeamls,, course

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who ohl

they broke

,11

II

will, llm (.

Storrs and InsU he

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,

,

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ipos,.,l of Iho.e besbn,,.,.

In

the basic R. O. T. C.


INTRAMURALS


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iheit inlfiin

of' o',u '.".".'"

FRATERNITIES SORORITIES CLUBS

ihecollei


FRATERNITIES


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POLYGON MEMBERSHIP

Faeuily A,/oisers Dean John Barlow

Prue. Herman C. Ciiuhciiill

Prof. Joseph W. Ince

Repre.senlaliues RHO IOTA KAPPA Ai.den S iantiin

Roland Gill

THf;TA CHI R. Ellsworth Hinus. Jr.

Albert CupEi.i.n BETA PHI

Theodore A. \'entriine

Daniel G. Alorkii. Jr.

DELTA ALPHA PSI C. .Albert Mahsbolia

Frederic C. McCartht

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Warren E, Colburn

John Taylor, Ir,

SIG.NLV ALPHA IJ'SILON Herman A, C, .\ni

Joseph L. Scott

rn

PHI BETA CHI

Edoar L. Arnold, .Ir.

William McKenna. Jr.

ALPHA EPSILON PI Ch.arles i I. Miller

Wilered D, I Javid PIII MI.' nlil.TA

James H, Murray

,\rthur E, Peckham PHI SIGMA

WiLLLVM A, Raimond

Bowen F, Sweet

ALPR\ TAl' C,AMNL\

Ernest M, Maoee

Chester Berry BETA PSI ALPHA

Pasco Fraraccio

.'\rthur DeCesare

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The Polygon was fotmd In 1011 lo govern Interbalernllv affairs. Originallv only five me,nhe, s. il now has Iwenlv-seven. It is very active during the rushing season as the gave nlng body for lite organization, maintenance. Inlerpretalion. and enforcing of rush Ing rules. The officers are selerled by a rotary svstem and serve for one year. consisting of

Presidenl Vice-Presi

.

Ernest Ma,

.\lbert R. CUPEI

J.vmes Mur,


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RHO IOTA KAPPA

Foun,/,.,/

ol

R/,o,/e Island /<WS

Tola! Chapler ,\)en,/,ers/,ip

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RHO IOTA KAPPA FRATRES IN FACULTATE P.oc,.,so. Cs,,

Phoffesor Howt.ANin Bra,cs Dean Geor<;e E. Ai

E

A. Km""

M.. W,LC,M J WhccIN

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF

1037

^-^" CLASS OF 1938 JM,SD0L,S c.

W.U.TE. Dec

"sWe

WlLLClH DONSLOS,

CLASS OF 1030

^.'"m^"'^''*'

u""ci.Tec!1T' CLASS OF 1940


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THETA CHI Foun,/,d

i

EstaWis/ied

ISiO al nl

R. /.

Nor.i,-h I 'nicersily as

Si,,,a Dello Tolal

J

1900

Chorlered

Chapler iMemliership

as

Ela

30 Chapters Chapler lOI I

33/

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ALBroiT R. Cupel .R,'

F: HiN

Lull, Villi K,-

Robert A. Barrett, .!

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THETA CHI FR,\TRES IN FACULTATC

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO CLASS OF

1937

CLASS OF

103S

CI \ss OF 1039

( I \SS OI

1040

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BETA PHI Fountfed

ol

Rhode Island

f 1

f

Totnf Cha,,ler Afemhership

101(1

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FRArRI-:S IN COIJ.IX'.K) CI-.\SS OF ROBEKT B. BOF|.,NTON LS,EL C. CcERT

Iio,

James T, Meenais

Cons, ant I

a,

K,

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1937

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OFFICERS

r. o, t, c, regiment

Rhode Island Stale College Colonel

Dayton E, Carritt, Conan,/inB

Lieutenant Colonel Nestore E, Caroselli, Regimental E.ve

Captain Howard E. Possner. .Ir.. /ieflimenlnl Adjnlo

Captain Frank

R. Schofield. Plans and

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Training

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FIRST BATTALION Lieutenant Colonel Herman .\. C. .-Kuderson. Commondina Major Richard E. W.ade. Eieculiee Firsl Lieutenant Paul D. Steen.

Adjulanl Albert R. Cupello

Captain Conslanl Simonini Firsl Lieutenant Lionel Gilbert Second Lieutenants Francis D.

William R. Donalds, George L. Fales

Tbemistoele. 1 1. Farone

Carragher

Company "C"

JohnLChrlslv David V.Anderson Herman G. Muenchlnger Co, "B" Captain James McMahon Firsl Lieutenant Mdton Salomon

Captain Leopold F. Hofinger First Lieutenant Francis L. 1 libbit

Second Lieutenants fiohetl W. Ciolf John r. Greene Wallat-e F. Hastie Richard W. Henrv

SECONTl BATTALION Colonel John J. Casey. Commanding Wilson P. Boolhroyd. Eeculii,e

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Captain John S.

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Ma>mard D, Koplt,u

Second Lieutenants William O. Kro hn

Coggins. Adjutant Second Lieutenants Alberl Ormondroyd Franks. Ryan Joseph L. Scull Paul F. Feiferl Co.iiP.iNV "G"

James R, Master

Captain Charles F. Trumpet

William MeKe,,no,.Ir. "

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Nathaniel K, Wentworth, Jr

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follnwing May. At present the Sachems act as the Supreme Court o{ tlie college (or the solution ol campus problems. Organizations or individuals, having diffi culties or problems loo great (or their own solution, may call lor help Irtim the Sachems.

Class elections,

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Maynarh Koplan James Eastwood

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RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE PLAYERS Tenth

Anniversary

1927-1937

Whereas; the members of die Alumni of the Rliode Island Slate

College Players aud

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director. Mrs. Lucy I. Rawlins promoting the drama at Rhode

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I-r'" I E-m. ,,! College Players. concluding their tenth successful season under Mrs, Rawlings. in f the above resniullou l,er fine work. In ,elebrallng ibeir passed rr,gllin anniversary the Players held a Shakespeare lestival in April, producing "Hamlet". 'Taming of The Shrew" and "Ollielltr In lite llghl of ibe fart ibal ibeir lirsl production in 1027 was Shakespeare's "Romeo nnd Juliet", this was very fitting. Other oulslanding plays on the repertoire of the players are, "Little Women" in 1028; "Trelawney of the Wells" and "Francesca Da Rimini" in 1020; "Poor Maddalena". "Privy Couuril ". and an original "College Revue" in 1030; "The

Rhode Island State The

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"Fancbon" and "Hamlet"

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Juliel" again

in 1034;

"Othello"

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1932;

"The Three

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The niarchlng l,.l olI<.,s langihie spiril al hmlball g.nues and other athletic ll made ., .s,,,., lally line sbowing al ll. Brown ._,..,e ihis year, will, its

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The executive staff for the 1037 Cr.st was sel, of 1037. The editor-in-chief then selected ihe nsso, i somewhat smaller than usual. Each and every meml general staff can he said to Iiaye workeil failblnlli ar 1038 Grist was selected in March 1017. much earlle procedure will be foflowed in the future, because train the incoming one.

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present

President

Vico-Presir/enl

Secretary Treosurer

John T. H.innah James D. Wrioht Louis J. Guenther Milton Salomon


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THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB

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THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS STUDENT BRANCH AT R. I. STATE COLLECiE

In 1004 ihe students in the Mechanical Engineering course formed ibe M. E. purpose of stimulating interest and furthering their knowledge in ihis held. Aboul a decade ago thev .affiliated themselves with the A. S, M E. which now gives them the opportunity of meeting experienced members and making conlnds with Ibe Engineering Society's Employment Service and Engineering Council lor

Society for ihe

Professional Betterment.

Presidenl

Earl Mills

Secretary

Raymond Warren

Treosurer

Chace Sherm.in Dean Rosal L. Wales

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RLIODE ISL./\ND STATE COLLEGE CHAPTER OF .AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS

Tb,. Civd Engineering .Sci,.|y. louuded in 1026 1, ,n ,11,1, ,1p,1 ,iI, th, aclivllies of ihls orgnniralion lude- 1 ,,, |r, lures ol Engineers, visiling of the olher cbapl.rs in Rluxle Island and ,n Boston and meeting memb,.rs who are in the profession. .\. S, C, !;, in 10)2, The experl Civil

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The E. E. Society, founded

in tSOf

became alfiflaled wilh the A. I. E. E.

in 102:

This organization has done much lo s Imulate interest in the electrical field and t bring the students in contact with expe ienced members of the national organir.alio,

Robert BurF,N0TON

Chairman

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Edwarp Murphy

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Without the old. adylc,-. I()!7

Dr.

Grist could

Raymond

til the FoIIovyHiB

or

have lietoir

not

people the

.ahly;

G. Bressler

Dr. Harold W. Browning.

Mr. John Droit,

our

Family arlvlser

of the Droll,

our

to

the Grist Board

Prinling Company

Nh. Howard Droilcour of ihe Drnilir.u, P,inling Company Mr. Waller Van Dale of the Van Dale Slutlio

Mr.

Ralph L. Hardin of the

Mr. William

Mrs.

Mason Bo.v

Company

Mokray

Jo.sephiue

I.. Russell

Major Rlchaul M. Sandusky, who secured permission lor the Grist Army Air Corps pholographs on pages It and 13. Mr. James B. Slicklev. who

graule,l permission lo ibe Grist news pholographs.

to

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reproduce the

the Providence

lournal an,l l-:vening Bulletin .\lr, Harry S, l,,,-, iiho

spplie,l ihe Providence Sunday Journal pholographs

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RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE Offers Free

Instruction

CoUegiate

to

Residents of Rhode Iskmd who Present Fifteen Units of

Higli School Work

CURRICULA

IN

Business Administration

Agricultural Economics Agricultural and Biological Chemistry

Chemical

Animal

Civil

and

Accounting

Engineering

Biology

Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering

Chemistry

Home Economics

Pre- Medicine

Institutional

Plant

Industry Industry

Management

MILITARY DEPARTMENT RESERVE

OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS

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FOR

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ADDRESS

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STEP BY STEP

Compliments ot

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COMPLIMENTS OF

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1939


Sincere to

Compliments

the CLASS of 1937

VAN DALE iPhotographs of

JJistinction

'Etchings, Oil Painting.!,

Pastels. Studio, Home, and Commercial

Pliotograpliv.


COMPLIMENTS OF

THE CLASS OF

1940


There's

Nothing Like

GAS for COOKING WATER

HEATING

REFRIGERATION HOUSE

HEATING

Providence Gas Co. THE W. E. BARRETT

COMPANY 15-17 Jackson Street

PROVIDENCE, R.

I.

Farming Supplies. Dairy Supplies and Home Garden Supplies Tractors, Water Systems, Power Lawn Mowers, Seeds and Poultry Supplies

BATES & KLINKE, Inc. ATTLEBORO. MASS.

Manufacturing Jewelers

MAURICE C. SMITH CO. OFFICE AND FACTORY OUTFITTERS

76

Weybosset Street

PROVIDENCE, R, I.

BUY YOUR

BATHING

SUITS AT

Hospitality Here is

expressed the

hospitality Kingston

9{ei venyon s All the latest

style!

you

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.

,

only

a

would

expect

utmost in

friendly

short drive from the

campus. All to

the fine facilities find

in

one

of

PROVIDENCE-BILTMORE


Compliments of

THE

UTTER

A FRIEND

COMPANY

CLARKE LUMBER CO. Wakefield. R. 1.

Tel.

Narra.

178

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for Over

Eighty

Years

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