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here are many who have eagerly anticipated the Skidmore 
of 1947 — There are a few who have directly contributed to its structure. 
But there is especiallv one who has shown us, through his unequaled en- 
thusiasm, the direction in which we arc driving. We have recognized his 
contributions in our academic affairs, and we have felt his personal interest 
in each one of us — our desires, our growth and our happiness. 

To you, Mr. Mohler, with admiration and pride, we dedicate the 1947 
Eromdiks. 




For Memory has painted this perfect day 
With colors that never fade. 

And we find at the end of a perfect day 
The soul of a friend we've mode. 



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Vhether it's Miss Bridgman walking hurriedly along 
the avenue, or Mr. Moore cutting across the library walk to his office, 
there is a warm note of association felt as we pass them. We hold a 
personal pride in them — Miss Bridgman, gracious and understanding, 
ever interested in our welfare; and Mr. Moore, his quiet, lovable humor 
at informal gatherings, contrasted with his impressive and forceful 
speeches at Convocation and special occasions. 

They are our pride — our own "Bridgit" and "Prexy". 




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Is long as Miss Moshier has her "busy little corners" . . . Mr. Krawiec wears his bow 
tie . . . Miss Squizz preserves her bike with Bon Ami . . . Miss Emery runs to her eight o'clocks in 
Mabee . . . Miss Warren tells her "bugle stories" . . . Mr. Cheney runs for governor . . . Miss Ferguson 
drives Seniors to their Sneak Day picnic and Miss Brown retrieves them . . . The special chair is re- 
served for Mrs. Bolton in Creative, and Dr. B. refuses to sit at the right end of the table in Seminar 
. . . The "Raccoon Club" remains . . . 






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As long as Dr. Smith maintains that "Doubt is the beginning of 
Wisdom" . . . Mrs. Boyce rushes back and forth between Skidmore 
kitchen and her new office . . . Mr. Reeves enjoys his daily bicycle ride 
from Lake Avenue to F.O.B. . . . Mr. Mohler tips his hat and smiles 
at us . . . Miss Mowry thrills at the sight of a paramecium . . . "Pudgey" 
follows Mr. Osborn . . . Dr. Hobbie drives his new Ford ... as long as 
Miss Collins chases our canine friends through the halls- the faculty 
will continue to remain close to us — our respected advisors and friends. 




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The largest community ever, under the invaluable guidance of the tops in "Big Threes" . . . Rita, 
Kitty, and Sally have seen us through the "year of years." Their sincerity, thoughtfulness, and 
unfailing spirit have fired our enthusiasm for college life. Always conscious of their great responsi- 
bility ... yet ever ready for the many laughs, these three will not be soon forgotten. 



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GOV'T ASSOCIATION 



. . . structure and backbone of th; incr asing eight hundred — the Big Three, Sally and Billie at the 
reins. They are our representatives to our way of life — striving continually for improvement and 
growth. The mtinns-.Community Standards and The Honor System — our most worthy traditions — forceful 
and unexcelled. The end: a community based upon friendship and cooperation. This is our way of life — 
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. . . the deciding body t)f i)ur communit}- 
needs and policies. What is to be done how 
and when? Suggestions and questions, old 
and new — a fireplace in the Rec Center — 
11 :15 permission on Sundays — No Community 
Service for Seniors. Everything is considered 
— their judgment is liberal. Our chosen repre- 
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. . . administers the affairs of College Government Association — our 
inner government and driving force. Big Three, class presidents, Editor 
of News, Alumnae Representative, and Chairman of Day Student 
Council compose an effective and efficient Executive Board. 



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"Honesty — in all social and academic relationships" — means all the 
time!! It is the aim of Honor Board to help the student correct her 
mistakes — not to punish her for making them. Our Honor System is 
maintained to teach students to abide, as independently as possible, 
by the standards of individual and group honor; and the Honor System 
is a matter of personal, as well as community pride. 




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Judicial Board is concerned with infractions 
of social rules in our community. The mem- 
bers are our chosen representatives and they 
make the final decisions and enforce the regu- 
lations of College Government. Through 
their efforts we manage to "stay on the 
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Have you ever wondered who supplied the 
Rec Center with cards, game equipment, 
and cokes? Do you know who keeps our 
favorite records on the juke box? Or can 
you tell us who collects ushers, band lead- 
ers and potted palms for All College? It's 
Social Committee! ! ! — our main source 
of entertainment throughout the year. 
Barbara Cameron is responsible for keeping 
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All house officers are members of Residence 
Council. Under the direction of Sally Wirt, 
their goal is to maintain a quiet and a 
home - like atmosphere in the dorms. 
"Please wear soft-sole slippers!!" "There 
have been several complaints from the 
third floor — " The cooperation of all is 
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"Hey, you — no ashes on the floor!!" 
"Stay on the walk — no short cuts." 
Through the efforts of this group, ashes 
go in the ash travs and the green grass 
grows all around. Pricilla Phillips and her 
committee keep our campus clean, if not 
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Through Day Student Council all non-resident students are kept well- 
informed on college activities. This council elects officers who act as 
representatives at all meetings to voice the opinion of the group in 
College Government. Day Students, residents of "Saratoga and vicin- 
ity," do not live in the dorms but that does not exclude them from the 
other phases of our college life. Polly Rouillard is president. 



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If you're not sure, "look it up in the Handbook." The bane of 
the freshmen, but, nevertheless, their main guide — what's what at 
Skidmore. Co-editors: Janet Carroll and Jayne McGrath. 



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The Nursing students m New York have 
a College Government of their own — This 
council is formed on the same principle as 
our own council here at Skidmore. They 
make their own laws and enforce them. 
The Council helps to keep a close contact 
between students at the hospital and those 
in Saratoga. It is a relatively new organiza- 
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"Quiet, please!" "No knitting in Ves- 
pers." "Must you cough?!!" "Classes 
leave in order of seniority." These are the 
slogans of Chapel Committee. They are en- 
forced by Phyl Hoffman and selected mem- 
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Headed by \'irginia Cooke, the Point 
System Committee sees that there is a fair 
distribution of student offices among us. 
A girl can hold no more than one major 
office at a time. Electees must be approv- 
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It's not the things we've done, but the songs we've sung, that have made us "The Singingist College" 
around. Beverly Brophy plays the introduction while Martha Ward gives us the downbeat. "Winter 
Wonderland," "Tea for Two," and an occasional old favorite from the song book. 






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Under the direction of Nancy Sturman, Fellowship Fund goes on aiding many different relief organiza- 
tions. We all give up that extra something in order to give our less fortunate neighbors some much- 
needed assistance. As our contributions aided the war effort, so Skidmore is doing its part in peace 
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Foster mothers of the Freshman dorms, the house councilors are on hand to greet new-comers and 
help them to get adjusted to our way of life. These councilors take care of everything from house 
elections to room changes and they never forget that everyone loves a party^ 





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The Fire Prevention Committee works to keep the "900" secure against fire, and really meet its threat. 
Dormitory fire captains arc responsible to Kay Snow, Committee Chairman. 



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We were met at the station by girls wearing friendly faces and bright 
yellow ribbons . . . We piled into taxis and the next thing we knew, we 
were at the Rec Center . . . What mad days were to follow. We were 
taken to our dorms — met the roommates, and the rest of the kids, 
although we couldn't remember their names . . . After that night, those 
flashy red bibs would not let us forget. The next day the four year 
grind that was ahead of us started with psychological tests, placement 
tests, aptitude tests and physicals. We wandered up and down Broad- 
way, looking for spreads, curtains, waste baskets, bulletin boards, 
lamps and chairs, until our rooms resembled Bates' ads. We had our 
first meetings as the Class of 1950. We met Rita, Kitty and Sally, and 
we tried to fill our heads with the rules and regulations that make up 
college life. We became acquainted with the Handbook, and soon 
found that we could tell the Infirmary from the Library, although we 
could not distinguish between Hildreth and Hulbert. The confusion 





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of the first few days gradually began to wear off, and we could all sing "Some Freshman stole my 
date." With our Advisors, we planned our schedules and discovered that there was no way of getting 
out of Biology. Wc learned the "O'Malley habit." We made frequent trips to the mail room. We 
decided we liked it here. 



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When the weekend came, we also found 
that there was an especially pleasant side 
to college life. Donning our blue jeans and 
white shirts, we marched ei: iiidsst to the 
Spa for a fried-chicken picnic. With our 
house councilors, we played baseball and 
had our first touch of the spirit which gave 
us the name of "the singingest college 
around." We trooped back home, tired, 
but happy to be at Skidmore. 



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As dignified Seniors we didn't want to appear too eager 
about the long-awaited day — SO by nine a.m. Wednesday 
morning the cars were loaded and ready to go. (The 
refreshments were already cooling in the brook.) Upon 
arrival at the Spa we turned athletic and the picnic 
became one gigantic football game — thirty-five players 
to a team — referees worked at their own risk. After 
numerous trips to the Infirmary, time out was called for 
refreshments. After this intermission our versatile teams 
found themselves playing baseball. This continued until 
the cry, "pictures" was heard and taken up by all. We 
posed for one picture and then ran for another — "Hip, 
hip, let 'em rip!!" By the time lunch arrived we were 
ready and waiting — Hot Dog! — Just the thing to go with 
the refreshments!! After sailing doughnuts down the 
creek, we settled down to sing the afternoon away — 
with refreshments now and then to wet our dry throats. 
"Do you know the muffin man?" By late afternoon we 
had not only exhausted ourselves, but our supply of 
refreshments as well. 

We hit Skidmore Dining Hall in dungarees and mortar 
boards — and ate to the rhythm of pounding knives, forks 
and spoons. (Noisy, wasn't it?) The grand finale was an 
unfortunate parade through Saratoga — "We don't regret 
what we have done — it's all been done in fun." 




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Christmas Week at Skidmore always finds 
us in the Christmas spirit— fires burning 
brightly in the fireplaces, Christmas trees 
in the dorms, and the blend of carols drift- 
ing from the living rooms and smt)kers. 
Christmas \'espers is a highlight of the 
season with both choruses joining to give 
us the Christmas story in song. Christmas 
dinner in all its gaiety . . . and the Fresh- 
man carols echoing through the night . . . 
the candles gleaming and blinking through 
a light snowfall . . . white-covered heads — 
"Joy to the World" . . . Last minute 
preparations and departures to points 
north, east, south and west to spend the 
holidays at home . . . Grounded planes and 
crowded trains, but still spirits remain 
high — it's Christmas Week. 





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Temperature freezing — good skating! Snow-fall 
heavy — good skiing! Yes, Saratoga had turned into 
a winter wonderland of dazzling whiteness and 
dark shadows --the setting was perfect for Winter 
Carnival — "Snowonder!" Visitors and dates ar- 
rived by the hundreds to witness the fun and join 
in the sports. Friday night's major events centered 
around the Gym — Skating in couples followed by a 
figure skater imported from Lake Placid — The tradi- 
tional stocking-foot dance, climaxed by the crown- 
ing of our king and queen. Saturday was filled with 
"thrills and spills" at Alpine Meadows — Downhill 



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in the morning and slalom in the afternoon — with 
many eastern colleges represented. The various 
lawns on campus displayed the snow sculptures of 
the four classes and the \'ets. The Junior Class took 
top honors and the Veterans were the runners-up. 
Warm fires awaited us at the dorms when we re- 
turned from the day's activities. Later we decked 
ourselves out in our finest array — tulle, slipper 
satin and snow boots (evening shoes underneath) 
and departed for the dance — Claude Thornhill and 
his orchestra — good music! 
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"Welcome to '47's Junior Prom," screamed the brilliant banner flying from the second floor windows 
of North Hall. Everything was in readiness, and our hearts were young and gay. This was the day we 
had been waiting for, for months- we had even bought our tickets in February! (Or was that due to 
financial problems?^ Smokers had been turned into paint shops, 'gyms had been made into fairgrounds, 
and the Casino had become a haven of butterflies. Committee heads could smile again, and we all sat 
back to wait for the arrival of "that new specie called man." 

It was a glorious weekend at the "State Fair." We tossed pennies and had our fortunes told in gaily- 
colored booths, and we danced past walls of brightly painted animals. Saturday we donned our jeans 
for an all-day picnic at "the pit"- needless to say, spirits were high, and we sang ourselves hoarse. 
What a transformation that night— ofF-the-shoulder gowns and orchids were prevalent. We dreamily 
danced the night away to the music of Bob Chester and his orchestra. Junii)r Breakfast and Junior 
News — sad farewells, then Junior Blues. 




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After innumerable mass meetings, nomina- 
tions, speeches and ballot Jays, we finally 
reached one of the biggest moments of the 
college year the announcement of the 
new "Big Three" and other College Gov- 
ernment officers. Installation soon fol- 
lowed with the traditional ceremony — 
when the Senior Class moves out into the 
cold, cold world and the Juniors move up 
into the honored front seats in College 
Hall. Ushered in by the Sophomore Guard 
of Honor, the new "Big Three" don the 
official robes of the out-going officers. 
Rings are turned outward and another 
Senior Class is born. 




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Skidmore's most beautiful traditions . . . The warmth of a May day with flowers, song and laughter 
. . . The morning chapel service and the excitement and anticipation of the afternoon song contest . . . 
The May Court and the crowning of the Queen. 



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Classes distinct by colors— Freshmen— white, Sophomores— blue and white. Juniors— yellow and 
white and the traditional caps and gowns of the Seniors . . . The fun of having parents here . . . Every 
minute exciting and every minute memorable . . . Skidnmrc at its loveliest. 



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The anticipated May Day afternoon finds Oivlahoma Track the center 
of activity. Cars make a grandstand on one side of the track while the 
grass offers itself on the other, and the setting is perfect. "One, two, 
three — testing" is heard from the loud speaker and then, "Will the 
first class please enter." Equestrians at their best— spectators cheering 
for their favorites . . . Class teams and tandems. The balance and grace 
of the jumping — a breathless hush among the crowd followed by strong 
applause after each successful jump. Trophies, blue, red, yellow and 
white ribbons . . . The participation and ability of "the horsey set." 
"Walk," "Trot," "Reverse and canter, please" . . . These are the 
familiar sounds . . . Spirits are high . . . The superb performance of the 
drill team climaxes the afternoon — Then a mad rush back to the dorms 
to dress for the next thing on the program — The song contest. 



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One of the faster growing groups on campus, Skidmore Progres- 
sive Organizations is responsible for the worthwhile Sunday night 
discussions on current events . . . Urging all to use their democra- 
tic privilege on voting days. Social work — help for the under- 
privileged and a study of their problems ... A strong block behind 
the N.A.A.C.P. Frances Barrett is president. 



Purpose; to learn about and participate in actual theater work. Center 
of action: the Office, if you can squeeze in. Assets; a lot of laughs and 
loads of fun. Liabilities: definitely none!! Net Results: good plays, 
wider circle of friends, lasting memories. President: Anne Caldow. 




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Under the direction of Jean Brons, this 
organization includes the members and 
staff of the Business and Commercial Sci- 
ence Department. Typing and Gregg — 
efficiency plus future delights for future 
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Studio Arts Club spurs the campus art 
interest with educational lectures and 
varied colorful exhibitions. "How about 
a picture for your room?" Beverly Nichol- 
son and this club are responsible for 
our successful Winter Carnival dances. 
Posters and campus decorations are their 
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Sixty voices blend in \'espers and concerts, with Christmas \'espers 
highlighting the year. Marty Ward is "Chief Angel." "Rehearsals 
start promptly at 5:10." Trips to Albany for special singing . . . Rotary 
Clubs and teas. Hard work under the guidance of Mr. Irwin, brings 
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The concerts that we always look forward to . . . The well-loved 
encores and "re-encores" . . . Rehearsals heard from the mail room . . . 
The spirit was completed when the Band marched on the field at the 
Skid more- Brown football classic. Margaret Ross is the president. 



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After "trying try-outs" fifty Freshmen are selected for the Freshman 
Chorus. Here they get the excellent training that makes College 
Chorus what it is. They present us with special Freshman \'espers 
and they also join the upperclassmen to sing at Christmas \'espers. 
Catch the talent while it's young! Beverly Beard is president. 





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Hurry, Freshmen, and you can furnish your rooms at the Student 
Exchange. Second-hand goods are sold here at "rock-bottom" prices — 
and they're nice, too. Phyllis Geipel manages this business — No profit 
except for the students. We supply the Exchange ourselves and receive 
the proceeds. Everything from rugs to picture frames. 



Under the leadership of Judith Browne, Christian Association plans 
our Vesper services. Everyone of every denominatii)n is a member and 
each Sunday night a different church is represented. This is one of the 
many organizations at Skidmore that accounts for the spirit of democ- 
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You must have seen the various signs around campus telling you /jot to 
diet — to get your vitamin supply, or to get your needed "forty winks." 
This is the working of the Health Committee. Their purpose is to keep 
the health standards of the college at their peak. The committee meets 
with Dr. Duschatko and decides upon questions of sun deck hours and 
the need for Influenza vaccine. Sally Wirt is chairman and each class 
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Do you have enough credits? How many credits do you need to com- 
plete your major? What is the prerequisite for that lab course? The 
purpose of the Curriculum Committee is to plan all courses and to set 
the maturity level for them. This is a vital center in our education. The 
committee is made up of a faculty member and student from each 
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Dance Club strives to encourage the art and form of dancing. They stress all forms of dance techniques, 
and try to interest students along this line. Through their efforts there are various programs and 
demonstrations on campus not only student, hut professional. Marjorie Lehmann is president o( 
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wear the Outing Club seal. You'll spend I.O.C.A. weekends paddling up and 
of Lake George. You'll help to make . 

our Winter Carnival one of the best in ^^''' *•' 

the East — "Slalom" and "Downhill" 
specials. With Skiderondack as headquar- 
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Equestrian enthusiasm at Skidmore. Refreshing breakfast rides on 
Sunday mornings while the rest of the college sleeps. Singing along 
the Avenue of Pines — "figure eights" in the field. Jean Campbell is 
their leader. Freshman exhibition and May Day Finale in "Pink 
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Athletes and "would-bes" gather together with that All-American 
spirit whether it's for hockey in the rain, or swimming in sub-zero 
weather. Headed by Sybil Kirby, A. A. sponsors tennis tournaments, 
odd-even field games, and those special bi-annual field days. In other 
words, where there's healthy activities around campus you know that 
Athletic Association is on the job. Each season is climaxed by a 
banquet where the prized yellow "S's" are awarded to winning teams. 



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250 skunks — Mama Skunk, Emmy Johnson. Most frequent pastimes: 
schussing, racing, filling in sitzmarks, and bending "zee" knees. A 
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If you can "st," you can belong. This club 
is open to all who are interested in Spanish, 
whether the accent is Castillian, Mexican, 
or Americciuo. Under the leadership of 
Marie Li, this club sponsors teas, lectures, 
and singing. The things you learn in class 
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come Thespians with French accents . . . 
cultivate their culture in the Parisian 
style. This is a small but active club, and 
we realize this when they present the plays 
that we love, and try to understand. 
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This club IS upcn to all in the department. Speeches and discussions 
of current economic problems are the main projects . . . understand- 
ing is the result. Ruth Morris is president of this organization. 
Economics Club is among those groups that will further the progress 
of the future. 











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They know the way to a man's heart, and they specialize in it. 
Their's is the scientific approach to domesticity. They clean kitch- 
ens, thrive on vitamins, plan budgets that work, and can even 
re-upholster furniture and make it look like new. The Club is 
managed by Phyllis Geipel. "I think I'll make a dress for the dance 
tomorroic niiht." 



Clef members are found where the music "makes" and appreciators 
meet to discuss a favorite symphony or musician. They provide 
concerts and musical fetes for all to enjoy. Nettie Ruland is president 
— all music majors and music lovers are members. A backbone of 
the college, where music plays a major part. 



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News keeps us well-informed about activities on and off campus. It presents striking editorials and 
students' opinions on controversial questions. "Give that story on galley nine a 2 of 24 head." Moo 
Halscy and her staff haunt the third floor of F.O.B. every Tuesday night putting out our weekly 
campus newspaper. 



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PR 



You'll find Profile's staff searching for 
talent, encouraging timid artists to burst 
into print, and sittmg in their own "per- 
sonalized chairs" in their third floor, cor- 
ner office. They welcome original ideas m 
the form of poetry and fiction. "Let's keep 
it away from New Yorker, maybe?" and 
"Who'll count the words?" \'irginia Her- 
zog and staff give you Profile, the literary 
expressions of college students in black 
and white. 





The Gallery is an artistic creation published 
by the Art majors to show the outstanding 
art work of the year from that department. 
The best work in each class is taken, and 
the selections range from fundamental 
structure to free form and sculpturing. 
This magazine gives the other students 
material ideas of the type of work done in 
the Art Department. Nancv Graham is the 
editor. 



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GlNNY HeRZOG 

Literary Editor 



Alice Stretch 
Circulation Managtr 



Pat Chapman 



■ifsistant P/jotographj 
Editor 




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11 V think wc worked hard- and we did, but "Simon Le Twiss," editor, isn't satisfied yet. Twiss did 
the talking- Phyl did the work — you paid the money — and the staff guzzled coffee every night at 
eleven. 

Well, it's yours now. We've tried to cram into your 1947 Eromdiks everything you will want to 
remember — and some things you can't forget — ever! 



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He phones on Wednesday, which means the hair is washed on Thursday and the nails painted on 
Friday . . . Five o'clock Friday afternoon he's here ... but not alone, and you spend a frantic hour 
finding dates for his four friends . . . Dinner to fit the pocketbook— the Gideon or Dan's . . . 'Which 
shall it be? Movies? Bowling? Bridge? Skating? Or for something different— the Colonial? . . Un- 
fortunately, permissions are status quo . . . 



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Bright and early Saturday noon, Mrs. Vaughn hauls him out of bed . . . Brunch . . . Alpine Meadows 
or Yaddo according to the temperature . . . Back to the dorm for a quick change, and two hours later, 
you're ready for the evening (bring your own cigarettes) . . . Cocktails at the Worden . . . Dancing 
at Newman's ... A slow drive home . . . soft shoulders . . . Sunday; Times, Trib and black colTee . . . 
Dinner at Skidmore and the stare of envious girls . . . Hitching Post . . . Fond farewell before Vespers 
. . . He phoned on Wednesday — 





. . . dash around from class to class . . . wear our shirt tails tucked in 
. . . shout "Atom bomb!" . . . ride in "Ancient Charm" . . . look for a 
shower in North ... see the forty vets on campus . . . plow through 
Sumner's Folkways . . . knit baby argyle socks . . . climb stairs (72 of 
'em) to the fifth floor of Skidmore Hall . . . hunt and peck our research 
papers . . . notice the absence oi Neilson andThonidike . . . learn to send 
telegrams in Mabee 107 .. . go to the "Itch" to see Roy Rogers . 
curse the fire captain's ghastly five A.M. drills ... see the an majors 
spending their two hour Life class in O'Malleys' . . 





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. . . put our hair up in rags ... go to Music Apprecia- 
tion (dojvoa know what a violin loolcs like?) . . . read 
Joe's cartoons in the elevator . . . haunt the mail room 
. . . burn bibs in bon-fires . . . have those Monday morn- 
ing after-the-week-end-blues . . . drink Ma Gold- 
smith's five cent coffee . . . change our majors . . . 
cut bangs . . . trudge through the semi-darkness to 
our eight o'clocks . . . create creations for Creative 
class . . . wear our blue and buff Soph' hats . . . eat 
hard soft-boiled eggs for breakfast . . . start our 
weekends on Wednesday . . . watch the huge chunks 
of dust collect under our beds . . . chew Chiclets candy 
coated chewing gum . . . prepare ourselves for the 
cold, cruel world in the bride's cooking course . . . 
wash flats in the theatre . . . put on skirts the days 
we go over to P.S. No. 4 to teach . . . study in the 
smoker over cigarettes and bridge ... go through 
the Inferno with Dante . . . 



M.errily we roll along 




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Saturday afternoon — Baseball — Tea at Skidmore Hall 
Saturday evening — Cocktails at the Gideon 

"What would you like to drink, dear?" 

"Gingerale, father." 
Saturday night — Dancing at Newmans 

"Gee, your father is a super rumba-er." 

"Wait 'til he starts jitterbugging before you draw final conclusions." 
Sunday afternoon — Baseball again. 

"Gee whiz. Pop, let's play bridge. I'm dead." 
Sometime during the next week. 

"Dear Daughter: 
I enjoyed the weekend tremendously, and am much impressed. By 

the way, your mother is sending the rest of my bottle of liniment — " 

Chip off the old block 
Grand entrance 
Best boy friends 
Room inspection 






Jane Ferguson, Prestiient; Carol Johnson, Vtct-Frcsidcnt; Shirley Crane, Secretary; Gretchen Schoon- 
MAKER. Treasurer. 



It all began the day we came and 'round our necks you hung our name, 

And gave to us the handbook gray with warning of a test someday. 

Then came the day of "Atom Bomb"; at six A.M. we broke the calm 

Of Skidmore Hall. The Bio class, the history quiz we had to pass, 

Those Freshmen themes, and speech class too, were part of what we struggled through. 

All College dance and Union dates, with Whiffenpoofs to celebrate! 

Final exams — our throats were lumped — We made the grade and then we crumped. 

And now at last we've set our feet along the Sophomore's Easy Street. 





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Marjorie Jones, Preiident: Grace Hovan^ Vice-President; Nancy MacKay, Secretary; Joan Kier, Treasurer. 



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Psychology 'n Soci, too, and Sophomore hats of buff and blue, 

New Foley House, and first shift's line, our honor guard: that's '49! 

Our beauties sat in court this May, on Wednesday, Friday late we stay 

At Casey's, Goldsmith's with the rest, and cram like fury for each test, 

'Cause upperclassmen now are we — "that Freshman stuff is not for me!" 

We study Spenser's Faerie Qjieene and Shakespeare's Lear read scene by scene. 

Art history tests, and dates galore, blue dungarees, a class at four. 

But we'll pull through, come out on top, and sister next year's Freshman crop. 





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Of sophomore hats, of senior rings, of freshman bibs we do not sing — 
But trial comps, our Junior News, a well-known song 'bout Junior Blues, 
Big Three elections from our mass, a Shakespeare quiz, our sister class, 
The glory of our May Queen's crown, the measurements for cap and gown. 
The Junior \'espers' choir and psalm, an eight o'clock, the Junior Prom. 
One sport a week 'tis now this year, for physically we're mighty near 
To being wrecks with arches flat and muscles where our brains were at! 
The iunior class is moving on, and caps and gowns next year we'll don. 





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Marian White, President; Patricia Chapman, Vice-President; Doris Higgins, Secretary. Betty Ann Fowler, 
Treasurer. 






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'47, '47, we're the class of '47! 

At Skidmore Hall, in seminar, or out for a ride in someone's car, 

The Spa on Sneak Day, rings — sublime — "My thesis due" — So little time! 

Dartmouth weekends, a Senior tea, or down at Goldsmith's where we'll be. 

Eleven-fifteen, no more K.P., and caps and gowns for dignity. 

An all day comp, five flights of stairs, the Senior rings that each one wears. 

From the smoker comes the shout — "I'll never pass — I'm flunking out." 

Senior assembly, Installation, then Senior Farewell and GRADUATION. 





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SOPHIE ALEXANDER 

567 Ft. Washington Ave. New York, N. Y. 

ART 

Brownie . . . Greek lessons for Shorty and Jan . . . 
"You fiend!" . . . midnight letters . . . "Do you 
think It will work?" . . . hall dancer after ten . . . 
saucer eyes . . . serious about her art . . . "It's so 
quiet there" . . . Little Miss Alexander . . . "C'mon, 
we're already a half an hour late." 



BETTE VIRGINIA AVERY 

21 Owen Drive Maplewood, N. J. 

ART 

Tavey . . . always on the go . . . "Isn't that a riot!!" 
. . . originality in everything . . . Swartzie . . . 
twelve chocolate puddings at one sitting . . . Out- 
ing Club enthusiast . . . making like a monkey 
. . . boys will be boys . . . girls never make passes 
at boys who wear glasses. 




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FRANCES BARRETT 

1 West 72nd Street New York, N. Y. 

HISTORY 

Frannv . . . contemplative dynamite . . . Mabel 
. . . Howard Fast and the Soviet Union . . . literally 
lives in the library . . . Wochica . . . "There will 
be a meeting ..." Will fight for freedom any- 
where . . . "No, but you don't understand" . . . 
does her best with Miss Warren's files . . . Sun- 
day Evening Rec Center hostess. 



JANET BINKS 



Garfield Avenue Middletown, Conn. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Jinx . . . that determined stride . . . "Patience and 
fortitude" . . . learned her lesson in bangs . . . 
"Berit showed me how" . . . works hard and plays 
hard . . . midnight cigarettes and the never-follow- 
ed schedules ... a dreamer with objectivity . . . 
inarticulate without her hands. 



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GLORIA BIREN 



1665 East 27th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ART AND PHILOSOPHY 

Gloria . . . interior decorator all her own . . . double 
major . . . they line up from here to the other side 
of Poughkeepsie . . . tea with cream . . . will fight 
for what she wants ... a card file of favorite 
quotations . . . graceful and easy. 



DORIS CAROL BLUESTEIN 

425 Eighteenth Avenue Paterson, N.J. 

NURSING 

Doris . . . the nursing profession's contribution to 
Harry Conover . . . what, home again? . . . "gotta 
study now ... no more playing" . . . sports, rah, 
rah . . . "Where'd Rita go?" ... oh so neat in 
uniform but you should see her when she gets 
dolled up . . . twiddles with her hair . . . "Where 
you goin'?" . . . quiet is as quiet does. 




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JOYCE BOGGS 



272 State Street Lowville, N. Y. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Judy . . . the life of any party . . . "C'mon down for 
a cigarette" . . . flirty eyes and oh, what a dancer 
. . . Lowville with a capital L . . . Lonnie . . . 
"But I don't understand" . . . Other People's . . . 
"My Gawd!" . . . U-N-I-O-N . . . never know 
what to expect . . . fliberty-gibbet. 



GRACE MARIE BRILL 

763 Clove Road Staten Island, N. Y. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Free . . . "Want me to take you somewhere?" . . . 
the "good book and cozy fireplace" type . . . 
Blackie's favorite roommate . . . "Let's think up 
something exciting to do" . . . that Bacall look! 
. . . after-dinner piano virtuoso . . . keeps hoping 
for the chance to have time to do everything she 
wants to do. 



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JEANNE CAROL BRONS 

9474 218 Street Queens \'illaoe, L. I. 

BUSINESS 

Guz . . . has breaking her neck down to a system 
. . . "He's a sweetie pie" . . . "Where's Joe?" . . . 
"I'm mad for it" . . . Joe . . . feather cut specialist 
. . . chin wiggler ... "I wouldn't frown on that" 
. . . mayonnaise and beer . . . "No I can't; Joe 
doesn't have any money." 



MARJORIE BUCKLEY 



20 Basset Road 



Brockton, Mass. 



FRENCH 



Bucky . . . "la nympha de los cabellos flotantes" 
. . . Irish wit and a terrific Boston accent ... is 
always seen with a towel around her head . . . 
"Brockton happens to be the biggest shoe manu- 
facturing city in the country!" . . . "Rosalie, it's 
your turn to go for the mail" . . . camouflaged blue 
jeans . . . dill pickles and milk . . . right on hand 
for the Sunday symphony. 




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MYRTIS STRONG CAIROLI 



Perry Lane 



Up 
ENGLISH 



N. Y. 



Bunny . . . "hut, but, hut, listen ...".,. "Upper 
Nyack, on the west side of the Hudson, right 
across the river from Sing Sing" . . . Dr. Bolton's 
favorite secretary . . . "Me? Rationalizing?" . . . 
"I've had five years of German and now I can say 
'ya' and 'ncin' ". . . Singing to Bunny. 



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CALISTA ANNE CALDOW 

R. R. 17, Box No. 55 Indianapolis, Ind. 

DRAMA 

Callie . . . "This is the nuts, kids!" . . . cat-cradler 
. . . "Do I have to sing in this play?" . . . crossword 
puzzles in the bathtub . . . the sense of humor we 
couldn't do without . . . instigator of riots . . . 
"Yeah, this is just swell!" . . . "Pass the piano 
around" . . . Can't do her justice. 



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BARBARA JANE CAMERON 

124 Herrick Road Southampton, N. Y. 

ENGLISH 

Cam, Camie . . . "My deah" . . . Polly . . . "As a 
matter of fact — " . . . Power behind All-College 
. . . "What dear?" . . . dark hair and eyes 
which reflect her mood . . . "crumped again!'' 
... a tremendous amount on the ball . . . 
everything from Beowulf to Thomas Hardy. 



JANET ELIZABETH CARROLL 

36 Jefferson Road Scarsdale, N. Y. 

ENGLISH 

Jan . . . witty and delightful . . . "Geeze Maureez" 
. . . hates alarm clocks, term papers, and very 
blind dates . . . hilarious story teller . . . the ex- 
pressive eyebrow . . . "all my friends are engaged" 
. . . wants a cute house equipped with everything 
but brooms and mops . . . "hey, listen — " 




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HELEN PATRICIA CHAPMAN 

182 Hamlin Road Buffalo, N. Y. 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 

Pat . . . super screwball . . . "This is an endurance 
test" . . . 113 lbs! . . . speaks in similies . . . "As a 
bridge player you'd make a better plumber" . . . 
can't get along with herself in a single . . . "The 
lights are out and my eyes are still going!" . . 
an expression for every occasion. 



NANCY BELLE CHILDS 



Deerfield, Mass. 
BUSINESS 



teaching 
"Back in 



Nanny . . . her sister's blue jeans 

Stretchie to sing . . . Accounting! 

Deerfield we — " . . . takes being an aunt very, 

very seriously . . . sneezes with her eyes open . . . 

another variety of waitress . . . "Wait for Nancy." 

. . . Deena . . . "This weather's bad for the farmers." 



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MARY TERESA CHILSON 

1230 Post Road Scarsdale, N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Chili . . . speed demon just full of zip . . . bright 
as a new penny . . . late hours and black coffee . . . 
ear to ear grin . . . "It's too late to take a bath" 
. . . coffee cups and silver, courtesy of Mrs. Boyce 
. . . knows where she's going . . . photographic 
mind and she doesn't need to study. 



ADELAIDE ANN CONLON 

38 FoxcROFT Road West Hartford, Conn. 

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING 

Bunny . . . "I'll get my hat and go with you" . . . 
Jan . . "Let's have a me night" . . . Ming Toy . . . 
"Hello, tree" . . . the infallible sense of humor 
. . . "Oh no, hon, it isn't that" . . . different and 
delirious . . . "I'm here to sell ads for Eromdiks." 





MARIA DA CARMO CUNHA 

R. Herculano do Freitas 317, Casa 7, San Paulo, 
Brazil 

ENGLISH 

Maria . . . samba lessons in the hall . . . "Sure, 
now" . . . phooey to Carmen Miranda . . . Carminka 
. . . "My skirts are getting shorter" . . . Portuguese 
lessons and translations free . . . "California, here 
I come" . . . knits with the yarn around her neck 
... a boon to Pan-Americanism. 



CARYL GUSHING 

10 Summit Avenue 



Amsterdam, N. Y. 



ART 



Cush . . . "hey, Sis" . . . gift of gab . . . "Me? I never 
could do that!" . . . The Arts! . . . "Kids, 
what am I gonna do?" . . . Amsterdam, teeming 
•metropolis . . . "Just let me tell you." . . . spends 
her art classes in O'Malley's . . . Irish is as Irish 
does . . . "You know what I mean?" ... "I 
wouldn't know, I'm an art major." 



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JEAN ELIZABETH DAUER 

3513 Livingston St., N. W. Washington, D. C. 

ENGLISH 

Jea . . . "These are my rejection slips" . . . hark 
hark, the ark . . . "No, I don't smoke" . . . MJ and 
Ellen ... "I shoudda stood in bed" . . . the rice of 
the universities . . . "But dawlin', why didn' yo 
tell me — ?" . . . one of the 24 Maxes . . . "Duuh" 
. . . the McWifFerty type . . . the incorruptible one 
of the English department. 



CAROLINE ELIZABETH DAVIS 

810 North Main Avenue Scranton, Pa. 

ART 

Carol . . . Christopher Robin and Winnie-the- 
Pooh . . . another one of the crossword-puzzlers 
. . . "Has anybody got any food?" . . . Marriage 
and the Family ... "I am not sweet and innocent" 
. . . unforgettable sophomore triple . . . Snitz . . . 
memoir collector . . . neat as a pin but lots cuter. 




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DORIS DAVIS 

365 West End Avenue 



New York City 



ART 



Dee ... jus a 'lil old-fashioned girl . . . "I'm the 
kind truck drivers whistle at" . . . finds long 
enough words for such a little girl . . . "You ain't 
just flipping your lip, kid" . . . Gloria . . . bridge 
addict . . . West End Avenue stories . . . coffee 
makes her that way . . . Becky and Sammy. 



MARY FRANCES DEPPEN 

25 Newport Avenue West Hartford, Conn. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Polly . . . "What was that you said?" . . . Cam . . . 
the perfect girl for Phys Ed. camp . . . collects 
friends . . . "Why don't I study?" . . . the Misfit 
Club . . . "Somebody help me." ... "I just want 
to go home so badly." . . . the very well-worn 
dungarees. 



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MARY LOUISE SNYDER DOLPH 



1661 Wyoming Avenue 

ART 



SCRANTON, Pa. 



Snicz . . .'Mrs. Dolph . . . "Kenny says — " . . . the 
whole room on the floor ... is finally at the right 
end of the alphabet . . . Kenny . . . art education 
for young Saratogians . . . "Married life is the nuts" 
. . . Kenny . . . could sleep for days and still not 
have enough . . . good natured and original . . . 
Kenny. 



JANE HAMMOND DRISKO 

56 Fairview Avenue Belmont, Mass. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Blackie . . . "I'm just putterin' around" . . . un- 
predictable . . . Free . . . "Where d'l leave my 
cigarettes?" . . . impish and into everything . . . 
pert and lively . . . Gentlemen and Jane . . "You 
did!!" . . . Little Miss Drisko's big boys at 
Public School No. 4 . . . hockey after hours. 




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DORIS JEAN DUNKEL 

28 KiNGSBORO Avenue Gloversville, N. Y, 

BUSINESS 

Do, Dunk . . . always honors . . . "Hi, hon" . . . 
the Pepstident Smile . . . Great city of Gloversville 
. . . has a mathematical table to determine when her 
mail should arrive . . . almost the feminine counter- 
part to Byron Nelson . . . spends her time watching 
other girls smoke . . . beer in her Senior year . . . 
The Perfect Secretary. 



ELIZABETH F. EASTBURN 

148 East State Street Doylestown, Pa. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Sis . . . The Egyptian Dance . . . "Swoosh" . . . 
potential All-American Everything . . . shoe collec- 
tion . . . "Doing" . . . gum snapper . . . Who's that 
little girl? . . . loose-limbed leotard lizard . . . 
promptness is not one of her virtues . . . Shinney 
. . . the Cochrane Pool kid . . . small, but packs a 
wallop. 



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CYNTHIA EDGAR 



Old Army Road Bernardsville, N.J. 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 

Cynny . . . Big plans . . . full of ideas which she 
manages to carry out . . . "Higgie, come talk to 
me" . . . crossword puzzle expert . . . "Listen, 
woman — " . , . scuffing red slippers . . . "What 
are we up to now?" . . . acid holes in dungarees 
. . . the good humor woman. 



EVELYN EHRENFREUND 

Owl Kill Farm Eagle Bridge, N. Y. 

NURSING 

Evie . . . cute little pug nose . . . Peppy, perky and 
always on the go . . . Riding at the ranch or a 
weekend in New York . . . "Well, gee whiz" . . . 
Loves that upstate New York country. 




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MARY ALICE EMMONS 



816 Olive Street 



SCRANTON, Pa. 



NURSING 



Yah . . . always has something to say . . . "While 
you're up--" . . . "I'm hungry and penniless" . . . 
looks like a nurse but wishes she didn't ... in- 
comprehensible jokes . . . Scraaanton . . . "Let's 
take a taxi" . . . spends her time knitting and 
avoiding exertion . . . plays at the piano. 



ANNA FABER 

360 West Market Street York, Pa. 

NURSING 
Fabe . . . York's future public school nurse . . . 
morale builder . . . "My hair!" . . . dimple deluxe 
. . . perfectionist in bedside manner . . . the B.M.T. 
to Brooklyn . . . one of the bridge-playing nurses 
. . . subtle humor . . . loves long-haired music 
with a few short-haired numbers thrown in. 



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MERILYN VIRGINIA FAYEN 

34 Normandy Lane New Rochelle, N. Y. 

BUSINESS 

Lyn, Lynnie . . . merry sunshine . . . "Jo-ey" . . . 
even tempered and happy-go-lucky . . . "What 
was your first clue?" . . . hates to be hurried . . . 
interpretations of the Ballet Russe . . . spontaneous 
smile. . . "Don't be guppy" . . . Joey's soakers . . . 
week-end farmerette . . . can't stay away from 
Maine in the summer. 



MAE LOUISE FINKBEINER 

2515 Harrison Avknue Cincinnati, Ohio 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Caledonia . . . Claire Booth Finkbeiner . . . "In 
my professional opinion, and you may quote me — " 
. . . Finkbeiner for Dean ..." 'I'm sophisticated' 
she said" ... 21 beers for a dollar . . . has the 
Faculty around her little finger . . . Ambition: 
Somebody who IS Somebody; Destiny: President 
of Ohio's WCTU. 




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BARBARA FITCH 

69 BoNNYviEW Road West Hartford, Conn. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Fitchie . . . efficient as a government official . . . 
"Do you think Union would go on a canoe trip?" 
. . . Carnival Queen material . . . "What am I 
going to do about this?" . . . miles of smiles . . . 
"May I speak to Fitchie, please" . . . the sky was 
made before roofs. 



PEGGY JIM FLEISHER 

224 East Church Road Elkins Park, Pa. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Peggy Jim, P.J. . . . whimsical . . . "These are real 
poils" . . . can always be depended on to say some- 
thing original . . . perpetual bib at meals . . . con- 
stantly untangling her own confused mix-ups . . . 
A "Portia Faces Life" fan . . . troubles with the 
Adirondack Trust . . . specialist in tailored suits 
. . . Our Peggy Jim. 



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BETTY ANN FOWLER 



50 RosEMONT Street 



Hartford, Conn. 



SPANISH 



B.A. . . . sensible and conscientious . . . "Hi, 
chicken" . . . Most Courteous Girl on Campus . . . 
will knock herself out to help anyone . . . Chickie, 
the indispensable dog . . . the other Fowler . . . 
argyles for the many . . . the perfect House Coun- 
selor. 



RITA IVES FOWLER 

Box 124 MiDDLEFIELD, CoNN. 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 

Rita . . . good for what ails you . . . "Think I'll 
crump" . . . Belle . . . known for late hours and no 
breakfast . . . ' 'We need $600 by tomorrow morning" 
. . . "No thanks, I don't smoke" . . . can be found 
anywhere and everywhere . . . Rita and the WCTU 
. . . keen sense of values and a zest for living. 




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LORRAINE FRIBERG 



25 Nelson Strkkt Barrk, Vt. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Lunt . . . docs her best to keep Skidmore Hall on 
an even keel . . . the emphatic "well!" . . . "You 
want to take my car?" . . . Hooten and Phyl . . . 
"Come on, boys, break it up, break it up" . . . 
"Well now, I don't know" . . . murderer of the 
King's English. 



MARY FYFFE 

15 South Hillside Place Ridgewood, N.J. 

ART 

Mary . . . lives for oil painting but does all right 
by her thumbnail sketches . . . the afternoon siesta 
. . . "Rumate" . . . veteran knitter . . . "Where's 
the redhead" . . . kicks up her feet when she walks 
. . . laughs when she talks . . . "Mother and I have 
the best time" . . . simply priceless. 



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LUCILLE GABRIEL 



790 Riverside Drive 



New York, N. Y. 



ART 



Midge . . . paint-smeared and unpredictable . . . 
"I feel just like screaming" . . . Skippy . . . burning 
the midnight oil . . . "How much do you know?" 
. . . knits in strips . . ."Life begins at So'clock" . . . 
practical joker . . . just the girl for a studio 
in Greenwich Village. . . "How's about a cigar- 
ette?" 



PHYLLIS CHAMPION GEIPEL 

129 CoDwiSE Avenue New Brunswick, N. J. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Skippy. . . "TheStudentExchange will be open — " 
. . . "But defF." . . . Midge . . . "Oh I can't pos- 
sibly" . . . blue-eyed men and shrimp cocktails . . . 
"New Jersey was never like this!" . . . partial to 
everything and everybody . . . "Oh go on!" . . . 
the word is magnanimity . . . shy smile. 





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JUDITH ANN GELLERT 

157 East 39th Street New York, N. Y. 

ENGLISH 

Judy . . . one of the willowy ones . . . "Ah'll kill 
ya" . . . Gellert & Fowler, hairtwisting . , . loves 
all things palatable . . . "Ah'm a bad girl" . . . 
creative creature . . . New Yorker of the real vari- 
ety . . . The Cat's Paw . . . Janie and the Twins . . . 
the Gay Philosopher. 



BETTE GIESELER 



114 Ellis Avenue 



Jamestown, N. Y. 



ART 



Bets . . . Day Dreamer ... a room with a view . . . 
"Oh, I'll write him tomorrow" . . . Marj . . . artis- 
tic in all ways . . . "strawberry & chocolate" . . . 
MacFinns instead of O'Malley's . . . "Oh God- 
frey" . . . jitterbugger in the halls . . . the Fifth 
Avenue look . . . "Let's do something exciting!!" 



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ELEANOR GOETZ 

44 Shore Park Road Great Neck, N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Ely . . . unpredictable strawberry blonde . . . "Ya 
know what?" . . . Paula . . . partial to scallions, 
redheads, and Southern Comfort . . . one of Ma 
Goldsmith's original children . , . "Really? No!" 
. . . The Four Year Plan, or, let's all wear Paula's 
clothes . . . "roommates always come too short" 
... a soci major with plans. 



SALLY SUTTON GOODNOW 

131 Lake Avenue Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

NURSING 
Sal . . . "Wes — he's wonderful — Wes" . . , com- 
pany's always welcome at the Goodnow's . . . 
sensational driver in "Winnie" . . . "I've been 
instructed how to cook" . . . infectious good hu- 
mor . . . Wes ... "I can't go to class today — the 
man is coming to fix the stove, " 




loz 




GABRIELLE GOTTLIEB 

65 Central Park West New York, N. Y. 

FRENCH 

Gaby . . . Vogue College Girl . . . queen of the silver 
skates . . . Neenie . . . "No I can't — I must study" 
. . . raisins by the boxes . . . "Have you any sug- 
gestions about this room?" . . . the original ballet 
slippers . . . "He's my nephew" . . . From Switzer- 
land in '41 and thinks she'll stay awhile. 



NANCY GRAHAM 



117 OvERHiLL Road 



Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. 



ART 



Nancy . . . never a minute to spare . . . Nikki , . . 
"No, no, that couldn't be right" . . . 47's record: 
the same roommate for four years . . . "Ye Gods!" 
. . . lives for the summer and Ocean City . . . "Do 
you know I have to wash my hair again!" . . . 
never makes out a schedule that doesn't get fouled 
up somewhere along the line . . . slow shuffle. 



103 



JANET BASSET GRETZLER 

370 Ocean Terrace Dongan Hills, S. I., N. Y. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Jan . . . December bride . . . "Oh, you repulse me." 
. . . HomeEc. for a purpose ... "I could die!" . . . 
loves pop corn, the 9 o'clock mail, weepy movies, 
and married life . . . "This sloppy room!" . . . 
"My work is going to the dogs" . . . always has 
to answer the phone . . . NORTON. 



RUTH GRIMSHAW 

89-08 187th Place Hollis, Long Island, N. Y. 

ENGLISH 

Ruthie . . . Miss Upton's indispensable woman , . . 
smokes with her eyes closed . . . "Simply wonder- 
ful" . . . Janie's "Grim" ... to teach or not to 
teach . . . interminable nose-blowing . . . Ilona 
Massey's double . . . the before-bed cigarette . . . 
The A girl of the English department ... ice cubes 
in her coffee. 




104 




BETTE GUILFOIL 

347 Third Street Newburgh, N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Bette . . . millions of bottles in each bureau drawer 
. . . "Just a few more hands" . . . Gigglefoil . . . the 
remaining single earring . . . "My Grandma!" . . . 
Man . . . pink and blue . . , Gargoyle . . . spelling 
does not come naturally . . . "I'm from the South" 
. . . Ferry to Newburgh . . . the perfect prom 




MARIAN ELIZABETH HAINES 

501 East Main Street Moorestown, N. J. 

NURSING 

Betty . . . perfect for Dr. Kildare . . . "Coax me" 
. . . responsible for what happened to Jo's hair . . . 
cover girl . . . give her the wide open spaces . . . 
tries to keep the boresome foursome in line . . . 
"Uh-huh" . . . The Simple Life . . . Moorestown, 
the residential town of distinction. 



105 



MARY JANE HALSEY 

44 Westland Avenue West Hartford, Conn. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Moo . . . dynamo behind Skidmore News . . . 
weekly appointment with the Printer ... "I want 
to do something constructive" . . . intense dis- 
cussion at 1 AM . . . "That's swell, thank's a lot" 
. . . Big small fry, always whizzing around . . . 
"I haven't got a thing to do." 



BARBARA HAMMOND 

18 Odell Avenue Yonkers, N. Y. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Bobbie . . . they tell her she's an outdoor girl . . . 
a big ballroom, a Strauss waltz, and that perfect 
partner . . . "If it's chocolate I don't want any" 
. . . casual, considerate, and conscientious . . . 
philosophical poetry which she reads aloud . . . 
subtle humor without the sarcasm. 




106 




JEAN HARRISON 

Rh-Je Farm, Colt's Neck Road, Freehold, N. ). 

MATHEMATICS 

Shorty . . . never still a minute . . . loss of wander- 
lust . . . says what she thinks . . . knits on ten 
things at once, and they all get done together . . . 
the one and only Math major . . . short stuff . . . 
D.N"s at four, no matter what the world situation 
. . . "Hurry up, hurry up — I can't wait all day" 
. . . short tangent. 



ELEANOR MAY HART 

Deansboro, N. Y. 

BUSINESS 

Lea . . . one of the Guz-Jan-Joe ensemble . . . "You 
know what I mean!:" ... is sure she will be a certi- 
hed public accountant . . . lovely hair (quick 
Guz, the shears) . . . country gal from down on 
the farm . . . remember the 104 smoker? . . . the 
girl with the giddy giggle. 



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ANNE ELISE HAYES 



18 William Street 



Clinton, N. Y. 



FRENCH 



Anne . . .' "Je ne pooh pas" . . . lovable scatter- 
brain . . . rapid-fire conversationalist . . . "Have 
you tried to do this?" . . . knits with a vengeance 
. . . "This darn Saratoga weather" . . . breezy 
independence . . . "This is impossible" ... as 
affectionate as a cocker spaniel . . . the harrassed 
Raggedy-Anne. 



MARGARET ANN HEDGES 

13 Harcourt Road Scarsdale, N. Y. 

TEXTILES 

Peggy, Piglet . . . keeps Sue in hysterics . . . Scars- 
dale shrimp . . . such a lot of energy for such a 
little girl . . . "Peggy, you are so beautiful" . . . 
"It doesn't fit right" . . . Hedgewire . . . "I'm an 
aunt twice." . . . always a problem for everyone to 
solve . . . blanket permission enigma . . . Pigalo 
Bush. 




108 




JEAN KEEPER HENNESSY 

1541 Lexington Parkway Schenectady, N. Y. 

BIOLOGY 

Jeanie . . . Schenectady commuter . . . "Think so?" 
. . . Frenesi-Hennessy . . . "Riddle" ... a room 
with four walls and one right angle . . . any 
weather just so she can ski . . . knitwit . . . "Well, 
we can all go to my house." . . . "No!" . . . Ire- 
land's own. 



VIRGINIA ANN HERZOG 

1152 Oxford Road, N. E. Atlanta, Ga. 

ENGLISH 

Ginny ... "I have an ahdea!" . . . hates martyrs 
and people who study at night . . . Jo . . . "Anyone 
know how to fix a generator?" . . . The ukulele 
. . . knows all words to all songs . . . "What we 
need is some action" . . . Procrastinator from 'way 
back . . . classes were made to doodle through. 



109 



MARION HESS 



3 East 66th Street New York, N. Y. 

ENGLISH 

Ron, Ronnie . . . Moo's bulwark on News . . . 
"I'd like to — " . . . Ronnie and her Dad . , . en- 
viable disposition ... "I like traveling most of 
all — maybe even to Egypt" . . . always has to do 
the big planning . . . "This gurgling sink will 
almost play a tune for you" . . . writes for the pure 
fun of it . . . can't keep a surprise quiet. 



DORIS HIGGINS 



135 Newark Avenue Bloomheld, N. J. 

FRENCH 

Higgie . . . "I'll worry about that later" . . . built 
close to the ground . . . "Oh joyous" . . . "I'll get 
by" . . . Problem: how to get her nose tan with the 
rest of her face . . . Cinnie . . . "Parlez-vous 
frangais senorita" . . . "Hi kids," in a falsetto 
voice . . . The Cheerful Cherub. 




110 




PHYLLIS HOFFMAN 

87 TdMPKiNS Street Cortland, N. Y. 

BIOLOGY 

Phyl . . . efficiency plus . . . can do without cauli- 
flower and brussel sprouts but will certainly miss 
the floating island . . . "Pretend like this is Church 
and please be quiet" . . . pennies for the piggy 
bank . . . "Well, vou have no idea -" . . . part of 
the "hariiumious" whole ... "I wish this year 
would hurr\' up." 



JOANNE HOLBROOK 



217 Court Street 



Keene, N. H. 



SOCIOLOGY 



Jo . . . "Little Jo" with the big personality . . . 
hogged the Special List and monopolized the 
phone booth . . . partial to redheads . . . "That's 
for the laughs" . . . one stem glasses . . . "What a 
bunch of dull tools!!" . . . Dartmouth, 1917-1947 
... a Soci paper always due . . . party-party. 



Ill 



LOIS JANE HOLZMAN 

102-45 86th Avenue, Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. 

NURSING 

Lois, Chloe . . . takes a lot of teasing but takes it 
very well . . . famous mispronunciations . . . "I'm 
supposda be on duty but I hadda eat, din' I?" . . . 
days off to Long Island . . , the "quiet, soothing" 
type . . . don't start her laughing . . . "This can't 
possibly be done." 




JOAN ELIZABETH HOUGHTON 

115 South Cliff Street Ansonia, Conn. 

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING 

Joanie, Hooten . . . ever heard her laugh? . . . "Don't 
lose it!" . . . keeps a party moving . . . Joanie with 
the laughing face . . . "Isn't that hysterical" . . . 
baby courses here, baby courses there . . . The 
Darktown Strutters Ball . . . tedious hours in the 
smoker . . . Ambition: seamstress for the Queen of 
England. 




112 




MARIAN ELIZABETH HUBBELL 

12 Berkeley Street Norwalk, Conn. 

NURSING 

Hub . . . "Where's the sulfa glop?" . . . perennial 
hostler with destination west of the Mississippi 
. . . hair with a personality of its own . . . loves to 
show off her brother's boat and lobster pots . . . 
"I got troubles" . . . "What happened to the 
penicillin ointment?" . . . even Mt. Washington 
can be a trial. 



MARGARET JACKSON 



730 Fairmount Avenue 

DRAMA 



St. Paul, Minn. 



Meg . . . the perfect stage maid ... "I will learn to 
inhale" . . . Jackson & Ray, Drafting, Inc. . . . 
Stassen for President . . . "No, no, Minnesota 
couldn't have lost" . . . the unconquerable room in 
West . . . "But Teacher can't reject my third 
seminar" ... A most unforgettable character. 



113 



FLORENCE HARDING JENNEY 

27 Hilton Avenue Garden City, N. Y. 

ENGLISH 

Fluff . . . "Just let me tell you one more thing" 
. . . famous for Zu-Zu Cookies and the Amoeba 
. . .Joyce, Gail, and Fluff with the two-year triple 
. . . Jorence Flenny . . . "How exciting" . . . cigar- 
ette only after a crisis . . . "G.C. Garden Spot of 
the earth" . . . vitality all her own. 



EMILY JOHNSON 



CooLiDGE Road Marblehead, Mass 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Venus on the Half Shell 
lots of Christmas spirit . . 



Emmy 



sport! 
head . 



the first skunk in the hollow 



with Callie and Nan . . . 
the Sundeck People . . 
laughs so hard she cries. 



'Oh shud up" 
Franconia Notch 



• ■ "Hey, 
Maaaable- 
. mad life 
. . . one of 




114 




LEONA S. KAPLAN 

138 South Hamilton St. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

FRENCH 

Le . . . knows what "Skidmore is talking about" 
before anyone else . . . responsibility is a virtue 
. . . "My gawd, I've got five articles to write m 
twenty minutes" . . . blue jeaned linguist with 
dark brown eyes . . . Poughkeepsie, pearl of New 
York state . . . doodlebug. 



PHYLLIS ANN KARP 

69 Urban Street Stamford, Conn. 

ENGLISH 

Phyl . . . editor of Karpers Bazaar . . . "Isn't that 
INteresting?!!" . . . gypsy for a night at the 
Junior's State Fair . . . classy chassis . . . Lunt and 
Hooten . . . "Yeah, me too" . . . the laugh's the 
thing . . . china pigs with dollar bills in them . . . 
mighty are the preparations before she finally gets 
to bed. 



115 



JOANNE KELLOGG 

2316 FoRESTViEw Road Evanston, III. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Jo . . . "I haven't got time for culture" . . . The 
Ancient Charm . . . "You should see me sewing!" 
. . . Ginny . . . Winter Carnival '45 . ■ . "My 
mother would just die!" . . . The Great Story 
Teller . . . "Funny?!!" . . . "We'll clean the room 
next week!!" . . . Collects everything . . . "Dining 
Car in Opposite Direction." 



BARBARA KENT 



41 Deepdale Drive Great Neck, N. Y. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Babs . . . should have season tickets to Carnegie 
Hall ... "It has possibilities" . . . Nat . . . loathes 
liver and leeches . . . has a way with dates and 
data . . . Heaven will protect the working girl . . . 
all this and a Masters too . . . colorful tempera- 
ment. 




116 




MARY ELIZABETH KEYWORTH 

262 Chestnut Street Gardner, Mass. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Mary, Keys . . . friendly devilment . . . "Whad'da 
ya bet that's my mother on the phone" . . . likes 
everything her roommate doesn't . . . good talker 
but a better listener . . . "Rabbit" . . . wonderful 
wife for some lucky guy . . . Frances . . . Sunday 
dinner at Walt and Ethel's. 



SIBYL VAUGHAN KIRBY 



215 Grove Street 



Rutland, Vt. 



SOCIOLOGY 



Seaball . . . tennis terror . . . "Oh no!" . . . Fluff 
. . . small talk, big talk . . . thrower of paper 
napkins across the table . . . wim, wigor, and 
witality . . . A.A.'s Prexy ... a skirt means she's 
stepping out . . . the three perplexing problems of 
Life. . . . contagious laugh . . . The Hills of Ver- 
mont. 



117 



JOYCE KOUWENHOVEN 

107 Meadbrook Road, Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 
NURSING 

Joyce . . . "Oh swell!" . . . aversion to laundry 
shutes . . . reserved with a ready smile . . . Shrimp 
. . . "Wait 'til my father sees this mess of a check- 
book" . . . well groomed for any occasion . . . 
enviable wave in her hair . . . Claire's "Lucy" . . . 
thoughts always return to dreams of blue conver- 
tible. 



MARJA-LOU LANGEMEIER 

1900 Albemarle Road Brooklyn, N. Y. 

PSYCHOLOGY 
Marja . . . "Musn't bid on a three card suit" . . . 
Broadway and greasepaint . , . Bette . , . "Dear 
Folks" ... the 2nd cup of coffee . . . "When the 
door IS closed we are anti-social" . . . Flatbush, 
rah, rah. . . . "Is he tall?" ... "I never blush" 
"Movies, hum? Bets? Jan?" 




118 




JANET DEMISE LAUER 

177 East Amherst Street Buffalo, N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Jan . . . facial expressions and priceless imitations 
. . . Stradivari . . . "This is my verb wheel" . . . 
the girl with the Matchebelli concession . . . 
"Blame it on poor circulation" . . . Bunny . . . 
those wonderful cram notes . . . "Bun, will you 
listen to my lines?" . . . "Miss Ferguson and I 
have talked this all over." 



MAJORIE ANN LEHMANN 

41 Fifth Avenue New York, N. Y. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Jerry . . . would rather swim than walk . . . "gee, 
Psych is a relaxing course" . . . made dance recitals 
worth going to . . . "it's the rhythm in Life that 
counts" . . . limber lassie . . . great Hanover 
enthusiast . . . music by Ellington . . . the sun 
tanned blonde. 



119 



DELORES LEROY 



16 Highland Place Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 

NURSING 

Dee . . . lightning sense of hunn)r . . . loves a day 
off so she can go home . . . makes you feel like a 
million dollars . . . Mel . . . belongs to a Skidmore 
family . . . super giggle . . . crocheting that eternal, 
(infernaH afgan . . . Don't her loud pajamas keep 
her awake? . . . likes nursing except for mending 
uniforms. 



MARIE GRACE LI 



22 Thompson Park Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y. 

SPANISH 
Mane . . . the type you'd like to come home to 



"Boy, you should see my sisters' 



thi 



eyes! 



'Oh, kids, now honestly" . . . definitely 
of the feminme gender . . , "C'mon, rise and shine" 
. . . always a ribbon in her hair . . . "You're 
kidding!" 




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JEANNE LIOTA 



159 SuNNYSiDE Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. 

NURSING 

Dickie . . . lovely to look at and very nice to know 
. . . prefers med students . . . movies every night 
. . . "Where's Magda?" . . . "Oh that makes me 
sooooo mad!" . , . "What's wrong with Brook- 
lyn?" . . . quick to catch on and always has a 
come-hack . . . sleep cycle which never gets off 
schedule. 



STELLA DICKINSON UPPHARD 



Franklin Avenue 

BUSINESS 



YoNI. 



N. Y 



Stel . . . "I'm trying to scrape up enough money to 
pay Profile's bills." . . . never quite decided . . . 
"Have you seen Jane this morning?" . . . quiet and 
unassuming . . . "Oh honestly, that man!" . . . 
Stel's the wardrobe mistress . . . "To say the least." 
. . . the flu episode — or, "Where's the rail?" 



121 



MARI MAHLER 



96 Garden Road Scarsdale, N. Y. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Man . . . bubbling infectiousness . . . "Gee kids, I 
could hardly carry ail my mail today" . . . should 
get a commission from the HB Coughdrop Co. . . . 
Bette . . . "I'll take one bite and you can have all 
the rest" . . . enthusiastic walk . . . "Well, gee 
whiz' ' . . . mind of her own. 



KATHERINE MAYO 



27 Harvard Street 



Laconia, N. H. 



ART 



Kitty . . . Irish thru 'n thru . . ."Oh propwash". . . 
at home on skiis . . . "Let's wrestle, Roomie" . . . 
smoker at 1 AM . . . Wes . . . "Two brothers are 
good training" . . . always behind the class of '47 
. . . "If you had freckles you wouldn't say so" . . . 
sincere interest in the workings of Skidmore . . . 
can be found wherever there's a meeting. 




122 




MABEL MOUZON McCOY 

2151-NW 6th Place Miami, Fla. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Mabe . . . "Oh my!" . . . King Cole Trio . . . 
allergic to superficiality, reactionaries, and dirt . . . 
pigtails to pompadour . . . Miami Nights . . . 
Fran . . . Seven orchids on Valentine's Day . . . 
quiet, intelligent, and lovely . . . Mabel, Mabel, 
sweet and able. 



VIOLA McCUTCHEON 



BiRCHWOOD 



MiDDLETOWN, CoNN, 



ART 



Wowie . . . not what goes with red hair . . . "Non- 
chalent" vs. "Rocket" . . . "The beast!" . . . 
clashes when she blushes . . . boots and saddles . . . 
artistry is her nature ... set designer deluxe . . . 
the green eyebrows ... in good humor except 
when it interferes with her sleep . . . The Sunrise 
Grin. 



123 



JAYNE MARIE McGRATH 

41 Waterbury Street Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

BUSINESS 

Peppy . . . ANIMATED . . . one of the senior 
day students . . . champagne conversationalist . . . 
speed demon on skates . . . men, speaking in gen- 
eralities . . . the perfect sweater and skirt gal . . . 
blonde with an Ipana smile . . . Miss Subways of 
1948 . . . John's Other Wife. 



LOUISE Mc HENRY 

Fort Slocum New Rochelle, N. Y. 

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING 

Wheezy . . . "Leave us have a fume" . . . quiet 
humor at its best . . . Jeanie . . . nimble with a 
thimble . . . Army brat . . . knows the country 
from Hawaii to New Hampshire . . . cheesecake, 
the kind you eat ... so very, very feminine . . . 
one of the original mother-daughter education 
teams. 




124 




ROSALIE C McMANUS 

104-05 195 Street Mollis, Long Island, N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Sis . . . The Great Raaasian Plan . . . brings out the 
protective instinct in men . . . actions, not words 
. . . "Everything's moldy" . . . Cush and Bucky 
. . . Trotsky . . . the constant twitch . . . Rose . . . 
teardrops when the occasion arises . . . souvenir 
seeker . . . Thick nn)p of hair . . . quiet but doesn't 
miss a thing. 



JEANNE MARIE McNULTY 

73 Lefferts Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

McNut . . . first in good horsemanship . . . Poppa's 
surprise packages . . . loves the stable smell . . . 
suits by the dozen . . . "not very bitter" . . . pic- 
tures of "just men" . . . that Brooklyn accent . . . 
"Ride a Cock Horse" . . . answers a// letters . . . 
"Come help me off with my boots." 



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SARAH ELIZABETH MEEK 



Meadow Road 



Riverside, Conn. 



HISTORY 



Sally . . . "Greetings and Salutations" . . . talks 
and types a blue streak . . . "I'm selling Time, 
Life, and Fortune — special rates for veterans" . . . 
alarm clock 7:30; breakfast 7:31 ■■ • "How's every 
little thing?" . . . our "Good Samaritan" . . . 
"and it only cost $4.35 for six minutes ! ! !" 




ALICE JOAN MEIER 

335 Beechmont Drive New Rochelle, N. Y. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Al . . . the bathtub monotone, or the poor man's 
soprano . . . "You made a funny!" . . . "how can 
people be so cheery at breakfast?" . . . Barbie . . . 
"That's a goodie." . . . Columbia, her second 
alma mater ... A better dressed brunette . . . 
smile with a squint. 




126 




PAULETTA MORRISON MENK 

5 University Court South Orange, N.J. 

ART 

Pauletta, Menkski . . . "Oh ho!" . . . can't live 
without chewing gum . . . "What have we here?" 
. . . loves antiquated blue jeans and meeting repre- 
sentatives from all accredited men's colleges . . . 
"Like unto this" . . . spends hours laughing at 
P.J. . . . tortoise shell glasses with matching 
accessories. 



MARJORIE MILLER 

171 Mayhew Drive South Orange, N.J. 

HISTORY 

Cissie . . . black spectacles and braids . . . The 
Thesis . . . "How areeecee you?" . . . bowls over 
175 . . . Pall Mall . . . papers here, papers there . . . 
"Want me to tell you about the Republican party 
in New Hampshire?" . . . her father's tailored 
woman . . . striking in all ways. 



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MARY MADISON MILLER 

7810 Fifth Street Dexter, Mich. 

BUSINESS 

Mary . . . The Other Half . . . never speaks until 
10 AM . . . "Will you kids shut up I was fast 
asleep" . . . Denver by car !!!... all through on 
two beers . . . "Jeepers crow" . . . Janie . . . defi- 
nitely a fresh air fiend . . . love 'em and leave 'em 
. . . "Now \'irginia" . . . My Honey. 



VIRGINIA WILSON MILLER 



7810 Fifth Street 



Dexter, Mich. 



BUSINESS 



Ginny . . . "Mary makes me just furious" . . . \'8 
. . . shapely, spirited young femme fatale . . . only 
looks like a twin . . . "Wait 'til I tell you" . . . 
the perfect female outfielder . . . "This is \'irginia" 
. . . the original oh, so subtle senior . . . "How de 
doodee to you too" . . . cloraxed blue jeans. 




128 




ANN MORSE 

96 Forest Street New Britain, Conn, 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Andy . . . dungarees with plaid trimming . . . 
"Geeee, Miss Morse, you're so pretty!" . . . the 
afternoon nap taker . . . "Solid!" . . . the hack 
you love to hear . . . "Dartmouth, here we come." 
. . . Stowe venture with the Nosedive Trail . . . 
practical Andy, but gets giddy and pink once in a 
while. 



MARY GEORGENE MULLINER 

485 East Seneca Turnpike Jamesville, N. Y. 

ART 

Georgene . . . The Abbess . . . would like to be 
blond and five-foot-two . . . "We are the girls from 
the Court Street Convent" . . . yatita, yatita . . . 
"Peggy got No. 1" . . . the widow's peak . . . 
"Oh kids, let's sleep late tomorrow" ... a grin 
that's like sun on a rainy day. 



129 



JOYCE PATRICIA NATHAN 

170 West 73rd Street New York, N. Y. 

ENGLISH 

Joe . . . counterpart to Guz . . . The Bass Voice . . . 
"It's Divine!" . . . party-party . . . "Guz, I'm 
broke" . . . copper colored hair and brown eyes 
to go with it . . . "Like a mad thing in the night" 
. . . Joe with an E . . . the Irish green . . . gin 
rummy. 



BEVERLY KAYE NECKRITZ 

2124 Avenue P Brooklyn 29, N. Y. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Bev . ..-5 student, first, last, and always ... "I 
was soooo embarrassed" . . . Jackie . . . Phi Beta 
Kappa material . . . "Wait til you have a married 
roommate": '. . . Casino for a penny a point . . . 
"According to Freud" . . . small, but oh, my! . . . 
Homespun philosopher . . . that bandbox effect. 




130 




JOYCE NEWTON 



Lake Road 



Brookfield, Mass. 



ART 



Fig, Newton . . . Builder of Better Pencil Sharpeners 
. . ."Well, well, well,". . . one of the more absent 
minded ones . . . "Nigriny's gonna get an A" . . . 
suggestions for the art department . . . "That's 
just neatzy" ... 3 AM in the smoker . . . "You 
know, it's a funny thing" . . . masterpieces of 
understatement. 



BEVERLY NICHOLSON 



290 Merriam Avenue 



Leominster, Mass. 



ART 



Nikki . . . always up to something . . . Leo- 
minster, Mass. . . . Naaaancy . . . "Lawd, I feel 
like I'd been through the wringer" . . . "Yes, 
isn't that a panic!" . . . can always find a few 
words to stick in a conversation . . . "Gee it was 
the swellest paaaty" . . . "Remember in Freshman 
year we — ." 



131 



NANCY ROSE NICKUM 

10 RusLiNG Place Bridgeport, Conn. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Nicky . . . versatile knitter . . . "Oh shay not sho" 
. . . Scott House shirts and her fabulous shoe col- 
lection . . . "How ghastly!" . . . athlete with a 
ballet touch . . . super-strenuous diets . . . her Life 
is everyone elses' . . . No Gum Chewing In Class 
. . . swims with spirit . . . "Let's get on the ball!" 



JOANNE LILLAS NIGRINY 

1688 Lake Blvd. Schenectady, N. Y. 

CHEMISTRY 

Joannie . . . telling us about last week-end; day- 
dreaming about the next one . . . "You got me!" 
. . . Joyce . . . the China figurines . . . "Well, let's 
go" . . . the gal with all the answers and still she's 
"gonna flunk" . . . "Another required meeting?" 
. , . "Sure, I'll do it right now for you." 




132 





JOANNE GERTRUDE NOBLE 

72 RiDGEWOOD Road East Hartford, Conn. 

MUSIC 

Joey . . . beautiful voice but oh, that yodel . . . 
not as naive as she seems . . . Barbie and Lynnie 
. . . "Oh kids!" . . . sincere and sympathetic . . . 
miniature shoe collector ... oh to live on a farm 
by a babbling brook . . . looks the part for "Ave 
Maria" and her voice does it justice. 



ELIZABETH C NOYES 

1145 Edmands Road, Framingham Centre, Mass. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Betty . . . blushing conversationalist . . . does not 
look like a Phys Ed . . . Sepp . . . "Well, guess 
what?" . . . always on the spot with medical 
advice . . . super skiier ... red sweater to match 
Emmy's . . . answer to a teacher's prayer . . . 
memoir collector. 



133 



ALBERTA KATHERINE PERSON 

32 CoLiGNi Avenue New Rochelle, N. Y. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Bert . . . the tall, easy blonde . . . "Yeah" ... al- 
ways a laugh when needed . . . when she makes up 
her mind it stays made up . . . gets out of the way 
of smoker profanity . . . chocolate floats at Mac- 
Finns . . . eats and eats and eats . . . just naturally 
nice. 



JOSEPHINE PERRINE PFALTZ 

1 Fifth Avenue New York, N. Y. 

NURSING 

Jo . . . "What a character!" . . . the Red Beetle . . . 
anything but the Nursing type . . . Betty ... Jo 
Flats . . . Little Venice in New York . . . hands in 
pockets . . . "Ronchy!" . . . never says no to a 
party . . . nonchalant stride . . . The Hair . . . 
certainly not the girl for a hairnet. 




134 




PRISCILLA PHILLIPS 



36 Church Street 



Putnam, Conn. 



NURSING 



Pussy . . . the scholar of the group . . . A's just seem 
to drift her way . . . Rita . . . "Hurry up. Aren't 
you finished with that butt yet?" . . . New Eng- 
lander from way back . . . has escaped the minor 
vices . . . anatomical angel from heaven to the 
freshmen Nursing majors. 



BARBARA PIERCE 

237 Winthrop Street Taunton, Mass. 

ENGLISH 

Bobby . . . isn't going to be an ordinary school 
teacher . . . French toast at Goldsmith's . . . 
"Jeepers " . . . the well groomed hands ... all the 
gang . . . loves the Cape and people in general . . . 
the bright light on Blue Monday . . . blondness, 
good-naturedness, and whimsy. 



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BERNICE ANITA POSTEL 

202 South Railway Avenue Mascoutah, III. 

ENGLISH 

Bernie . . . long hair she won't part with . . . Hattie 
Carnegie's Protegee . . . fluorescent light that sounds 
like a time bomb . . . "Hiiiii" . . . going on a diet 
to gain weight . . . seamstress at large . . . Warsaw 
Concerto . . . mantle of dignity. 



LILLIAN HENDRICH POWEL 

6306 Beechwood Drive Chevy Chase, Md. 

ART 

Lonnie . . . fanciful and vivacious . . . dabbles in 
art . . . optimist (with reservations) . . . biking 
through Scotland . . . high wind and sunshine . . . 
infectious and spontaneous laughter . . . the famous 
fireman of sophomore snow sculpture . . . "Mary- 
land, my Maryland" . . . livin' and lovin' it all. 




136 




JANET NORRIS PRICE 

114 RoSENDALE RoAD ScHENECTADY, N. Y. 

ART 

Jan . . . homespun sweaters ... an artist on ski is 
. . . beer, bridge, and blue jeans . . . destined to 
work among the bones . . . Dali and surrealism 
. . . Lee . . . loves a good time but her work comes 
first . . . Jan and bright colors . . . "Got any gum, 
D.V.?" . . . flat laugh like a pancake. 



INGA TURNER PRIER 

177 Porto Bello Avenue 

New Cristobal, Canal Zone 

SPANISH 

Sue, Soupy . . . talks with her eyes . . . easy to 
meet, easy to like . . . chocolate followed by milk 
of magnesia . . . "Oh Peggy" ... "I can't stand 
it." . . . those tall, dark men . . . black coffee and 
Sue . . . favored Biology 101 .. . silent laugh . . . 
different and outstanding. 



137 



BARBARA QUIRIN 

722 Webster Avenue New Rochklle, N. Y. 

ART 

Quirin, Queer . . . Pickled pig from Union's 
anatomy class . . . "Meet any little guys you think 
I'd like?" ... all that meat and more potatoes . . . 
summer in Mexico ... "I want to learn cultural 
things" . . . three majors in four years . . . fun to 
he with . . . the tango girl. 



JANE ELIZABETH RAY 

336 Morris Avenue Rockville Center, N. Y. 

DRAMA 

Janie . . . "Whojamabclli" . . . Mrs. Malapropand 
Mrs. Hardcastle . . . one of the never-get-it-in-on- 
timers . . . "You have absoLUtly no idea" . . . 
dramatic poise . . . "You mean I have to build 
this?!" . . . Victoria and Albert . . . flat washing, 
made easy . . . human nature expert. 




138 




HELEN CLAIRE REESE 

Care of Turner Construction Company 

420 Lexington Avenue, New York, N. Y. 

DRAMA 

K.C. . . . sense of savoir-faire . . . "Life is so com- 
plicated" . . . the prized box of New Jersey dirt 
. . . "but I don't live there anymore" . . . from 
Monday to Friday, calm to excited . . . "Oh 
really!" . . . Cosmopolitan. 



ELIZABETH REID 

Old Morristown Road Bernardsville, N. J. 

DRAMA 

Bee . . . the drahma . . . Kitty ... "Is that a fact?" 
. . . Bee and rough tweeds belong together . . . 
Teacher's blonde(?) niece . . . straight from 
mosquitoland . . . the lanky bit of glamour . . . 
Bee, the stray dog type . . . perpetual stage manager 
. . . must own part interest in O'Malley's by now 
. . . sober sarcasm. 



139 



JEAN ALICE RIDLEY 

75 Fire Island Avenue Babylon, L. I., N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Riddle . . . Long Island Brat . . . never knows 
what to do next . . . Jeanie ... "I guess you know" 
. . . perpetual blue jeaner except on the week-ends 
. . . the earlier up the later to breakfast . . . drinks 
cough syrup like water . . . hardware on the head 
. . . tops for our money. 



ISABEL SINCLAIR RISING 

3930 Connecticut Ave., N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Belle . . . never a hair out of place . . . "I've got 
everything under control" . . . hilarious because 
she doesn't mean to be . . . doesn't give Rita a 
chance . . . "Me 'n you is through" . . . Penn Yan 
in the summer . . . another one of Army's children 
. . . always intact . . . "blind as a bat." 




140 




MARILYN ROBBINS 

141 North Walker Street Taunton, Mass. 

BUSINESS 

Lynn . . . collaboration with Ronnie on silly verses 
. . . "Oh for heaven's sake" . . . hates her room- 
mate's blaring radio but gets back with fresh air 
at night . . . two-thirds of a triple ... "I come 
from New England and my roommates are teaching 
me how to talk." 



CHRISTINE ROCHE 

176 Chestnut Street Gardner, Mass. 

NURSING 

Chris . . . "Now really — be serious" . . . red 
headed with a well controlled temper . . . naive 
diplomat . . . great money making schemes . . . 
ranks with B.J. on argyle socks ... a firm believer 
in starting the day early . . . dry sense of humor 
. . . very nice to have around. 



141 



MARION ROGERS 

11 West Irving Street Chevy Chase, Md. 

SPANISH 

Marion ... jet propelled energy . . . Themesong 
Rogers ... "I am too five feet" . . . she gets her 
man, or bring 'em back alive . . . "Boy, I Jo get 
black" . . . beer mug collector . . . "Beats me" . . . 
thinks and talks like an outboard motor . . . hubba- 
hubba. 



LUCY ROSENSOHN 

15 Esplanade New Rochelle, N. Y. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Lu, Lucybelle . . . "Right you are if you think you 
are" . . . brainy but doesn't trade on her capabili- 
ties . . . Florida during vacation . . . doesn't have 
to study . . . long distance telephone calls all over 
the country . . . diets on coffee and figs and has 
never been known to eat desserts . . . the china 
blue eyes. 




142 




MARGARET ANN ROSS 

19 Clinton Street Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

ECONOMICS 

Marg . . . "My horn" . . . The Saratogian . . . "No, 
I don't think that's right" . . . those who are 
flunking Economics please see — . . . lives in the 
Ad building . . . "Ye Gods!" . . . "Mr. Youstler 
says — " . . . Her family and a career ... "I won't 
go if I have to take a bus." 



BETTY-JO ROY 

95 Seventeenth Avenue Paterson, N. J. 

NURSING 

B.J. . . . twenty pairs of argyles a semester . . . 
"Ain't it gr-randee" . . . composed at all times . . . 
don't mention pistachio ice cream or oatmeal . . . 
"Now Christine — " . . . frilly nighties . . . the 
littlenurse with the big disposition . . . "Beginning 
tomorrow I'm not going to smoke" . . . "Cigarette, 
Chris?" . . . the wee small hours of the morning. 



143 



JEAN HARRIET RUBENSTEIN 

505 South 53rd Street Omaha, N^br. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Jean:e . . . designer of all smart fashions . . . "Oh, 
be objective about this." . . . specials, telegrams, 
and long distance phone calls . . . lover of Shos- 
takovitch . . . "Oh Gad" . . . well-informed on all 
things . . . "That's just where you and I differ" 
. . . midget generator. 



NETTIE JEAN RULAND 

138 Grand Street Schoharie, N. Y. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC 

Nettie . . . gay girl with the giggle . . . "Shorteee" 
. . . violin virtuoso . . . "Oh dear, we're in the 
wrong suit" . . . should go on a "be kind to her 
fingernails" week . . . mailbox practically empty, 
only three letters today . . . another practice roomer 
. . . The Center Part . . . Nettie, always on the go. 




144 




YVONNE SALEMBIER 



North Avenue 



Westport, Conn. 



ENGLISH 



Von , . . the good looking girl with a brain . . . 
Fumess' original Raggedy Ann . . . "C'mon, little 
one" . . . maps of all kinds . . . hates having to 
digest smoke with dessert . . . "Yes, isn't that 
terrifid" . . . "A hamburger's not enough for me." 
... in a class by herself. 



ALICE SALISBURY 

124 Ancon Avenue Pelham, N. Y. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Sauls ... "I don't know what you think but this 
is what I think." . . . Skidmore Hall's Mrs. 
Anthony . . . "Look, Dearie — " . . . Aspiration: 
to understand Stretchie's profound statements . . . 
"Gee, he was pathetic!" . . . elbow obligato . . . 
"If I knew then what I know now — " . . . music 
appreciator. 



145 



MAGDA ADAIR SANDER 

531 East High Street Manchester, N. H. 

NURSING 
Magda . . , quiet with a sudden hurst of suhtle 
humor . . . "How to get home?" . . . small but 
efficient . . . my Dad . . . New Hampshire's so far 
'Hey, Dickie" . . . exists on almost no 
Shall I cut my hair?" . . . "I'm tired!" 



away 
sleep . 



still water runs deep. 



CATHARINE SCHEUERMANN 

273 \^ALLEY Road Montclair, N. J. 

BUSINESS 

Sherm . . . her great aching back . . . collects signs 
from anywhere and everywhere . . . "O.K., kids, 
let's go!" . . . Phyl . . . mad and amazing telegrams 
to mad and amazing people . . . "Oh Scheuermann, 
you are so du/nb" . . . 120 in shorthand . . . "Oh, 
you're kidding!" . . . Montclair's contribution to 
Society. 




146 




JOAN LOUISE SCHIMPF 

7100 McCallum Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Shimpfy . . . the great globe trotter . . . major 
troubles . . . generosity is her nature . . . Queeny 
. . . "geeeeee!" . . . Mexican Venture . . . really 
sneaked on Sneak Day . . . hockey-minded . . . 
"Miss Joan Sand" . . . "Hey, Squirt, save me a 
seat" . . . "Let's have a party" . . . never around on 
the week-ends but still does herself credit. 



RUTH CAROLYN SCHLEICHER 



3312 210th Street 



3AYSIDE, L. I., N. Y. 



ART 



Sv:hIiL_ . . . will be a perfect suburban housewife 
with a children-filled station wagon . . . expert at 
decorating dances ... "It was an utter riot" . . . 
mad weekender ... a story for each swizzle stick 
. . . "Well, at Lord & Taylor's we — " . . . lengthy 
"to do" list . . . "Oh this is something I just 
whipped up" . . . blonde dynamite. 



147 



BETTY LEE SCHMIED 

25 Green Village Road Madison, N.J. 

NURSING 

Lee . . . eat, drink and be merry . . . variety, the 
wonderful spice of life . . . fouled up curriculum 
. . . war work and red hair . . . unique sense of 
humor with the personality to match . . . the eter- 
nal optimist . . . quiet, but doesn't miss a thing . . . 
staunch advocate of Mrs. Vs. 




FLEURETTE SENOR 

160 Central Park South Ne'w York, N. Y. 

FRENCH 

Rette . . . the notorious tango and the sensational 
rumba . . . "Oh please!" . . . Bobby . . . "I shouldn't 
be doing this." . . . distinguished laugh . . . humor- 
ous and considerate . . . "Oui, I mean yes" . . . 
will always share a burden . . . French cuisine and 
midnight hamburgers ... no false pretenses. 




148 




JANET SHARP 



174 Converse Street Longmeadow, Mass. 

CHEMISTRY 

Jan . . . poise and charm are only two of her 
virtues . . . gang in her room . . . "My brother's 
taller than yours" . . . spur of the moment week- 
ender . . . chemical compound called man ... "I 
always have to serve at meals" . . . owns part 
interest in the Community Theater . . . Scarlet 
O'Hara waistline. 



MARY SHEBEK 

7 Myrtle Street Florence, Mass. 

CHEMISTRY 

Jake ... "I wish I could invent some way to make 
tall people short" . . . My dear Mrs. Shebek — . . . 
"You kids are so mean to me!" . . . Baby Mary . . . 
"From now on I'm going to run everywhere I go" 
. . . "What the hotel arejo« doing?" . . . Madame 
Curie has her radium;' Jake has her DDT — . 



149 



JEANNE SHERMAN 

141 Woodland Avenue East Orange, N. J. 

NURSING 

Sherm . . . bureau of knitting information . . . 
"Close the window — I'm freeeeezing" . . . model 
for nylons . . . makes long stories longer . . . Mell 
. . . Grand Central Station, Room No. 221 . . . 
Side Cars with "foam" . . . effervescent giggle . . . 
never still a minute . . . the "let's go get some ice 
cream" girl. 



BARBARA PHYLLIS SIDD 

19 Converse Street Longmeadow, Mass. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Bobbie, Sidd . . . Sundeck Susie . . . concoctor of 
little odd jobs . . . Cilia . . . "I'm really not coming 
back, kids" . . . definite mind of her own . . . 
"Yeah, that's right" . . . "No, absolutely not!!" 
... "I just know I have a tapeworm" . . . good 
grades without the grind. 




150 




RITA SMART 

317 Pleasant Street 

NURSING 



Laconia, N. H. 



Rita . . . shares Laconia's skiing honors with 
Kitty ... "I could eat a ton" . . . her mother's fig 
bars . . . The wearing of the green . . . cute blonde 
with a dash of giggles . , . keeps her patients 
laughing . . , Florence Nightingale to Skidmore's 
football team . . . Pussy. 



DOROTHY LOUISE SMITH 

38 Hazel Avenue Livingston, N. J. 

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING 

Dottie . . . rosy-cheeked gal . . . "Be sure and wake 
me up in time for supper" . . . Shorty . . . "My un- 
inhibited self" . . . "Little Miss Innocence" — 'til 
you know her . . . has a hard time counting 
stitches and trumps at the same time ... "I may be 
blushing but I'm not embarrassed" . . . spasmodic 
dieter . . . original creation by Smith. 



151 



FRANCES MARIE SORIS 

105 Johnson Street Schenectady, N. Y. 

DRAMA 

Fran . . . painter's itch . . . "Do you see?" . . . 
would set Carnegie Hall on fire with her music . . . 
The Silent Piano . . . coveralls which tell the tale 
of hard work in the theater . . . ready to help in 
any way she can . . . Chopin with fire and delicacy 
. . . fabulous note taker . . . can laugh at her own 
mistakes. 



FRANCES SOWLES 



1 Cypress Road Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

HOME ECONOMICS 
blonde is the word . . . "I've no inhibi- 



Fran 
tions 
ends 



. . hates intolerance and dateless week- 
. never at a loss for anything . . . "Some- 
times I love you, sometimes I — " . . . Mary K. . . . 
expressive eyes and sarcastic repartee . . . un- 
ruffled exterior for the world to see. 




152 




DORIS LENORE SPECTOR 

151 RosEMONT Street Albany, N. Y. 

CHEMISTRY 

Deo . . . Dr. \'ector . . . the Med School Morgue 
. . . habitue of Griffith's third floor . . . black 
sophisticate . . . "There's no future in the Liberal 
Arts" . . . the blue-black hair . . . it's a horse, it's 
a ski, it's a golf club, it's Deo! . . . will deliver all 
'65 students. 



MARILYN JUNE STAAB 



40 Roe Avenue 



Northampton, Mass. 
HISTORY 



Maril . . . The Barbershop Quartet . , . always in a 
flutter . . . cutie pie . . . has a way with the little 
details. . . . "Jake, guess what? " . . . The Clever 
Club . . . alarm clock phobia . . . "Oh no, I can't 
possibly have this done by Monday" . . . speaks 
with finality when she gets around to making up 
her mind. 



153 



GLORIA STEWART 

36 Walter Street Newton Center, Mass. 

NURSING 

Stewie, Herman, Lover , , . facial contortions . . . 
"My shattered nerves" . . . the well-groomed hair 
styles with original padding . . . "tender, slender, 
and tall" . . . the Devil in her eyes . . . Herman had 
burped . . . fig-filled birthday cakes . . . famous 
study schedules . . . formal grammatical epistles. 



JEAN ANN STIRLING 

12 Fairview Terrace Maplewood, N. J. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Jean Ann . . . anything she can drag back to the 
room is welcome . . . Schlike . . . "coffee, black, 
please" . . . pedal pusher gal . . . "Really!" . . . 
will eat anything Mrs. Boyce puts on the table 
. . . blue-grey eyes . . . TABU . . . "But it has to be 
organized!" . . . "Igor Beaveritch." 




154 




RUTH STORNER 



211 Laurel Street 



Buffalo, N. Y. 



BIOLOGY 



Ruthie ... a smile that will beguile . . . "Oh go 
on the weekend" . . . organist for senior w^eddings 
... "Is he awfully short?" . . . looks angelic, but — 
. . . "Honestly, I don't know what I'm going to 
do." ... no claws, no cat . . . Fire chief of Skidmore 
HaH!! 



PAULA LEAH STRAUSS 

261 Central Avenue Lawrence, L. I., N. Y. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Paula . . . dungarees with her fur coat . . . "Isn't 
that silly? Ah, yes" . . . Ely . . . unceremonious 
exits . . . Stinky . . . "Yes, you may wear it" . . . 
the absent minded student . . . well read from a 
strange array of books . . . starts the earliest and 
ends up the latest . . . questions which floor the 
professors. 



155 



ALICE STRETCH 

59 Ridge Avenue Passaic, N.J. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Stretchie, A. Stretch . . . lover of FrciiJ and lots of 
other things . . . baggy blue jeans and Irish setters 
. . . '"You talked me into it" . . . THE JERSEY 
SHORE . . . "all right, just one more cigarette" 
. . . profound, philosophical observations on Life 
. . . will be like her Mother. 



NANCY STURMAN 

333 North Foothill Road Beverly Hills, Cal 

HISTORY 

Nan, Sturman . . . gang chauffeur . . . Gismo, the 
lovable Mongolian Idiot ... a knack for getting 
away with murder . . . Hansel and Gretcl . . . 
"Look, I paid for this myself" . . . the riotous 
triple ... "I haven't started to study" . . . will 
someday be able to spot Miss Warren's exam 
questions . . . the perfect smoker soprano. 




156 




MARIE ELIZABETH SWARTZ 

56 Blackburn Road Summit, N.J. 

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING 

Swartzie . . . calm, cool, and collected . . . "Give 
me an inspiration" . . . Tavey . . . big accomplish- 
ment in finally finishing her sweater! . . . "Just 
wait 'til I finish this letter" . . . quick grin . . . 
has a hard time convincing people she's of age . . . 
unconventional bridge . . . the eternal optimist. 



MARY JANE TABOR 



The Fisk Place 



Avon, N. Y. 



ENGLISH 



Janie . . . "That's terrific!!" . . . writer for Profile 
and the spotlight for News . . . Judy and the twins 
. . . the atom bomb has nothing on Janie . . . Pip 
. . . ping pong manager . . . will talk with anyone 
on anything . . . Brains, with an ultra-ultra-super- 
duper fuselage, guaranteed to knock you flat with 
amazement. 



157 



MARIEL ALICE TALBOT 



28 FoRRER Road 



Dayton, Ohio 



BIOLOGY 



Queeny . . . immaculate and well-groomed . . . the 
perpetual search for the source of inhibition . . . 
Schimpfy . . . "Just cut another class" . . . Burrrp 
. . . Dreams of a pipe, a convertible, and a Stetson 
hat . . . burnt toast at breakfast . . . the great 
pill-taker . . . wasn't born yesterday. 



MARY ELIZABETH TEN EYCK 



Victory Drive 



Hamilton, Ohio 



NURSING 

Rae . . . "It shouldn't happen to a dog!" . . . Lily 
Dache's hats from 14th Street . . . "Broke as usual" 
. . . famous for her expressions . . . spark plug 
energy . . . "Yeah!" ... a good model for Pep 
Sparkies . . . Raymond . . . "Shut up and drink 
your beer" . . . "sen-saaa-tional." 




158 




CLAIRE TEUNON 

853 Crown Street Morrisville, Pa. 

NURSING 

Claire, Clarissa . . . ski jump nose . . . "You know 
that, don't you?" . . . "Dear Diary" . . . looks as 
if she belongs in the Children's Ward . . . "Holy 
Cow" . . . Joyce . . . would sleep all day if you'd 
let her . . . "Oh kiddies" . . . discards her uniform 
for jodpurs whenever the occasion presents itself. 



NANCY LEE TORNEBOHM 



209 Charles Street 



Jamestown, N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

"I've been flunking out since fresh- 

. "Your schools, your playgrounds, 

quick as a bunny . . . "Makes me so 

. . perpetual sneakers . . . "Su-re" 

. . . begins to tap dance as soon as Spring rolls 

around . . . Tornado. 



Nancy T. 
man year" 
your etc." 
darn mad! 



159 



ELLEN TRATTNER 

1210 Confederate Avenue Richmond, Va. 

ENGLISH 

Ellen . .' . backstage bulwark . . . "just twist my 
arm" . . . Senator Claghorn , . . 4th floor triple in 
Keyes — MJ and Jea . . . Ellen with the Chippen- 
dale legs . . . "whosh" . . . "You mean I have to 
do this for totnorroivV . . . alias Rastus . . . "Oh, 
was there an assignment?" 




MILDRED ELIZABETH TRUSLOW 

Chestertown, Md. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Trus . . . "That just tickles me so" . . . Eastern 
shore brogue . . . Von and the corner room with the 
paper curtains . . . "Oh I had such a good time" 
. . . the innocent look of the young — , or what you 
don't know won't hurt you . . . Our beauteous 
May Queen. 




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ANITA TURCK 



2371 North Bay Road Miami Beach, Fla. 

FRENCH 

Neenie . . . would he perfect for a Parisienne 
Literary Salon . . . "This room!" . . . "You ready 
to go, Gahy?" . . . humor you'd like to call your 
own . . . "Like to, can't see it though" . . . winter 
sunhurn . . . "What a masterpiece of understate- 
ment" . . . never misses Dean's List . . . could do 
without the Phys. Ed. department. 



MARILYN ELIZABETH TWISS 

38 Archer Drivi; Bronxville, N. Y. 

ENGLISH 

"You know what we've gotta do?" . . . Please 
send ten cents along with this coupon and we will 
send you — ... If she doesn't know about it, it 
hasn't happened . . . sleeps thirteen hours a day 
. . . The Queen is in her counting house, counting 
out her money — . . . Our editor, our genius, our 
Marilyn. 



161 



MARY JANE ULLMAN 

28-38 216th Street Bayside, L. I., N. Y. 

BUSINESS 

Jane .-. . brisk and businesslike . . . always ready 
with a quick answer . . . "If this life had only 
started freshman year" . . . Porkchop Ullman . . . 
great laughs with McNut over the Brown boys on 
horses . . . knows her way around . . . mailbox 
troubles . . . would like to find time to sit and think 
awhile. 



MARTHA LOUISE WARD 

1 Sheldon Stri;i-t Di;posrr, N. Y. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC 

Shortie . . . Public School No. 4 and her hilarious 
pupils . . . Nettie . . . "Just listen to this" . . . puts 
the spark in the bonfire ... "I never worry" . . . 
advocate of the hunt and peck system . . . Marther 
. . . one fourth of an inch to make five feet . . .all 
the pep in the world . . . will not be an old maid 
school teacher. 




162 




GLORIA WASSERMAN 



67-51 Fleet Street 



Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. 
ART 



Gloria . . . clothes for the exotic girl ... "I think 
I'll charge you kids amusement tax" . . . flashy 
plaid slacks . . . likes anything unusual, including 
her roommate . . . the dark, dark hair . . . dynamic 
manner . . . Dee ... a flair for style in anything 
she does. 



SYLVIA ANN WATKINS 

9 East Street Barre, Vt. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC 

Sepp, Sylvier . . . "Back in the box, snooper" . . . 
Best family in Barre . . . artistic but won't admit it 
. . . Bctts . . . will be a success in anything if she 
can only knit a sweater that fits . . . One woman 
Barre Chamber of Commerce . . . "I'll take a dozen" 
. . . Shortie's other half in after dinner music 
. . . "Marther, get up!" 



163 



MARY ANN WATTELL 

1082 Winona Boulevard Rochester, N. Y. 

NURSING 

Annie . . . the bobby pin girl . . . "Oh for Pete's 
sake!" . . . the smile that swallows up the eyes . . . 
shower room voice ... A Rochester booster . . . 
the red house with white shutters . . . doesn't 
look like an outdoor girl . . . hangs t)ut wherever 
they're smoking. 




AMELIA WAZALEK 



606 Nichols Street 



Utica, N. Y. 



NURSING 



Mell . . . wouldn't sacrifice her tresses for the pro- 
fession . . . the big, brown eyes . . . "But I'm on a 
diet" . . . bubbling laugh with a crinkly nose . . . 
apple pancakes at Reubens — 58th St. and 7th 
Avenue . . . those parties at Psych. . . . following 
in her sister's footsteps. 



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BARBARA LOUISE WEIGEL 

Old Hickory Farm, RFD 1 Plainfield, N. J. 

BIOLOGY 

Barbie, Wiggle . . . wants to have fourteen assorted 
kids, . . . never without her knitting needles . . . 
"What a hoot." . . . the famous scrapbook . . . 
"Don't criticize my spelling!" . . . beer enthusiast 
. . . the perpetual kerchief . . . cat collector . . . 
senior room at D.V.'s and the right corner table 
at O'Malley's. 




MARY JANE WELLS 



102 Dean Street 



Attleboro, Mass. 



ENGLISH 



M.J. . . . looks like a Mary Jane . . . The Great 
American Short story ... 15 minutes, morning and 
night, to brush her teeth . . . Jea and Ellen . . . 
sophisticated giggle . . . hardworking Profiler . . . 
Ah, Bohemia ... "I just want to curl up somewhere 
with a volume of Proust." . . . M.J. Hemingway. 



165 



JEAN WESSELMAN 

159 Sterling Avenue Buffalo, N. Y. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC 

Wes . . . the outdoor girl with the bedroom eyes 
. . . the perfect treasurer ... "I eat more food" . . . 
Can't find Wes? Try the Sky Ranch . . . Kitty . . . 
the other half of the wrestling team . . . The 
Blush ... "I should have been a boy" . . . friendly 
is as friendly does. 



PRISCILLA JEAN WHEELER 

16 Horace Street Mansfield, Mass. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Cilia . . . looks like she goes to P. S. No. 4 . . . 
Baaston . . . "Oh you close the window" . . . Ah, 
Pinta" . . . "This is a mental day" . . . dimpled 
sophistication . . . Bobbie . . . "The Lass with the 
Delicate Air" . . . "My life in an incubator." 




166 




MARGARET ANN WHITE ' 

957 Westmoreland Avenue Syracuse, N. Y. 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Peggy . . . One of the better home-managementers 
. . . slot machine fiend . . . Georgene . . . number 
one in the senior room-drawing . . . one elective in 
four years . . . "Shall we have a cigarette?" . . . 
always a "you know" in every sentence . . . "And 
I have to teach this stuff" . . . Margaret Ann, 
Margaret Ann. 



MARION MALLOY WHITE 



2014 Woodland Road 



Petersburg, Va. 



ENGLISH 



Deena . . . '47's Prexy . . . "Surely you must be 
icsting" . . . forever a "Hi and How are ya all?" 
. . , southern accent plus the hospitality . . . Nanny 
. one of the Thomas Wolfe fans . . . The Front 
Tooth . . . Miz Bolton and Miz Pearce . . . "Whatja 
doin" . . . cackle for a laugh. 



167 



PHYLLIS ANN WILSON 



33 Franklin Street 



Malone, N. Y. 



BUSINESS 

Phyl . . . can do anything . . . "Oh crochet!" . . . 
Marilyn Twiss' Girl Friday . . . Cathy . . . always 
a postcard . . . Peter, the understanding dog . . . 
super dupcr filing system . . . Mother Wilson . . . 
"Geesum!" . . . the two second temper tantrum. 



SALLIE LORING WIRT 

804 Wright Avenue Schenectady, N. Y. 

SOCIOLOGY 

Squirt . . . tackles a problem with an expert touch 
. . . "Know what I mean?" . . . Schenectady 
Socialite . . . "This is really hysterically funny" 
. . . top offices since Freshman year . . . "Back to 
reality" . . . "Oh, conflict" . . . contemplating 
eyebrow over sparkling eyes. 




168 




NATALIE WOLF 



49 Park Avenue 



YoNKERS, N. Y. 



PHILOSOPHY 



Nat . . . walking advertisement for better walking 
. . . "See you at 7:15" ■ ■ • soliloquizing and 
Santayana . . . Babs . . . dignified charm with a 
malevolent twist . . . basement booth in the 
library . . . Miss Wolf of Philosophy 101 . . . super- 
duper hair-do . . . acts like a senior. 



JANE THOMPSON WOLFE 

612 Elkins Avenue Elkins Park, Pa. 

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING 

Shinney . . . Miss Fox ... A Comedy of Errors . . . 
"I don't get it" . . . will always try anything once 
. . . ambitious, but not for a career . . . has a flair 
for never catching on . . . Sis . . . daily radio serials 
from five to six . . . never misses a wedding. 



169 




3h\ Urmnnam 

CHARLOTTE ANN CHAPUT 

Never to be Forgotten 



170 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Leslie R. Rounds, Chairman 
Carl R. Comstock, M.D., Vtrst Vice-Chairman 
Irene Ward McClellan, Second V ice-Chairman 
G. HiNMAN Barrett, B.S., Treasurer 
Josephine Young Case, A.M., Secretary 
Henry Thomas Moore, Ph.D., LL.D., Ex-Officio 
Edwin DeT. Bechtel, A.M., LL.B. 
Dorothy E. Blair, A.B., Alumnae Trustee 
Emily J. Klinkhart, A.B. 
Walter A. Fullerton, A.B. 
Franklin F. Hopper, A.B. 
Harold Brown Keyes, M.D. 
Charlotte Smith Kimball, A.B. . 
J. I. Blair Larned, D.D. 
Edythe Woodruff Peterson, B.S 
Charles Scribner, A.B. 
John A. Slade, LL.B. 
Martha Genung Stearns 
Newman E. Wait, LL.B. 
Edith W. Willkie 
Helen Filene Ladd 
Beatrice H. Richardson, A 
of the Board of Trustees 



Aim 



Trustee 



B., B.S., Secretary to the President and Assistant Secretary 



New York City 

Saratoga Springs 

Cambridge 

. New York City 

Hamilton 

Saratoga Springs 

New York City 

New London, N. H. 

New York City 

Saratoga Springs 

. New York City 

New York City 

Northampton, Mass. 

Brooklyn 

New Britain, Conn. 

New York City 

Saratoga Springs 

Washington, D.C 

Saratoga Springs 

. New York City 

Providence, R. L 

Saratoga Springs 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 



Henry Thomas Moore, Ph.D., LL.D., President 

Margaret Bridgman, A.M., Dean 

Harryette Creasy, A.M., Director of Vocational Bureau 

E. L. Duschatko, M.D., College Physician 

Alice Borneman Eaton, A.M., Director of Purchases 

Carolyn Anna Gutjahr, Bursar 

EuLiN Klyver Hobbie, M.S., Librarian 

John Remington Hobbie, Ph.D., Director of Buildings and Plant 

Anvia Ludington Hobbs, A.m., Registrar 

Kathryn Helene Starbuck, A.m., LL.B., LL.D., Secretary of the College 



EROMDIKS STAFF 



Marilyn E. Twiss, Editor-in-chief, Phyllis Ann Wilson, Business Manager, Mari Mahler, Photography 
Editor; Mary Fyffe, Art Editor; Virginia Herzog, Literary Editor; Adelaide Conlon, Advertising Manager, 
Alice Stretch, Circulation Manager; Sally Meek, Assistant Literary Editor; Staff: Patricia Chapman, Kather- 
iNE Geyer, Joan Scheaff, Ellen Trattner, Jean Dauer, Lucile Gabriel, Sue Prier, Barbara Quiren, 
Judy Gellert, Priscilla Wheeler, J. Weston, Al. 



171 



PATRON LIST 



Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alexander 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Avery 

Mr. and Mrs. Abram I. Bluestein 

Dr. and Mrs. Edgar O. Boggs 

Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Brill 

Dr. and Mrs. William C. Brons 

Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Buckley 

Mrs. Florence M. Cairoli 

Mrs. Robert H. Cameron 

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carroll 

Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Childs 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chilson 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cushing 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Y. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Dunkel 

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Edgar 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ehrenfreund 

Mr. Horace B. Faber 

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fayen 

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fleisher 

Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Fyffe 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Geipel 

Mr. Robert C. Gellert 

Mr. and Mrs. David Goetz 

Mr. and Mrs. William Halsey 

Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Harrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Hedges 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herzog 

Mr. Herbert Hess 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Higgins 

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hoffman 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Houghton 

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jackson 

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Kellogg 

Mrs. Peter King 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. K. Kouwenhoven 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Langemeier 

Mrs. Edwin R. Lauer 

Dr. and Mrs. J. \'. Leroy 

Mr. and Mrs. Gasper J. Liota 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lipphard 

Col. and Mrs. G. A. McHenry 

Dr. and Mrs. James P. McManus 

Mr. James McNulty 



Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mayo 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Menk 
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse 
Mr. Eli M. Nathan 
Dr. J. Stanley Nickum 
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Noble 
Mr. and Mrs. \'. A. Noyes 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Person 
Dr. and Mrs. Karl T. Phillips 
Mr. and Mrs. Abram B. Pierce 
Dr. and Mrs. Vern Prier 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Ray 
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Reese 
Col. and Mrs. Harry N. Rising 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton P. Robbins 
Mr. and Mrs. Chester B. Roche 
Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Rosensohn 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubenstein 
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Salisbury 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Schimpf 
Mr. Louis H. Senor 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Sherman 
Dr. and Mrs. Chester L. Smart 
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Staab 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Stewart 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Strauss 
Mrs. Daphne H. Stretch 
Mr. E. N. Sturman 
Dr. and Mrs. Walter G. Sutton 
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Swartz 
Mrs. L. P. Tabor 
Mr. and Mrs. Willard E. Talbot 
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Teunon 
Mr. and Mrs. Tornebohm 
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Trattner 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Turck 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hayden Twiss 
Mr. and Mrs. Julius M. Ullman 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Erwin Ward 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Wasserman 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Wattell 
Dr. and Mrs. Elmer P. Weigel 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wheeler 
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. White 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilson 
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Wirt 



172 



Compliments 



Spl|n fi H^lomrra 



SARATOGA, N. Y. 



Where SKIDMORE 
Eats Spaghetti 



TOMMYS 



BAR AND RESTAURANT 



Thomas Colamaria 



58 Ash Street 



Phone: 1818 



ELLSWORTH 

BROTHERS 

ICE CREAM CO. 
he Cream 

Sherherts 

Desserts 

Saratoga, N. Y. 



Compliments 



Stewart's Ice Cream 



OWNED AND OPERATED 



P. W. AND C. V. DAKE 



SAME TIME 
and HANDS 

CALL . . . 

THOMPSON LAUNDRY 

Phone 826 



Compliments 


Of 


MAC FINN DRUG CO. 


Cosmetics 


Cokes 


Candy 



173 



uni 



Ly^fr f v lanu thanks 

d 

Eest Wlsli 

to 



66 



the CladS of 47 



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E. D. STflRBUCK & CO 



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MICHOUVS 



dinners 
cocktails 
dancing 



Orchestra • Bar • Dance Floor 

OPENED NIGHTLY 

Out Union Ave. Tel.-SIIO 



175 



Superinr 
Linen Cnmpany 



INCORPORATKD 



IMPORTERS 

EXPORTERS 

MILL AGENTS 



Supplies for 

Hotels - Hospitals - Institutions 

Steamships and Railroads 



410 Broadway 



New York 



CONGRATULATIONS 
FROM 

HAZARD'S 

A<AV>v/ 

Radio and Record Store 

Where you'll always find the record 
you want. 

Kadiu Repair 

'^ll-'bl'^ Broadway 



♦ 


NORTON & CO. 

Distributors of 
Kitcken Equipment 

to 
SKIDMORE 


. NC. 


410 BROADWAY 


ALBANY, N. Y. 



176 



OVER A MILLION 

Passengers travelled by L.B.K. buses during 1946 
This number included many of the 

Skid more Faculty and Students 

and the L.B.K. LINES, INC. are grateful 
for their patronage. 

Frequent service in comfortable Beck or Flexible Buses 

From Saratoga to Albany in 1 Hour and from 
Saratoga to Schenectady in 50 Minutes 

Buses for Charter Hire at Reasonable Rates 

For Rates and Schedules, call at the Spa Bus Terminal on Broadway 
(Tel. 151 ) — or write 

L B. K. LINES, INC, 

MECHANICVILLE, N. Y. (Tel. Mech. 369) 



MOTHER 


GOLDSMITH'S 




wishes 


tke 


class Of 47 


Success 


and happiness 



111 



Make Your Choice 



DE FREHN, tke Jeweler 

Watches - Diamonds - Fancy Stone 

Rings - Spray Pins - Earrings - Lockets 

Chains 



GIFTS 



NOVELTIES 



386 Broadway 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 



SARATOGA MILLING 


and GRAIN CO., INC. 


f 

50 CHURCH STREET 


SARATOGA, N. Y. 

1 



i^omplinientd 
of 

PALMETTO FRUIT CO. 



That 



Universal 

GIFT in '47 



AT 



Saratoga Candy Kitchen 



456 BROADWAY 



E. H. HDLLAIVD 



PRINTING • BOOKS 
STATIONERY • GIFTS 

McCALL DRESS PATTERNS 



1 Caroline Street Phone 1326 



Complete Stock 

BED LAMPS 
DESK LAMPS 
EXTENSION CORDS 
REPAIRS 

VINE'S 
Electric Shop 

8 CAROLINE STREET 



178 



THE NEW WORDEN HOTEL 
AND GRILL 



W. E. BENTON, Proprietor 



^hidmore S \ytner (^ampitJ 



OPEN ALL YEAR 



A LA CARTE and TABLE DHOTE 
MEALS 



179 



K^ompilmen td 
of tne 

CDMMUIVITY 

and 

CDNGHESS 

THEATRES 



Saratoga Coal Company 



D&H" LACKAWANNA 
ANTHRACITE 

Bituminous Coal 

Coke 

and 

Charcoal 



Phone Yard and 

223 or 224 Office 

33 Church St. 
SARATOGA SPRINGS 



CONGRATULATIONS 



TD THE 



CLASS of 1947 



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veru best wL 

for 

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and 

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Al Lanzara 

Taxi Service 


shes 


1 


1941/2 


Caroline St. 




Phone 


211 1 



181 



BURGAS 
4 CORNERS INN 



The Best Place 
To Eat and Drink 



Washington St. Cor. West Ave. 

SARATOGA SPRINGS 

Phone: 1975 



DUPLEX 

CDIVSTRUCTIDIV 

CDMPAIVY 

Builders of 
SKIDMOKE COLLEGE LIBRARY 

148 Glen Street 
GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK 



THE FRIENDLY GROCER 
TO FILL YOUR NEEDS 

TRACY'S MARKET 

GROCERIES 



33 Phila Street 



Saratoga 



Gifts for Every Need 
at 

RIDGE BDDK k GIFT 
SHDP 



432 BROADWAY 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Tel, 1213 



GOOD LUCK 

to the 
CLASS OF 1947 



THE 

SWIMMING POOL 

CASINO 



GRADUATION GIFTS 

OF JEWELRY 

at 

B. EDELSTEIIV'S 



346 Broadway 



SARATOGA 



182 



LIQUID APPLE 

"A Perfect Betueen-Meals 

Drink:" 
Here's the most delight- 
fully natural of all fruit 
|uices. Just apples, crushed 
to a liquid, and homogen- 
ized. No change in flavor, 
aroma, color. Delicious 
for between-meal refresh- 
ment, for the children 
after school, to en joy with 
that before-bed time 
snack. 

ALSO- 
CANNED FRUITS - VEGETABLES - JUICES 
SEAFO(5DS - DRIED FRUITS - NUTS 




SPECIALTIES 



FINE FOODS. 



INC. 



PACKERS AND DISTRIBUTORS 

150-160 Charles St. 

Chelsea 2-2600 New York 14, N. Y. 



SARATOGA VICHY 




PERFECT MIXER 

AND 

KING OF TABLE WATERS 

Bottled at Saratoga Springs Since 1S76 

Buy from your grocer anywhere 



Saratoga \'ichy Spring Co. 





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THE MOST UNIQUE LOG 


CABIN 










IN THE NORTH 












25 MILES FROM SARATOGA 




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Dinners — Legal Beverages — Dancing 




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LAKE 


LUZERNE ROAD 




SVEND A. 


MUNCK 



183 



VAN VOAST 


& 




LEONARD 




1 


■ '42 Years a Saratoga 


< 




Institution" 






General Insurance 






360 Broadway 


Tel. 


547 



i^oninlitn en ts 
of 

EIVDICDTT JDHIVSDIV 
SHOE STDRE 

402 BROADWAY Saratoga Springs 



The Saratoga 
Printing Company 

FINE 

COMMERCIAL 

WOKK 

18 Phila Street 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 




Palace Recreation 389 Broadway 



Your Cigarettes and Newspapers 

at 

FENNEL'S 
NEWSROOM 



380 BROADWAY 

Lending Library Souvenirs 



LANDAU'S 



SARATOGA'S LARGEST AND 

MOST COMPLETE 

DEPARTMENT STORE 



to the class of ^47 



BEST VViSHES 



from the class of ^48 



DLPc 



aramount 

WHERE ALL THE STUDENTS MEET 



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SEA FOOD AND LIVE LOBSTERS 
SPECIAL DINNERS AND SANDWICHES 



Phone: 1613 



PETE ISSARIS, Your Host 



185 



LIGGETTS 
DRUG STORE 

THE REXALL STORE 

Drugs — 

Cosmetics — 

Soda — 

404 Broadvs'ay 
Saratoga Springs 



ECONOMY 



Department Store 



the home of jamoiis 
COLUMBIA YARNS 

Broad\vay 



i^oninlim en /j 
of 

FDRDS 
SERVICE STATIDIV 

Repairs 

Tcl. 1050 
Church St. Woodlawn Ave 



CALS GARAGE 



BUICK Sales 



Service 



Phone 1812 
Lake Ave. at Henry St. 





ERlanger's 






Stores at 

GLENS FALLS 

and 

SARATOGA 


1 

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CONGRATULATIONS 
ALL GOOD WISHES 

and 
THANKS 
— from — 

CASEY'S 

On Broadway 



186 



Saratoga 
Appliance 

Shop 

Next door to Hotel Worden 



RADIO 

REPAIRS 

RECORDS 



THE OUEENSBURY 

Glens Falls. N. Y. 



We are alicays glad to have 

the faculty and students of 

Skidmnre visit us. 



E. Staley Martin, Manage 



^ke -J^ddreSS of 


»ZJ/j tin ction 


THE GIDEON 


PUTNAM 


at Saratoga Spa 
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. 


American Plan 


Open Throughout the Year 

1 


The Spa IS owned, its Health Services Operated, by the State of New York 


M. H. WOOLLEY, 


Manager 



187 



Best Wishes 
Class of '47 



Skidmnre IMews 



When you have long been an "Old 
Grad" you'll always remember the 
dress you had from . . . 



The Youn^ Sarato^ian 
Shop 

398 Broadway Saratoga Springs 



BIGSBEE MOTORS, INC. 



QUICK, EXPERT SERVICE 



PARTS FOR ALL CARS 



If You Plan to Fly— Buy 
TRIP TICKET 

PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE 

S5000 forO>!h S1.25 

ARTHUR J. PIERCE & CO. 

Complete Insurance Service 
11 Arcade Phone 1606 



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Records — 
Cards — 

Gifts — 

Film — 

CREDIT EXTENDED 



Compliments 


of 




TUTTLE'S 


BAKERY 


♦ 




Church Street 


Saratoga Springs 



188 






ci art 



Customized 
Permanents 

15 Phila Ph(ine 2294 

SARATOGA SPRINGS 



Hold 



that 



smile 



FILMS 
loped and printed 
by 



H. B. SETTLE 



123 Phila St. 




189 



y^ofnptimen td 



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of 

Eromdiks Staff 



Hannah Reiss Schauble 

PLEASANT VIEW 

203 Union Avenue 



God speed the graduates 

and welcome to P/easaiiti'teir 

all who coDie 

after 





Genuine Hand-sewn 

LOAFERS by Tru-SHtch 

5 different versions ... 9 wonderful Colors. 



■tW/SiAlsMckk 



Kluij<A©i-. 



J JO 

470 Broadway Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 



190 



Compliments of 

L. J. FOLLETT 



Optometrist 



400 Broadway Saratoga Springs 

0pp. Warden Hotel 



GEYSER PARK 


GIFT 


SHOP 


Large selection 


of costume |cwclry 


Gifts for 


all occasions 


We pack ant 


i ship everywhere 


9 Phila St. 


Phone 1803W 



FLUORESCENT 

DESK LAMPS 

jroni 

SARATOGA ELECTRIC 
SUPPLY COMPANY 

Extension Cords 
29 Caroline St. Tel. 764 



Drugs and Cosmetics 
Prescriptions Filled 

Wells Pharmacy 



348 Broadway 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Phone 394 



EXPERT SHOE REPAIR 



70f FISHER'S 



Phlla St. 



Saratoga 



Congratulations . 








TO THE 


CLASS OF '47 






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c. 


Foote 




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'alspar 


Dealer 


45 C. 

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PROLINE Street 


Saratoga 

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191 



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Enjoy a snack at the Pkarm 

— also — 

Taxi Service 

call 

100 

25c per person 



192 



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for retaxlna euenlnad 

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The Doghouse 



S. Broadway 



Saratoga 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '47 

THE 

SARATOGA SPRINGS 




POLICE BENEVOLENT 
ASSOCIATION 



Congratulations 

from 
the class of '49 



193 



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Congratulations 




to 






the class of 


'47 


— - 


COLON AL 


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MANUFACTURERS OF FINE PHARMACEUTICALS | 






SINCE 






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THE G. 


F. 


HARVEY COMPANY 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 


Chicaoo 




Los Angeles Dallas 



194 



THE WARREN KAY VANTINE 
STUDIO, INC. 

I lioioqrcinlier 
to til e 

CLASS OF 
THE 1947 EROMDIKS 
SKIDMORE COLLEGE 

132 Boylston Street 

BOSTON. MASS. 



195 



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100 



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Courtesy Cab Co. 

24 Hour Service 
Careful , Courteous Drivers 



Compliments 
of 

THE 



ROXY--- 



CLEANERS and DYERS 



Delivery Service 

Phone 1222 
Open from S to H 

336 Broadway 



DIXIE TEA RDDM 


Marvelous to chat and 


have a snack at the 


Dixie 


Breakfast Luncheons Teas 


j and Birthday Parties 

1 


Dinners ordered 24 hours in advance 


Call 738W L. Sewell 



Good Luck 



and 



Coni)'atulations 



DANS SODA SHOP 



HOME MADE 
ICE CREAM 

Broadway 



CUNNINGHAM'S , 


HARDWARE 


Gifts for - - - 


SHOWERS * ►. 


t* BIRTHDAYS 


WEDDINGS 


Hardware and Household Utensils 


ON BROADWAY 


Between Sprint, & Phila St. 



196 



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