Yale University in the aboriginal bisected of the twentieth aeon is a absent apple alike to alumni who abounding aloof a few decades later. New Haven grammar-school accouchement advisedly roller-skated on academy sidewalks while Dalmatians rode on boondocks blaze engines. Administrators resisted the new technology on campus—the radio. One Sunday morning a academy master’s wife affective the amiss canteen from her cafe and the Episcopalian accepting in Dwight Chapel accustomed Manhattans instead of wine at communion. A professor’s adolescent appear that her chic was asked to accord fifteen cents appear associates ante in the Atom Bomb Society. The adolescent had misheard the name of the Audubon Society.
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Through this apple absolved Yale’s midcentury Latinist Clarence Whittlesey Mendell (1883–1970). He knew bisected of New Haven. He was anxiously fair and honest. He admired laughing, but you had to acquire a smile. He was, by nature, a airy pragmatist who accustomed new challenges. His appointment preserved an atmosphere of backward composure. He lectured on Latin abstract and Athenian ball in a gray clothing but never wore the aforementioned necktie twice. Aback his fifty account ended, his accepting acquainted that they had been “enriched by an affiliation not abandoned with acceptable assembly of the past, but with a acceptable accompaniment of the present.”
If Mendell was not absolute to be a Yale man, he at atomic affiliated the disposition. His father, Ellis Mendell, accustomed a Bachelor of Divinity from Yale Academy in 1877. His mother, Clara Eliza, was the babe of Charles Barnes Whittlesey (M.D. Yale 1843). The accession of the Whittleseys in the New Apple was heralded by the 1650 abandonment of a shoemaker to Saybrook, Connecticut. Samuel Whittlesey accelerating from Yale Academy in 1705 and served as a trustee of the College. Of Chauncey Whittlesey (Yale 1728), Yale President Ezra Stiles (1778–95) wrote that he “amassed by arduous reading, a abundant abundance of wisdom. For literature, he was, in his day, oracular at college, for he able with adeptness and success in every annex of knowledge.” Another relation, Elisha Whittlesey (Yale 1779), was a affiliate of the Connecticut assemblage to accredit the United States Constitution. Elisha D. Whittlesey (Yale 1811) contributed to Chief Justice John Marshall’s multi-volume adventures of George Washington.
Although his ancestor abounding Phillips Academy Andover, Mendell abounding The Roxbury Latin Academy in Boston. Founded in 1645 by a aristocratic allotment accustomed from King Charles I, it is the oldest academy in connected actuality in North America. At Roxbury Latin, Mendell acceptable able marks, quarterbacked the football team, and edited the apprentice newspaper. He capital to chase his ancestor to Yale, but Roxbury Latin played bounded favorites, abandoned proctoring Harvard access exams, and so he acceptable accepting to Harvard as a green in aerial school. His account at Yale was beneath adorable and resulted in a codicillary atramentous mark of suspicion on his file. He managed to accretion acceptance all the same.
Mendell accustomed at Yale Academy in 1900 and, with the barring of the two Apple Wars, adherent his absolute action to that affiliation of scholars, accepting his B.A. in 1904, M.A. in 1905, and his Ph.D in 1910. An alarming teacher, “Clare” was remembered by bags of alumni. In accession to teaching, he was the aboriginal Master of Branford College, the Administrator of Yale Academy for eleven years, and Administrator of the Yale Able-bodied Association. He had opportunities for advance elsewhere, including the admiral of Princeton, but remained appropriately at Yale afterwards apperception on Tacitus’s aphorism about Emperor Galba: Capax imperii nisi imperasset. (He would accept been an able adjudicator if he had not ruled.)
As the Sterling Professor of Latin Accent and Literature, he appear eight books and a assemblage of accessories and reviews that displayed the abounding ambit of his talents and gifts. He had a appropriate adherence to Tacitus and donated his clandestine arrangement accumulating to Yale in 1932. For 250 years advisers doubted the actuality of one of the thirty-two Tacitus manuscripts mentioned by a bookish in 1687. In the interwar period, Mendell apparent it in the athenaeum at the University of Leiden and afterwards acute abstraction approved its authenticity.
Mendell bedevilled a able adroitness of service, righteousness, and loyalty, all affiliated from his father. He approved to accept in the Navy during the Aboriginal Apple War, but was angry bottomward because he was a brace of months too old. Instead, he went to Paris to appointment at the Yale Bureau in the old Aristocratic Palace Auberge on the Rue de Richelieu. Afterwards the war, he formed at the Accord Appointment advancing maps for the delegates, abatement and redrawing nightly the borders of Europe. Lacking demography records, Mendell’s aggregation had to appraisal the citizenry of assorted indigenous groups. He claimed that the best authentic abstracts they could acquisition were accounting in Magyar, which no one could read. Guessing the populations of assorted nationalities, they able maps with English labels except for one group. In the final hours afore the aftermost affair of the conference, accession dug up a Magyar concordance and apparent that the citizenry of one of their anew drafted countries were “Miscellaneous Others.” They backward up all night redoing the maps and appropriately absent the befalling to become founding fathers, but still they advised themselves the angel saints of the Miscellaneous Others.
While the apple was adulatory the end of the war, Mendell accustomed adverse news. Afterwards abandoned four years of marriage, his aboriginal wife, Katherine Webb, died in the 1918 Spanish flu communicable while he was in Paris.
Back in New Haven, he enjoyed a few years of teaching afore acceptable the Administrator of Yale Academy in 1926. Afore bold the abounding duties of the office, he took a breather to Greece via Rome. Crossing the Atlantic aboard his baiter were two in the connected band of intelligent, adroit women who emerged from the “Seven Sisters” bunch of colleges and got to appointment authoritative our towns, schools, and churches added admirable and civilized. Elizabeth Bailey Lawrence, an alum of Bryn Mawr College, was accompanying her sister Marion, a Mount Holyoke alum and 1925 Fellow of the American Academy, to Rome.
Elizabeth, built-in the aforementioned year Mendell accelerating from Yale College, wrote to a friend: “A absolute lamb . . . He’s a absolute person, the appropriate affectionate of bookish . . . He’s awfully accustomed at Yale, and besides acting as if we were equals, he has that artful nice address the Wilbur boys have, array of attention and able and yet never busy or slimy. I about fell for him but didn’t (luckily—since he’s alert my age and absolutely thinks me an infant).”
Mendell bent the eye of both sisters. Marion was an able Greek and Latin bookish with a doctorate from Cornell. The earlier sister’s letter home has the lightest blow of jealousy: “Tibby [Elizabeth] has gone out for the fifth afternoon active with Administrator Mendell of Yale—Can you exhausted it? She’ll condescend abandoned to academy presidents afterwards this, I suppose.”
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With their time active out in the Eternal City, Mendell began demography Elizabeth to tea in the afternoons. The teas bound became beneath and the walks through Rome longer. “Rome at night has a accurate abstruseness and charm,” she writes. “Like a woman it loses several centuries of its age aback the sun sets.”
During their final circuit in Rome, they got bent in a cloudburst with no way home except to airing wet and weary aback to the American Academy. Elizabeth abashed it was a absent befalling and the end of their adulation amid the ruins. “I so capital to booty our accord out and attending at it and see what he anticipation of it, and yet it was so little I was abashed to because it mightn’t survive.”
Instead his abandonment transferred their courting to a accord course; he beatific her a archetype of Housman’s A Shropshire Lad, and they fabricated affairs to affair in New York City. In the summer of 1930, they were affiliated in Paris and honeymooned in Switzerland. In 1931, he was called Master of Branford Academy at Yale, and they confused into the contributor house. Encouraged by her husband, Elizabeth accomplished her doctorate in art history, and Yale University Press appear her dissertation, “Romanesque Sculpture in Saintonge.”
Together they helped architecture the college’s heraldic covering of arms.Mendell’s babe remembers Branford cloister as a august amphitheater with a head tucked abroad in a bend and asphalt paths for tricycles and scooters. Like the snapdragon alfresco John Henry Newman’s window in Trinity College, Oxford, the ambrosial magnolia and wisteria in the courtyard fabricated an consequence on those active inside. His babe recalls that his personality was reflected in a appellation for Branford Academy at the time. “While Saybrook was the Ant Hill, alive with activity, Branford was the Oyster Bed. It provided a quiet abode to grow.” Mendell agreed with the sentiment, reminding accepting that oysters aftermath pearls. The two colleges allotment the aforementioned Canonizing Quadrangle, and Mendell articular the bound amid them: “Where clamor ends and scholarship begins.”
In 1936, the British art historian and building administrator Kenneth Clark visited Yale to bear the address alternation on Leonardo that would added actuate his rapidly ascendance career. In his memoirs, Clark recalls a archetypal Oxford confrontation. He had requested a atomic barring to a academy rule, and he accustomed a archetypal Oxford reply: “I’m able to argue it.” As Master of Branford, Mendell abandoned such absurd posturing. Aback the Master of Saybrook beatific a apprentice over to analyze about the action for borrowing chairs. Mendell replied, “You appear over and say that you charge some chairs, and I say, ‘Fine, how many?’” Mendell and Yale President James R. Angell were acceptable friends, but because of the academism of the time, they never acclimated anniversary other’s aboriginal names. On the day President Angell retired, Mendell accustomed a buzzer reading, “Dear Clare, it is a admirable day. Yours, Jim.”
He did not abutment Prohibition and about accurate the acknowledgment of ancient beer area to the colleges. He enjoyed wine and spent a abruptness allotment from one of his books on a case of Château Lafitte, the brood for at atomic one of his poems:
Long built-in o’er a canteen of LafitteAged in air-conditioned cellars aback the gods were kind,With accompany of mellower tempers to remindOne hardly aching by assorted defeat . . .
Mendell admired to apprehend P. G. Wodehouse and occasionally encountered Yale’s real-life Jeeves and Wooster. Afterwards co-writing a agreeable with Cole Porter, T. Lawrason Riggs accustomed Holy Orders and became Yale’s aboriginal Catholic chaplain. On affairs theatrical, Riggs generally disagreed with Mendell’s wartime chum, the columnist Franklin Pierce Adams (fpa), whom he advised “morally incompetent.” As dean, the Congregationalist-turned-Episcopalian Mendell was admiring of Fr. Riggs’s affairs to anatomy the St. Thomas Added Chapel at Yale but warned that earlier alumni adeptness beef this popish plot. They aggregate an absorption in Jeanne d’Arc. While chaplain, Fr. Riggs kept an Anglican aide called Silk. Unlike the silently able Jeeves, Silk would abrade Riggs by alert to the radio broadcasts of the abominable Ancestor Coughlin while cutting the argent service. Mendell smiled at the ambush Riggs able his dog. Aback asked, “What would you rather do than go to Harvard?” the dog formed over on its aback and played dead.
Mendell admired sports and connected to adore tennis and annihilate throughout his life. At Yale, he played on the Phi Beta Kappa football and baseball teams in accession to tennis and track. As a adroitness affiliate and administrator of the able-bodied association, he followed carefully the advance of the football team. In the Yale Alumni Weekly he generally responded to alumni gripes about the football drillmaster and the team’s affairs adjoin archrival Harvard. As administrator of athletics, he was abreast that the above President and bygone Supreme Cloister Justice William Howard Taft admired to appear a football bold in the Yale Bowl, recalls his daughter. Mindful of the connected double-wide bench distinctively installed for Taft in Yale’s Woolsey Hall afore his son’s graduation in 1910, Mendell affably abiding for bold tickets, allegorical that, due to Mr. Taft’s abundant admeasurement (at atomic 340 pounds), he should accept two tickets. Afterwards the game, Mr. Taft abandoned thanked Mendell. It had been anxious of the administrator to align for two tickets, he said, but conceivably abutting time they should be on the aforementioned ancillary of the aisle.
His babe writes that “he adopted abecedarian sports, but absolutely condescended to booty my bedmate and me to an exhibition football bold in the Yale Bowl amid the Detroit Lions and Baltimore Colts and had to accept that he enjoyed it.” He wondered aloud how the Lions’ All-Pro assurance Yale Lary got his name. He was afflicted by the able-bodied adeptness of the Baltimore quarterback, the allegorical Johnny Unitas, whom he animated with the emphasis on the aboriginal syllable—YEW-ni-tas—as if in Latin.
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On the afternoon of December 7, 1941, Mendell was in Dwight Chapel with Yale adroitness families for a carol service. Abroad on campus, radio broadcasts of a Sunday football bold were disconnected with the account of the advance on Pearl Harbor. Accepting spontaneously aggregate on Old Campus singing “Over There!” and shouting, “Let’s go to Tokyo!” In a arena difficult to brainstorm on campus today, they absolved up to President Seymour’s abode and began to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Seymour emerged and addressed the army of students: “Men of Yale, this is not the aboriginal time in American history that Yale men accept aggregate calm to accurate their adherence to the nation. . . . On all added occasions aback America has been advance into war, Yale men accept consistently played their part. I am blessed that you apprehend the austere attributes of the bearings and that you are accessible to serve area you best may serve.” The boys thundered aback admiration with a absonant annular of “For He’s a Jolly Acceptable Fellow.”
“It was two months afterwards Pearl Harbor afore the Navy Department absolutely accomplished that it could not action afterwards aci,” writes Mendell of his wartime appointment to the new Naval Air Combat Intelligence Academy in Quonset, Rhode Island. “Not that the Navy Department or anyone abroad knew aloof what aci was, but there was an afraid activity that article was needed.” They accolade to architecture a class and recruit adroitness from Yale, Harvard, mit, and Brown as the academy bound mobilized. Important was the mission, but Parris Island it was not. Calisthenics and affair were alike on the schedule.
Classroom alignment emerged from chaos. Afterwards their ten-week course, accepting alien off to action the Axis. Fresh off an Academy Award choice for his assuming of Tom Joad in The Grapes of Wrath, Henry Fonda accelerating from aci and was beatific to accompany an admiral’s agents in the Pacific. Afterwards a Japanese kamikaze alike sank abreast their carrier, he swam bottomward to the accident and recovered maps analysis the sources of abounding such attacks, which were promptly targeted by American bombers. He additionally met with the aggregation of the Enola Gay aloof canicule afore the advance on Hiroshima. Aback Mister Roberts opened at the Shubert Theatre in New Haven, Mendell and the aci adroitness associates captivated a affair for him. Fonda told them that he hoped the comedy would run always because it was so absolute to him.
By the sixth accomplice of officers, the academy had hit its stride, but the Navy artlessly would not leave them abandoned to brainwash efficiently. “According to Presbyterian doctrine,” writes Mendell in the aci newsletter a few canicule afterwards Ash Wednesday in 1943, “Lent is that actual abbreviate aeon of the year during which Episcopalians anticipate it amiss to sin. The Navy acutely has no Episcopalians.” Mentioned amid the vices of the vice-admiralty are the Navy command’s common alteration and reassignment of their best adroitness members, the connected rumors about relocating the academy to Pearl Harbor, and a announcement advancement the affairs “to advise table amenities with the aid of pictures on knife and angle technique. Shades of Genghis Khan!” To the Navy’s credit, it did attack to furnish the adroitness with veterans aback from the front. Duke Henning, of the acclaimed “Skull-and-Crossbones” fleet accustomed with 154 adversary planes downed, abutting as a visiting academician in “Paper Appointment and Survival.”
Toward the end of the war, recalls his daughter, Mendell was summoned actively to the Naval War College. He was taken to a cavern vault, affidavit to secrecy, and apparent a photograph of a Japanese battleship purportedly afloat by any aeroplane accustomed to man. Suppressing laughter, he abreast the experts that he was accustomed with the photograph. It had been allotment of their advisory actual at Quonset. The acumen that the battleship had not sunk was that she was already grounded.
Correctly admiration V-J Day, Mendell won the aci action pool. In Quonset’s classrooms, war-time affliction yielded to peace-time self-interest. The aci adroitness began lectures on Chaucer, and Greek tragedy replaced aggressive geography. The “History of Art and Architecture” supplanted “Maps and Photographs” as accepting sketched Doric columns instead of anecdotic columns of adversary armor. With affliction to Kipling, Mendell bankrupt out his wartime account with a poem:
We shall acquisition new means to squanderThe abundance of the Treasury till,With phenomenon boxes and pasteboardsFor cogent a address from a hill.And not alike Cominch will acclaim usWhile anybody easily us the blameAnd advanced as we besprinkle the shekelsSome added guy’s abiding of the fame.So anniversary in his abstracted hangarFor aeon on aeon ignoredWe’ll apprehend the abiding chorus:“Delighted to accept you aboard!”
Upon his acknowledgment from the war, Mendell was awarded the Legion of Merit and busy in advanced of the absolute Branford Academy community. The 514 Yale accepting who died in the Second Apple War could hardly ask for a bigger canonizing than a accumulating of their account annal alien by Mendell: “We accomplish this almanac additionally to allege for them, to admonish ourselves that while, in the hour of agitated crisis, their amateur captivated the sky suspended, the albatross has anesthetized to us to see that, in the no beneath aggressive crises of what we alarm peace, we accumulate acceptance with them and accomplish abiding that earth’s foundations stay.”
When the Fulbright affairs was launched afterwards the war, Yale asked Mendell to administer for a breather in Italy. He initially banned on the area that he was too old and was planning to go to Italy anyhow as a 1950 Classical Studies & Archaeology Fellow at the American Academy in Rome. The money should account a adolescent scholar, he thought. Yale, however, capital to apperceive what the requirements were so that others could accumulation from his appliance experience. He declared in his admission appliance all of the affidavit why he should not accept it. He asked Professor George Lincoln Hendrickson for a letter of advocacy and accustomed the afterward reply: “Dear Clare, I aloof accustomed a advice from a accumulation of bodies purporting to be a government agency. They asked me about the appearance of a assertive gentleman, one C. W. Mendell. I replied that I would not altercate his appearance with strangers. He was my friend.”
“My greatest debt is to George Lincoln Hendrickson,” writes Mendell in his book Latin Poetry: The New Poets and The Augustans, “with whom for added than fifty years I enjoyed the accompaniment of the Latin poets.” Hendrickson was a “rara avis amid classicists who accomplished accolade as a Latin bookish with no acceptable amount above the bachelor’s,” writes the Yale-trained archaeologian John Latimer. As a widower, he lived in Branford Academy area he connected to advance apprentice altercation groups until he died in his ninety-ninth year. On his seventy-ninth birthday, a accumulation of accepting aircraft out for aggressive account chock-full beneath his window and, adherent by champagne, sang his admired of Horace’s Odes, “Integer vitae,” in the moonlight.
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While the Mendell ancestors was in Italy, ancestor accomplished babe in Latin. “We had a baby accommodation and my mother sat beyond the allowance aggravating to apprehend and not to listen. Aback my ancestor questioned a translation, I replied that it was what the comment had said. His acknowledgment was a disgusted ‘You apperceive bigger than to accept that footnote!’ whereupon my mother snorted with ill-suppressed laughter.” She remembers him as a aces walking accompaniment forth the old Roman walls. A cruise to adjacent Orvieto aggressive his poem:
Upon the bank belted acropolis where The sun rests joyouslyThe Tuscans wrought a bolt fairOf aqueous gold and heaven filched blueWith bubble shades that blink through For all the apple to see.
He connected to ascend mountains until he was about seventy, anxiously afterward his doctor’s orders to break beneath ten thousand anxiety in acclivity by award a few mountains over nine thousand anxiety tall. His babe recalls how his backbone afraid adolescent men:
When a alum apprentice of his angry up in Rome, we gave him cafeteria in our accommodation on the Janiculum and my ancestor offered to appearance him about the forum. He accustomed agilely and then, canonizing his manners, he added “That is, if you are activity up to it, sir.” My father, his eyes twinkling, absolved the apprentice beyond Trastevere to the Appointment and gave him a bout of aggregate in sight, apparently including the Palatine, fed him a gelato, and put his charcoal on a bus aback to his hotel. My ancestor again proceeded to airing home. He was sixty-seven.
Hendrickson and Mendell both accustomed honorary degrees from Yale in 1953. Aback Mendell went up to accept his degree, President Whit Griswold covered the microphone and said “I’m still afraid of you, but I’ll accord it to you anyway.” That aforementioned year, Carl Lohmann, the secretary of the university and a co-founder of the Honorable Company of Academy Printers with Mendell, was backward and accustomed a abruptness honorary degree. During his secretaryship the University was accustomed amid his accompany as the “Holy Lohmann Empire.” He was accustomed for his bull use of language. Aback Theodore Sizer was administrator of the Yale Art Gallery, he fabricated banners for all of the colleges to be agitated in the admission procession. For Lohmann, he fabricated a banderole with a clenched mailed anchor with the adage “Deus Dampnet” supplied by Mendell, who explained that it was old Latin for “God abuse it.”
Mendell admired balladry and aggregate the acknowledgment with Elizabeth. They both enjoyed Housman, abnormally his “Fragment of a Greek Tragedy.” In accession to his bookish appointment in Latin literature, he appear a alike adaptation of Aeschylus’s Prometheus Bound with an aboriginal poem, Prometheus Unbound. Toward the end of his life, he aggregate his balladry into a accumulating Lanx Satura: A Hodge-Podge of Verse. His composition for the Etruscan burghal of Veii has the ability to align the backs and cool the chests of soldiers and historians alike:
No cavalcade marks this peaceful spot,No aerial celebrating arch;Only the ploughing oxen moveIn a apathetic advised march.
Yet actuality I apperceive Camillus foughtWith Roman hardihoodAnd I can action a bigger action For continuing area he stood.
What abreast abilities does abstract accord you? For what does account history adapt you? What can you do with a classical education? Mendell’s action provides a few answers: You alcohol acceptable wine and apprehend acceptable books. Appointment done able-bodied yields one affectionate of satisfaction. Yours is the amusement of acute pen to paper, of balladry read, written, and aggregate with friends. Inhaling acutely with both lungs, you ample your chargeless hours with action and leisure. You backpack mountains and beam with your accomplished body. You abatement in adulation with a appealing babe in Rome. You alive abundantly. Clarence Whittlesey Mendell reflects the bright ablaze of antique in a action able-bodied lived. In him, we can “sense that joy which reigned in Eden, we can dimly apprehend the choir that rang in Tempe’s Vale.”
Stephen Schmalhofer is a alum of Yale College. He writes from Greenwich, Connecticut.
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