Admiral Billard Academy - Admiral Yearbook (New London, CT)

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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1952 volume:

Clarke Hull Palmer House ADMIRAL BILLARD ACADEMY New London Connecficuf QT WILLIAM F. CARNEY We, the class of 1952, take great pride and pleasure in presenting the i952 "Admiral" to Mr. William F. Carney. We feel that his guidance and inspiration has had a definite influence on our lives here at Billard, both in the classroom and on the playing field. An athlete of the finest caliber himself, he has shown us what true sportsmanship really means in our daily life. His words, "There is only a thin thread between success and failure," will always remain in our memories. We again would like to thank Mr. Carney and wish him success and happiness in the future. 2 Dedication of 7952 Admiral He Ioved boys and Bullard TAPS REAR ADMIRAL WILLIAM T STROMBERG Unlted States Coast Guard Superlntendent Emeritus Admlral Bullard Academy CAPTAIN GEORGE E PETERSON United States Navy Former Dnsclplme Ofticer Admiral Bullard Academy 3 Q: - ff He was a loyal friend. . . Jflii V . rg, I . . nv.- an .45 "' 1:',' RICHARD M QUINN Feature Edntor R GORDON BUTLER JOHN F QUINN JR Busmess Mqngggy Assnstant Business Manager 3' 1 n? is GEORGE H BRYANT Treasurer HOMER E BAKER JR Sports Eclntor JOSEPH S VALIANTI Art Editor THADDEUS J KROLICKI Editor In Chief JOHN EGGENBERGER gs Secretary COMMANDER F D LEYSER ERICKJ EKLUND Faculty Aclvnser Photography Editor We the staff wash to thank all those who have partucupated an maknng thus book possible lt has been our asm to combune the features of school lufe un general so that In the future the graduating class may recall the pleasant tnmes that they shared together lt has been an honor and prnvulege to make up thas book and we hope that you enloy readxng at as much as we dnd compllmg It We would luke to extend our congratulatlons to the Class of 52 ond wnsh them success un theur future voyage through lute .A .Q Q 'Q Q ,X ,H t ..,,y A tv V . I . t. Z 4, -S-1 I FREDERIC D. LEYSER Superintendent DartrI1outh,A.B., magna cum laude, M.C.S., Phi Beta Kappa. 'Tn WALDO E. CLARK CARL H. WEIS Chairman of the Board of Directors Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 8.5.5 Former Mayor of New London Yale Medical School, M.D.g Instructor Yole Medical School. School Doctor. I t 'ri 5 J ' S701 ? hung. WALDO K. CLARKE .IULIUS W, FOOTE Head of Department of Naval Instruction Bay Path Institute Brown University, A.B.g Lieutenant, U. S. Supply and Maintenance Omcen U4 S' C' G' R' Naval Reserve Omcer, Lieutenant Ii.g.Jg Supply Corps Cspeciall. in NUNZIO R. RAGNO Commandont of Cadets Norwich, A.B.g Rhode Island School of Education, Brown University, Graduate Work. 'T'-19:4 SALVATORE A. AMANTI Athletic Director Providence College, A.B. in Education. Civics, History, Sociology. Housemaster Palmer House, Coach of Baseball and Bas- lcetball. F A C LEON W CLARKE Am erst BA Columbia MA Head of Department of English Librarian House master of Clarke Hall Ch-.4 ,i 1 JOSEPH .IARDINE Rutgers University AB In English English kett House li CHARLES W CUPELLO New York University Chemistry Biology BRADLEY T PERRY Middlebury BA Brown MA Rifle Team Coach Lueutenant U S C G R En is Public Speaking an :al PW? WILLIAM F CARNEY Colgate University Teachers College Columbia AB MA 755 3-L 'Lf' HAROLD L KNIGHTS ANTHONYJ SCIPIONE Tufts College AB In Education Harvard U S Merchant Marine Academy BS Work Chemistry Biology General Science MA Physics Housemaster Palmer House awk '15, Q if RALPH T AUSTIN Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Holy Cross College BNS BS Housemaster Palmer House Lieutenant Iggy U S N R Physics General Science Mathematics Track Coach I1 , - .2 ' , . . ' ' 5 of I 1. 9 I Q I ' - I 2 I , f M is -W I Public Speaking, History. Housemaster Saci Universityg Reston- University, 'Graduate Mlarinie Engineeringp Columbia Uniyersity I 42 I' 5 1 5 ' , , , ' 7 Q 5 C'o . ' I , . , . , .5 gl' hy 5 A A ,7 , 45 I S I sw X ff 'Vo!A7,fl If EL 'fb iw FIRST CLASSMEN 1952 4 5 W xW QX X . Q x 4 2 9" xi-L f 7 In V L Si 4, .. E ' ,J xii J 'W R, 6 f. Q F H 7 . ,Q l X , i 'J' Y If Q .Ax - '02 H f', ,f f'N 5 ' ' ,V yy '61 0 V' XM' Q :L ' 7 QW I A jj!! ' " I ' a fk vf f n f -' 7'1-,: Zlfx X si-wx, If " fi A J, 4 jijf' A i'.,, XX 'I .-1,- V X ' Q' . ' K xx '15, I I g a ff - A , b 4 nt- ' ' .1 K X X r fx I ri K XX X x ' , W 1 IC ' GEORGE LOUIS ALVAREZ 32 43 46th St Lang lsland Cnty 3 N Y Lt Commander Battalion Commander nor Student 4 3 2 l N wman Club 4 3 2 l Esc Platoon 3 2 Coxswam 3 2 l Track 2 Charrman Hop Com ee l 2nd P O Co G ard 4 V y ub George came to us as a fourth classman and has been msplratlon to the Cadet Corps ever slnce Hrs natural leadershrp and love of mulltary life have made ham a competent Battalron Commander We feel that Georges sense of humor and con scrousness are bound to convey hum to success rn the mnlrtary fled LAURENCE BARRINGER Beldon Hull Rd Wrlton Conn Petty Omcer Frrst Class Company A Basketball 'l Larry us one of the best lrked cadets at Bullard He rs always carrymg a smnle on hrs face and contunually In a good mood Larry us a hard worker and you can always depend upon hum We are sure that he wrll go far rn whatever fleld he chooses Good luck to you HOMER EDWARD BAKER .IR 55 Hanson Place Brooklyn N Y Company C Bos etball 2 1 Tra k 2 Baseball 2 'I Varsty Cl b 2 'I Sports Edrtor Admlral 'l Bullard would not have been the same this year without sonalrty and wonderful sense of humor have kept the men of Sockett House rn good sprrnts throughout the year He has been acclaimed for his speed on the track by many sportsmen throughout the East We know that Homer wlll be popular wherever he goes and feel sure that he wlll succeed an what ever held he may choose Good Luck Homer may the good Lord bless and keep you for we know that there has never been a more loyal frrend than yourself ROBERT BASMADJIAN 53 Buch St East Orange N J Company B Basmo arrnved at Bullard last fall from the great state of New Jersey and Immediately made hlmself very popular Hrs ready wut and ablllty to make a loke aut of almost everything have carried hum far and surely wrll carry hum 'further Good luck Bob we know that you wrll make a success out of whatever you do U . I . v A ' , . . 1 - - , - ff H Ho , , , 5 e , , , g ort ll . rl I . CH I 1 1 l U , I mitt g . . 25 lor u , 35 arsit CI 2, 'lg ' ' ' Class Secretary 'lp Admiral Staff 'lg Buoy Stall l. "Brooklyn's Ambassador to New London," Homer's genial per- an l l . ' ' 1 'N Y x Q4 ,, ,, I H H - - 8 FDB Q" l THEDQRE BERGERON ROBERT DENNIS BRENNAN 515 Wmchester St Keene N H Company C Football l Varsity Club l Newman Club l Although Ted was wrth us only hall a year hts quick smtle and lukeable personaltty have won htm many friends at Bullard Hrs supertor football abrltty and all around sportsmanship both on and oft the playrng fleld are tratts of which all are proud Ted was a farm boy from New Harnpshrre and was noted for ts ca Smooth sarltng to a tlne person friend a d athlete an all your endeavors rn the future EDMUND KARL BROWN JR FD 3 Bax Torrington Conn Lteutenant Company A Commander Rrtle Club 3 For tour years now the decks of Clarke Hall have been creaktng under the 240 lbs of Ed Brown Durtng most of hrs stay at Bullard Brownres ltved a good ltfe and made a host of friends In hrs last year the hugh brass entrusted htm wrth A Company Wrth a hard workrng guy ltke Brownte at thetr the Clarke Hall n ave ken a honors s ar Browme rs noted for hrs cars and they seem to be tops as has hobby 'l96 Sdrgedrtt SY Holyoke M355 Company B Baseball 'I Football 'l Basketball 'I Newman Club l Var stty Club 'l B has earned qutte a reputation for htmself here t Bullard and has proved to be a marnstay tn each Although he spends much at hrs ttme wrttrng to a certam Holyoke lass Bob ts one of the lrvelter personaltttes of Palmer House and always has tame to stt tn on a good bull sesston The determination and good sportsmanshrp that Bo has acqurred throughout hrs athletrc career wrll do much toward helptng htm succeed later lrle Heres wtshlng that a terrlflc guy gets all the luck he deserves jab GEORGE HUBERT BRYANT 399 Wmona Blvd Rochester N Y Petty Ottlcer Ftrst Class Company C ewman Club 'I Baseball l Varsrty Club Admtra Treasurer l Hop Commrttee l Thus handsome talented lad tnvaded Bullard last fall and hs pleastng personalny tmmedtately won htm many friends Hrs croanrng vorce and abtltty on the baseball dtamond have ltfted the morale of Sackett House greatly Good luck to you George we know your good naturedness wtll carry you tar Q -F . - ' 1 1 V U f 1 I . 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' , , , 4 ' - N J : ' 1: " ' I" lead V me h ta u Q f , . 5 , ' ' 9 gli N..- RALPH FREEMAN BRYANT 30 South West 'll St Fort Lauderdale Fla Lieutenant Sub Bottolnon Commander Rebel fervent admtrer of General R E Lee came to us from the deep and sunny South rn the mud year 50 Durlng has term at Bullard he has proved to the Staff and Cadets has abtllty as an officer Ralphs hopes for the comung year are centered on the Naval Academy Best of luck to a great guy' '35 10 RAYMOND GORDON BUTLER 324 Taunton Ave East Provtdence R I Company B Football 'I Vorslty Club 1 Scultng Club l Newman Club 'I Buslness Manager Admnral 'I Honor Student 2 Gordon was one of the first of the many Provudence boys whnch we were so fortunate to have with us thus year Hs smooth tallung has carrned htm far here and wlll be a great asset to htm un whatever fleld he enters Hts suave mannensms seem to have an attroctuon for the opposite sex and although that he has a deflnlte place IN the Provldence soclal circles We want to wash hum the best of luck nn college and later on In the legal profession Q ar' JOSEPH MICHAEL CAMPAGNA 'l7 Home St New London Conn Company B .loe a nattve of New London who came to us gust In time to play football was an outstanclung player Hts humor and wlnntng smtle has made htm many friends here He was leading scorer an Basketball and a good pitcher on the Baseball team Wtth hrs athletuc powers and his warm personality we lxnow Joe wnll go for 'Q""f ROBERT JOSEPH CRONIN 28 Wall St Meriden Conn Company A Bob has made a hut wnth all the cadets at Bullard A poten tual baseball star he has helped Coach Amontls team greatly He ts a wonderful guy so to you Bob the best of everythmg 4 ' ' Q -,A K. 5 A , - , ' , . . ' - ' u n H H - . . . I ' ' ' I I I 1 ' ' , ' ' - 1, - n . I , . . , . , . . . I i , 4 . . . I . he has not remained at school on every weekend, we imagine f t 4' I . in .-f A V . , . . . , 11 ll " ' I f - . . vl I , - , - , , , , , 10 3 1 inf? JOHN PATRICK DONAHUE 221 Dewey St Worcester Mass Company B Basketball l Newman Club l Class Treasurer l Varsrty Cu l Jack came to us thrs fll harlrng from Worcester Mass and rmmedrately won the frrendshrp respect and admrratron of the entrre Cadet Corps Durrng the basketball season Jack Squeaky as hrs teammates called hrm was the key man one ot the tlnest basketball teams rn the schools hrstory The members ot the senror class wrll never forget hrm and wrsh m the best of luck rn the future 2-4- L. JOHN SCOTT EGGENBERGER Chref Petty Otlicer Company C H nor Student 3 2 l 3rd PO 2 Stott Yeoman 2 Se e tary Admrrol l Newman Club l Escort Platoon 2 Coxswarn l Sub Chaser Crew 3 Chess C ub 'I Warter John arrrved here at Brllard rn January l95O and rmmedr ately establrshed hmself as a brrllront good natured cadet Moose can be recognrzed erther by the sound of hrs type wrrter breakrng the srlence or by l-rrs famous remark My sen trments exactly Partrcrpatrng rn many extra currrcular actrvr tres rn and around Brllard he has proven that nothrng rs too hard or complex for hrm We all lorn rn wrshrng John the best o luck rn hrs chosen career JOHN ARMOUR DEMPWOLF 253 N Hartley St York Pa Lreutenant Company C Commander seball 2 l asketball 2 Foo a 2 Rrfle Team Class Treasurer 2 Honor Student 2 l Demp arrrved at Brllard rn the fall of 50 and rmmedrately made a great number of frrends rn the corps Thrs versatrle lad from York Pa proved hrs skrll on the basketball court by becomrng one of our JV marnstays an rn mrlrtary rfe as Company Commander of Company C Keep up the good work John and you re bound to be a success lux Q trv ERICK JAMES EKLUND 53 Stone House Rd Bridgeport Conn Lreutenant llQl Band Company Commander Basketball Mgr l Baseball 1 Photography Edrtor Admrral Varsr y C ub Errck the Brrdgepart Bombshell was called by many the man of the year Hrs qurck wrt smrle and pleasrng personalaty made hrm lrked by everyone If there ever was a frrend of anybody rt was Errck Good luck Errck we know youll wc ceed rn whatever fleld you choose 5 g 5 ' Ba , 7 B , T5 tb ll 5 ' lg l b . 5 , . . 0 I ., I rl H U . . . , I . . ,, ,, . ' . I ' or: . ' " A - . d . . . I. hi ' A ' ,1 sv he 42 Monroe Ave. Little Silver, N. J. . ' , , 0 , , 1 - . f 1 Cr - . 1 2 ' " ' " , " ' 5 5 5 ' lg 't l l, 2, g 5 l g ' 3. ' V ff ' r ' ' 4 . ll Qt fb 1- JOHN WESLEY FIERO 8 Bogert Place Bronxvnlle B New York Lieutenant g Sub Company Comdr C Co Football 3 2 Baseball 3 Rifle Team I Honor Student 3 r P C Co 2 Escort Platoon 3 Commander a ey 2 Admiral Staff 2 Varsity Club 2 I Coxswain mmlttee 2 n in I w I Club I Sailing Club I Chess Club I Social Committee I John In his three years at Billard has more than proved himself He has displayed his excellent athletic abilities as well as a distinct ability ta lead Long known as o lady killer he always holds his own with the members of the fairer sex All our luck to John whose future success IS assured pr 1' I JOHN DANIELS FISK 86 Wnlber Rd Swampscott Mass Company B ooch one o the as of that dying species known four year men In these four years he has piled up a great number of demerits and also a great number of friends We year and we wash him the best of luck in that endeavor 131-s C' WILLIAM MURRAY FLANDERS Core Drive Nlantlc Conn Lieutenant llgj Sub Adlutant Bill is one of our more studrous cadets here at Billard His pleasant disposition hos gained him many friends in the Corps well as the facu y Bull ls a wonderful guy to know as he has charge of all the demerits handed out We are sure that he will succeed in the Coast Guard Academy and indeed prove himself a crednt to Billard and to his parents ing, WILLIAM JAMES FLYNN 20 Highland Ave Salem Moss Company A Bll has been at Billard for a period of six months and that time made friends with practically the whole corps As as a good student he w s a swell guy Good Iuc u Bull w . ' J 7- r f X ,E V ,I gl' ' I 1 - P, E 1-" - yil 'J I - if fi I ,, H , 1 J ' 7 , "F " is f I t ' ' as 2, If 3d. .O. " " . 1 , Ip - . ' G ll 5 " ' " 5 ' , 5 ' 3, ' ' . 2, Ip Food Co ' , lp Fe c' g 3g Sk'd Ro 2, Ig R'fIe all know that John is giving his all to get into college this Q ' X1 ,fm ' Y' , -- 1' I . . . . - . i . . . I in as in It . ' ' ' well o . k to ' . yo , A , and we all know that you ill go far in life. I2 36 ' LEON LAROY FOSTER JR 7 Lancaster Road Needham 92 Mass Enslgn Cadet Aide to the Supernntendent The Chnef as he ns commonly called rs a fomuluar sught on the decks of Clarke Hall He and has clupboard have grown to be part of the mochmery an the operatnon to thus sc ool The Chief ls well luked by all who know hum and we of the corps are sure that success wall be his NL, JOSEPH MANNING FUGERE 1235 Manvulle Road Woonsocket R l Lieutenant Battallon Adlutant R e Team 3 2 'I 3rd P O 2 Football 3 2 Buoy Staff l Honor Student 3 2 Hop Committee 'I Newman Club Class Presldent 2 Joe came to Bullard un 49 brmgung with hum that carefree French smile Joe has proved to be a good friend to all and as Cadet Adlutant a capable leader He as a crack shot on the range and he also has an eye for the women We all know that Joe wlll keep hlttlng those bulls eyes In future years if-' if 1 RAYMOND HARVEY GARLAND Company A Ray one of Coach Amantls bug five has shown himself great on and off the ball fleld Starring In both basketball and baseball he has gnven much to our school We wish htm much success In whatever future he may seek ROGER GAUDETTE 67 Mechanuc St Spencer Mass 3rd PO Company A Basketball 1 Track I Honor Student 1 Color Guard l Rog a sound cadet of intelligence and athletic prowess halls from the hrck town Spencer There waltzed unto Rogers lnfe a very beautlful gurl named Fran In the background how ever looms a housemaster watch out Roger that you dont lose your little queen Hls mann ambltxon nn life however becng a tooth puller He can not walt untnl he has a shungle hangung from his door stating Painless Gaudette the Wonder Doctor We all know that he wull galn noteworthy success at Tufts where he ns destmed Best of everythang In the future Rog " ' " ' ,' " ' ifl , , : . - : , 1 1 . ' ' , 1 ' 1 3, 2, l: I-97' if . 275 East 237 St. New York 70, N. Y. ' - , V a I ul . an a I I I 'I3 RICHARD LOUIS GENERAZIO 124 Hrgh Street Newton Mass Company B Escort Platoon 3 2 Rrfle Club 3 Band 3 2 For three years we have heard the melodrous tones of Gens vorce resoundrng through the halls of Brllard Berng three year man he has helped rmmensely rn gettrng the com panres rnto shape We know that G ns wrt plus hrs talent w grve hrm a chance to go for rn lfe 43" PATRICK JOSEPH HALEY 4703 Chane Ave Bethesda Md Company B Patty our governor and southern gentleman rs Marylands grft to Brllard Hrs lrvely sense of humor and hrs everlastrng hustle on the athletrc fleld have made hrm on all around gentleman He rs also an outstandrng student whrch rs proved by the fact that he rs on the honor roll ine si FRANCIS GRANATO 17 59Ym0Uf 5' Waterbury Conn Company 8 Arrrvrng at Brllard from Waterbury Frank soon establrshed hrmself as a good athlete and student He possesses a great deal of humor and a strong character Hrs berng elected pres: dent of hrs class shows hrs wrllrngness to work We know that he wrll be successful rn the future rn erther athletrcs or n whrch he deserves Q.. OU5 JOHN B HALLORAN 138 Lrberty St New Bedford Mass Company B John came to Bullard from New Bedford and rrnmedrately made many frrends Hrs wrtty humor and wrllrngness to help others has brought hrm much popularrty Whether rn studres or rn sports he always drd hrs best For hrs drlrgence rn studies and sport John wrll be a success rn whatever fleld he chooses We wrsh hrm the best of luck rn the future rr 1 rr . . . I . G I I ' - -h - - ' ,, E , H - - ' ' ' ' ' 5 in ' ' - i . whatever fleld he chooses. We wish him the best of luck, . ,1 T4 BASIL DAVIS HARRINGTON Dlablo Heughts Canal Zone Company A Football I Varslty Club l Newman Club l Honor Student l Basal arruved at Bullard thls fall as a Postgraduate student haulmg from the Canal Zone He has done very well durtng has stay and us a gold star honor student The fourth deck of Clarke Hall would not have been the same wuthout hs x uberent laughter He us planmng to attend the U S C G Acad emy and make the Coast Guard has career Good luck Basnl qw-'Y K RICHARD HOFFEND 1388 Mount Hope Ave Rochester N Y Company C Duck as one of the boys who boarded The Shlp at mud year He halls from Rochester New York and has won the fruendshlp of all hands He as a hard and serious worker and hrs ready wut plus hns always present smlle was shown through out the tnme he was aboard wnth us All Sackett House knows that theur mate wall succeed an the future because of theur past ossoctatlons wlth htm and theur confidence that anything he may do wrll b done by a great guy and a square shooter L0 !""r HAROLD THOMAS KELLY 34 Dryden Ave Pawtucket R I Company B Basketball Scorer l Newman Club I Snnce Harolds arrnval from Pawtucket has wrtty phrases and lokes have made hum a good friend to all Hrs robust character and humor have always spread good cheer wherever he was The members of the Basketball Team wrll always remember hrs hard work IH scorung therr games May he always have the st of l ck hs future I9 WILLIAM AUGUSTUS KENNEDY P wtucket R l Company A 83 Warren Ave F otball 'l Basketball I Baseball 'I Varsxty Club l Bll us without o doubt the best all around athlete Bu ord h s seen nn many a year A naturalborn athlete he eels most home on the grrdtron basketball court or baseball dna mond Bull as also gifted wuth a real sense of humor and we seldom see hum wnthout a smule or hrs well known chuckle Has likeable personaluty wrll carry hum far and we hope he gets a the breaks he deserves later Q 1 . ' l . , . . I1 rl " I' . - - tt - H . 1 : : . ' ' i 2 - . . . ' . A ' I ' e . aa l . 0 I Kv t.. . ' C.-. T V - ,V , c , . . p . O 1 : : ' . . , . . . i - - -ll ' ' ' . ' a ' . - , f be u in i l'f. I ' l I II in life. I5 v:":' JOHN KOFFMAN JR. Maun Street Brewster Mass Company A John us one of the best luked cadets at Clarke Hall Although he left at mud years he was here long enough to make favorable and lastung umpressuon on us We are sure he wull go for un thus world of ours a,s:' f, 5. RICHARD MARTIN KOPANSKI 38 Arnold Road North Attleboro Mass Ensugn Headwouter Basketball I Newman Club 'I Chess Club I Varsuty Club 'I Escort Platoon I Sub Chaser Crew I Saulung Club 'I Coxs waun I Pokey as he us called by all has contrubuted much to the spurut and welfare ot the Cadet Corps Hus sparklung wut and generosuty have marked hus personaluty throughout hs enture stay at Bullard Pokey us noted as a smart dresser and an excellent dancer Wuth all these fine characterustucs we are sure that he wull be a great success un whatever professuon he may choose in" 43' THADDEUS JAMES KROLICKI Company C Edutorun Chuef Admural I Newman Club I Buoy Staft 'I Saulung Club I Honor Student 'I Coxswaun 'I Bedroom Ath lete 'I Ted us Pawtuckets guft to Bullard from Luttle Rhody Rhode Island Ted was known for hrs smooth and entucung ways wuth the gurls un New London Hus cool talk and ready humor made hum stand out as a guy wuth great personaluty Thus book alone can speak for The Bruuser Every page contaunung new and brulluant udeas has the name Ted Krolucku on ut Just stay the way you are Ted and your future wull surely be a success gnup- "bv-F RICHARD JAY KYTE Company A Haulung from Chucago Duck has proved humselt a hard and seruous worker Hus room us sometumes called the rec room of Clarke Hall He us an Honor student and a swell kud Lots of luck un the Coast Guard Academy u, uf . . ' ' - 1 1 : ' : ' - , 0 1 : " 1 - . . , ll I Il ' ' . . . i . . ,u U . . . . ' 'Sr' ' I4 Longley Court Pawtucket, R. I. 7803 SL-mgcmon Chicago, III, 1, ,u H fu .'-u-In -,ui 5 i .. . I. . . . , . ' . , . . . . uu fu , , , , . I6 S' . KIRK ROLAND laVIGNE 136 Qurnaposet Lane Worcester Mass Company A Basketball l Track l Honor Student l Krrk came to Brllard thrs year rrght out of the clear blue from Worcester and took over the srtuatron lrke a storm The fast cadet proved hrs speed on the basketball court as well as an the track fleld Hrs hopes of gorng to Holy Cross and becomrng a busrness mon rn the future are hrs morn goals Best of luck rn everythrng that you may undertake Krrk w know that you have that extra punch to succeed Q ALBERT McNAMARA 287 No Harvard St Boston Mass Company B Irrsh Mac or the mayor of Brllard rs a great football player and an even greater guy On the football field he rs noted for hrs constant aggressrveness and n ver say dre sp rrt Hrs sprrrt and frrendlrness combrned wrth hrs realrstrc thrnkrng wrll c rry hrm for rn thrs word Ll l. JORGE lUCO 5 Ponrente 43 Vina del Mar Chile Company A Luco as he rs commonly called came to Brllard at Mrd Years and rmmedrately proved hrrnself to be quite a guy Hrs famrlrar worm accent rs a pleasure to hear through the decks of Clarke Hall He has occredrted hrmself wrth the faculty as well as the students because of hrs wonderful acodemrc work We are all sure that he wrll succeed rn all of hrs endeavors 4. ' l' s GERALD ROBERT LUGINBUHL 9 Overlook Drrve Port Washrngton l. I N Y lreutenant ll g J Sub company Commander B Co Football 2 l Admrral Stal? l Wheel Watch 3 Gerry has spent about as much trme at Brllard as Wrllre Sutton has spent rn rarl Both have taken off about the same number of trmes Durrng hrs stay at Brllard Gerry has accom plrshed two practrcally rmpossrble thrngs Frrst he has mode love to every grrl rn New london Second he has remarned unrversally popular and been an excellent cadet ottlcer at the same trme We could be stereotyped d h hrm luck later lrfe but the fact rs Gerry doesnt need luck he makes hrs own ln about fifty years when the rest of us are sweatrng for our darly bread Gerry wrll be on some South Sea rsland wrth a dusky marden on one hand and a gloss rn the other enloyrng lrfe as usual . I I I ,, ,, rr H ,, tt - . . J 1 . . - ,, - rr - - - . ' ' Al ' rr - , 9 5 . 6, '- f' by . - . . y , I ' , . ., . , H ,I ' ' ll tl . . - , , f' ' " ' ' Waterfront Crew 3, 25 Track 3, 2, 'lg Escort Platoon 2, 'lg . 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RICHARD JAMES MARTIN FRANCIS MEDVETZ Main St Niantic Conn Company C Although Duck was wuth us for only a half a year he made hus presence known by hus calm and quuet manner Duck was a capable basketball player although he dud not have tume to dusplay hus talents Hus quuet manner and hus attentuon t unstructuons both un and out of class have advanced Duck far both un the mulutary and scholostuc field Duck us settung hus aums for one of the Govt academues and we suncerely hope he attauns hus goal Good luck Duck on your voyage through u e 92 Lowell St Carteret N J Company C Football 'I Basketball 'I Varsuty Club I Frank us one of the quueter cadets here at school but no one would thunk that of hum whule watchung hum perform on the gruduron Not only us he a master of the football but hes a spuruted and agule basketball player as well We are sure that he wull contunue on the road to success all through hs future lufe FDA IAN MATHER MERCIER 2565 Bexley Park Rd Columbus 9 Ohuo Lueutenant Company B Commander Escort Platoon 2 Track 2 3 Fencung 3 Class Vuce resu Suavuty urbanuty and versatlluty are all contained un thus very capable Company Commander of B Company Leo us one of the true old cadets havung made hus first stroll across the boordwalks back un l949 lt us rumored that the local colleens are constructung a monument un honor ofthe good Iookung cadet who dud so much to ameluorate theur socual lufe We know that eo e su essful n th fu e h ha be the past LAURENCE PARKER MORSE 51 Stevens Rd Needham Mass Company A Order of DeMolay I Food Commuttee I Coxswaun I After fifteen years af serenuty Clarke Hall us finally uumpung and the muracle maker us none other than the Rovung Rover Morse It wull be a long tume before the old puano stops shakung m hus Iungle beats and the halls of fthe Heapj wull or ever echo hot lucks on the lucoruce stuck He claums hes unterested anumal husbandry but the way he runs around wuth Bella we thunk hes unterested un lust plaun husbandry If Larry ever s un uble ater ue d I5 wu a flash hus smule and h ll be all t . . - . . . . O I i - ' I rf . I rw ,u 5 , 3: , 1 ' 1 ' P '- : ' : ' A dent Ig Rifle Club 35 Swimming 45 Ist. Petty Oflicer 2. ' ' ' - ' , ' ' I fro ' ' , I ' f - u i . v . I u "L " will b as cc i e tur as ie s en in get ' tro l on in l'f , all he's got to 0 ' 'nk . nd ' ' e' se. I8 ,N F f X, rf: JOHN VERNON NOSSECK 15 Shore Drlve New London Conn Company A Bug John arruved at Bullard thus fall and nn a short tame he was recognlzed as one of the best natured ol cadets Von has never been seen when he wasnt smnlung and has rollnng chuckle has produced many hilarious moments During the fall John played a whale of a game at right taclcle on the football team Hts ambntnon us to be a teacher coach Hes a swel fellow and w hate t s e htm leave but If he goes through Bullard hell be un the blue chups all the time JOHN COSGROVE PHILLIPS 4335 37 St NW Washungton DC Company B Lou voted best natured and most handsome boy nn Bullard ts muld mannered and easy going He IS noted for his love of 'azz sleep and Washmgton DC He as seen most of the time borrowsng butts from Kelly Maryland Unaverstty IS getting qunte a football player as well as a wonderful guy Bullard IS bidding farewell to a truly great sport YI" KENNARD MILLER PALFREY A95 Muddle Road Portsmouth N H Lleutenant llgl Sub Company A Commander Color Guard I Band Company Batt Drummer 'l Honor Student I Ken one of our New Hampshtre representatnves us a swell guy and a great student He was apponnted Sub Company Commander of A Company at mud years and has been doing a great 'ob of It We all hope Ken makes the Coast Guard Academy but we lcnaw wherever he goes he wnll be a success at I JOHN FRANCIS QUINN JR 22 Arlington St Pawtucllet R I Football I Varsnty Club I Honor Student I Coxswaun I Newman Club I Sanlnng Club I Food Commuttee I Admnral Staff I Rhode Island s guft to Bullard here s the suave self possessed gaodloolung cadet who has been monopoluznng the Conn Col lege belles for the past year Jacks concrete stance made hum a great asset to the football team s flrst strung and we apologuze for not havnng a wrestlmg team where he could further dnsplay has athletnc abuluty Jaclcs scholastuc efflcuency has only been surpassed by has partynng protlcuency consequently we feel sure that he will soon be tttled Brown Umverswty s ICVOFIYE son ,, ,, Q . 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H I9 lf f 'US ' to BRUCE LEONARD RIFKIN 435 Ocean Parkway Brooklyn N Y Band Company Honor Student 1 When Mrs Rrfkrn s son arrrved here rn the fall we all thought he would be the quret studrous type of cadet Instead he turned out to be one of the wrttrest men here An effervescent splrlt combined wrth his magrc on the elghty erghts a hrgh scholastrc average and a flarr for the farrer sex all blend to make a terrrtic guy Good luck to a great guy xx MICHAEL TALBOT SAYWARD 25 West Broward Blvd Fort lauderdale Florrda Lreutenant Junror Grade Personnel Omcer lrttle Mrke came to us from the deep south rn the fall of 50 and srnce has made lrttle success rn convrncrng the men of Sackett H use to as h p ts rt save your confederate money boys the south wrll ruse agarn As of yet Mrke hasnt made any certarn plans for the future but he hopes to return to the Sunny South to seek hrs fortune Well mrss you Mrke dont go takrng any of that Confederate money FRANCIS MICHAEL SKORONSKI 5 Talmadge St Derby Conn Color Guard Frank comes from Derby a lrttle town on the outskrrts of ew Haven Lr le kr he rs called by hrs classma es rs never seen wrthout a broad srnrle hrs face He tells football rs hrs favorrte sport and proved rt by berng a regular performer on Brllords Irne thus past season Usually spends hrs Spare trme wrrtrng letters He clarms hrs fovorrte hobby rs women Some college wrll enroll Frank rn September Loads 0 luck to a great uy ROBERT FRANCIS SKORONSKI 5 Talmadge St Derby Conn Color Guard Brg Skr rs wrthout a doubt one of the most versatile football players Brllard has ever known Hrs actron both on and off the held has burlt hrm up to be the clean cut fellow Sk rs He has been a consrstent gold star student and has proved that he can do onythrng he sets hrs mrnd to Some co ege wrll enroll hrm rn the near future The best of uck to a great guy K x Q 6 , a ' Q' , . . . 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H . . . t ' f g . 20 'i vw' BERNARD JAMES THOMPSON 8 Knmball Rd Methuen Mass Company A A new member of our corps of cadets Red has acqurred many friends during hrs st y at Bullard He has a pleasnng personalnty and a fruendly dusposutnon He has gone home re quently on various occasions but everyone that knows hlm lnkes hum Best of luck Red All m..- 'E' JOSEPH STEVEN VALIANTI 69 South St Marlboro Mass 2nd Petty Officer Shnp Company C Football l Basketball 'I Honor Student 1 Newman Club 'l Baseball 'l Varsnty Club 1 Year Book Staff 1 Art Edntor 'l Joe Valiant: llttle ire ball from Marlboro Mass loaned Bullard last fall He as friendly fast and hard worlung On the football field he never says due and was always around when he was needed Along with all thus he has a reputation of always benng happy and easy to get along with H.ls success he gustly deserves best of luck sv'- is-7 MASSIMO ANTHONY VALIANTI 69 South St Marlboro Mass Company C Football l Baseball l Newman Club 1 Varsity Club l Massue haulung from Marlboro Mass came aboard last September Massle soon became a mainstay an the football squad Also accompanynng has football abultty he has been ac clanmed an expert on Table Manners and there ns a rumor cnrculatmg throughout Bullard that Massne has been gtvung lessons to Cadets Next year he will be entertaining college and our best washes go wuth hum ROBERT HENRI WELLS 165 Stevens Ave Jersey Cty N J Chnef Petty Offlcer Band Company Bob better known as Orsen as known for hus sparklung wut and humor Hrs fabulous vocabulary and hrs excellence n Engllsh foretells another Walt Whutman un the makmg He was known as the leader of the Galley slaves and may some day earn the rnght to be called a walter Good luck un the future Orsen ff hp- I Q I . , . 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CLASS WILL We the class of nrneteen hundred and tlfty two berng of sound mrnd and rn full possessron of our faculties hereby wrll and bequeath the followrng to the sard benefactors George Alvarez leaves these few words to the officers men of the Battalron of 53 KNOCK IT OFF' McNamara leaves hrs church key to Drck Qurnn an Jack Qurnn lust leaves Rrck Eklund leaves hrs Duffo personolrty to DeWyk Lou Phrllrps leaves hrs 5 oclock shadow to Drck Ahl strand Bruce Rrfkm leaves hrs kosher salamr to Chuck Sternberg George Bryant leaves hrs art gallery to Mr Sardlne John Halloran leaves hrs 9000 demerrts to someone wrthout any Gordon Butler leaves hrs connections wrth Cmdr Leyser to Drck Qurnn Ted Bergeron leaves hrs prg call to Bob Prpe Basrl Harrrngton leaves hrs sex appeal to DeWyk Jack Donahue leaves hrs basketball unrtorm to some lucky guy Ted Krolrckr leaves hrs bedsrde manners to Bob Plpe Joe Fugere leaves hrs mrscellaneous keys to Bob Law ,,,..,.4'-- "-It-.gi- X x 27 X . . I ' I . . . . 1 . d - 1 ll ll . . . . - - ll ll - . . . , . . . I . . . . . ' u - ll ' 1 . . . . . . ,, . ,, . . -.,......c -- W W...--- fr---- " iv- Y SECOND CLASS third row: Vercelli, DeWyk, Steinberg, Michaelaros, Bopp, Howland, Ahlstrand, Ely. second row: Robertson, R. Quinn, Sivert, Borkowski, Law, Malfas, LaCharite. first row: Pipe, Libby, F. Hatfield. THIRD CLASS back row: Haack, Gallagher, T. Hatfield, Ashe, Simmons. front row: Ainsworth, Tartaglia, H. Phillips, Marcoux, Evans UNDER .J Ni Kew? EGM ' YY Q , iv 'Y' V Q f iff? Q " W V +1 V 7 'uv I H M .fu .rn IIIIFFJT I I,-ffl -emi, f 1' X 4 ,X ,.,, , - 'S g. WN 1,9 O Ill Y WW FBQICOQQ if QYTQQ MILITARY X ff X ,', f ,O ? v N Q Y' ' f? X " X 'NX V A .X ' lv- Q X ., O A - wh H X 0 ' ni . YI X YD OX - , X X Q w X 10 0 ..- ' -, A ix , N' E 4 .4- X 5 .4 X '- v x - N is in 4 s - 1 1 g -- X ..- S ... f I If ,ll llllx N . 1.. I I. G- , , 1c'i?"i.':xw.3NP" Q- Qi BATTAL!ON STAFF J. Fugere, R. Kopanski, R. Bryant, I.. Foster, G. Alvanez, M. 911 THE 1' '91I.f..Q LT. CGMDR. GEORGE L. ALvAREz Battalion Commander COLOR GUARD Gaudette, R. Skoronski, F. Skor onski, Kyte. Saywurd. .1 f K-7' 32 ROGER GAUDETTE Third Class Petty Oftlcer BATTALION , 1 Gals L+ 'EZ' JOHN W. FIERO Company Commander BAND COMPANY Rifkin, Nordholm, Tortaglia, Simmons, Haack, Marcoux, Ellen- bien, Wells, Anthony, Ainsworth, Nevcrd, Mclios. ESCORT PLATOON Wells, Ashe, Spiel, Fiero, Malfos, Marcoux, Luginbuhl, Anthony Hatfield, Weiss, Wilson, Luco, DeWyk. I -J-ni 3 117 ERlCK J. EKLUND 3 Company Commander 3 -4 1 l t Brown, Harrington, Cronin, Palfrey, DeWyk, Garland, Wilson, Sanchez, Vercelli, Howland, Luca, Robertson, LaVigne, l.aCharite, Kyte, Gaudette, Barringer. LT. EDMOND K. BROWN, JR. Company Commander U Gi KENNARD M PALFREY Sub Company Commander "A" COMPANY Clarke Hall, the mainstay of the battalion, is the home of the waiters, the Band and the hardest working company in the Admiral Billard Academy Cadet Corps. The fabulous 43 obsessed by the spirit of Clarke Hall have been striving for the entire year to bring home the colors. We will do this for Mr. Leon Clarke and his dream of a winning company. They already have to their credit the intra-company football competition and hold the lead in the formal inspection race. "A" Company had its birth in September as a group consisting mostly of new cadets, but was soon whipped into shape by Company Commander, Karl Brown, and Sub Company commander, Charles Momm. The Company suffered a loss at mid-years when Charlie Momm left for Kings Point. But his shoes were immediately tilled by Kennard Palfrey, who will continue to work for and with "A" Company until the Hnal gun. "A" Company promises to be a strong contender in the final race in June for the coveted Colors. X I '. 3-4 "B" COMPANY Palmer House, after having won the colors last year, is again one of the top contenders. They have a good record, and they have shouldered the difficult chores of academics with great ease. Aside from minor explosions in the Chemistry and Physics labs and the collapsing of the chimneys, Palmer House is a fine example of what "'B" Company spirit can do. A hard-working, fun-loving, happy-go-lucky bunch of boys bound together by an immortal bond of good times and mutual ambitions is a portrait of the men of "B" Company. LT. IAN M, MERCIER Company Commander CJ.G.J GERALD R. l.UGlNBUHl Sub Company Commander Mercier, Borkowslri, Hallaran, Luginbuhl, Brennen, Butler, Basmadiian, Kennedy, Donohue, Kelly, Pipe, Sivert, McNamara, Campagnu, Gronoto, Haley, Fisk. ,c 'bf ! VARSITY SQUAD third row: J. Vulionti, Steinberg, Butler, Halloran, Campagna, Koffman, J. Phillips, Sivert. second row: Marcoux, J. Quinn, Kennedy, F. Skoronski, Haley, Luginbuhl, R. Skoronski, Medvetz, Harrington, Forry. first row: Coach Cawley, Brennen, McNamara, Bergeron, Granato, M. Valianti, Nasseck, Coach Amanti. FOOTBALL Co-Captains: Theodore Bergeron - Frank Granato Head Coach: Mr. John Cowley Assistant: Mr. Sal Amanti Managers: Robert Marcoux 81 George Forry The '51 edition of the Billard football team compiled a record of 2 wins and 2 losses. Coach Cawley and Amanti greeted their enthusiastic recruits early in September and molded them into a powerful unit which went on to a fair season. The team was aggressive and rough and their spirited play was praised by all. Their spectacular performances brought honor and glory for Billard for their hard fought games at Aquinas and Cheshire. Opening against New Britain High on Saturday, Oct. 19th the Blue and Gold gridders of Billard showed the power and the ability of a powerhouse. Driving for 3 quick touchdowns in the first period, the Billard team was not to be denied victory. The contest was highlighted by the performances of Billard's two great Co-Captains who shone both on offensive and defensive. Overpowered, but still courageously fighting Billard took their first setback of the season against strong Aquinas of Rochester, New York. After leading for 3 periods, they were finally worn down to the score of 33-12. Rebounding from the loss to Aquinas the Blue and Gold showed their superb offensive power by trouncing Milford Prep, 43-O. Billard's charging line shone defen- sively as they held the opposition to 43 yards fgained by rushingi. A strong Cheshire squad managed to hike a 25-13 victory over a stubborn Billard team. A battle to the end, and the Admirals fighting all the way, they were finally subdued by a powerful Cheshire club. Congratulations team, we were proud of you every minute. 38 f"1 rf mi' ' si 5' .wma in C, f COACH 81 CO-CAPTAINS Gronofo, Cowley, Bergeron. FIRST TEAM cc row Kennedy McNamara Gcnoo Medvefz er ercn F Soromsks Hcev Noseck Brermen Skoronskn J u nn Vcncrm 39 T r back row: Mr. Austin, Baker, Granato, Garland, Campagna, Haley, Mr, Amanti. front row: Kelly, Kennedy, Halloran, Donahue, Brennen, Eklund. BASKETBALL T Coaches Cupello and Amanti issued first call for basketball practice late in November. Heading the list of candidates were many former high school greats. Lengthy workouts were held daily and the coaches finally had the boys groomed. for the lid lifter against a strong Westerly squad. They lost the opener but Coach Cuppello again molded together a unit which went on to win its next three games. At this point, the team was iolted by the loss of Head Coach Cuppello. Mr. Amanti then stepped into the helm and coached this great team to heights unknown in Billard basketball history. Compiling a record of 17-3 the Billard cagers earned themselves a berth in the Glen Falls Tournament which only a few of the best teams in the east get a chance at. Knocked out of the Glens Falls affair by Seton Hall, Billard came back the next week to win the Eastern Prep Private School Championship. Congratulations, fellas. You were a team we will never forget. SCORES Westerly Billard Holy Cross J.V. Billard 35 Hail Ray H.S. Billard Cheshire Acad. Billard 63 Mitchell College Billard N. London H.S. Billard 55 Prov. Col. J.V. Billard Prov. Col. J.V. Billard 66 Fitch H.S. Billard Mitchell College Billard 104 Putnam Tech. Billard lrecord highj Suffield Billard Milford Prep Billard B0 Coast Guard J.V. Billard Aquinas Inst. Billard 50 Norwich F. Acad. Billard Coast Guard J.V. Billard 69 Fitch H.S. Billard Cheshire Acad. Billard 72 Putnam Tech. Billard Y 8 , COACH AMANTI , ' I. 2 ' -'aw Q -I ' .f I ' ' I 4 mf ,hgh M 1. mi- T . fT 4 iz' C444 W" W? 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Lubncatzon 101' '0-01flff0 Atl :J T1 61 and Bartefzer Telephone 9752 JACK s PLACE Monralk and Wxllerts Avenues 8 5 MONTAUK AVE 10 105' Complmzentf BEIT BROS MARKET 10' GRINOLD AUTO PARTS 786 MONTAUK AVE 40 NEW LON DON CONN L0 A01 EOWQ-0K0 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q gf?"-0 10 59 Good Luck and Compjjmentj OI, Bef! uvffbkj' In The Class of 1952 JACK QUINN '52 MR. and MRS. C. W. KYTE DICK QUINN '53 A FRIEND HSSUEIHTES 9, ,. ,.., .. ,. ., E ima E 300 I... if- Sim 3010 ru E30 o- gow V., 2 52 9 i'm an SQ' QJ' 5-4 5 ,. vi., 5 9 9 5 9 gc'.f 4' .r .'r.r "ax .fr u ..--.. 61 '-0 ON0' 2001010 01f01'0'20'040" O14-0001rlf1f0 100'10'f00Y01 010' ?10f0 9 5 3 9 9 9 Q 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Q 2 Q 9 9 9 2 Q 9 7 710' 0 -710 0 0 00 00 700 0 06 01ff!1s000f0'0v 02 -010001101040 1'-7'0f'010DC P-l O 70000602000Y000067100000010001010'0'1000P0 We Give Complete Banking Service Admiral Billard Academy THE WINTHROP TRUST COMPANY no STATE STREET Member Federal Depom Inmmnce Corpomtzon TO THE CLASS OF 1952 ADMIRAL BILLARD ACADEMY We tilte this yoy ful opportunity to congratulfite you on your marvelous ieeomplishments Pleftse iccept our sincere vushes for your well being and continued prouress in the years to come MR and MRS JOSEPH R FUGERE BOILFR ROON1 PRODLCTS NIANLJFACTLRFD BY BRILCO LABORATORIES BRILCO SLI Dbl' SOLY UNT The patentel fuel oil t1lllIlYC' f -XRBON OFI F r tlem hres le c mhust on COLLOID ALR The amplete b ailer wx tter treatment metht l BRILCO HEAT RESISTING ALL NHNLNI PAINT Hith temperature Dt DLGRF-X ER S entlfmtli '1 preparat n Nlay he ued in concentrate with So went with ater cr with olwenranel ater I SOL For rec rculattne ater in air on litionms. system SXXIRL OFF The coat that pre ent rut and remo e ale tram the reside ol boiler tube BRILCO LABORATORIES BROORLHN I9 NY xotaaf-0000000000000000.0004-0400-ataoafo-Kaavoawx 61 .h Q . 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