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

 - Class of 1953

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THE 1953 ADMIRAL .'4i, ,.' . ,HJ f-...f ef" .4-f' CLARKE HALL .fff""'3"'f6w W -609 sn PALMER HOU Presented by THE CLASS of 1953 ADMIR AL BILLARD ACADEMY NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT SACKETT HOUSE YN 'fe' 'Nz P U95 I J" Ing J l NTU S . ,x ig.. .T ' We Declccaflfe A I rv ' ns a .n .tu 2,- 5- '30 1--F. '-s. -nys .1 Rus ' 3 Q x - . R-.s 'W's VY xyl- v .x . s Us " ,I Q'-"'kg5 , N s. sf' gi' -5,55 10' 1 'V 'iw F' u :R W veil? 4 in ,Egg LEON W CI ARKE QV gl' 'K r the class of 1903 respectfully dedlcate our lssue of the ADMIRAL to the Head of the Engllsh Department who has made us squlrm for a number of years Many the tlme durmg classes we haye formed unprlntable oplnlons but on the threshold of graduatlon we are proud to admlt that the hlgh standards of scholarshlp and d1sc1pl1ne that he has held us up to haye been to our dlstmct advantage Those of precedlng years who haxe returned from YHFIOUS colleges speak forclbly ofthe good derned from hrs mstructne classes a good Whlch the uncomfortable student cannot easlly agree to Hls tests are thorough h1s stand ards of wrltlng excellence hlgh hls dramatlzatlon of textual matters strlkmg Many a dry lesson has been relleved by the sly humor of our stern taskmaster, and 1n the bolsterous laughter whlch shook the classroom he always took part Although th1s gentleman has seemed unreasonably stern to the errmg members we now know that thls dlsclpllne was incurred to help the wrong thlnker mend hlS ways and not for matters of personal yengeance Therefore thls class of 1903 conslders ltself honored to dedlcate our yearbook to a smcere frlend who mll always remam ln our rnemorles MR LEOIN W CLARKE s A s Is ' 'tl "1 s n 'I' I. ff In Q43 N' 'ax x Q e .1'n'fl'9' ' MWQ3lx sbfffp Us --Cm 'fl - ' r mir- .' in ' VI-f Iv ' ' , I . r I f f. - ', ' ,V 'T ' ,,s" .-,g-. 1 ' ,fu . -:.ii:.,1d.. xt. 1, . 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"ll" llouipuiiy Ambifimz: To In' ll .mfff-.ssfiil l111.si11f-x,sn1un. Yarfily Footluall l: lla-lu-tlrall Nlanagn-r l. "Cm-li" vame- to liillarfl tlii+ yv-ar right out of the blue Sky from Roe-lie--lf-r aml took ow-r Ilia- Nituatiou likf- L1 storm. Tln- luxt cull'-I prow-rl his NIN'l'll unvl pow-r on Ilia- footliall fif-ld as we-ll as in tlif- corrinlorg. Hif liopf- of ln--ouiingl u liuxinr-Hman in Ilif- futuri- ix liix main goal. llf-ing wt:-fl ilu- mo-I popular. ww know you luxu- tliat f-xtra puui-li Io -iiww-ml. Fo ln-xt of lurk in f-w-rylliing you may Uflflvflillxl' in llu- futurv-, llLCll Cl'i.i:i-zmsox Company .-lml11'fio11.' To l1fll'P ll lzappy life. ugh." tlif- tall Na-w llzuupxliirili-. lioppq-rl on Ilif- r rllll'f'. llc' -vvuix to liki- llll' lfsvort l'lum-in and Wii.i,i,ui Ci'1.i.Ex fi llvllvxur- l'luf-f- Ne-w l.ullllnI1. llonu. "ll" ljouipany Y arxity l-ootliall 1. Bill value- lo llillzml from Xe-w l.ou4lon and iiiiiiii-flint'-ly mailt- iuany friz-mls. llis witty liumor imll nillingiif-N Io lie-lp otlif-rf lizix lvrouglit liiui iuuvli popularity. Wlif-Ili:-r iu ftuiliv- or in foollrall hw- always mliml his ln-NI. For lil- ililigviivf- in Ftullie-5 and footlrall Bill will ln- u vii:-ce-H in wliale-wr fic-lil lu- 1'-lioor:-s. WR- wi-li liiui the- lie-ft of luvk in ilu- fulurc. Bangla: PIIQRNI-'lx lJF1wlYK 36 Mohawk lv:-. D"Vl'Y- Conn- liadvt fio ? lTtI1HiI'lilf'T fl. 0. "f1liarliv" flo. .4ml1it1'0n: .411 r'n,uir1f'f'rfng farwr. lfsvnrt Platoon 2: Photograplty lfditor l: Cold Star 22 5ilY"T Star l. ul,llIll'llY-l as ht- is Calhrd ln' his fri:-nds. vanif- to us in that summvr fav" nf 1951. Hailing from llc-rliy. Conn.. hu- has many frivnds hm-rv at the- halls 'T' ' 0--'-' 5 2nd l"1'tty and von Billard. lla-rlmyl loss was our gain. lie- is a studr-nt as wt-ll as a lvadvr. He- has mach- "ff" ffompanv a snappv outfit. lin-rxonv will always rf'niPnil1e-r his famous word. nllysonl l" 1-Choing throughout of Sacl-Lett Housv. He- has also been on the- honor roll. l'w-n lllfilllllt wf' lliw all our lun-k to nlllllltillih whose- future- rllt'4't's- is assure-d. the-rv will always ln- ont- thing: ahvad of htm: his nosv. IQUNALD CURTIS lllllfsslfl, Maple- Str:-1-t Sunwrsvillv, Conn. "A" Company AIIIlli11'0HI To gel through flruzapolis. llaskt-tlnall 1: llase-hall lg Cold Star 1: Esvort Platoon l. Hon. a graduate- of fl3lllf'lll'lll High. Springfivld. Mass.. is one' of the most popular hoys at Billard .M'aclf-lily. He- is six fm-t two and is rc-ally 1-asy on the 1-yvs as lar as the girls art- 1'UIlt't'l'Ilt'll. He is on:- of tht- lwst hardwood men that the- A4'3fl4'IIIy has vw-r had and is dc-stined tn lit-voriiv a gre-at haskvt- hall star. Ron has one, great ambition and that is to graduatt- from Annapolis. :ln honor stud:-nt. Ron has a te-rrifiv pe-rsonality and is a horn le-advr. JOSEPH DL'BlEL 90 Nlntt St. New llvdford. Mass. Offivvr "li" Company An1b1'11'on: To go tn wnllrgr' and play baselfall. joel vamf- to ll- from tht- gr:-at mv-tropolis of Nt-w lhwlford. Nlass. "Wolff as he- is known to tht- lioys. vlaims to he- hvst in tht- fine- sport of has:-hall. jo'-'s unusual pastime' of disvussing tlw pro of the' ln-haiior of frvsh watt-r jellyfish with his tvarlin-r. Nlr. Knights. has madv him outstanding among thr- vafle-ts. ln 5'-pt:-mln-r sonw Collvgf- will find "Ritalin a good studvnt. for hr- dov-s 4-wrytliin-f riffht r r- - wil C niihrielge- Nt. Xleire-e-Nt:-r. Nlax, HI 11111111 J Tn lfflll fur llie- llrlrfe-ni f2l0lIPIfUlfPfY, i ut i elevuht "lla-rlf' i- une- ul the- meh! popular iel it lnllairel. lle- uux ll -Iiirielewul pe-rfevrme-r eui the- hi ketliill tv-uni. llig riutural l-uiavk ferr lf'8flPTNlllfl lnnii ht limi u fnlleiwing whu ielulize-il the- tall rvel- lie iel llerhl zuitiew any pluve- airivl at any time- elre-w nihr anel luughte-r freim Iii- zitle-iitiw auelie-ne-e-x. ll l hiiele-Nt tev iuirl with Ihr- lmzilnle-. rlemn type- fiet lle llilll' Uv vnte-r lleilw Crew-5 whvre- we- know lle will lie .i ,lute--x. EDWARD ALLISON lJUWNE 2361 ffoluiiihia Elyra. fllllfl ffhie-f Pe-tty Offie-r-r ff. O, Band Cfvnipany .-lnziiitiorz: To Lp a grpat Pnsirivvr. ln hie twei yi-arx at llillarrl. Fel ha- lie-we-iiiv fine- evf the- lie-Nt pvrxnn- zilitii-N aiiimiu u-. Hix 1-eviiiieul manne-r of lmrrerwirig temili paisle- anel map hai- van-e-el iiiiivli he-wilelr-re-fl if'Z1l'l'lllIljl in "fi" ffevriipuriy. e-Npe-e-igilly ferr lie-Wyk. l'iel xwrk- liar-l :mil e-xe-e-le in Iiix Nliieliew but whe-n the- we-e-ke-mlx rnll zirrvunil he- he-e-nine-Q Z1 vlizinge-rl man. partirulurly nn Sgiturelay nightx. Hi-ing: the- john Philip Ff1u4a Of llillzirel. hz- zinfl hix mighty Nix haw- I:-el llx in many puraele--. lfel plan- tri get In e-:alle-uw thi- fall anel we- know he- will lie- a 'lll'l'1'NN ax at llillzirel. XXL wi-h him thu- If--Nt eil lurk in the- xi-urs te- e-miie-, lli-ilmi-im' ll. llyseiw "li" lfuiiipariy Timxus CinRI,i2S E.-xcLi2 l-ll Sylvmiia Rel. Rewlie-ste-r. N. Y. "ll" lfeviiipuiiv ,'ll7l1llHiU7lf To lm fl xizffe-wx The- eilel ailagge- "File-ne'e' is ue-lele-nu fitx the- pe-reeinality un-l 'miie of Trim. Ollie-t aml re--e-ru-el. he- lvael- hi4 1-wn life- with the- he-lp anel ailvive- of fe-w. .-Xltlieuigh 4PlflUITl he-ard in a Fr-wwel. thi- fe-llerw li Fure- to he- fevunel in the- mill-t fit' the fkylarking e-n Ilie' thirel KltAl'l'i eif Palme-r Hmixe-. For serine- wry ohvimis re-awnx mine- of the- rilt'ie'e-r- NllNl'!'4'l thie eluie-I fe-lleww. Wir- all wixh 3011 the- he-xl e-t lu--k tilel hen. llllll heipe- tw liliel ye-ii wine- eluv elrixing .ireiuiiel in une- vif your Illlilly' 'Tfalilelie-N." 'QT' Morton STILICS lim' R. lf. ll.. lfa-t Haddam. ffonn. Company Cadot l.if-utr-nant ,4l711I1-11.0772 To be II skippffr of a liner. Sailboat Coxswain "Hora" rlimlwrl tbl- uangplanlx again thi- war for anothc-r wliolaxtis' vruiw. Hr- zlvliivw-rl tht- rank of l,im-utv-nan! and wvll dill he flf'5t'I'Vt' it. His dutiw we-rv many but "Nlorg" ke-pt hif marks high and bix dr-mvritf low. llf-Qt of lnvlx to 3 fins- "5waIiln-r" and offim-r. who surf-ly cannot fail to af'l1im-vo happinvss and gr:-atnvas. no--""' RICHARD DAVID Flxiiwoon 30 .-Klarneda Rovlix-stvr. N. Y. "li" lioinpany AI!11lff1'l7llI To lm lzalzpv. Football lg Escort Platoon 1. This handfomc-. tale-nt:-d lad invadvd Billard last fall and his pleasant personality won him many fTl1'I'lflN. His c-rooning voim- ability on thc- football field lifts-tl tho moral of Palme-r House greatly. Good lurk to you, llivk. Wie know that your good-naturr-dnt-is will varry you far. Hmm' FREDRICQK Fmcox ITT3 Barnum Ave. Stradford. Conn. lfornpany Anzbitionf L-Hgliflfffillg Football 1: Baake-tball l. Her? is a guy that Could vonipfltf' with any guy in any fit-Id. It was hard for anyonv that know "Hank" to km-p liie name- off of me-ry ballot in the- flax- eltpvrlatiw-. "Hank" wa- not only one of tht- bv-t football playrrs at Billard. but alxo an honor blUllf'I'll. HQ' haa won tho frivndxliip of many "adv-tx by hix out-tanding mod:-Nty and pr-rfonality. Iiriiiiiivr Lili-1 Giixiis 19 Pvninxula .Mi-. No-w lpriflmi. lfnnn. "ll" lfuiiipariy lfmvllmaill l. "Bunny" rntv-rvfl thi- llfll'lllUlt'N nf llillaril in the- fall nf '3Z. ll.- was a standout playe-r on thu' fruithall team and lu-1-aii-v of hia ruggf-d pi-rwnality lu' gguinf-fl a limi of fY'lf'IlllN unfl uilmirw-r-. Bfwausr- of hi- gmail lmvkx lie' i- a in-lvrviiir Night tw iiif'ml1i-r- uf thi- uppoxito- wx. Wei all know that thi- lm, will hi- a -lli'4':'-- in latf-r lift' just a- hr- wil- at llillaril. flrvml luvk to you in futuri- year-. if Nniumx 'l'Ii.xiAN GAig'riiic xi: i 22 .Miliin St, .'Xiiiiwliiiry. Haw. Znml Pvtty Uffivf-r "fi" lfuiiipany Anibilion: To IIPVOIIIP Il pliysirrzl vrliiftzfiori tvarhfr QTL Ill!!! l'llflI'1l. fioacaptuiii lfuutliall l. "Thf- Aiiwsliilry riflif' Clllllt' tn ii- lawt fall like- a hfilt nv W of lightning. His suave- munni-risms uncl gi-nial smile' avvmint fur his zittrzirlimi of ilu- nppmitq- wx. llc- has maclr- many fI'lf'llIlh lie-rv anil his In-rfunality is such that he will sure-ly hr- a fiiru-ss in late-r life. ll.-ixiizi. Gmiici: Giifinlx 119 HQ-ywnml St. Worcvstvr, Haw. "li" ifoiiipany .-lniliiliori: To bfwonie a Iearfwr. llaakv-tlvall 1: Fwivrt Platoon I. Dan has Comniute-nl he-tw:-en Xe-w Lunilon and Winrcwte-r as many times in ons- yvar as Silas Nlarnefr vfiilntvil hii innnr-y in liix lifetime. "The mayor of liillarillh quick wit anal rvaily smile- haw helped in mal-Ling thi- nwntlix fly lay. We- uvulil luv ste-re-ivtypwl and wish Dan the he-st of lurk hut the truth ia hi' makef- hit msn. Twenty ye-ars frum nnw wht-n the- ri-fl uf us are' awvatiiig for nur daily hreail. Dan will hi' on -1-iiiv -with rea isle- with a glam in one hand anml a iluslay maiilvn in thi- wth:-r. c-njwying life- as ii-ual. '.,, f I' W J' 47 Ralph gXw'. Nllilllkill, Josiiifii G11,i.i3mN While- l'lain-. N. Y. .'lllIl!l'liUIl.' Tn gn In II7Hf'.U!'. v . nn - lfwnrt Plzitimii l: "Mlmirul Stull l. .X me-'.'.' mvmlnr -if our -Ui'1f- -if 1.1-ll-i-. f-lilw ha- aiquiiv-il miiny fri:-mli during: hif stay ut llillarfl. llis pl:-afingi Il!'INHlllllllf anrl frivnrlly flispositirm arc' sure- tu varry him far. Hi- hu- guns- hum:- frf-que-ntly on various fvcvasinm. hut everyone likvs him. Bust of lurk to a swell aff V 7- J HUF- 'ff' PAUL Miciilxiii. CRPQCERICK I5 Wall Ave. Liiinnville. Conn. N "C" Company !lI7Illl'Il.0l1I To ,550 Io fullrgff. llaslwlliall 1. lifruiiliiriv a qui:-I mann:-r and pf-rf:-vu-ring: rvliahility and the-r:"s "Greg" Without a flnulrt his stvady 1-fforts and Sincearff frivnmllinr-ss haw- marli: him a truf- anxl much Q-ste-viiied companion. Paul was a wonderful pe-rfuriiwr on the haskclhall team anrl we wish him gmml luck in thc- future and hope that we will see him in ilu' spulliglit of sucwvss. DONALD RICHARD GL'sTAMAcii1o 321 Boswell Ave. Nnrwivh. Conn. "li" Cmupany Alllllllllllllli' Tn rurzipfrfle a r'ollr',:P f'nrf'f'r. I-'mnllrall 1: lla-lu-Ilvall lg Bass-liall 1. "fills, i- one- uf thd' ln--I lik:-fl l'H4ll'lN at llillarml. H0 is always varrying a smilw on hix fave- and is continually in a flflflfl inwvfl. Hi, rf-aily wit and ability In make- a juke out of almoft anything haf carrie-il him far anal will surrly carry him further. "Gu-" tells ll- that fmvtliall i- liiz- fumrite- -port and proved it hy living a rwgular on Billard? tr-am lu-I ye-ar. We wish you lwfl nf lurk at llwinn lfniu-rsitv. NIxicsii.x1.I. Pi3'rr:R Hxu. Carlwt I..lf'llll'I1HI1l Epping. Nvw Hariilrsliira- Kllllflfllillllf To lmmrziv ll fl1PIIIif'flf Png1'r1w'r. ll:-ml White-r. t'PfhtP." hailing from Epping. N. H.. farm' ahoarfl last summf-r. anrl lwvausf- hr- sllhwvfl lr-aflv-rsliip anrl managr-mf-nt ahility. hr' attainvfl thf- position of hf-acl waitvr. along: with a 4-mnrnissirwn as e-nsign antl a grf-at tlt'Zil of rf'-pfvnsilrility. ,Xlthfvugh he harl many rlutif-s his FL1lljf'f'IN we-rv nm nw-gl'-vt'-tl, Ll' wvro- f-virlf-nt in fjmnmanfle-r Lf-ysf-r's ffwrnyr Nluth rlass. lit-st of lurk Pfszfs. we' an' sun- that yflu YKAlll llf' -U4'l'r'sNflll ltt l'XP'ry f'nflV'aNlll'. Tiimifxs jizmmri ll.-kl.l.Y 13 East Park Pittsfurtl. N. Y. "ll" Company ffllllltftllllf To be an Pngilzvvr. Fr-utluall 1: liswirt Plutmrn l: flulsl Star lg Trclas- urvr nf Xlf'ZlI'lNrttk, Arriving from Rm-lwstt-r, ht- soon e-stulrlislwfl himself as an f-xv:-llvnt stuclf-nt. "fQunnv-r." as he- was known to till of ns. hurl at smmmtli mtuirie-r whirh se-e-rm-fl to uttruvt tht' oppnsite- sr-x. lla- prim-rl timt- antl tim:- uuziin thin he- suis a xt-rsatilr' gvnius lay his many t'Xll'Llt'llH'lt'lllLlT zu-tixitivs. Xlnng with this Tum haul at gtrvut rf-plittitifm fur ln-ing guml nature-rl untl e-asy to gg:-t tilting with. llv- was nut tht- lviggvst vault-t hut Illlltlt' up fur it in spirit unnl hustlv. S'l'lfl'lll'iN IIXXIILTUN O4Wf'5l3"'l1i" H0811 Wat:-rfortl. lfwnn .-1r1zl11'I1'm1 : TU lm t1,ffmwr,' in li1i.i1',,ptx zrnrlrl, Ile- arrixt-tl last full frwm tht- grvnt -liilv' ttf Ctriiiittt-lit-tif ami im nimliatvly mach' llilltsvll wry Illllbllljf, Hit rf-3.15 wit and dlqlih to niakf- a julia' out 1-f Lilliiwst Q-u-rything haw varrif-ml him and :un-ly will vurry him fttrthrr. llmnl luvk "Sp-W," wh kmm that you will nialv- li Nl1l't't'NN 1-ut uf nltattwf-r ynu dn, I J.-uzii H.uii3LBt RC 230 Howard St. llrortmi. Nia-s. fihie-f Pe-tty Ulliw-r "li" firvmpany I .- Q I H b A Ftllilliilll lg lfsvnrl llliltmrll l. 5 t ' "ling ,lavk ls uitlimit ai tlotiht um- of tht' must Xt'l'fLllllt' fmvtltall plziyttrs liillurtl has vu-i' knttwn. lli- tirtimis lmrli on :intl tiff th.- hs- iii-iti haw lvuiii him up In in- tht- vit-mi 1-ul lviluw ,Luk is. His witty humt-r anti williriglnf--s haw- lnrwugglit him niurli pupular- 'f-"xi its. Un this fmttliall livlrl ln' was nut'-cl fur his t-tmstant af'gre-ssiu-- . 2' nwss. His liffw- uf wing tu Ilttlv firm-s ami lit-tw-iuiiw a liusint-ss l r- , 2- mm in the fulurf- are- his main ,goal-. 'thing with all this lie- has a rvpututiun uf always ln-ing liaippy unfl vusy to gf-I tilting with. His Sll4'1't'S5 will lie- tl:-st-H4-tl. lit-st of luvli. .lat-k. GEORGE FREDERICK HATFIELD R. F. D. 2 Old Lynn-, Conn. firtl Pcftty Offict-r "C" llolnpany A f'0nsf'ic-ntious lad with a knafk for shipbuilding. as we-ll as ahility tn It-ull. Long known as tht- latly-kill'-r. he- always holrls his nwn with the- lair:-r se-x. All our luvk to Frm-tl. wlinst- siivu-Q-ss is ussilrt-tl. PHT:-iR Joi-ix JOSLIN ' 1 Wayne St. Hawrhill. Mass. ,L Cniiipaiiy Anzlfiliun: El1ffiI1f'f'fil1g Q . - 4 nu . After spending tht- summit-r nl' 19:10 at llillartl "IH-lv mimi again stuwe-rl away foi an avatl:-iiiit' yvar. Aftvr Ziffitillgl. he- fffltl that his that hr' does. talvnts wf-re living waste-tl. su he- lwgan tht- glfllltl nl a waitvr. Dur- In his is-rsatility wt- van ln- sure' hw will lm a 3-lll'l'1'Ns in t-wrything 18 l twtut-ke-t Ave. Pawttivka-t. R. l. fadft lommandf-r C. O. i'Ablt-" Company at-arbook Staff lg Food floinmittm- l. ourh was an old hand at Billard. f-stablishing H1151 lf and making many lasting fri:-ndsbips during N irst vt-ar. This past yoar saw him as ff. U. of it ompany and a true- load:-r. Xiany iillli'5 he f wd rommf-ndations from tht- administration for Hx a ni itv to handlo unvxptwteltl adwrse- situations. mroxzd himself to bf- a true- fri:-nd and an able- rer, respvrtffd by all. It is e-vidr-nt that Bobs intomitablr- spirit will insurt' stiwv--s. DAXIEL FALLON KILEY 517 Pleasant St. PawtuckPt. R. l. Chief Petty Officer "A" Company Ambition: Praflife law. Art Editor "Admiral" lg Coxswain lg Escort Platoon I This talented lad with the- e-nligbtvning pf-rsonality invaded Bil- lard last fall. The me-lodious toni-Q of his fine voice and vibrating guitar invariably sv! the- n'ood for thfl many song fflsts hr-ld by thff inhabitants of Clarke' Hall. Dan rf-r'f'ived so many lf-ttf-rs on Ilt'l'fUIIlf'll stationvry that we' are im-lim-d to bf-liffve that Rhoda- Island has a "Dan Kilf-y Fan Club." Thr senior rlass rf-rtainly had Ihr-ir wits about the-m wh:-n the-y vote-d Dart "Host Ye-rsatilff' for lie' is a jark-of-all-trafle-s and mast:-r of many. fic-st of luvk for a happy futurv. Ilan. Wt' know you will bf- a success in whatf-vor fir-ld you r-lioow, ROBERT LE Roi' L,xCiiAmri: Ambition: Uenlist Minrix L.-xFIf:.x 307 Vfest Elm St. East Rochester. N. Y. "B" Company .-fmbition: Su f'f' essnfiil lfzzsinessman. Football lg Baslwtbal 1. Marty is. without a doubt. the best all-around athlete Billard has sec-n in many a year. A natural born athlete. he fr-Pls most at home on the gridiron. basl-ce-tball vourt, or the baseball diamond. Marty is also gifted with a rwal se-nsv of humor and ht' is se-ldom sevn without a smile on his fan-. Hi- likable' pvrsonality will carry him far and we hope hc gots all the- breaks he dest-ries in later life. A- Dwm Tiioxus Lwc 52 llf-rxliing Ft. llartford. ffonn. "ff" fkwmpanv 'lV7llll-fi0VI.' Hr- n millionnin-. lzvort Plilllilllll llonor Roll. 'lniiks-" vamo- to llillard from Hartford and immf-dials-ly 4--talr li-li.-fl liimxi-lf :ix om- ol tlit- top studvnt- in our Vliirk. H+- wue rontinuallv on tlis- lionor roll. Hi- room wa- Von-tantlv xixite-d ln' om- and all for f-Xtra lit-lp in Nlatli. Tliix li-il to many fris-ndx who like-rl his amialmlr- and lv-lpful attitudf-. "link:-" plana to go lo an 1-nginf-f-ring -vliool. wlie-rv iw all know tliat lit- will nn-vt surcf-ss in the- futurt-. 'FN fiis 1 I Roiziiixr E. Law 9 liittla- Road Nortli .-Xmlovv-r, Nlav. Still Hutt. Command.-r. "fl" Company "Rapid Rolfe-rt" funn- to Billard in tlis- lull of l950. ln the tlirw- yr-arg tliat Holi has be-I-n at llillarcl his first love- was tlit- suli r'liaSc-r. He has In-1-n the mainstay in planning l3illartl's Spf-vial avtivitivs with XY. Nl. l, lliw ns-utral le-ads-rfliip and lovf- of military lift- has madz- liim a r-ompt-tm-nt offit-1-r. .-Kltliougli not tops svliolastivzilly we- are- all sun- Rolfe pe-rsistt-ncy will lie-lp liim ftirve-1-ml in all liiQ amlmitions. NVQ- ff-c-1 tliat llolfs allility and const-it-ntiouxiie-sf are- lround to convey him to Sucre-ss in the military lift-. ARCHIE N. Li: Fizutmg PFBNS .IPL Sterling. Blass. 4 HC" Company .4n1l1it1'0l1: lf?-sl Point. 5 Footliull: Fvsinimingzz Sailing. ,Y ".- 'lrvliil-" liail- from Ilia- town of Pratts ,lun1'lion. Nlav. .-Xltliougli Arvhif- tal-if-N a gre-at dr-al of kidding aliout lixing in a town of only fiftrrn pe-oplr-. lit- ju-I flaxlic-5 that gr:-at liig -milv of liif. like- tlie- good nature-rl lf-llow lu- iw. .Krvlif-5 in ax ruggn-d a- they 1-onw on lltr loollla Il fl'-ld. a- oppoxmgr line-me-n will te--tilv. It ls fi-llowx likv ATl'll who malu- liillard tlie- -vliool that it if. Wir- all know that tlif- lrie-ndly and popular kid from Pratt, ,lunvtion will mi-Q-1 9Ul'I'Q'N' in life-. 31 Holm:-x Uxzil N-xv Prmiilf-nw-. X. J. Rtcitmn CHARLES Lmm' 24 Clvnflon SI. Xlinlfwlinrnih H Lie-utr-nant Fxffr-. Off. "fiharli4-" fffiiiipuiiy Anzbiliori: Busiriewsnzari. Exfwvrl Platoon 4. 31 Sur"f'rr 1. fl. "1.ih." ax ht- ix known tw all hix fri:-nflx. hailx from rlii' 1.11141 YY'irinif-paxatikvv rv-piwn of N-w 1'lainpxhirf-. Xlthv-ugh ln-ina l-iitlflwl almut ruining from the- mirth wnmlx rvgiif-n. hf- lLllU'- it all in strirlv- anfl alxw with at gre-at fl'-ul nt pritlf-. "Lili" will lv-ng ln rf-iiiviiiln-re-+I hx tix fi-r hix natural knark for lv-url:-rxliip iinfl hi fri:-ntlly attitmle- toward uni- unrl all, It ix hzirrl f--r thi-xv tit llillartl tw part uiili uni- iff itx hriglit unvl fuwritp -ntl-. D-win Hiiluzi-:wr Low fit-iiipzitiy .'1fIIfll-flflllf Sltfliff' .'1l'llI1l'lIIX'. llunil ffnnipzinx lfxt-nrt l'lutmni. Thix ix tw iritmrliiw- "1iiIIlv' lhixe-." llv max ha-'xmull in -ill' hut Iii- ix ltiruv- in xpirit. Km' iivtixitx. xpfvrt. nr Nm-iul. Uziw' vain lu- fmintl in the- initlvlli- wif it. '111lI'UllQlIillt'4'llI'I'141UY'-Ill.lililflil' lltill yt-11 vain li--nr hix inuxivzil not'-x xniinrling ull m'vi'. ilxllrxr' 4-lial'air'to-rixtivx imtlir' him one- nl tht' ln-xt lik:-tl vault-tx in lilurkv' Hull. tmml luvk. lluw. untl mlun't lnxel your xpirit. Xit.imi.xx1f.NIxi.t'xx 1611 Nnrtliaiiiiptmi St. ll..l5.,l.t.-, Xldx txt Pr-mf Offi t-.- r "tj" 1'..m,.t.m tfllllll-fli0H.' To join the' :ltr R.U.T.f. Exvurt l'latmwn 1: tfhvxx lflulr 1: 110111-r liwvll: 111-lil uiivl Silt. Stars 2. Nivk hax hw-n llwlyf-lv-'x 1-nliitriluitiwti tw llillurfl xinw' thi- fall 1-t 151. It WGN nwt lung lwfurz- Nick and lt1N ple-axingg twfxtltldlllt xv-r wt-ll luimvri In all nf ll-, llf- hax wilt:-rtaiiivtl Lwiiiipaiiiy 4. mth hi Spike' JI-nvx 11lxl'x, Nivk ha- alxw. in lux pt-xitiun uf Iwlly infill-.-r ltlatlr' th-f lwyx ff-1-l :it 11011102 Hi- hax xr-t liix gl-gilx Ull th-- lni xv-rxity of X111--1ll'llllxr'IIN Quill we- take' tliix fig-pwirttiiiity tn uixh 1 swvll guy lutx of luvk. 'IK atv' nun... n Dox H. NTARTINS 15 Columbia St. New Bedford. Blass. "B" Company Ambition .' Engineering. Football l. This rough, good looking: eadet comes from New lledford. Mass. Don's affable personality and generous disposition made him one of the most popular boys at Millard. His leg injury at the start of the football season was a fatal blow to his teammates. If it was not for his injury we feel that he would have been remembered for many years as one of Billard's all time greats. We of the senior class feel sure that Don will sail clearly over life's hurdles and we wish a lot of lurk to this great. and generous guy. we LARS WIGERT MATTSON 447 E. 78th St. New York, N. Y. Ambition: Chief Engineer. "Swede" is one of the best liked Cadets in Clarke Hall. He has accredited himself with the teachers as well as the students. "Swede" is a hard worker and can always be depended upon for any type of favor. We, the graduating class, wish you the best of luck in the field you have chosen. GEORGE JOHN MICHALAROS 49 Goodrich St. Hartford, Conn. "B" Company Ambition: To make my family proud of me. Football lp Yearbook Staff lg Escort Platoon 1. "Mike" has earned quite a reputation for himself here at Billard and has proved to be a mainstay in "B" Company. Although he spends much of his time studying and listening to his "jazz" records. "Mike" is one of the livelier personalities of Palmer House. and always finds time to sit in a good "bull session." His startling personality and sense of humor will do much toward helping him to succeed in later life. lorry. who Vanin- zllmarzl fflllll Nnrwivli. i- ilu- llillarrl "Big Xlanf' llix lvigna--N in inf-ai-im-fl in pn-rfnriality. spot, in the' ilarknv-NN. 14-rry lwlfls ilu- "lie-at Natlm-ul" fpwt in the- Nupvr' jmix P.xi5L Nlomx 116 XII-4-Imniv Sr. 9i'+'r11'f'r. NHR- ".X" Cmnpany Anilrilion: To be s11rres.sf11l in liiv. Paul ranif- to Ili la-I fall and immi-rliatf-ly inafli- a hu-I ul frivnfla. Hia qui:-I llliillflrf' annl wonvlr-rful if-nw of huinflr inaflv him a wonrlf-rful 1-ompaninn. WX- linpf- that hr- hai all thi- 'lll'f'l'N- that hi' 4le--e-rvr-Q. ,ll':lll'iYlIAll Fl!-XNCIS N1l'RPllY IT6 Ftiirtivant NHfWl4'll. Conn. "li" Company lflllllllflllllf Tn Im 14-11111 I .wt nut In lm. Fontlrall lg lla-lu-tlnall 1. athle-tif' ability. and gmml nalura- whirh arf- yaril Ftivkf that arf- liarrl to nialvll. lvrrf- Niniling faff' I to lum- and flu-1-rful anlivs ww-rv alway- uni- uf the- bright latin- lixt anal re-ally has nu ill niuml. llf-re-'s limping hi- mlm-xn't furgvt all the- Nglilllglll at nlil llillanl. Join Fiuinigiriig xll'lil'HY 19 xlilyfilir SI. xx-UI'1'l'Nll'f, xlfi44, "ll" llmnpany tlllllllilltlflf .-1 VIUIIIUI-.Y.St'Hf of liqzmrx. llaxkf-Ilvall 'Captain' Ig Ifwml Cmviiiixiittr-0 1. nxlllfllllu ax he- li luiuwn ainwngft hie fri:-nil-. ix une- of the' nwxl popular guys at llillarml, Hia lrivmllinf'-f. ailing with lmix lmppy-g--A lucky attitullv. lab:-I him as frm- of the glrvat kiile that inakv up Billard. Hia haxke-thall alvility along with hix natural knavk 1-f lvailvrsliip varne-ml him Ihr- vaptainvy nf thi' twain. "Xlurph" lwl hiQ tr-ani to gr:-at llviglliif with hi- fpiritual play. Thf- affalwle- anfl uwinival nxlllflillu will lu- lung rf-rn:-niln-rr-il at llillarwl. lx, 42 ,Q XVILLIAXI Josipi-ii N-KPIFIR 210 fiounvil Rook Ave. Rrwhe-ster. N. Y. "ll" flonipaiiy .-lriibilinri: To nmrry iniuig final UIAIPVI. Sports lidit-tr "Mlmiral" l: llziski-tliall l: lf-fort l'lat-mn l. 1 "llrudsy." a sound f'lHlf'l of int:-lligi-nr-e and athlf-tit' alrility. hails from Hot-lif-str-r. N. Y. He- was horn with a ur:-at svllse of humor whit-li has non him many nuinerous fri:-nrls. His haskr-thall alvility made- him a gr:-at asset to tht- llillard lfiu-. The- fir-t 1lPf'l'i of Palmer House woulrln't haw- ln-Q-n tht- same- without lii- If-rrifiv personality and i-wr pri-sa-nt smile-. His uliility as a ls-advr was ole-arly shown lay Ihr- i-xi-4-lli-nt work done- on tlit- it-arlmok as Sports liditor. .-Xltliougrh he is iinilf-1-ide-fl ahout tlif- fuluri- we-'re surm- that he- will he u success. lhviii Moiicixx NORTH Q lgl llth 5t. Low:-ll. Mass. 'f Company A ni bition: Serrire ,-1 rarleniy. if David North is he-tter known to his fri:-mls as hllravc-." .-'tn industrious worker. who 4-an he- found at his desk until early hours ol tht- morning. Daw- is very anihitious. and no matter what aetixity there- is at the time. Brave van always he found there. As long as we have known Dave, he has never made an enemy. He greets everyone with a smilt- and Z1 good elim-er. He is planning on making his 1-an-1-r the sea. :Ks llave- continues his studies to lie-emiie an officer. we know he will he a sun-ess. Joiix W7II,l.I.-ABI Yi-zrriirrox 9 Greenwood Ave. Hopewell. New ,li-rsm-y "A" Company Ambition: To beeome an ojjif-er in the Coast Guard. ESCOII Platoon l. .lohn Nettle-ton. or "Scaramouche." hails from Hopewell, New Jersey. just outside of Trenton. He 1-min-s to this fair institution from Princeton High School. for a post graduate course- in which he is getting good marks, His pride and joy is a red "39" Mercury coiivertilile that is also the envy of his nf-igliliorliood. ln his -pare time lif- likes to huild ship models and he also does research on 'lipper ships. He is a member of Escort Platoon and plays thi- guitar with precise mastery. His life ambition is to cruise around the world, and we wish him luck in this plan. Clark in lluinp. lfnglisli. Known as une- of thr- slrnnffv-st bm, in Clark Hall, it Y'4'ClUlft'll at le-as! six JOHN EDWARD O'DnNxEI,I. -15 flrant St. Lf-miiiri-ta-Q, Klan, "ff" Company Ambition: To go Io any rollege. Funtliall 1: Clw filulv. Hvrefs the snavv. svlf possvssfml. gfmrl looking 4-aflv-I who has ln-I-n nmnrfprilizing the- Connf-t'tif'ut Cfvllfsgf- lu-lle-s fur the- past ya-ar. Javkl I-uni-rvtv stanw- Inaclv him a grva! a-sf-t In the- fmithall tf-ani! first twain. Jar-l-:'s scholastic I-ffiriwnn-5' has nnly hf-1-n any-pa-se-rl liy his "partying" profit-iwnry: f'UflSf'llllf'IlIly wi- fe-all surf- that he- will soon lac- lillwl "Thf- Pc-rsnnalily Kiflf' RUIIHIIT SMITH PAIJIIZR Elm St. Nuank. Conn. lst Pr-tty Uffivr-r ".A X N Conipaiiy ,4nIbiIi1111.' To gn to the Coast Guard Aralleni-I'. "5IJiIle-r" Ckllllf' to ll' last fall frnm Noank. avrnss the- Tliaiiir-s. .Xltliuugli he- Q-xp:-riehnre-cl no prvxious fJXIlf'I'lf'flf'f'. he- lf-arm-tl fast and was elf-xatvzl to the- rank of lst P. O, Nut only was he- a leaclvr in Ihv Illllllilfj fie-lvl, he- is unc of the- fm-w in liillarrl Q-wr to rewe-iw a I-oiiipliine-Iit of 'Apt-rfe'cl" from Nlr. l.. P' lmys tn hnlil him mlmvn, PHILIP CARMEN PIGNATELLA 388 Gle-n St. NI-w Britain. Conn. Hvinpany Al71blfl0Il.' Happy married life. llanil lg Bugzlvr 1: Footliall 11 Fvnring 1: Est-nrt Platiimi lg llnm-r Rnll 1: Ye-arlnmk Staff 1. Nlnaning low. sw:-vt ur hut. if it was a truinpf-t lnlmving it muq haw he-f-n Phil. Hailing from New Britain. ijnnn.. Phil has Sl'l'f'll21tl!'4l thi- hops with his many jazz songs, Ili--itll-s his niusiv Phil has a tale-nt fur wnmf-n and he- lvavf-s an unvntling line- nf lmrnkvn hvarts he-hind hiin. "Phill" niuttu is, "l liw fur the- M't't'kl'Illl4.u llr- is the- first tri vlivvk 4-ut and tht- last to I-ln-vk in. Bvlwm-n thr hours of 3 and 5 you will find lIinI Inarvliing as n-wr. ROBERT Cliivtii.-xxtm Pivti Vniun xlllllallvltl. xlilkx CUIHIHIIIQ upiprr ranw 20 Billard two ye-ara ago. lla- E- an :A '."' ragf- -tual-int and has a magnvtiv personality. f'klN'l'l3llf' to the- nppo-itf' wx. Allllttllyll it was hard to find HCl:-ve-A' at litnew. hr- was like-ml antl respvrte-tl hy all. Lots of lurk to a gr:-at guy. Romim' UVXYIIJ Plan-3 6 131 North St. Norwivli. lfonn ' "ll" llompanx f1ml11't1'o11: To ozvfrrome 111,--lvl'Illl1lll'N. I Football 1: Baskfltliall 1. Sinve Bolfe- urrixal from Norwivh his witty phras anfl jolws haw- maflf- him a poorl frivnrl to all. Hia wlie-rv-vvr hm- was, Ho' ia a natural athlr-tv antl a got sport on antl off tht' playing fivltl. 11lfLllARD M1t:tt,xt1t.Qt'1xN 22 Arlington fit. l'awttirk1-t. Rhode' l-land Catlrt Captain llattalion Cominamlrr ,4lII!lI'lli071f SIll'f'PSX-fill llflUfl1Pj"Ilf-lf1ll'. Thirtl P0 2: lftlitor-in-Chic-f "Buoy" 2: Coxxwain 2, 1: EN-or! Platoon 2. ffommantlvr 1: Fr-aturv 1-llitor ",- Krlmiraln 2: Ne-wman filuln 2: Honor Roll 2. 1: Food Conitnittvm' 2. 1: Editor-in-llliie-f ".-X4lmiral" l: Sailing: tiluli 2. l. Ha-rv wx- have- tht- mainftay of Billard. As Battalion Comniandvr, Editor-in-Chit-f of thf' ".' X flmiralf' antl pilot of tht- lfwort Platoon. Dir-k wax nm:-r la-ft to lr-ixurv inomv-ntx. 'lihix lvuxy 1-aflvt :lid not fonake' his ararle-iiiivs. how:-wr. for ln- wa, oft:-n found ftudying: far into tht- night. Of Course- Dir-kk nature- ix not Strictly liufinz-ss, as he- has a profit'ie'nr'y for throwing: trviiiviitlou- partir-r and mak- ing th:-m sum:-ssful by his llrillianvz- of wit and sparkling Iwrfon- ality. Au-ormliiigly it if va-ry rloulmtful that many womvn art- almlv to re-sis! his masculine' charm and good lookf. roliu-t rliarurtefr liaa always spri-all :yioml 4-hr-er Jinx R xcoxizsn -11 Pe-girl St, Nlystiv. fillflfl. "ll" ffninpanv .-1n1bin'on: Fnnthall ll Basf-ball 1. "laik" e-nle-re-il llillarll in tho- fall of '52 He- has prow-n himsv-lf a, an alliiriinizifl -Win in ffmtliall and hasf-hull. Ile- has a pl:-ai-ing pf-r-nriality annl wr- ne-wr finfl him in a liafl niuml. Hi- always has 3 -milr nn Iii- fave-. Wi- wi-li him u lot of luvk in tha- futurf-. Roisiiiri' Emi'-xnn R.-XINONIC 129 W'iman Ku-. Syraivllsv. N. Y. lst P4-tty Uffivf-r "ll" Company .-1n1f1il1'1m.' fifllllllflff' from rnllvgf lwrrtlraill l: llaskr-tlizill lg ltsvort Platmni 1, "l31.b." who 1-mm-s tu lb frrvm Fxravusz-. is lw far rhf- nimt falvuluu- ol the- N-w lurk llc-lv-gutmn. His ix QI'-, Cf'-s 6 f lnrilliunt pe-rfni'iiiiiii1-v on tlu- fn-utlmall fir-lil. in thr- vlzissrmniii unrl on tha- Vlilllfllls liaw- math- H1-li 21 gre-at guy to all hunel-. Huh. who holds thf- title- of vlass uthl:-tv. also 'luis wa-ll in the- qwial fiv-lil as his fre-que-nt trips to fiunrie-Ctivut lrlnllc-gas will te tifs WH- uunt In wish him ai lot of luvk in thf- future-. FRANCIS Wiuzox ROBERTSON 21 Myrtle- Plan- Ifastvlif-ste-r. N. Y. 2n1l Pr-Ily Uffim-r fiillllllillly .-inzlfitiorz: Own a sporting goods xfvre. "Frank" is Om- uf Clarkf- Hall's hvst lik:-tl officf-rs. antl hw- is always in a grvml mood. He is also active fun the wat:-rfront rrr-w. Frank has a nice- personality and hr is vr-ry we-ll like-tl lip the catlets. WK- want t0 wish Frank the lwst uf luck in future- husine-ss. 'gif' JUS!-Il'lI ,loin Rmmxo 313 Hank Ft. Ne-w l,ondou. 4.1-nn. "ll" lt-iniuiimx joe- vame In us last fall. Un thu- vamp-us jot- is wry popular. lt is wrv sf-ldom xou NVD' him without a smilf- on his law. llis tal-ulous xovahulary and his 4-xt'c-lle-rivv in tln- vlassroom for'-If-lls auotlif-r Walt Whitman in the- making. llis gm-at pe-rsonality has mud'- llim Farm far. and will curry him furthe-r. Hood luvli. .lolz 111 llll' future-. i""'5 fin. 5 ' FRANCIS XAYIR Iltfsiiroim 204 ll:-acon St. Worm-str-r, Hass. "ll" Company Ambition: Srhool tr-ar-hr-r. Football: liaslu-thall: Food fi1llIlIIlllll'l'1 Xa-wman ' f.lulv. L Fran. as ht- is known. is one- of the- lu-st like-d. handsome-st. and greatest hall playf-rs Billard has if se-e-n in many a yr-ar. Fran doe-s ww-Il lioth in tht- vlase-room and at Conn:-vtivut ffollf-gf-. His grvat haslu-tlnall playing: has llfilllglll him muvh fame-. On tht- footlnall fit-ld he- is xr-ry outstanding. 1.1-t's all wish Fran good luf-k in thc- futur:-. W1Ll.1.u1 GREIG SIAVIK 137 Marshall .Me-. Littlf- Fr-rry. N. J. Chivf Petty Uffit-f-r "C" Company Arnlzition: A-0171, .-lraflenzy "Wild Bill" ramm- to us in tht- summf-r of '52 He- hails from th:- maje--tic state- of Nc-w ,Ie-rsa-y. Little- Fw-rry. tht- home- of Iii- gangste-r friends. should he- proud to haw- se-nt Ur suvh a fin:- spf-rimf-n of manhood. Bill has ,uiw-n lla many Itll'3-8111 momf-nts with his good sf-nsv of humor. We will all Hllxs you. Bill. and we- all wish you tht- lu-st of lui-k in the- yf-ars ahf-ad of you. Aufwf-idf-rscn me-in fra-und. CII.liIHR'I' Snizicnsrw 12 xlf'I'l'l2il'lll' Ft. l'awr'atueik. ffrwnn. " X" fjninpany AV71lll'll0IIf To lip II vifrvax in the' mm ni hiv prrrvnls. Femtliall 1: lla-ke-Iliall: llawliall: Ye-arliemk Nall: liftlll Flair. living a ffnurvlvfttwr man frfim hix e-lel Ne-lineal it ix witliout a wevnrle-r that fine- Of hix inte-red-tx i- -pwrtx. Hut -peirtx :lo not Iilkee up all nf hie time- anfl whe-n he- iNn't playing the-m. eunf- wnulel finel him at hix -tuelie-N ur writing to hix girl. llarlrara. llill nm- amliitinn i410 gn tem vnlleegge- anrl lie- a -iiwe---. We- think that he' will lIl'f'2lllNt' hex ha- all the- 1-haravte-r anel traitx te- make' hie way in lifee. lie-e-auw oi the--v winning way. hi- many frie-nel- will mis- him a- the-3 Q0 the'ir -vpa rate- way-. Ciimifs limukn STEINHI-TRC T63 Uvvan Parkway Brooklyn, N. Y. "ll" Company .el1nl1i!iori: To go to rnflegfn Feievthall 1: liaxke-thall 1 anel 2. Fur the- last two ye-ars "Chur'k" has be-e.-n "llronklyn's .-Xirilia--arlnrn to Ne-w Lorlnirm. He- if 21 harel anrl sefrious worker and his rffafly wit. plui hir always pre-Ne-nt fmile- wa- Nllftwll tlirmigglimit the- time' he- wai almarel with u-. The- lmyx from Palme-r llouxe- kneiw that he- will Niie-ew-vel in the- future' lwfaiixe- uf the'ir paxt awuvizitieirix with him. flevnfizlvnt that un thing: lie- max' elef in the- future' will lie' eleine- ln 1 gzreeat guy anel a Neiuare- xhunte-r. we- wixh him lurk. DONALD Ruin mn 'I'ie:kNi:R 110 Falblaff Sl- IiUI'lll'Nl"l'. N. Y. "B" lfevinpany fflllbl-fllllflf ffollegef llefhurziffrl EIl,Ul'lI?VfIiVlg lruutliallz Effort I'l.iIn0n, Nrlw Xflfli-5 gift I0 liillartl. llvrvl tht- wif-perx-:'sNe'el. gneiel looking Valle-I who hag be-e-n munopoliling the- Cfe-nnv'e'tit'ut Colle-gee girlx for the' paxt ye-ar. Deen! e'ewnc're-te- stance- maele' him a grexit aewt tu Ihr' fnotllall Ivamis first string. ami ne' apulogige- fur nut hgying 3 wre-filing te'am whefrel heh e-uultl furthe-r elifplay hie athlv-tie' aliililx. llunE suliulastic e-ffiuie-ncy hax only lrewn furpasee-el lip hi, paxtinig "prufie'ie-nm'y"1 Conse-que-ntly wee fe-e-I fure- that he- will ,min lie- titlefel "l'nive-rfity of R0C'llr'flt'I'-N faxurile' fern." i-.ff-3' 21" We W 12 11" 'ir I'm1,IP RICHARD Tmmxi 46 Ontario St. llrivlif-sler. N. Y. "ll" Cmnpany AHIIQIVFIIUVIS Grmlnntf- from f-allege am! lm Il S111-f-mx. lfmitliall l: Basketball l: Escort l'latuon l. "Phil." who is also known as the "Playbny" uf llillarcl. hails from Rochester. N. Y. He- is six feet three and carrie-s his weight very wr-ll on his sim- 14 slim-s. His sparkling personality ancl gift of gab haw math' him a kill:-r of women. Tn an athlete- we wish all the happinm-s in tha- wnrlfl and with a little of his smfmtli talking we're sure he will suvceed. ROLAND ALBERT VARIN 110 Mechanic St. Southhriclge. Mass. "C" Company "Lefty" boarded "the ship" last fall and immediately made a host of friends. Hr- was a mainstay on one ot' the finest hackfields Billard has seen in many years. He also was a great man on the basketball court and the baseball diamond. We wish him the best of luck in the years to come. 1- W I 'sf if. ,fr-0-s.,h1 I - s. :NO P ss hf n xx he n ssh: Il ss hen ss hcn N ll XY lf ss lf xx lf N lt ss ll xx lf sw ll ss lf xx n ss hc n ss hen ss In n xx hx n ss lu ll ss hc ll ss In Il ss hr n ss hen when ss hen ss hen ss lu n ss he Il ss hc Il ss hui ss he n ss hen ss he n ss hm n ss hz n ss hc Il ss hen ss hen ss hell x hc n ss hen ss In n ss hen ss hen s hcn xx In Il ss lu n ss he I1 xx he n D0 Sou RLlllll1l1JC19 Pflll T X f 4+ Uv 1 1 4, nr txw mmu Q 1 WVXS 1X1 1 1 1 N r r mx ,rw N threw tie: 1111 1 Ira u nf' um IIN 411 -' Nr NUCIICIICX C umm S 1 1 I fl Ummm wake up' ff cle hr Hxll N lpler huitled it Imskc llnll pr1ct1Ce9 Umuc lx Ntunlmerv ss QQI1 1 ftblllljlillllllff ' Ifftx Y lrm h'1fl Q11 vxtvlulm fl Chrl tml rn uverm Jliifi u nsm ull 1 H111 Herthlaume ua Il t tillxlnlf wlmut I .1 Bruw DMX xk now dldnt gmt Ill hw max Dun budmlaphlo ate Corn Beef 'mtl Cabbag Bm lm Lfm flldll t Crow lui lc gQ III Ihr- 'NTQQS Ha Nhrtx I 111103 got out on llli f1rQ1 Wfflk QU wrrgfm I lx gui hh Nlfl pf N ' 3 l Nl nlfk opened ilu pmt ufflrc li lgonc e more p ljdllldi ' crrx 'Nlurphx uaQ gomg, sic idx mth two glr I Umar aku xsentt L-cwrt umm Jiflx Himelburg Qtopped bf wtmff up the coach 1m lrtlm waQ IH um urm lx s ss ik mt wu 1 g.l1I 4 n x 0 a I1 me Du 31ml nought Z1 pink uf fxffarcltwo ac lx X e rce-H16 Spent wnw umnex B111 Cullen forgot hl leather jarkLt9 Pre-cl Bupp namt plaxlnv sxlth 1xIl1NSi9 Nldlfh nam t dreamlnv of lxlthx ann ltf' 11 UK 1 lllllf 1 r flu I u lalflelcl fllll hed lu In Nllkc bxlleran mam t talking ibuut 1112 C'1r B b I 1r1e ss am t contemplatmf mirrlafferg jnhn Nlurphx maint at Gmm ne Plaexbre s a m t rp cum 1t11 n 1u Circ vc rlf lx HIL Hmnpt llllg ' an l.uwf1u1t1uake1lu 1 nur r I HIL PICJN XTELLX Clasf of 33 - x x 4 - N1 fglllIlY'f'ilU gui 11 If-tivr? 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Q ,,,x, JU? 3 H5444 -ffswa ful , ' 1 .h -, yr' , 1 , ,, il., F -. . -11, , Jy ,Q H 1 Vu ix !.1 ', Wm ily- Lf' 'I 5-.1-,-wx--, 1 SP was he hi m the act acc Use Call? aww? i2""'ZM,1n We 'I Wing ysters 'L """""'mfm- . , .aw-1 -, I' and the a Cguse d The The fock JOFPI 9 ill Admiral Frederic D Lexaer I'he White Home Commandant I S Naxal -Xcademx Waahmgton D C Annapolis 'Nld Ilmt 10 '33 Dear F D Xfter making an CXIEHCIYC surxex of the graduating claw of 1955 of Admiral Billard Aeademx I haxe dlaeoxered the manx fields of life in which thex are now participating I beliexe that xou will he xerx intereate d in mx finding. Richard Coeiloxa has gained the position of head waiter at the Waldorf A-torla and working under him lb the world renowned drmle mixer Herbert Dxson Bruce DeW xk 12 now preside nt of the world famous airlines The Iflxmg Dutchman Ine aee pilot 1 none ot ter t ian fx Y a x into exerx life a 1ttle ra1n muit fall into ex rx letter a little mae news must me dehxered It IQ with deep regret that I report that Iaelx O Donnell IQ on trial for lllgdttlx before Supreme Co11rt Chief luatiee Daniel F Kllex His attornex is the fimous erimmal awxer Thomaa C Hallx I ittended part of the tr11l xeaterdax and 1 I le ft the 1 nurt h ll mx snrit- were I'dINf'lI as rea use t1at anot ter it ard graduttt had met -ueew billboard read RL SHFORD 5 REM RL 'NI Lpon returning to mx abode I waQ greeted hx mx butler Joaeph DuB1el who informed me that mx becretarx of Defen e tagamxt females! Phil IJlf,IldI1IId had trrixed and was awaiting me in the Blue Room While conxeramg with him he extprewe d his dtxapproval of mx recent appointment of Peter Hall to head of the I' H I He Hdltl that Senator joslm would 'iexer let the appointment he approxed hx Congress exen if he did he opined 'XQQIQIHIII Juftlce qlaxicle would haxe it deelared unconstitutional t1at he wax declaring war on Ilerr Dre e - new 'Nan re grtme H informer me that lf had done th1 on tl1e idxiee of his m1l1tarx xtrategixt Field 'Nlar hall Robert IaCI11r1te I immediatelx called Necretarx of the 'Naxx Donald Ilorleowslu and informed htm of the Cflgli He ru hed to the W lllfe Hou e aeeompanted hx that brilliant daahmg JTLIIITIPIII itixe rinv talented Secret lrx of Nt ite Daniel I farm e immee 1 1 Ro ting, awax from pohtit there are a few more Btllard Inu t1at ee erxe 11:1 rn IIIIQ letter flnimbing throuvh the recent port headline I notie ed that Iaele Hainelhurg waa named the Pro Foothall I meman of the X ear Bill 'Napier ha re plated Ioe I apelnele a Coach of the New Xorle lxmt leerh uelxer D n NI 1rt1n xx 1 t rl World 'N o t Pa rfeet x exeloped 'Nlan Tle lxid expre vmer 31 er lf 1 Sh the 88 xe run and I eorge NIlllldldI'IlQ is plaxmg for the Harle m I lohetrotter e thati a out all I could lg up he looking, fur xou next month when e Downe meet Wlfll the joint Chief of Ntaff to explain l1ow he N going to freeze the Sun ieerflx NU RICH-XRD 'NI QLINN President of the L S . . . ' . U 5 ' , 1. .' ,, . ' A. , ' -, ' ' ,hi ' . ' Y .' , , . ' ' e N ' V' . . 'V His' ' ' 's f I - I- "Le tY"' rin. A: ' ' j ' ' l' ' . ' . A 'e " ' ' 1 l' I ' .' l I I e f. 1 - ' 'z Y' . ' ' I' ' as - - -1 o se I' "gp ' ' ' 'x I Ml".-1 I' ' l I 'll' ' 1 - ' - .' - A . H 7. .. , ., 'Y ' . 1- S . ,. ' 4- K- ' ' f . . . . L ' . , Y. I, That evening I received a wire from the tamed Premier Norman ilatitreau informing me l. ? ,Aj , . ' . .,,,1'.. ,, .' .. C' ,1 , , 1. da ' ,. ' ' .' ' 2 1' fl - ' '- Q" ' .II -' ' l'e1t1-lx' got ur- into the w'ar,1I, . Get' f' -' ,' - " 4-'f l' lfs- '- i-itie in '- . I ' ,C s s 1' ' fs " ' Q ' ' f S ' I ' e"'s, 11,1 'S 'zsxoe "I 'StIs ' t li' D, " . " 1' N 'Ns H1 - I tk 1 .I 1lIs the W'1I'Ill.Hl't'f'1lI'tI in - 0 1 l. W' ll. b ' "D' l'll I " f 1 I' .' ' ' El Sit '- W' ur-. -pf "' ' ws 5 my D , . I 1. 5 7 " .1 ,fl ' J , - ' Eftvglf -6 ,Nag 'SS' usvwv in 'U' 'B P NT eu 0. BOPP Q e df df 6 o va CONIDR. IAW CAPT. QUINN LT. HALL NI l DUE Spun mr I I r ,-. x gl , .,, Jw M' 'fk-f W "' ' "' -V 4 by . ,J,-.XQSV .T - M, ' A --3, """"""'A 'K ,ff ,' x-"'f',, 1 , ,Wm 'M' . ,. ivy? 14' ,J,-- : ', ' ' , ,, '.. ,Q -' ,nr l f- 5 .,, - --f'f1y"f'f+ fffl-fgr ,QM an , -,-.mm f-,wg M- . 1. f-ff - -7g1?','L, 'Y.gg.g7'f115t::4.g.. .43,.VM-?f'..,q.g' ' .1 2,423 'g f' , fc. 7, .,jj',,- 3:1 1 . 1-5 :.d' SJ if1','1.,,p 'A x,1-"':f'g5s 1' , 521 . , X .- ' . :- km,A,,w,Mw,r M1 A . R71 v, 5,53 :,m -IH I .KW ,.7.9kw. ,,':Af,., , 'vg,1.,.A,.-0' '-:43,g.,4vsv.2' ' ", yrf",., Us '.wi'gf-I v, ,A-14 ,,,.,-wwf-fmf .ff mm, 4...-ff, W ,wx ,, .., 4 PM - :, , , 4-I ,A ' A-....:.-ffff W.:f 1-ff gf-ff " 1' ' ",52.'fc'w-- f .if f' 4 I .D V AY?-,yy V' .r A WE . ,ag 4!u'gQ,?b I-A ,ex 1.Mw:w 4, ' ,. v - , W1-wh 1 . .,glid"' . A ,-L W ' "Md "W ..zifu fa, jlhf "x 1-ff' . '. 'ST K U53 Oiiiff' O. H123 U I' 0 r couxuwmsa ROBFRT LacHAR1TE WW CUUDETTE BOGDN lompanx fomrnanrler SI10'l50f Clarke Hall malnstay of the Battalion ls the home of the waiters and the hardest workmg company ln the Aflltllfiil Bullard Academy Cadet Corps The fabulous forty obsessed by the splrlt of Clark Hall haye been Stfltlllg for the entlre year to brlng home the colors We are WOI'l'ClIlg for Mr Leon Clarke and hrs dream of a tmce Wllllllllg company Some ayer that Clarke Hall breaks loose from Frlday to Sunday when our house master rldes the ralls to hls home but we contend that we really hxt thc books from Sunday through Frlday and IIVC respectable llves during that perlod Wlth our able and respected leader Bob LaChar1te at the relns this year we feel sure that we null be able to glVC a stern account of ourselves durlng June week 6 "- 't- , 0...-I'-" -',1Q r' ,-sfbfhf f' -Mu' .35 . 94' if ' "0 Y, K ?'fAfH5' '-1Q1111k ,'a9' f 405 9 qi Z' CP- 0.24534 ELBYRG N, I-jg ,W 'an ' fr, ,,,. 1-'4,l'. 1.1-Na' ,QLPIP 1 FM 3'1- w, I V ' ' ' 1 A' ' 1 J S , J fl 3, ""' 'Q' wi-ff--,Q .Q - -QA' "' . ., ' ' K ' ' ' . - ' A v'. w, U I , m ' .. ,, ,W ,nw R, J... ,,,, , ' , , .wf:in.?-m...,sx1+ 8 CONINIANDER DONALD BORKOWSKI YIISS AUDREY TONICHESKI Company Commander Sponsor B Company one of the top contenders for the Colors last year got underway under the capable leadershlp of Commander Borkowskl Most of the schools athletes were housed ln Palmer consequently thls tended to ralse the roof a blt but when competltlon got underway the boys showed thelr ablllty to work together ln the house as well as on the fleld This close knlt orgamzatlon could always be counted upon to look thelr best at Battallon functlons The members of Baker w1ll long remember thelr get togethers and skylarkmg SCSSIOHQ Our hats off to a great bunch of guys 1 . xnxx g , N s . Q Q "' 94" .. il, ' avian- 4 LT. UBBY lQi3.3.1:2, ', 1 an. NM, , -. ,M 311' ff- as 4-una VW' QMS?" an 3. 'Vatu ... .. , 1 .' ' , ...LP Q Jlfdir Wt fl' 1' M--:V ' s.-.,,,Q,i Q9 o -1 6:- mf' CONINIANDER BRUCE DeWYK MRS L H DeWYK fompany fommancler Sponsor Although the company has been dxmmlshed greatly ln slze as compared to a few years ago the splrlt has not been altered ln the least The Sacketteers are just as full of vlm and vlgor as any group of boys lmaglnable Wlth our respected C 0 Bruce DeWyk at the helm we have excelled ln every phase of Blllard llfe When the frlnges of dlsclpllne are violated or when a cadet IS ln need of advlce or consultatlon the able and well lllced housemasters Mr Somers and Mr Porter are always on hand to give 3dVlCC and encouragement to the troubled or sorrow strlcken cadets whoever they may be As a crack drlllmg company they have taken better than thelr share of the award rlbbons ln precedlng years and are dolng as well thxs year Our best wlshes follow a fme group of young men mto the future Good luck loyal Sacketteers 1 ff" 1. 'D 0 'AQ 71 Q-"7 C"lPT'lI'N RIIHARD N1 ouwx NIIQQ DOIORFQ OIYINN fompam fommrznrler Sponwr ThlS wear s Escort Platoon was trulw the Prlde of the Corps Its QIZC wls unpre cedented 1n Blllard hlstory Every man was wllllng and eager to learn the dlfflcult moxements and fancs footwork Although the harsh New England wlnter forced us to drlll Indoors until Mirah me were at our pollshed best long before the flrst parade We were able to be seen practlcmg exerv afternoon ln the SPFIDU at Post Fxeld and passers hw hx the-lr atten tlon on us rather than on the regular companles All thls ralsed our morale lIIlll10llQtlN and each lndnxdual was proud and honored to perform durmg June Week We emerged wlth a trulu manual and footwork executed ln '1 m inner rexellmff speeml skull and gmre that would hlffle exen the mot olvserx Int IIllllI'lI'lHlQ I8 entlre Battwllon was proud of their Pseort Pl ltoon 'md me hope that next xc lr Blllard ulll produce one equallx 'ls fine - . . , . , Y ' , 7 , Y cc - as - ' ' - -f 4 4 -. a N 4. - Y Y v . . . . , v . x - ll i 1 I . . 1 I 5 C, . .x -' 1 . ' . gn -, X I - i '- . .v. V . x f 7 v- .u v Y ' . - 1 - v D . 1. 4 Q X., . . .' ' z ' s . 'z . Q ,. Tl 1. ' , 4, 1 4 " ' .' "Z 1 V ' ' K. n .P -rg 'E' Zami EMMA? ,-X FV' X Q V' 15 Y J af-I gf' n- , 5' rw , CPO DOWNE MISS PAGE DOWNE CO. Band Co. Sponsor N C NJ dude! Ogfdww Commander DeWyk, Ensign Ahlstrand, Commander LaCharite, Warrant Officer Carberg, Captain Quinn, Lieutenant Hall, Commander Borkowski, Lieutenant Libby, Commander Law. XXX , if :mlm Q 49:54 LVM 0 - '5",.- 1 2 tn! xv.:-sv, Z .. N n 7fv 't " V X NK . XX X' aptaiw and Emwmadme Commander Borkowski, Commander LaCharite, Captain Quinn, Commander Law, Com mander DeWyk. mum Szwzwzd Second row, left to right: Ashe, Tepedino, Palmer, Berthaiume, Lang, North. First row: Wallace, Ahlstrand, Borkowski, Hall, Downe. '- 1. C .-55 SQIW, 1 . ,5-'Ear 704502 'Quant eww Left to right: Bopp, Trafton, Chief Gailing, Ashe, Simmons, Robertson, Nordholm J!?1!1i,!l' iff'-i- X Q. 'W I k 'A - fl' if 2 A ,Figs r f 5 fi: pg F, 6 1 11 so me I f N A, Q I Ml X 1 ,lb . G' l L FICA l as ca. 8 5' V-ARIN RAINONE ' ,f l Brockon ,... B ,., . - 13 ABA 777, 7 ' 'F' , Nichols lr. College .,.. 12 ABA .... 7 Coast Guard ,,,, 0 ABA ,,,. ,,,... 0 Boston V. ,.,Y,,,7 34- ABA .,,..,.... 0 CAUTREAU New London .... 7 ABA ,7,,,77,,, 14 , .tt I A ttf I! V , 1 K - 1 '-7: . 'Q Ae: S A ' f -f ' Af, W T- Q- 1- v-- 4 7 cv 4 f Puma HAMELBURG HALLY RAGONESE CULLEN RUSHFORD O'DONNELL Rainone breaks loose at New London fy-,f if f- NW a ,Z J, 5 Us ig., SAL AMANTI - Coach ,i 'Ts ,p-., JACK HANIELBURG Co Captam Co Caplan: NORM GAUTREAU Goodness IS the result not only of lntellectual but also physlcal 3CtlVlllCS Vlgor of the body IS the most useful addltlon to vlgor of mlnd The formatlon of the whole man would not be complete unless the body has IIS energles properly developed ln contests demandlng sklll force and endurance To become a man one must be exerclsed ln bodlly hardshlps and strain such as are had ln athletlc contests Physlcal strength IS worth uslng ln order that self rellance and self confldence may be attalned The essentlal qualltles of manllness are determlnatlon of wlll and body vlgor For these reasons Blllarcl sponsors such athletlc contests ln the three major sports of football basketball and baseball ln addltlon there IS a compulsory athletlc program Thls physlcal exercl e IS offered ln order that students may develop thelr b0dlCS as well as thelr mlnds f ' 1 ab 'Jawa JJMA' T fl I -' ' T 9 N la .sl ,, qs f' N,,, , X In-si: i l , H L7 V 'fl' J k 22 N L K' gl , HI I fe ay Q VU' is Ei F42 QI! 4 - Q M ll A rf -Q' ' aaketiczltf Two tlnrcle of the Qturlent enrollment turnecl out xshfn Nlr xlltlllll mnouncecl the bCU'1HIl1Ilg of luaeltetlnll prictlce It 1 becauee of tlne lIllfI'lSt husn hx the Carlete along mth the hw Qcheclule thit makee people vu Blllarrl lnbgeet port IQ lmelcethall After the lfllllill euttmg xme complete Cofuh XIIVIIIU fouml hnneelf xslth tuentx goof ball pluere anfl n real lll1llXlfll1'll Sure l ll xx IC pru llc nt llllflllg the entlre eaeon ancl coneequentlx lfftrfnt qumtct Qttrtul eurx fwme me two plfttoon Qwtem uae 'aleo lllgllllffl lrequt nt N Ks we goto prees we hate hut one gtnnz left on our refful tr 9fllP1lUlf W e h ne lmeen muted to repreeent Laetern LUIlIlCLllLUl ln the New lnfflanrl Baeketluall lourn'nnent The bms feel Cflllfldefll that thelr Qhomnn therm xx 1ll g'11Il them an lIlX1l3llOI'l to the Glenns Falls Tournament elrlx ln Kprll 'llllS tourn nmnt 19 equlx 'Ili nt to the I13tlOIlal Cllillllllilllqlllll ere IS no cloubt ilrout lt the ItllllliCll hunclrul mtl fxftx thru l 1'-lmetlwxll tttun 1 Aclmlral Blllarfl wmll long he runcmlwerul f r tts u lor incl fmt talent Vt lll or lose the bow are alxsaw lll1QlllIlg To the bow on the team who haxe gnen qe lmskftlnll 'tt 1t'- lmeet we offer our beet vvlehes In Neari to come on College harclxsoocls Blllarcl C0dQt Cuircl J V Blllarcl Blllard Blllarcl Blllard Blllard Blllard J Billard Blllard Blllarcl Blllarcl Blllard Blllarcl Blllarfl Blllarfl Blllard All Blllarfl Arnolcl College Mltchel College lonu lrtp Uconn Frosh Provlflence College lNOI'WlCl1 Free Aeaclems lon'1 Prep lloly Croes lwrosh 'Vhllorcl Prep Holy Crow Froeh Cheehlre lrowldeme College New Lonflon Hlffh I N Muneon Cheshxre 1 C' ' 4 q 1 . 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Complimenfg of C:OFT'IpIIfTI9fI'I'S of T I. ew n, n I I . . x I44 -4 The Smarl' Daily Appearance Billard Cadefs is Aided The Effucnenr Servrce WHITE WAY LAUNDRY Bes+ Wlslmes 'from JOHN F GADBOIS MR and NIANTIC CONN L H DE WYK SR Hofpomi' and Weshnghouse Sales and Service by of I 6. l. " f xl-...f,..-,. -... Q? '5 D1 'i fi' 'Hu- Aff 3 S ff" N hah. meme!! The Class of 1953 wishes the best to future Billard graduates. ,f 1f I iff- JJ O -0 ,Eff 74a .lent 70nd As the 1953 ADIVIIRAL goes to press and I am called upon to put mto words the hard work and toll that our staff experlenced durlng the tlme that lt took to comp1le thls book I would l1ke to thank the many members of the student body and faculty whose efforts made this book posslble I would llke especlally to extend my smcere thanks to Peter ,loslm without whose strenuous work as Asslstant Busmess Manager thls annual would never have been a flnanual success I would hke to thank Dan Klley for cleamng up the press room and bv so domg flllfllllg many articles whxch I h d classlfled as Lost Strayed or Stolen I appreclate the help glven me by Mr Dench on the mllltary phase of the Annual Also I would llke to apologize to Thomas Hally and Morgan Ialy for thelr not appearlng ln the honor student and cadet offlcer plctures respectxvely Congratulatlons to Dan Klley and ,lack Hamelburg for thelr promotlon to cadet offlcer status We have trled to portray all phases of Blllard l1fe ln th1s Annual lncludlng mllllafy academlc soclal and athletlc In our candld photographs we have shown a frank plcture of our dally llfe and perhaps ln some mstances we have Ulagnlfled some of our more carefree moments For the flrst txme Company Sponsors have appeared 1n our Annual We are sure that they have brought color beauty and llYCllIlCSS mto the ADMIRAL We slncerely hope that you have enjoyed readlng the 1953 lssue of the ADMIRAL as much as we dld compxlmg lt 744: Enforce 'EEL f-1 if 955 95 ix 'We' LQ-'Q 'Liar-,-,sq-f Z fa 21, -1 V K 'kr M' in, El! . . 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