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THE STAFF PRESENTS THE FALL-IN
IN HONOR OF THE CLASS OF I948
Joseph Dolan .....
Be'Hy Shields ..,...
Paul Wagner ..
Joseph Mellillo ..,....
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Alexander Marinelli .a.,a. ,a,.,.., P hoiography Ediior
Thomas Doohan ,,,,, ,,a,,, A dveriising Ediior
Eleanor Webb ,.,.,a .,..a... A r+ Edilor
Achilles Berfrand, John Donahue, George Esposifo aaaa.a,a Associafe Ediiors
William Fislcio, William Ressler, Sky Slciera
Mr. J. Howard Smi+h, Mr. Charles S+ernberg .................sa. Faculfy Advisers
MR. EDWARD FORTNEY
We, fhe class of I948, wish fo express in our humble way our
deepesf fhanlcs and greafesf admirafion fo Mr. Edward Forfney for fhe
mosf significanf parf he has played in our college life. We feel sure fhaf
he has confribufed immeasurably 'ro our own educafion and fufure as well
as fo fhe fufure of Arnold College. His fireless efforfs on behalf of our
class have given us fhe needed impefus fo achieve fhaf long awaifed
goal foward which we have worked. We feel fhaf fhe enfire Arnold
College sfudenf body will join us in fhanlcing him for his splendid worlc.
H. LEON SHEPPHARD
MISS MARTHA GILBERT
Dean of Women Regisfrar
EMILY ROSS EDWARD EORTNEY
Assis'I'an'I' Dean of'Women Assis'ran'I Dean of Men
Dean of Men
EDWARD COADY Assis'ranI' Regis+rar
Business Manager SecreI'ary
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
EUGENE ELLIS GEORGE WHITE
S. MINERVA HAUPT BARBARA WELCH
JOHN DILLON EMMONS BOWEN
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LAURA BARBER RAYMOND BURTON
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Arnold College, formerly +he New Haven Normal School of Gym-
nas+ics, is one of +he oldesl schools for physical educa+ion in 'rhe Unifed
Sfales. In I886 'I'he Brooklyn Normal School of Gymnas+ics was organized
under +he direc'l'ion of Dr. W. C. Anderson, one of +he grea+ leaders in
physical educaiion in America. Six years la+er 'rhe school was fransferred
+o New Haven.
Soon afler lhe beginning of his work in New Haven, Dr. Anderson
called +o his assislance Dr. E. Herman Arnold, physician, educalor, and
pioneer in l'he field of physical educalion. Dr. Arnold assumed 'lhe direc-
forship of 'rhe ins+i+u1'ion, which in I90O adopled lhe name, New Haven
Normal School of Gymnaslics.
ln I92l a Three-year curriculum, leading 'ro lhedegree of Bachelor
of Science in Physical Educalion, supplanfed lhe l'wo-year normal course,
and Arnold College for Hygiene and Physical Educalion was incorpor-
aled under rhe laws of fhe S+al'e of Conneclicuf. ln I929 by Special Acf
of The Legislalure of lhe S+al'e of Conneclicul, a char'rer was granled
+0 lhe College, aulhorizing +he organizalion of a four-year curriculum
leading fo lhe degree of Bachelor of Science in Physical Educalion and
FORMER CAMP SITE OF ARNOLD COLLEGE
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Lyman Hall High School, Varsily Baslcelball
I, 2, 3, 4: Varsily Volleyball I, 2, 3: Secre-
Iary Fall In 35 Eclilor Collegian 4: Gym
Team I, 2, Caplain RED Team 4: Archery
2, 3, 43 Archery Manager 3.
En+erec.l from Universily of Conneclicul' 2,
House CommiH'ee 2, Varsily Soffball 3, 4
Varsily Volleyball 3, Junior Class Commil-
Iee 3, Sludenl' Council 4, Dormilory Presi-
Sargenl' I, 2: lransfer 'Io Arnolclg Soflball
3: Social CommiH'ee 3: Glee Club 3, 4:
Sludenl Council 41 Sword Sociely 4.
Easi' Haven High School graduale. Basker-
ball I, 2, Baseball I, 2: Sword 2, 3, 4,
Presicleni' 33 Phin 23 Junior Prom Chair-
man 3: S+uden'I' Body Presidenh Royal A.
New Bri'Iain Senior High School graduafe.
Handball I, 25 InI'ramuraI Baskerball I, 2:
Collegian 33 Fall In S+aFF 33 Class Treasurer
3, 4: Pen 4, BasIce'I'baII Manager 3.
ROSEMARY DE PALMA
S+. Mary's Academy gradua'Ie. Varsi'Iy Bas-
IceI'baII I, 2, 3: Varsily Volleyball I, 2, 31
Varsi'I'y Sofiball 2, 3, 4: Fall In I, 2, 3,
Social Commi'H'ee I, 2, 3, -Class Officer 4g
Prom Commi'Hee 33 Na+ionaI Baskerball
RaI'ing 2, 3, 41 Gym Team I, 2, Tennis 2g
Collegian 2, 33 A.R.C. I, 2, 3, 4.
ALBERT JUSTICE '
I'I'haca College Iransfer Io Arnold. SI'udenI'
Council 3: Royal A 4: Judicial Board 33
Sludenl' Represenlafive E.S.P.A. 3: Tennis
3: Varsify Foo+baII 4: Pen Sociely 43 Phin
45 Sword 43 Fall In Sfaffg Senior Class Vice-
Presidenh Alpha Phi Alpha - ZeI'a Chap-
Ier, Yale: Ou'I'sIanding Ci'I'izenship Award
New York Universify Iransfer fo Arnold.
Assisfanf Edi+or of Fall In 3: Royal A 3, 4.
Universify of New Hampshire '42, Hhaca
College 45-46. FooI'baII I, 2: Track I, 2:
Transfer Io Arnold.
SI'udenI' Council 3, 4: Phin I, 2, 3, Presidenl'
4: Foofball Ig Baslcelball Ig Tennis 2, 3,
Sword 2, 3, 4: Pen 3, 4.
New Haven S'I'a+e Teachers College '43
'44, '45, Universi'I'y of Oklahoma '45, '46,
Iransfer Io Arnold, Sfudenl' Council 3
Judicial Board 3: Volleyball 3: Social Com
mi'Hee 4, Baskefball 4.
Hilhouse High School graduaI'e. Baskelball
I, 2, Baseball I, 2: Sword 2, 31 Presidenl' 4,
Pen 2, 3, 4, Royal A 3, 4, Phin 2. '
Class Presiclen'I', I-2
Collegian Sfalif, I-2-3
Social Commi'H'ee, I-2
Fall-In, 2 - Edilor, 3
Pen Sociely, 3 - Pres., 4
. WINIFRED VATH
Graduale of Wes'I' Haven High School.
Baslcefball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3,
A.R.C. Life Saving Ig Sword 2, 3, 4: Class
Secrelary I, 2, 31 Fall in Sfalilig Prom Com-
miH'eeg Class Represenlaiive A.A. 2: Gym
Team I, 2, 3: Camp.Honors I, 2.
Verona High School I943, Selon Hall Prep
I944. Transfer from Dulce Universify I946.
Baseball 2, 3: Class Represenlafive A.A.
2: A.R.C.g Baslce'I'ball 2.
Bristol High School graduaie.
Newfown IConn.l High School graduafe.
Foo+baII Ig Baslcefball I, 2, Gym Team 2:
Social CommiH'ee Ig Sword Socie'Iy 2, 3,
4, Class Presicleni 3, 4, Fall Ing Pho'I'ography
Sword 4, Royal A 4, Pen Sociefy I, 2, 3, 4,
Vice Pres. AA. 3, Pres. 4, Prom Chairman
4, Gym Team Capi. 2, 3, 4.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
When we enfered Arnold in I944, we became parf of a sfudenf
body which was small in numbers buf mighfy in spirif. If seemed our Iof
fo have heaped upon us more hazing, inifiafions, Icifchen dufies, camp
consfrucfion, and final exams fhan any ofher class in ArnoId's hisfory.
Our "sigma" Iala Dr. Fieldl was high as proven by fhe way in which we
came fhrough such advenfures as cake parfies for deparfing servicemen
and we endured all successfully fo become sophomores. Our number
which was fourfeen af fhe beginning had now declined fo four, Jaclc
Vefs, Winnie Vafh, Rosemary DePaIma and Berf Barbeau.
Fall of '45 saw us welcoming a new freshman class and fwo new
members of our own, Joe Vifale and Bill Ressler. We aroused fhe envy
of fhe freshmen and seniors by profifing fo fhe fune of SI.65 on our
"Shamrock Swing." Our financial wizardry was fo sfand us in good sfead
on several more occasions fhroughouf fhe year and came May we were
divided befween accepfing an offer by fhe Sfoclc Exchange fo hire us
enmasse or fo sfay on of fair A.C.I-I.P.E.
We waifed longer fhan usual for our summer vacafion fo end in
I946. The reason was fhaf Minerva had oufgrown her quarfers on Whif-
ney Avenue and was casfing abouf for new diggings. When school
finally commenced in November, we arrived af Pond Poinf pleasanfly
impressed by a glorious seffing and a group of buildings fhaf definifely
could be remodeled info a firsf class college.
Having survived many losses during our freshman and sophomore
years, we began fo grow during our junior fenure. New members were
Dorofhy Corbeff from Sargenf, William Irons from N.Y.U., Nafalie
Smolen from Universify of Oklahoma, Alberf Jusfice and Walfers Pefers
from Ifhaca College. Arnold had an amazingly large sfudenf body, a
sifuafion broughf abouf by fhe addifion of a huge freshman class which
followed a Iarge sophomore class. During our iunior year we were
faced by many conflicfs buf our dear friends Dr. Brefzfelder, Mr. Glasser,
and Miss Gilberf were very helpful. Lafer in fhe fall ferm we gave a
cabaref dance which was a big success.
The spring ferm found us rarin' fo go on our iunior pracfice feach-
ing. We found ourselves fo be smaller cogs in fhe wheel of educafion
fhan we had expecfed fo be buf realized fhaf observafion was a neces-
sary parf of our fraining.
The Junior-Senior Prom af fhe New Haven Lawn Club was brighf-
ened by 'rhe gowns of various colors on fhe Arnold girls and was indeed
fhe gala affair of fhe school year.
The fall of I947 found all of us excepf Bill Granfield and Dominick
DiVifo back in fhe now familiar environs of Arnold. The place had been
improved wifh fhe addifion of a pracfice foofball field, several new
insfrucfors including fwo foofball coaches and, lesf we forgef, one wafer
cooler. Ground was soon fo be broken for fhe new gym. One fradifion
had been mainfained, however, fhaf was fhe fime honored conflicfing
schedule buf iusf when if looked as if we musf do wifhouf one or more
imporfanf subiecfs, Miss Gilberf, bless her, came fo our rescue.
The Senior Prom was given for us by fhe iunior class af fhe Hofel
Taff. Everyone enjoyed fhis affair which we 48'ers probably will remem-
May is nearly over now and we are abouf fo receive our Bachelor's
degrees in bridge, conflicfs, coffee consuming and classroom locafing.
We furn over fhe leadership of Arnold fo a spirifed if unconvenfional
T SENIOR PRolPHEcY
Time - I960 Locafion - Beaver Club, New Jersey
Occasion - Depression
The feaching field is af a low ebb - The moneyed class has
gafhered in fhe cenfer of fhe universe - Verona, New Jer-
sey. The one hope of fhe class of I948 is fo seek jobs from
an influenfial characfer in New Jersey.
This is fhe oufcome:
The club is owned by Joe Vifale
Who keeps Bill Ressler on his salary.
ln shiny brass buffons and green uniform
Jack Vefs, fhe doorman, slays girls, 'rrue fo form.
Miss Rosemary De Palma, renowned for her quips,
Takes in fwice her haf check salary in fips.
The cigareffe girl, Jennie Amafo, knows
The favorife brands of fhe fown's beffer beaux.
Miss Winnie Vafh sings wifh fhe band
She's known as fhe forchiesf fhrush in fhe land.
The band leader, Joe Wiser
ls oufclassing Kay Kyser.
Nafalie Smolen, fhe chef, is fhe falk of fhe nafion
The chowder she prepares gives quife a sensafion.
Bill Innes, fhe waifer, is known as fhe besf
He never spills soup on anyone's vesf.
Barfender Bill Irons is peaceful and quief
Buf fhe drinks he mixes sure sfarf a riof.
Doffy Corbeff, fhe hosfess of world wide renown
Pleases fhe guesfs from all over fown.
Cashier Walf Pefers hums and hollers
Cause some of fhe waifers pockef fhe dollars.
The dancer, Al Jusfice, has a musical beaf
He's all grace and ryfhm from his head fo his feef.
Enferfainer Ace Berfrand makes wifh fhe fhrills
Doing difficulf gymnasfics wifhouf any spills.
Si Googel, comedian and M.C.
Tells his iokes for a nominal fee.
Crisafi and Semenko, fhose men abouf fown,
Drop in wifh girls in fhe new look gown.
Cusfomers on Nursey's nighf in
Berf Barbeau and Paf escape from fhe fwins.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We fhe graduafing class of I948 being of sound mind and body,
and anficipafing our deparfure from fhe insfifufion which has provided
cause for fhe bulk of our nafural frials and fribulafions do willingly, buf
somewhaf fimidly, hereby will fo you Arnold College, Faculfy and under
classmen, 'rhe following bequesf:
To fhe Junior Class - - - we leave you an applause mefer.
To fhe Sophomore Class - - - we leave you fhe hope of geffing
a non-cuf sysfem.
To fhe Freshmen Class - - - we leave you wifh fhe royalfies fo
"Oh Promise Me."
Berl' Barbeau leaves her hearl' behind.
Rosemarie DePalma leaves 'rhis lime wi+hou1' worrying aboul'
having an excuse for Dr. Brefzfelder.
Al Semenkovifch leaves his abili+y 'ro gel along wi+hou+
Joe Wiser leaves a pe+i+ion +o be signed.
Joe Vilale leaves a "man made law."
Jennie Ama'ro leaves her fasl' lalk and polilical chaHer.
Si Googel leaves his palernal manner.
DoHie CorbeH leaves 1'he answer unknown +o +he ques'I'ion:
"Are you s'l'ill going lo be a horse doc'ror?"
Winnie Valh leaves 'rhe secrel of her success in praclice 'reach-
ing lchild psychologyl.
Na+ Smolen leaves her giff +o gab behind.
AI Juslice leaves his fai+h in humanily.
Bill Innes leaves his quie'r and unassuming manner lo 1'he Junior
Wall Pelers leaves his slrong will +o +hose who need il.
Frank Crisafi leaves his honors +o po+en'rial coaches.
Bill Irons leaves his "fallen Arch" lcarl +0 +he ardenl drivers
Jack Vels was waifing for a senior of lasl' year's class +o leave
him gym credils +o graduale.
Bill Ressler leaves his everlasling sense of humor.
To Miss Baldwin - - - we leave you wilh a new cour+ of lrials.
To Mr. For+ney - - - we leave a man who +akes up liH'le space
and never slays in iusl' one place.
To Miss Ross - - - we leave you wilh our respec'I' and admiralion.
To "Doc" Glasser - - - we leave you +he problem of progressive
To Mr. Sheppard - - - we leave you 'rhe spiri+ of song.
To "Doc" Brelzy - - - we leave you "overworked and so - - -
To Miss Gilberl' - - - we leave you a Dick Tracy +0 find 88 keys.
DOROTHY R. CORBETT
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
R. Whifney B. Shields R. Carmody J. Blake
Vice Pres. Secrefary Pres. Treasurer
JUNIOR CLASS DIARY
Sepf. I947 -- Dear Diary: '
Having had an enioyable summer vacafion, I am now enfering my
Junior Year af Arnold College, which is permanenfly Iocafed af fhe pic-
furesque sife of Pond Poinf, Milford, on fhe shores of Long Island Sound.
Everyone spenf fhe -firsf few days greefing oId friends, discussing fheir
pasf summer acfivifies and frying fo sfraighfen ouf fhe I947-48 courses.
Whaf do you fhink I found running around on fhe adioining grounds? A
fuII-fIedged foofbaII feam, ArnoId's firsf since ifs ferminafion during
World War II, under fhe direcfion of Coach Ray Sfovialc.
Ocl. I947 -- Dear Diary:
I have 'Finally procured all of my 'lexl' books and am now deeply
engrossed in my sludies. This is +he year when l begin my preparalion
in educafional and physical subiecfs.
Mrs. Barber's dancing class is proving +o be very popular wi'l'h mosf
of +he lighl-'fooled fufure coaches. Somefhing lells me everyone's mind
is no'r on l'he dancing sleps buf a demons'rra+ion by 'rhe ins'l'ruc+or is
ln a spiriled vo'I'ing session lhe class officers and various commil-
fees were elecled. By popular vole lhe Sophomore officers were re-
elecledz Pres., Bob Carmodyg Vice-Pres., Dick Whi'l'neyg Sec'y., Belly
Shields, Treas., Jack Blake. Sfudenl' Council: R. Tricarico, P. Wagner, T.
Doohan. Social Comm.: Headed by A. Berlrand and assisled by T. Leary,
G. Esposi+o, M. Papa, J. Donahue. The all impor+an+ posifion as Edifor
of l'he College Year Book was awarded +o Dick Lynch, who accep+ed fhe
responsibilify of choosing his own s'l'a'Ff.
Anolher miles+one in +he rehabililalion of Arnold was +he breaking
of ground for lhe new gymnasium.
Nov. I947 -- Dear Diary:
Aufumn, as only can be found in New England, has seffled upon fhe
campus and fime fo fake fhe old racoon coaf ouf of mofhs has arrived.
Revival of fhe school's oufsfanding Gym Team under Coach Carl Veifh
and Capfain Ace Berfrand has caused a flood of requesfs for fhe feam's
personal appearance fhroughouf fhe sfafe. AI Chasnov and George
Maddocks are fwo of Ace's sfar performers.
Acfing on fhe suggesfion of Sam Volo, Miss Baldwin, my favorife
insfrucfor and mosf ardenf roofer, arranged a visif fo wifness a session
of fhe Unifed Nafions. Affer elaborafe plans were made fhe unpredicf-
able diplomafs had a change of plans and relucfanfly, fhe frip was called
For fhose inferesfed in domesfic subiecfs, "Chef" Earl Bellia, one
of my versafile members spoke on fhe arf of preparing spagheffi. Bellia
was immediafely exfended and accepfed an invifafion from Miss Baldwin
fo prepare fhis dish for a selecfed group of connoisseurs of food.
The four walls of fhe new gymnasium are now sfanding buf if is very
doubfful whefher Arnold will be able fo play any of ifs home baskefball
games in if fhis season.
Have my bags packed and all ready for fhe Thanksgiving recess.
Dec. I947 -- Dear Diary:
Brrrrr! Winfer is wifh us. Snowshoes, mufflers, miffens and ear muffs
are fhe vogue of fhe day. The "new look" is more pracfical fhan fash-
ionable for fhe girls during fhis weafher.
The spirif of Chrisfmas is beginning fo fake effecf and if is geffing
more difficulf fo concenfrafe on sfudies. Speaking of sfudies, a new
insfrucfor Tuffie Maroon has faken over a couple of Mr. Glasser's classes.
A gala Chrisfmas parfy was given af fhe Milford Town Hall before
a capacify crowd.
Affer many monfhs of dickering, fhe sensafional dancing group
"The Gruesome Eighf" lBlake, Bufcher, Chop, Falcigno, Kul, Leary,
Garrify, and Crisafil consenfed fo appear. They came direcf from fhe
basemenf of fhe fown hall fo score a smash hif.
On fhe serious side of fhe ledger, fhe Class of '49' sponsored a
drive fhaf neffed bofh food and money for fhe purpose of disfribufing
baskefs of food fo unforfunafe families who mighf ofherwise have been
forgoffen during fhe Chrisfmas Season.
Off for fhe Chrisfmas vacafion and a dafe wifh Sainf Nick and fhe
Jan. I94-8 -- Dear Diary:
Back on fhe snow-covered campus once again and from all appear-
ances fhe boys are nof afraid fo wear fheir Xmas fies and socks when
away from home. H
Social acfivifies are cuf fo a minimum and fhe midnighf oil is burn-
ing long afferward, for fhe dark and sinisfer shadow of examinafions has
spread over Arnold.
Beffy Shields, queen of Sfamford, was elecfed leader of fhe girls'
The pressure is off, examinafions are over and everyone has been
issued "weekend passes". lncidenfally, as a class l did all righf in achiev-
ing scholasfic honors.
No vacafion befween semesfers fhis year.
The gymnasium is coming along in fine sfyle- Unusual weafher is
nof helping maffers any, however.
Feb. l948 -- Dear Diary:
Sfarfing down fhe homesfrefch of fhe Junior Year. If if gefs any
colder blankefs will have fo be boughf for fhe horses in 'rhe gym.
The fronf office dropped a curriculum bombshell and everyone was
radio-acfive for days. ln going over fhe books if was discovered fhaf
fhere was a shorfage of poinfs for all in fhe "gym" course. This prob-
lem, so-called, was debafable and our forces were musfered and by a
series of discussions we had fhe office iusf where 'rhey wanfed us. The
new gym classes can be seen in session any day befween fhe hours of
I P.M. fo 3 P.M.
Thanks fo Frank Bufcher, Frank "Spec" Shea, ace New York Yankee
pifcher, paid Coach Sfoviak's coaching class a visif and conducfed a
clinic on mefhods of pifching.
Mar. I948 -- Dear Diary: .
Don"I' look now buf l fhink fhe snow is beginning fo disappear and
fhe sooner 'rhe beffer. When fhe fide is righf fhe mud in fhe parking
area is up around fhe ankles.
Pres. Bob Carmody-represenfafive, wifhouf porffolio, frekked fo
New York Cify fo have a looksee info a meefing of Easfern Educafors.
Bob was appoinfed Secrefary of one of fhe panels discussing fhe sub-
iecf of "Sfudenf Council". When Bob refurned fo Arnold he gave an
inferesfing reporf of his learning and in some insfances enlighfenmenf.
Everyone is in sympafhy wifh him because fhere is a fhree fhousand word
reporf he musf wrife and submif fo fhe heads of fhe convenfion wifhin
A new course, faughf by Mr. E. Forfney enfifled "Marriage and fhe
Family", is proving fo be a very popular one. Mosf of fhe boys
are now finding ouf whaf fhey should have known before "popping" fhe
quesfion. Before I forgef, four of my mosf eligible men joined fhe ranks
of fhe benedicfs during fhe year. They are J. Donahue, G. Esposifo,
D. Mulcahy and E. Jeremiah. Oh well, one can'f learn everyfhing in fhe
lf's off fo hunf Easfer eggs now unfil April Sfh.
April l948 -- Dear Diary: A
Spring! And a young man's fancy furns fo baseball-Here af
Arnold, fhaf is. The big black headlines in fhe daily newspapers are
keeping fhe boys from discarding fheir Khakis and Blues. Some coun-
fries sfrive foward peace while ofhers wanf "piece". A piece of anyone
else's land fhey can grab.
Through fhe efforfs of Miss Baldwin and Charlie Byron, a very dis-
finguished visifor appeared during fhe American Liferafure class. He is
one of Life Magazine's senior wrifers, John Chamberlin. Mr. Chamber-
lin conducfed a period of quesfions and answers. He did all fhe answer-
ing and capfured fhe inferesf and respecf of all fhose who affended.
The Prom Commiffee announced fhe dafe and place of fhe forfh-
coming annual "Junior Prom"
Dafe: May 7fh
Locafion: Hofel Taff, New Haven
Looking forward fo a wonderful fime!
May l948 -- Dear Diary:
Whaf fo do fhis summer is fhe "Sixfy-four dollar quesfion" fhese
days, for everyone is ready fo head norfh, easf, soufh and wesf.
The Junior Prom is now a fond memory, fhe five-dollar corsage has
been filed befween fhe pages of fhe largesf book, and if will probably
be anofher year before fhe soup and fish is donned again. The Prom, as
expecfed, provided fhe highlighf social evenf of fhe season and lef's
hope if sef a precedenf for all fufure proms. Thanks, once again, fo fhe
If doesn'f seem possible fhere is buf one more year fo go and fhen
ouf info fhe cruel, cruel world. Yes, diary, when l refurn fo Arnold in
Sepfember l will be a senior and l fully infend fo conducf myself as one.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
W. Kelley B. Jaspers J. Avril J. Dolan
Pres. Secrefary Vice Pres. Treasurer
SOPHOMORE 'CLASS HISTORY
On November 22, I946, regisfrafion clay for a new Arnold College
on a new campus, we gafhered for fhe firsf fime, fwo hundred sfrong.
We were a liffle apprehensive for fhis was fhe firsf day of four years
which we musf employ fo gain our degrees. During fhe firsf few days
we became acquainfed, and fhe nominal appellafions of "Hey Mac" or
"Bud" became a friendly call of Joe or Bill. Soon friends and buddies
which will las+ fhe lifefime of each individual were made, and fhe Fresh-
man secfion evolved info a unified, friendly group which quickly asserfed
ifself in campus affairs. The baslcefball feam was composed wholly of
Freshmen, and fhe baseball feam was well represenfed by mem-
bers of our class.
The women in our class also gained prominence in 'ihe a'rhle+ic
deparrmenl' by winning varsiry posirions on 'rhe girls' baskerball ream.
We conducfed class eleclions appoinring able officers who helped
form our eliiicienl' sfudenr governmen'I'. On March 22, I947 we com-
plered one semesfer as college men and women, ihough some of us
wondered how long we would remain as such in view of rhe impending
exams. Exam week was a heciic 'rime. Sfudenfs seemed almosl' dazed by
l'he firsi' exposure fo college mid-ierms, buf by hard work, some even
said prayers, we acquiH'ed ourselves nobly for several of our class of 'rwo
hundred made 'rhe dean's lis+.
The second semesfer afforded even closer relafions and friendliness.
The soffball field was fhe scene of our greafesf friumph as an all-sfar
feam of Freshmen defeafed 'rhe inframural champions of fhe Sophomore
Class. On May 8fh we accumulafed a winning number of poinfs in fhe
fraclr and field evenfs even if mosf of us were a dusfy and bedraggled
lof af fhe end of fhe day. Thaf evening fhe fownies and dorm men gof
fogefher af a picnic supper for fhe firsf fime, followed by informal cro-
quef mafches, and finally a social during which fhe day's champions were
given Arnold lceys.
On July 3rd we bid "goodbies," "see you nexf year," and ofher
such idioms, going our own way for a summer of relaxafion and recupera-
As fhe vacafion days dwindled, leffers of insfrucfion arrived, and
we began 'ro gef anxious for fhe renewal of old friendships and fhe famil-
iar campus of old A.C.H.P.E. By Sepfember 22nd we were ready and
waifing for regisfrafion day. lmmediafely affer exchanging greefings
and quiffing fhe rigors of regisfrafion we were anxious fo learn whom our
secfion mafes would be, and learn if we had fhe "easy" or "'rough" profs,
wifh whom we were acquainfed from 'rhe previous ferms. Amazingly
soon we wenf back fo worlc on fhe books in earnesfg and fhough we foolc
fime off fo cheer on fhe foofball feam and go 'ro fwo or fhree dances,
fhe necessify for sfudy was culminafed by an avalanche of ferm papers
which, if seemed, we pondered over for efernifies. A Chrisfmas
recess helped, buf fhen-exams again. lf seemed as if some invisible
force had placed a silencer over fhe school for fwo weelcs. The Library
sfaff was lcepf busy and all available Library space occupied.
H' seems, however, fhaf each day brings our class closer fogefher
and sfrengfhens fhe bonds of friendship and spirif. As each day passes
fhe fhoughf of fhe acfivify in fhe nexf is an elixir which expands our com-
pafabilify as a class and fills our hearfs wifh gladness because we are
members of 'rhe Sophomore class of Arnold College.
D. Evans J. Campbell J. Basinel'
Presidenl Secre+ary Treasurer
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
"The besl' laid plans of mice and men offen go as'rray," wro're
Roberl' Burns. Bu+ our plans, for l'his year, and for our fuiure years, are
1'en+a+ively arranged, and seem +o be proceeding according +o schedule.
Because of +he relalively small number of Juniors and Seniors, we found
ourselves accorded a grealer place in 'lhe acl'ivil'ies of +he college lhan
is cusfomarily allofed fo Freshmen.
Since il' is impossible +0 record herein all fhe individual accomplish-
menls, 'rhis hisfory will review briefly several of +he achievemenls of fhe
class of 5l.
FALL -- H' was in +his season 'rhal' we made our debul al' Arnold
College and an impressive one if was when sixfeen of our men were
named +o fhe varsily 'foolball squad. As cenfers we had: Elk and San-
derson: Guards: Evans, Pel'i+, Cusano and PaoleH'ig Taclcles: Thomas and
Scinlog Ends: Robuslelli, Je+mar, Balboni and Bunnan, in fhe baclcfield:
Tosches, Swanson, Papp and Ryll. Nexl' on 'rhe agenda was our Freshman
elecfion wi+h "Dippy" Evans receiving +he maiorify of 'rhe vo+es for
presidenf. The resf of 'rhe officers elecfed were: John Biclcel, vice presi-
denh Jeanne Campbell, Secrelary, and Joe Basinel, Treasurer. Doris
Dennison and Jack Smifh were elecfed fo fhe Sfudenf Council and John
Bassef was elecfed Judicial Represenfafive. A social commiffee was
also appoinfed wifh Marilyn Swanson as chairman. A number of our
fellows are nof fo be forgoffen for fheir wonderful work wifh fhe gym
feam. As a climax fo fhe fall season we had mid-ferm exams. Need
we say morel?
WINTER - Our firsf social acfivify was fhe Frosh-Sophomore
Formal Dance af Baybroolc. Abouf fhis fime bofh fhe women's and
men's varsify baslcefball feams were chosen. Ed Brown, "Buddy" Amafo,
Joe Keefe and Rog Griffin fool: honors for fhe men. The women who
placed were Jeanne Campbell, Audrey Thompson, Helene Russ, Sylvia
Powell and Dof Sachs. The social commiffee again worlced hard fo
arrange a very successful Valenfine social. We happily?? "shoveled"
our way fhrough exams af fhe end of February.
SPRING - Four of our men placed on fhe varsify baseball feam:
Robusfelli, Tosches, Shambreslcis and Reardon. An award, we all agree,
should be given fo Maffy Jogo for falcing fhe firsf swim of fhe season
in fhe Sound. Many ofher members of our class have parficipafed
in fhe acfivifies of fhe following clubs: Dance Club, Glee Club, Phin
Sociefy, Tennis, Track, Golf and even fhe Ball and Chain Club!
"We're on our way" fo become fhe new Sophomore Class and
our class advisors, Mr. Sfovialc and Mrs. Barber, have gazed info fhe
crysfal ball and predicfed fhaf fhe class of I95l will be unsurpassed.
ARNOLD, DEAR ARNOLD
Oh! Arnold dear Arnold we are singing fo fhee,
To our classmafes and life here so happy and free.
We'll love fhee forever, our hearfs will ne'er sever,
e'er frue fo A.C.H.P.E.
ln fhe years fhaf may come when our pasf life aparf,
The same song will ring frue in each loyal hearf.
We'll love fhee forever, our hearfs will ne'er sever,
e'er frue fo A.C.H.P.E.
Fron+: A. Chasnov, W. Chop, J. Wiser, J. Collello, A. Berfrand, F. Bu+cher, D. Sawyer
Rear: G. Maddocks, D. Borgnine, R. Carmody, A. Semenko, F. Crisafi, A. Marinelli,
.ROYAL A SOCIETY
The Royal A was organized in I946 by +he 'few men who had fwo or
more maior le++ers in one spor'r. H' was decided af ihal' 'rime +ha+ mem-
bership would be confined fo men. All men who have ever won ihe
required number of leHers are eligible for membership.
Due 'ro +he new emphasis on sl'uden+ parficipaiion in sporfs ai'
Arnold and due +o +he fad ihal she now has fhe largesi' s+uden+ body in
her hisforyg fhe Royal A anficipaies a greai' increase in membership.
Fronfz lgrich, J. Avril, A. Chasnov, D.'Dicello, J. Geselc, A. Berrrand, J. Collello,
Rear: T. Doohan, D. Prince, G. Esposilo, W. Fiskio, C. Branchini, P. Wagner, J. Whi'I'e,
L. Benger, S. Googel, J. Dolan, A. Marinelli
Pi Sigma, one of l'he oldesl' socielies al' Arnold College, honors by
membership on Hs rolls 'lhose who achieve high scholaslic slandards.
Pi Sigma, or Pen Sociery as il is familiarly known, was organized in
l909. Al' +ha+ lime "Pen" was for fhose who disringuished fhemselves in
ln I9I3 a new consl'i1'ul'ion was drawn up and rules were made such
'rhal' only rhose producing a cerrain amouni' of lirerary work, eirher for
"news," or aHaining a cerlain srandard in school or class sfanding, could
be eligible for membership.
ln lhe years l'ha+ followed, more changes were made, un'ril +he pres-
enl cons'ri+u+ion was drawn up. l'r was alrered in order +o meel +he
changes lhe "new Arnold College" has broughr about
Afler a 1'wo year lapse on January I3+h, l948, "Pen" held i'rs firsl'
organizalional dinner. A+ This lime new members were iniliafed info +he
Firsl' Row: F. Bu'I'cher, A. Chaznov, D. Sawyer, P. Scharf, D. Corbe'H', W. Chop,
J. Colello, A. Ber+rand
Second Row: J. Wiser, F. Shaugnessy, Jerebek, V. Cesareo, J. Roman, G. Maddocks,
D. Borgnine, R. Carmody, G. Esposifo
Third Row: A. Marinelli, L. Siein, F. Coperine, T. Morosky, F. Richieclei, F. Colon,
F. Asquino, G. Springsteen, A. Semenko, F. Crisafi, A. Jusfice
To acl' as an incenfive for +he en'l'ire s1'uden'l' body in all-around
The membership is comprised of 'rhose s'ruden+s who have excelled
in a given sporl' while undergraduale sfudenls of Arnold College.
Such s+uden'rs are honored each year by +heir admiHance in+o +his
From 'rhis group spring some of our foremosi' leaders in 'rhe field of
Presidenf, J. Wiser
Vice-President A. Semenkovifch
Secreiary, W. Va'rh
Fron+: D. Dennison, D. CorbeH', K. Flanagan
Rear: P. Wagner, T. Doohan, J. Smifh, H. Fugere, V. Cesareo, F. Crisafi
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
The ralher inaclive Sludenl' Council was revived lhis year by Pres.
Shepard, Dean Glasser, and Sludenl' Ac'rivi+ies coordina'l'or, Mr. Tuffie
Afler i'rs revival l'he council, under l'he guidance of Vice-Presidenl
Vincenl' Cesareo, and Secrelary Ka'I'herine Flanagan made definile prog-
ress loward Hs proper posilion as 'rhe voice of 'rhe Arnold sl'udenl'.
The Residenl' council, made up of dormilory sludenls, has organ-
ized and has been working under l'he regular law making body.
Our legislalure is in charge of all college organizalions and plans +0
issue a social calendar for l'he coming school year. They also have drawn
up an alhlelic consl'i+u+ion.
Sludenl' Council officers are:
Franlc Crisafi - Presidenl'
Vincenl' Cesareo - Vice-Presidenl
Kalherine Flanagan - Secrelary
John An+ul - Presidenl, Resideni' Assembly
John Avril- Secrefary
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Row I - R. Hill, J. Ciszek, B. Kelley, H. Baroudi, F. Fugere, S. Slciera, F. Asquino,
J. Lynch, T. Moroslcy, J. Ruelf, W. Ogle
Row 2 - K. Paul, R. Hull, L. Dorsey, D. Bonyai, C. Phillips, C. Branchini, F. Kelley
In Rear - Mr. R. Sroviak, faculry advisor
BALL AND CHAIN
The Ball and Chain, Arnolcl's youngesl' club, was founded lasl' Oc-
'lober in rhe hope of bringing lhe married sludenls of Arnold College
rogefher in a well lcnil' group wi1'h lhe purpose of providing "recrea1'ional
and culrural advanrages 'ro rhe married sfudenls of A. C. and rheir wives."
The high cosl' of living, nafurally, is fheir biggesr problem and fhe
sociely will endeavor +o lower lhe cosl' of renlals and leases in 'rhe
viciniry. Sa+isfac+ory solulions +o ofher problems will also be arrempled
by 'rhe group.
Plans for nexl' year are numerous and a "live" sociefy is expecled,
wirh 'rhe membership nearly cloubled by lhose planning 'lo en'rer inlo a
parlnership soon afler +he end of rhe school year.
The Ball and Chain was founded by Sky Slciera wi+h fhe aid of Harold
Fugere, Caesar Branchini, James Lynch, Frank Baldoni, Roberl Carney,
and Frank Asquino.
Row I - D. Sawyer, B. Jaspers, J. Van RaaI+e, E. Webb, J. CoIiIIo
Row 2 - P. Miller, A. Marinelli, F. Coperine, P. Pisci'I'eIIi, B. Barbeau, S. Skiera, W.
Fiskio, R. Naylor, C. Byron
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ,.,,.,,,,,,,, ,, , ,,,,,- BERTHA BARBEAU
MANAGING EDITOR .,,,., ,.,,,..,,...,. S KY SKIERA
NEWS EDITOR ........... ......,, B ILL FISKIO
ALUMNI EDITOR ,,,..., ,,,,, D ICK NAYLOR
CO-ED SPORTS ..... ,,...., B ETTY JASPERS
PHOTOGRAPHER .,......,,...,,,......,.,,, ,,,, ,.,,......... A L MARINELLI
BUSINESS MANAGER ,,...,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, PAT PISCITELLI
REPORTERS ............ FRANK COPERINE, JEAN VAN RAALTE, JOE
COLELLO, TONY CAESAR, DON BONYAI,
CHARLIE BYRON, PETE MILLER
This year I'he Collegian has Iaid I'he founda+ion for Ihe fufure.
Though some issues were Ia'I'e and o+hers brief, +he sraff as a whole has
worked hard and The way has been cleared for a much larger and beHer
organized newspaper. Nexf year I'he Collegian is expecfed Io consisf
of eighi' pages which wiII make for even more compIe+e coverage of
school news and a grea+er varieI'y of fearures.
Fron+: J. Mellillo, B. Shields, E. Webb, P. Pisciielli
Rear: R. Lynch, W. Fiskio, S. Skiera, P. Wagner, A. Marinelli, T. Doohan, J. Dolan
Af fhe fime fhe Yearbook wenf fo press fhe Terrier diamond array
was enjoying a fine six and fwo record. According fo Coach Ray
Sfoviak a "preffy good season" is expecfed and his prophecy seems
fo be well founded in fhaf fhe feam's hiffing is improving and fhe
excepfionally fine mound sfaff can hold ifs own againsf mosf comers.
In fhe eighf games fo dafe only fwo of fhe sfarfing fwirlers have
been removed which indicafes fhaf Arnold is "forfunafe in having
a good mound sfaff." Claude Phillipps, Mike Hannigan, Ted Scribner,
Bob Shambreskis, and Bill Kelley form fhe backbone of fhe mound corps.
Phillipps and Kelley fhrow from fhe porfside while fhe remaining frio foss
from fhe fhird base side of fhe diamond.
Af fhe plafe Harry Falcigno and Andy Robusfelli lead fhe fhumpers
wifh fimely hifs and occasional exfra-base knocks. Harry's average is up
in fhe sfrafospheric four-hundreds while Andy's big hunk of lumber has
broken up several ball games. Mosf nofable was his firsf of fhe ninfh
home run wifh fwo mafes on fhaf spelled defeaf for Wesleyan in fhe
Chunky Eddie Mariano behind fhe plafe, wifh Reardon on 'rhe inifial
sack, and Ernie Lindner af shorf have provided fhe much needed de-
fensive spark for fhe Red and Whife. Lindner is "as good a college
shorfsfop as you will see all season and when his hiffing sfarfs fo improve
fhen wafch ou'I'."
Coach Sfoviak's biggesf problem has been fo find a capable pivof
man fo hold down second base. Five candidafes have been baffling for
fhe posifion all season wifh Joe Silva, lasf season's incumbenf, leading
wifh fhe sfick and Carmine Tosches' playing well afield.
The golf feam was organized in I947 fhrough fhe efforfs of William
Fleming. This season Vicfor Raponi has guided if info ifs righfful place
on our varsify sporfs program. Many experienced players have ioined
fhe squad fhis year insuring fhe feam a successful season. Mr. Tamashu-
nas, fhe feam's advisor, has arranged a schedule of mafches. Team mem-
bers are V. Raponi, J. Raponi, Fleming, Wagner, Virgilio, Cedio, Parks,
Donahue, Jerebek, McNulfy, Dunn and Flahive.
Firsf Row, L. fo R. - Alex Kul, Buddy Amafo, Wall' Gosfylag Captain, Darrell Sawyer,
Pefer DeLuca, Ed Mariano, Ed Brown
Second Row - Manager, Jack "Lover" Dailey, Joe Keefe, Bob Morrow, Roger
Griffin, Paul Sapko, Mike Hannigan, Bob Korzbyslcig Coach, Dwighf Burr
The opening of fhe baskefball season I947-48 was greefed wifh
enfhusiasm by fhe sfudenfs of Arnold College. Approximafely one hun-
dred eager baskefball players were on hand for fhe screening fesfs.
H' was fhe difficulf faslc of our new coach, Mr. Dwighf Burr, fo decide
who were 'I'he oufsfanding afhlefes and who were nof.
Affer fhe smoke had cleared, we found fhe following boys compos-
ing fhe feam for dear old Arnold:
Sawyer, Capfaing Brown, Ryan, Korszybslci, Amafo, Keefe, Sfafhis,
Morrow, Saplco, Richiedei, Gosfyla, Hannigan, Kul, DeLuca, Mariano,
Wifh fhe excepfion of Kul and DeLuca, who are iuniors, fhe re-
mainder of fhe squad was composed of freshmen and sophomores.
Thus, affer pracfice and more pracfice, fhe Arnold squad mer fheir
firsf opponenf, Siena College. This feam was rafed as one of fhe beffer
quinfefs in fhe nafion. The Terriers surprised fhe Albany crowd by giving
favored Siena a genuine scare.
The Arnold courfmen Iosf fheir nex'I' fwo games fo Iona and fhe
Universify of Connecficuf. The Arnold boys played spirifed I ball
againsf a sfrong, aggressive and experienced Connecficuf club.. Con-
necficuf, an offensive feam, was forced fo play fhis confesf according
+o Coach Burr's sfrafegy. Alfhough fhe final score was 45 fo 35 in
favor of Connecficuf, if was a moral vicfory for Arnold in Iighf of fhe
facf fhaf Connecficuf was fhe more experienced of fhe fwo feams.
Arnold defeafed R.I.C.E., in fheir firsf Teachers Conference Game,
wifh ease and precision. The final fally was 65 fo 52. Eddie Brown, fhe
playmaker, was again oufsfanding in his floor work and ball handling.
In an excifing game wifh Bridgeporf Universify, fhe Terriers were
defeafed by a 72 fo 67 score. Eddie Brown was high scorer for Arnold
wifh I8 poinfs followed by Ryan wifh I2 poinfs.
Arnold wenf on fo win ifs nexf fwo confesfs, and if was in one of
fhese fhaf a sfar was born in Iiffle Buddy Amafo. He hooped I2 poinfs
againsf Willimanfic Sfafe Teachers College.
The Arnold courfmen Iosf fheir nexf game fo W.P.I., buf more fhan
'rhaf fhey Iosf fhe services of Red Ryan, fhe capable cenfer, for fhe
remainder of fhe season due fo an ankle iniury.
The Terriers suffered fheir firsf defeaf in fhe Teachers College Con-
ference af fhe hands of fheir neighbors, The N. H. Sfafe Teachers Col-
lege. If was a fhriller from fhe opening whisfle fo 'rhe closing second of
play. The score seesawed back and forfh fhroughouf 'rhe confesf wifh
Arnold closing on fhe shorf end of a 75 fo 73 fally. Eddie Brown was fhe
big-gun wifh I7 poinfs followed by Richiedei and Gosfyla wifh I3 poinfs.
The Burrman frounced fheir nexf fhree opponenfs decisively.
Those suffering defeaf were Trenfon Sfafe Teachers College, Becker and
Earmingfon Sfafe Teachers College. The vicfories over Trenfon and
Farmingfon were confidenfly expecfed. However, fhe win over Beck-
er was a major upsef. The hoopsfers of Arnold ran up one of fhe high-
esf collegiafe scores of fhe year when fhey dusfed Farmingfon I08 fo
72. In fhis confesf, Korszybski led fhe parade wifh 25 markers, followed
by Sapko wifh 2l, Kul I6 and Amafo I5. If was Arnold from fhe very
beginning againsf Becker College of Worcesfer, Mass. The home fown
boys were behind buf once, and fhaf was early in 'rhe confesf. When
fhey did jump info a lead fhey were never headed fhereaffer. Buddy
Amafo puf on a show of sfealing fhe ball from fhe Becker hoopsfers.
Richiedei, Korszybski and Sapko played superbly. Korszybski dropped in
I7 poinfs in fhe 65 fo 50 vicfory.
The shoremen Iosf fheir nexf four games fo an array of power-
houses which included Monfclair, Siena, New Brifain and Upsula.
New Brifain, fhe big boy of fhe New England Teachers College
Conference and biffer rival of Arnold, overwhelmed our boys 68 fo 49
in a league game. Once fhe sfafe boys were ahead, fhere was no sfop-
ping fhem. Brown fossed in I2 poinfs for Arnold.
The Pond Poinfers Iosf a hearfbreaker fo Pafferson 56 fo 54, buf
regained fheir form and finesse when fhey subdued fheir Elm Cify rivals,
New Haven Sfafe Teachers College, 60 fo 49. This was anofher fhriller
all fhe way wifh fhe Terriers avenging an earlier loss. Sapko, Brown and
Amafo were oufsfanding in fhe vicfory. R. Griffin, who saw Iiffle service
unfil fhis game, fhrew in I0 poinfs for Arnold.
The refurn game wifh N. B. Sfafe Teachers College, afforded fhe
fans a much more excifing and well balanced confesf. The Physical
Educafors gave fhe Brass Cify boys a run for fheir money, alfhough fhe
score resulfed in a 59 fo 5I vicfory for New Brifain.
The final five games were all vicfories for fhe Terriers. If was nofed
by many fhaf fhe squad had profifed from fhe season's experience as dis-
played in fhese final games. They showed marked improvemenf in bofh
skill and drive. As a climax fo fhe season, fhey had a smashing 9I fo 5I
vicfory over R.I.C.E. which encourages opfimism for fhe coming baskef-
ball year of I948-49.
Iona 56 39 Siena 39
Conn. 45 35 N.B.S.T. 49"
R.I.C.E. 52 65" Upsula 54
Bpf. Univ. 72 67 Pafferson 54
Willimanfic S.T.C. 52 623' N.H.S.T. 60"
N.H. Boys' Club 49 56 N.B.S.T.C. 5I"'
W.P.I. 50 44 Salem S.T. 65"
N.H.S.T. 75 73" Bpf. Univ. 62
T.S.T. 72 85 Will. S.T.C. 53"
Becker 50 65 Salem S.T. 59"
Farm. S.T. 72 I083' R.I.C.E. EI 9I"'
Monfclair I 59 55
'I' New England Teachers College Conference Game.
JUNIOR VARSITY AND FRESHMEN TEAMS
If is impossible wifh fhe Iimifed space available fo go info defail
regarding fhe Junior Varsify feam and fhe Freshmen feam. However, if
should be nofed fhaf fhese feams had a very successful season againsf
nofable and worfhy opposifion. If is anficipafed fhaf fhey will furniSl'1
capable maferial for 'I'he Arnold Varsify for fhe coming season.
The refurn of foofball fo Arnold College was greefed wifh iusfifi-
able enfhusiasm as was proven by fhe fine showing of Coach Sfoviak's
club. Wifh lifflo fime for preparafion, Coaches Sfoviak, Burr and Walsh
assembled a feam which was more fhan a mafch for mosf ofher schools
of Arnold's enrollmenf.
In fhe season's opener, Coach Sfoviak opened fhe kennel and fhe
enfire Terrier squad chewed New Haven Teachers in a 49-0 rouf.
The second game saw fhe Red and Whife fravel fo Teaneck, New
Jersey, fo spoil fhe nighf for favored Bergen, upseffing fhe home club
The following week saw fhe Sfoviak forces finish a seven hour bus
frip in fime fo clon fheir suifs and play Harfwick off fheir feef before
dropping fhe confesf 7-0. Numerous fumbles kepf Arnold from running
up a big score.
Coming back from fhe Harfwick hearfbreaker, fhe Milfordifes
flew fo Lowell and sfayed long enough fo beaf Lowell Texfile 20-6.
A large furnouf wafched Arnold and New Brifain fangle in whaf
proved fo be fhe game of fhe year for bofh clubs. The feafure of fhe
fhrill a minufe game came when Arnold fook over iusf in fronf of fheir
own goal line and moved down field only fo have fime run ouf when
fhey were fwo yards from making hisfory. Final score 0-0.
The final game saw Arnold fake a 6-0 lead over undefeafed Monf-
clair Teachers and oufplay fhe Jerseyifes fill fhe closing minufes when
fhe Skeefer Sfafe club uncovered a Rover Boy passing affack fo fie if
up 6-6. Af fhaf poinf, and if reads like "Jack Armsfrong," a Monfclair
manager in uniform came on fo kick fhe exfra poinf and cause each
feam's parfisans fo swap facial expressions. An Arnold drive was halfed
by fhe whisfle ending fhe season for our feam.
We were proud of fhe I947 feam. They were in fhere fo win
every minufe and fhe fwo clubs fhaf did beaf fhem lby a fofal margin
of eighf poinfsl cerfainly knew fhey'd been in a foofball game. All
leffer men excepf senior Al Jusfice will be back nexf year. Who can
blame Harfwick for nof rescheduling our ouffif?
A. Bertrand, A. Chaznov, D. Sawyer, A. Eriso'l'y, W. Chop, A. Torosian, R. Casavan+,
A. Boucher, W. Ogle, A. Marinelli, E. Bogda, G. Maddocks, J. Roman, R. Moore
The GymnasTic Club began The year wiTh Tremendous enThusiasm.
TwenTy-six candidaTes reporTed To Mr. Carl VeiTh aT The TirsT pracTice
session. Former leTTer men elecTed Ace BerTrandPresidenT and CapTain
oT The exhibiTion Team, George Maddocks Vice-PresidenT, and Allan
Chasnov Treasurer. Joe Colello was renamed manager.
ln view oT The abundanT TalenT, plans were made Tor an elaboraTe
season. LeTTers were mailed To The alumni oTFering The services oT
The Team. Various organizaTions in New Haven clamored Tor exhibiTions.
Regular members were: Carmen Polo, Roger CasavanT, AI Boucher, Bob
Moore, Alex ErisoTy, Wes Ogle, Joe Roman, Squirrel Sawyer, WalT Chap,
George Maddocks and Ace BerTrand. ln February The exhibiTion Team
emerged again wiTh renewed spiriT. Many bookings were lined up by
Manager Colello: Troup Jr. Hfgh, Hillhouse High, FooTe and NorTh Haven
High were schools which cheered The eTforTs oT The group. The New
Haven and BridgeporT Boys' Clubs were enTerTained aT lengTh. Also
Trips were made To New London, WesT Haven, Milford and Cheshire.
All gymnasTs are eagerly looking Torward To The compleTion oT The
new gym. The TuTure looks brighT indeed!
VarsiTy Track is rapidly assuming iTs proper role as one oT The Tour
leading varsiTy sporTs aT Arnold lperhaps soccer will be added nexT
Talll. Under Coaches Burr and Tamashunas The TracksTers have com-
pleTed an acTive season wiTh a Team ThaT has deTiniTely sTamped iTselT
as one To waTch among The smaller colleges. WiTh every member ex-
pecTed To be back nexT year, Track prospecTs are mosT assuredly on The
brighT side Tor The Terriers. lT is wiTh sincere regreT ThaT we go To press
Too early To give a deTailed record of This Tine Team's performance.
Fron+: E. Di Blasi, l. Perdrizei, R. Buonocore, S. Powell, H. Russ, A. Thompson
Rear: K. Flanagan, W. Vafh, B. Jaspers, B. Merriam, Miss Emily Ross, Coach: B. Barrie,
D. Sachs. J. Campbell
GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL
Wilh +he arrival of winl'er, 'l'ryou'rs were scheduled 'For fhe Arnold
Girls' baslceiball +eam. AHer looking over fhe candidafes, Coach Ross
accomplished +he 'raslc of seleciing +he very good performers from
among fhose who were merely good.
Varsily members were Berfha Barbeau, Barbara Barrie, Resiy
Buonocore, Jean Campbell, Eleanor Di Blasi, Calherine Flanagan, Belly
Jaspers, Ida Perdrize+, Sylvia Powell, Helene Russ, Dorolhy Sachs, Nafalie
Smolen, Audrey Thompson, and Winifred Valh. Manager Jennie Amafo
was ably assisled by Barbara Merriam.
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Fronl' Row: Be'H'y Shields, Nancy Porier, Eleanor Capella, Eleanor Webb
Second Row: Winifred Fladd, Be'r'l'y Jaspers, Jane Schultz, Jackie Blackwood, Beverly
Absen+: Helene Russ
THE DANCE CLUB
The Dance Club enioyed an aciive season, giving several well
received exhibiiions, appearing a+ various high schools on 'rhe same pro-
gram wifh +he gym feam.
The officers for +he year iusl' ended were Belly Shields, Presidenig
Eleanor Webb, Vice-Presidenfp BeHy Jaspers, Secreiary, and Helene
Russ, Business Manager. Faculiy advisors were Mrs. Laura Barber and
Miss Hazel Travers.
SiH'ing: R. Buonocore, B. Merriam, J. Van Raal+e, W. Fladd, D. Dennison, J. Blackwood,
Kneeling: R. Sanderson, P. Sheriden, R. Naylor, F. Coperine, B. Barrie, B. Barrie,
J. Schuliz, E. Webb, B. Spiegel
Slandingz A. Marinelli, L. Slien, F. Colon, W. Fiskio, E. Tucker, A. Torosian, L. Colucci,
L. Sena, A. Chaznov
This year Phin Sociely renewed il's funclion as one of 'rhe olclesl
socielies a+ Arnold. During 'lhe war years Phin ceased l'o be an aclive
membership club, bu'r under 'rhe leadership of several relurning members
fhe sociely has been reorganized.
Plans have been made for nexl' year, however, when 'rhe 'lradilional
Wafer Carnival and Clinic will be presenied, and classes in life saving
and firsl' aid will be conducled. During +he pas'r year lhose members
noi working 'For American Red Cross Life Saving Cerlificaies were
allowed +0 do whafever lhey wished in ihe pool. Many games of wafer
baskelball, wafer lag, and aH'emp+s al' rhyihmical swimming formafions
Officers elecied were: Ellioi Ressler, presidenlg AI Marinelli,
vice-presidenh Dode Dennison, secrelaryg Bill Fiskio, business manager.
Membership was +he largesl' of all Arnold socieiies amounling +0 l'hir1'y-
five ac'rive parficipanfs in ihe weekly "splash par+ies."
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