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BOSTON ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1936 50th Reunion Committee OFFICERS Henry C. Wallbank Thomas F. Cunningham Arnold A. Beresen Frederick J. Muir Thomas J. Stanton Walter J. MacFate, Jr. Walter J. Sweeney General Chairman Co-Chairman Co-Chairman Secretary Treasurer Assistant Secretary Assistant Treasurer PROGRAM COMMITTEE Hon. Norman S. Weinberg, Salvatore V. DiCara Sidney Heimberg Samuel L. London Paul T. R. Perito HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE John H. Jones, Chairman Hyman R. Freedman Joseph R. Hegarty Anthony A. J. Iskra Irving Krute Chairman SERGEANTS AT ARMS William J. Norton, Chairman M. Joseph Bohan Thomas J. Gordon Sidney Tushin Benjamin Wax TICKET PROGRAM BOOK COMMITTEE Alwin L. Bell, Chairman Thomas E. Ford Rocco M. Misite Francis L. E. Sherman THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER 1 . Alma Mater tried and true English High, our English High; Oft our hearts shall turn to you, English High our English High; Should e ' er the laurel wreath be mine I ' ll lay the honor at thy shrine, Our hearts, our hopes, our prayers are thine English High, our English High. 2 . Men may come and men may go English High, our English High; Yet in deep and peaceful flow, English High our English High; Shall thy stream of learning wide, Through the ages grandly glide, Ever to thy sons a pride, English High our English High. KNOWN DECEASED MEMBERS E.H.S. CLASS ' 36 Benedict C. Aveni Nicholas Bakalos James Q. Botti John B. Brawley Samuel J. Brennan John J. Broderick Robert Burnim Philip A. Chapman Leo J. Cidulka Robert Cohen John Connor Gerard F. Cook Richard P. Crosby Francis J. Crimmins William E. Cummings Francis J. Degan William J. DeFazi Ralph J. DeRosa Joseph DiNatale Joseph F. Driscoll Joseph Evans William Fine Thomas J. Foley Ernest Geraigery Salvatore M. Giorgio Paul E. Glynn Lionel S. Goldman Russell Gould James E. Hennessy, Jr. James L. Hughes Frank X. Hurley Richard W. Irvine John F. Judge Lester A. Kelly Adeeb Khoury Efstratios D. Kritzas Charles C. Lane Clair W. LeBlanc Charles D. Litchfield Louis J. LoPilato William E. Luippold Walter W. McCarthy Arthur F. McDermott Leo D. MacDougall John H. McGilvery James A. McGinley Charles A. Mahoney Joseph W. Mickiewicz Ford J. Misite Joseph Monahan John M. Morris Richard Murphy Frederick J. Mutrie Walter E. Nelson William G. O ' Hare Cornelius P. O ' Shea Joseph Porzio Thomas J . Powers Joseph A. Pucillo William E. Purdy Fred S. Razook John Regan James P. Reilly John J. Ridge Edward T. Rigney George Ryan James R. Ryan Anthony J. Sassa James Scanlan John W. Scanlon, Jr. Joseph Sgarano Walter Shephard John E. Sherman Irving M. Shuman Guy B. Simeone Walter J. Sokolowski John F. Sullivan Joseph W. Szocik Alphonse J. Taurinsky John F. Thornton Hubert C. Travers Martin V. Turke Abraham N. Waxier William J. White Harold H. Winer Charles G. Wolfe Leonard Wood Albert J. Yamolovich ORDER OF EVENTS Invocation Monsignor Russell Novello DINNER 7:30 p.m. Master of Ceremonies Hon. Norman S. Weinberg Introduction of 1936 Class Members (Each to Stand) Henry (Harry) C. Wallbank General Chairman Charles J. (Red) McPhail Class President Frederick W. Dow Secretary-Treasurer Speakers : Dr. Sidney Smith, Headmaster Subject: History of English High School Dr. William H. Ohrenberger, Superintendent of Schools and Coach Class Song: Tune: " Memories " Alma Mater: Benediction Rev. Paul J. West DANCING Until 11:30 p.m. 1936 CLASS SONG Words by Thomas H. Jackson To the tune of " Memories English High, English High, We ' re singing here of you; Now as we leave, we sorely grieve, To bid you fond adieu English High, English High, We have our tasks to do; Whatever our work, we must not shirk. We owe that much to you. English High, English High, We ' ll hold your mem ' ries dear, Thirty-six, this name we ' ll fix In mind from year to year. English High, English High, We shall not fail, we know, Our future lures, our faith assures. We ' re ready now to go. 50th REUNION C LASS MATES REMEMBER THIS????? Heard in all corridors, especially ' fore lunch break " DO YA WANNA BUY A CAR CHECK? " r 1936 GRADUATION EXERCISES ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, JUNE THE TWENTY FOURTH NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY SIX AT EIGHT O ' CLOCK P. M. Music by the English High School Orchestra LEROY M. RAND, Director OF THE (Established 1821) TREMONT TEMPLE CITY OF BOSTON PRINTING DVARTMHNT ORDER OF EXERCISES ENTRANCE MARCH. Coronation Marcli from " The Prophet " G. Meyerbeer ADDRESS Charles J. McPhail, President of the Class of 1936 AWARD OF PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS The Cumston Prize The English High School Association Scholarships Class of 1H63 Scholarship K.I wan I S. (Jnulston Memorial Scholarships Clarence Walker Barron Scholarship Washington fc Franklin Medal in History The John Bouve ' Clapp Prize in English Walter F. Downey, Head Master SELECTION. English High School Octet — Directed by T. Francis Burke Soloist, Francis X. Lyons, Class of 1936 AWARD OF MILITARY DIPLOMAS Major William H. Meanix, of the Class of 1911 SELECTION. " Orpheus " Overture J. Offenbach AWARD OF THE FRANKLIN MEDALS Judge A. K. Cohen, of the Class of 1886 1936 CLASS SONG Words l y Thomas H. Jackson, Class of 1936 Air: " Memories " English High, English High, We ' re singing hen ' of you; Now as we leave, we sorely grieve, To hid you fond adieu. English High, English High, We have, our tasks to do; Whatever our work, we must not shirk, We owe that much to you. English High, En glish High, We ' ll hold your mem ' ries dear, Thirty-six, this name we ' ll (ix In mind from year to year. English High, English High, We shall not fail, we know, Onr future lures, our faith assures, We ' re ready now to go. AWARD OF ACADEMIC DIPLOMAS IIenuy J. Smith, Class of 1917, Member of the Boston School Committee " AMERICA. " The audience will stand, and sing the first stanza EXIT MARCH. " National Emblem " E. E. Hagley THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES— JUNE, 1936 Total number 645 Irving Aillcr Joseph II I.. Aheurn Hubert J. Akins Francis J. Alhauese Pellegnno Alhaneee Leo It. Albert Francis 1 . Allen Alfred 8. Alperin (Ieorge li. Anaslasia Carl F. Andrews (lennaroJ. Angiulo Camillo J. Aniello John I . Antarainiau John Iv II. Applcton Arnold A roll Francis X. Archer Francis It. Archibald Eliot C. Arp6 Albert Arioouiaman Itaymond A. Atamian Harold L. Ausin Benedict C. J. Aveni Thomas J. Aylward Vincent Baglinue Nicholas Hakalos Joseph J. Ilnlaconis Dante J. liallerini Malcolm E. Barney Nathaniel A. Barrows ( 1923) Anthony A. Bartolo Joseph G. Beatrice John II. Beck Gerard It. Beer Alwin L. Bell Nicholas P. Belliiigbieri John A. Benn Reginald K. Benn Arnold A. Bereaen llyman II. Berkoviti Max Berman Peter J. Bettano Peter H. Beltano Leo Blacker (Ieorge I. Blacknian Vernon F. Blackmail Itobert II. Blackwell Solomon Bloom Kli A. Blueatone Joseph M. Bohan Walter J. Boiiunno Itobert M. Boodro Sidney Bornsteia Querino J. Botti Italph II. B iur |uin James It. Hoyden William Boyko John B. Brawley Albert 1. Brayman John J. Brennan Sumuel J Brennan, Jr. John J. Uroderiok John J. Broderick John L. Brown Itobert !. Brown Jumen K. Buckingham Krnesl J. BuckleV John J. Bujnowski Thoutua F. Burke William W. T. Burke Itobert I. Burniin Joseph S Km roll Vincent Huscaiiera Edward A Bush Joseph Butera Thomas F. X. Butler Thomas F. !ady Waller I.. Caldwell Joseph K. Callahan Vincent T. F (Cameron Elmore M. ( ' ainpbell Arthur Canaris Amerieo A. Caputo John N. Carnitines Anthony Curiani Henry P. Carmiohael ImI ward F. Carroll Itichard E. Carvill Louis A. Casale James T. Casey Alfred M. Caso Joseph A. Caaliguetti ieorge Catavolo Winslow J. Chadwick Philip A. Chapman Joseph Charney Lionel F. Chatel Arthur H. Chechamea John A. J. Chludsinski Hyman Chmara Leo Cidulka John J. Cleary Frederick F. Clements Joseph P. Clinton Cornelius D. Cohan Hyman M. Cohen Jacob Cohen Joel L. Cohen Hubert Cohen Donald O. Colley, Jr. Nicholas E. Conduras Milton M. Conliffe John J. Connor Joseph L. Connor Thomas R. Connor Gerard F. Cook John D. Coppola David A. M- Copaon Woodrow U. Corbin William J. A. Cordery Arthur F. Cougblio Eugene A. Cox Thomas A. Cox Fraucis J. Crimmins Jeremiah A. Cronin Itichard P. Crosby Joseph F. Crowley Joseph I. Crowley Itobert F. Crowley Henry Cubilcwich i l.Hrlefi M Cuddenii ' I ' liomas J. Ciidmore William B. Cummings John F. Cunningham ' I ' liomas F. A. Cunningham Itichard B. J. Daley Daniel J. Duly James A. Duly Jamb B. Dana Arthur D ' Avellar, Jr. William J. DeFaxi Francis J. Degan l ' cllegrino W. Dello-Iacono Willurd F. DeLue Joseph DeMinico I tenuis K. Dennehy ( ieorge Deruuy Italph J. Deltosu Joseph J. I evine James M. Devlin Sulvatore V. DiCura I. tor I iek t buries K. I )iehl Meeua S. Dimitrey Joseph DiNiitale Leonard DiPietro Domenic G. D ' lppolito Anthony F. M. DiStefano Dominic L. D ' ltalia 1 lonald J. Dixon V inceiit Del ' . L. Dixon Bernard F. Doherty. Jr. John F. Doherty John S. Doherty Joseph P. Donahue Puul J. Donato James Donnelly Bernard F. Donovan William A. Donovan (ieorge. I. W. Doolin Joseph Dorfman Arthur M. Doucette (Ieorge C. Douglas Frederick W. Dow James B. Dowdy John H. Dowling John J. B. Downing Edward 8. Draper Frederic L. Driscoll Joseph F. Driscoll Itobert J. Driscoll Paul K. Duffy William M. Dundon Amerieo J. Durante Stanley J. Ebb Phidias G. Eliades Irwin Elkins Henry Eng Wallace Eng Stanley E. Epstein Joseph J. Evans Edward J. Falcione Lawrence J. Fallon Paul J. Faruuhareon Duncan M. Ferguson Anthony T. Ferris Paul F. Ferris Robert M Fine William Fine Milton Fink Gerard F. V. Finnagan Fraucis J. Finucane Albert Fiore Daniel J. Fitsgerald William J. Fitsgerald Leo F. Fitxpatrick Francis J. Flaherty Jerome C. Flalo Francis L. Fleming Stephen D. Florino Eugene O. J. Foley Thomas J. Foley 1 ' homas E. Ford Edward J. F. Fowler William E. Frederick Daniel L. Freedman Hyiinin It. Freedman Jack Freedman Benjamin S Freeman Edward F. Fuller Joaepli J. (lagan Joseph M. J. Caidys Paul II. Garber St Hurt L. ( iurr Ernest leraigery Morns lermnnic Louis W. Gibelli Salvutore .1. (libelli Philip J. (iilbert Julius Gilder Matthew T. Gill Sulvatore M. Ciorgio Joseph W. Clennon (ierald (!. Collin Joseph A. (luldberg Maurice I. ( ioldeu Lionel S. (ioldman Louis (ioldman Milton B. ( ioodman ( ' hurlcs J. lOrdon Thomas J. (iordon Joseph L. lorham Russell Could Philip A. t iraceffa Itobert L. (Irani Sydney Creen Peter A. (Irieco Louis Groluio Alexander J. (Iryglik Nicholas J. (luerriero John F. W. Guinsali Carmelo A ' Cumina Charles V. Haas Walter W. Hackenson Edward W. Hagar Francis J. Hagney William F. Hale Earl It. Hamilton James H. Hammond Donald J. Hundley Owen J. Hanley Itobert B. Hanrou Aubrey Harris Centra A. Harris William M. Harris Hichard 8. Hart Itobert J. Hartigan Itobert C. Haufler Paul E. lief run Joseph It. liegarty Sidney Heimberg Hyman Helfenbaum Thomas B. Henehan Howard lierscovits Itobert N. Hewett Jeremiah W. Hill Herbert A. Holmes William B. Holmes Arthur J. Houigbaum Joseph Howard James L. Hughes, Jr. Francis X Hurley Herbert Hyman Anthony L. Ingeneri Hicharu W. Irvine Anthony A. J. Iskra Paul W. Jack Kingsbury T. Jaokson Thomas II Juckson Harold L. Jacobs Leonard I Jacobs Algart P. Jaoobeon Edmund J. .Iniikowski Arthur It. Johnson, Jr. John II. Jones Tudor Jones Itichard (1. Josl John F. Judge William 10. .Indue Arvo .1. Kiijunder Itobert Kane William F Kane Nathan Kuimky (Ieorge knplau Julius Kaplan Ralph L. Kami Simon L. Katx Thomas I ' Kcarus II ii rr v J Keefe Albert .1. Kellcher llichurd J Kelley Wullel 11. Kelley Lester A. K Kelly Julius Kendall ic tor E. Kerr Francis IV Kessler Adeeb Khoury Michael Khoury William P. King Melvui B Kline Thoiuui IV Knowloa (GRADUATES. 1936, Concluded) loscph J. Konan Arthur N Kouloiiloe Hurry A. Kouluplos Israel Krute Stephen Knlikowski ( ieorge Kyron Dfjflneilic u. La i ' mntra I ' eler 1 . I czza Trevor 10. Lamb Theophile 1) l.uiubrenos ( hurlea C. Lane Wilbert IC. Uiinun Antnmuo Laquidara Salvatore l i Itosa ieorge ( ' . [jiiraon Lesley F. Luthrop Frederick J. It. Leahy lair W. LeHlanc ( ' olenian F. Lee I dwurd Lee Itobert I . Lee I .co A. Leibovitz llulph A. Leone llarolil I. cvine Itubiu L. Levinsky .loshuu 1 . Levy ( Albert Lichenstein Charles I). Litchfield Kichurd A. Littleiield Samuel L. London Louis J. Lo Pilato Richard E. Lord Vitantonio A. L ltusso Armando J. Lucuriello Wiliiain A. Luippold Itobert E Lydiard Joaepb F. It. McCartby Joseph J. McCarthy Walter W. V. McCartby Mm .1 P. M-« " ' le George A. McCoruiack Artbur F. C. McUenuott Paul F. McDonougb William I . McDonougb William R. McDonougb Leo D. MacDougall Walter J. MaoFate Timotby M. McGilUouddy John H. McGilvery James A. McGinley Artbur W. McGrath Allan M. McKeuxie John K. Mackin, Jr. George P. F. McLaugbUn James II McLaughlin Jobn F. McLean William P. Mc.Nmnara Joeeph F. McNeill Albert J. McNully Charles J. Mcl ' hail John M. Madden William I). J. Mugnusson ' ' buries It. Mubar CbarlcB F. Mahoney Kdward F. P. Mahoney Abraham Malmud ieorge T. Maloof Francis 1) Manning Joseph V. Manning John P. Mailtos William Margolie Stanley L. Markow James F. Martin William II. Murtiu Michael Maslunka John J W. Masters Klvin ( ' . Mata Mitchell W Maleik AlexauderF.M. Mutulewicz Kalpb (t. Meyer Irving Meyers Joseph W. Mickiewici ltusseli Milham Leo M. J Miller John J. Milligan James L. G. Milward, Jr. Stuart O. Minurd Charles V. Minichiello Vincent S Minucci Ford J. Misile Itoeco M . Misile John F. Mitchell William J. Mitchell Joseph M. Monahan Wilbur J. Moody ThomaB J. Moran Louis M organic Kdward S. Morris Jobn M. Morris James G. Moses Walter 1 . 1). Mowlee Frederick J. Muir Eugene A. Murphy John J. Murphy John V. Murphy Joseph P. Murphy Itobert F. Murphy James J. M urray Wiliiain L. Murray Frederick J. Mulne Milton Mykvlow Nicholas L. Nujjar Thomas E. Nauopoulos Samuel Nnssif Walter E. Nelson Albie T. Q. Ngok George W. Nicholson Morris Nierman William J. Norton ltusseli Novello William M. O ' Brien Willioni V 0 ' C.iun»ll Francis M. O ' Donnel l John J. E. O ' Donnell WilUam G. O ' Hare Nickolas J. Oliva ltir.hard J. Olsen Paul H. J. O ' Neal Harold F. J. O ' Neil Cornelius P. O ' Shea Halpb Pagliuca Kayniond J. Palmer Douienick A. Palmieri Frank J. Pandolfo Nicholas Pupayianee Peter Papulis William W. F. Paul- Charles C. Penney Paul T. It. Pento Clement G. Perkins Bernard J. Perry Peter T. Petrone Morris Phillips Domenic A. Pino Antonio G. Policronis Morris J. Polner Joseph A. It. Porsio Harold A. Powell Id. hard A. Power James E Powers John J. J. Powers Thomas J. Powers Isaac Pruger Joseph J. Prendergast Edward F. Preston Itobert N. Principato Jobn A. Provenzano Joseph A. Pucillo, Jr. William E. Purdy Sydney Huiue James E. Itanahan Fred S. Itazook Itichard T. Iteale Louis A. Reed David W. Itegan John P. ltegun James P. Keilly John T. Reynolds John J. W. Ridge Kdward T. P. Rigney James F. Kihhany Theodore Kingoto Itobert It. Kodwell Robert H. ltomaiiow Louis F. Romauowski Samuel Rosen (ieneroso P. Itosei Joseph Rotondi Francis J. Ruggiero Martin B. Russell John J. Russo George P. P. Ryan James It. Ryan Joseph Sakowicx Naseem Salem Abraham Saleson Thomas A. Saltamaccbia George Saltzberg Harry Samovits Erie Sancbioni Hurry Sandler Joseph M. Sangaila Benedetto J. bapienza Michael A. Sarno Anthony J. Sasaa Joseph H. Saunders Philip N. F. Savage Anthony 11. Scala Dominic J. Scalcioue James J. Scanlau Philip J. Bcanlan John W. Bcanlon, Jr. M ' iDi-a) T. ScWnidt. Joseph A. G. Soicchitano Abraham I. Bedereky William B. Beiniger Thomas F. Selvey Frank C. Sfano Joseph Bgarano Bernard F. Shadrawy Alvin H. Bhairman David A. Bhea Daniel L. Bbeehan John H. Bheeban Walter A. Bbepbard Cornelius C. Sheridan Francis L. E. Sherman John E. Sherman Nathan Sherman Murray Shiro John It J. Short Max Showetack Abraham Shulman Irviug Shulman Irving M. Shuman Albert B. Biauris William F. Siems, Jr. Harold B. Silverman Guy B. Bimeone Charles R. Skeliey Thomas B. Slater Harry M. Small Michael J. Smith Waldo H. Smith Herbert W. Snow Walter J. Sokolowski George P. Bpigel Joseph A. Spinel li Charles A. Stanley Thomas J. Stanton Sydney Starr Charles A Slarrall Jacob Stein Fiederick W. Storer Peter A. Sudano James C. Sullivan John F Sullivan Michael J. Summa James l . Supple Walter J. K. Sweeney Joseph W. Szocik Jobn A. TatseoB Alphonse J. Taurinsky Joseph Tuvada Simon 1 1. Tavauo Henry F. Tayhir Walter W Taylor .lames Tetft (ieorge T. Thanopulos Roy J. Thomas Waller J. Thomas Ldward li Tlmiupson John F. Thornton Andrew G. Ting us Peter L. Titus Reubin Tobin James M . Todd Joseph M. Tomuiasino Ernest A. Toai William J. Toulii Charles K. Townsend Thomas M. Tracy Hubert C. Travers Frank A. Tree Eugene Tuden Martin V. Turke Norman llminsky Allan I. Urrows Oscar W. Vullee Alexander Vassily Joseph V. Volpe Henry C. Wallbank Howell D Walley :..l«i..»u F W alsh David I. Walsh Henry A. Walsb Patrick E. Walsb Harold R. Warren Kenneth L. Watson Benjamin Wax Bernard M. Wax Abraham N. Waxier Wilfred J Weare Norman S. Weinberg Albert Weiner George W. P. Wenners Paul J. West Stephen Whelun William J. White George C. Whitman John J. Wieikus Allister It. Wight Walter L WilliamB Harold 11 Winer James S. Wingule Charles G. Wolfe Leonard S. Wolff Norman Wolf son Leonard Wood Walter C. J. Woodwortb Valentine P. Wotniak Albert J. Yamolovieb Harry Yankelovits Ralph Yee Arthur Yorra Joseph Vovanna Kenneth L. N Yukes Victor J Zacharewics Joseph S. Zugarella Alvin 1). Zalinger Anthony G. Zarella Selig Zase Alfred J. Zerega HaroM J Zimmon James Zographos Your Design for Living should include the development and training ' of your talent in Music as A Safcisfyinq, Creative Profession, or A Cultural, Stimulating Avocation Beginning Its Seventieth Year September 17, 1936 - NewEngtond Conservatory Director ■ Rfl I I Dean of Faculty Wallace Goodrich Jm I T BV« JM Frederick S. Converse Offers you: General or Specialized training in all de- partments of music in one of the country ' s oldest musical institutions . . . Courses leading to Degrees or Diploma — either as a performer, teacher, in public school music, or as Bachelor or Master of Music . . . Private instruc- tion in applied music or theoretical subjects . . . Evening School courses throughout the year . . . Summer School. Practical training . . . weekly student recitals afford valuable experience to soloists ... a symphony orchestra of eighty-five players . . . weekly radio broadcasts by faculty members and advanced students . . . Band and Chorus of student performers . . . Dramatic Department, with full season of presentations . . . Dancing. For Detailed Illustrated Catalog and applications write to FREDERICK S. CONVERSE, Dean New England Conservatory of Music Huntington Avenue Boston, Mass. MX [y DEEHE X COLLEGE WALTHAM, MASS. School of Medicine College of Arts and Sciences School of Podiatry Graduates of English High School admitted to six year pre- medical and medical course. Administration Office 415 NEWBURY STREET KENmore 9630 BOSTON, MASS. BERKELEY PREPARATORY SCHOOL Established 1907 Day School for Boys — Evening School Co-educational Summer Session Co-educational THE BERKELEY PREPARATORY SCHOOL is accredited by the New England College En- trance Certificate Board. BERKELEY prepares boys and girls for entrance to college either by certificate or by examination. Our classes are small. You receive individual attention and make rapid progress. Freshmen and sophomores may cut their high school course to three years by taking our fully We will gladly send accredited Summer Session courses. • New Students may enroll at any time during y o u a catalogue the school year 1089 Boylston Street, Boston— near Mass. Subway Station— Tel. COM. 9262. Mention the RECORD when patronizing our advertisers The English High School Record and Year Book Vol. LI No. 6 Published six times a yew by the PUPILS ' of THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL Montgomery Street and Warren Avenue Boston, Mass. Entered as second-class matter Nov. 2, 1885, at the Post Office at Boston, Mass. LlTKRAKY Editor-in-Chief JAMES E. POWERS, ' 36 BUSINESS- Managing Editor William B. Seiniger, ' 36 Associate Editors George P. Kaplan, ' 36 Simon L. Katz, ' 36 George V. Haas, ' 36 Contributing Editors Cornelius Y. Sheridan, ' 36 Arthur F. C. McDermott, ' 36 William D. Magnusson, ' 36 Athletics Walter V. McCarthy, ' 36 Robert H. Blackwell, ' 36 Art Raymond F. Scannell, ' 37 Elmer C. Meghan, ' 37 Secretary George Kyron, ' 36 Faculty Advisers Mr. Pettengill, Chairman Mr. Malone Business Manager Stanley J. Ebb, ' 36 Finance Paul J. West, ' 36 Irwin Elkins, ' 36 Jacob Stein, ' 36 A dvertising Arnold Bereson, ' 36 Isaac Prager, ' 36 Circulation Lloyd Pushee, ' 36 Harry M. Small, ' 36 Ralph Karol, ' 36 Robert G. Brown, ' 36 Photography Douglas Brown, ' 37 Domenic Amara, ' 37 Mr. Heffernan Mr. B. L. McCabe (EnntentH Pack Record Staff Picture 1 Record Staff 5 Editorial . £. p. 6 Class Song Thomas E. Jackson 7 Who ' s Who at E. H. S 8 Ye Classe Will William B. Seiniger 9 Class Poem -...James E. Pozvcrs 10 President ' s Message Charles J. McPhail 11 Mr. Downey 12-13 Ye Classe Prophesie 14 Student Council 15 Class History Edward Lee 16 Class Officers 17 Senior Class Pictures 18-70 Library Corps 71 Drum and Bugle Corps 71 Snapshots 72 A Fairway Fable -.James E. Powers 73 Page Regimental Officers 74 Switchboard Operators 76 Athletic Snapshots 77 School Notes Simon L. Katz 78 Football Picture 80 Debating Society 81 Track Picture 82 Athletic Notes 83 Combined Student Committees 84 Orchestra 86 Band 86 Officers of the First Regiment 88 Officers of the Second Regiment 90 Officers of the Third Regiment 92 Officers of the Fourth Regiment 94 Officers of the Fifth Regiment 96 Cruising the Corridors James E. Pozvers 99 6 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD timnrml Jfour gears IN the course of human events there is an inevitable limit, a cessation, an end. All things are hemmed in, either by time in terms of hours, weeks, and years, or by more tangible dimensions. Even nations are bor- dered and limited in extent. So, too, are the pleasant days at English High. They must come to an end. Time, the Grim Reaper, has severed our ties with the past ; and the dim and distant future of four years ago is this present moment which we are enjoying. Four years are all that have elapsed ; but how many events, what joys, what sorrows have packed into them. Four vital years, the importance of which cannot be over-estimated, four crucial periods of educational adjustment have passed so swiftly that it appears but yesterday that the massive doors of English High School swung to admit us to a higher plane of educational activity. During our high school career many events have taken place. Good or bad, our deeds and accom- plishments have gone on record. The high school years are the formative years in the lives of most of us. The impressions formed are not temporary, but fixed and definite; and as such they tend to direct the more mature judgments of our man- hood. During these years we have worked a little, played a little, and some of us may possibly have shirked a little ; but good or bad, our actions are recorded on the sands of Time, and the ideas, attitudes, and ideals of manhood will be complementary to those that we have revealed in our youth. We have embarked on many endeavors during the last four years, some worthy and others unworthy. All of our plans have not been crowned with success ; nor have they all been failures. Some of us have suc- ceeded scholastically, preferring the simple honors of the laurel wreath to the great letters which adorn the breast of the athlete ; others have made their definite contribution to worth-while achievement in extra-curricu- lar activities. The four endless years of yesterday have vanished, and now only a few precious moments remain. Underneath the cynical veneer of modern youth each of us is truly sorry that he must go. The old school takes on a different aspect as the time draws near to depart. Each hallowed nook, cranny, alcove and lecture hall becomes a treasure house of precious memories ; and the ghost of departed school heroes stand in every classroom, joined with us in grieving at the abruptness of Time. Horace sums up our feelings in his classic line, " Eheu fugaces anni ! " We cannot appreciate the true significance of parting and all that it means until time softens every de- tail of our four years ' stay. Memory, the master painter, tints all thoughts in soft and roseate hues, leaving the mind calmly contemplative of the days of yore. It takes time for anything to be appreciated properly. ' We, the Class of 1936, are entering a world that is on the upswing from an economic depression. It is customary to address the graduating class and give advice and good counsel, some of which, falling like the seed of the Biblical narrative on good soil, may take root and flower in later years. As the class goes out from school, we can offer no panacea for the ills of life, no set rule for instant and complete success. We shall not lay down any particular rules for the welfare of our classmates, for each individual has his own particular needs. Life in its richest aspects lies before us, and it is important that we be ready and willing to make the most of the opportunities which are ours. Each of us has his particular line of endeavor, and it is to this that he must devote his every effort. Whether he is surrounded by musty tomes and ivied walls or gaining a closer acquaintanceship with industrial activity, it is necessary that the task at hand call forth the best he has. And now, as the moment for parting is at hand, let us go forth without a backward glance. ' Let us carry the blue banners of English High School into all walks of life, into the four corners of the earth. Let us carry on the traditions of English High — and then, indeed, will we have become " men of honor and achieve- ment. " James E. Powers. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 1936 Class ong (WLqv j bp Stomas $. Jackson, ' 36) tr: " jWemories " €ngUsl) iMst), €ngltsf) JltSt). l e ' re singing fjere of pou; Jtoto as! toe leabe, toe sfordj griebe, bib pou fonb abieu. £nglis!) tgb, Cnglisf) ?£tgf), We tjabe our tasks to bo ; 3KH!)areber our tooru, toe must not sfjtru, Wit otoe tfjat muci) to pou. Cnglisf) tgb, Cnglis!) igf), e ' ll fjolb pour mem ' ries bear, f)irtp=Stx, tfjis name toe ' ll fix 3m mtnb from pear to pear. Cnglisf igb, engltsf) $tgt), We stall not fail, toe unoto, x future lures, our fattfj assures, iHe ' re reabp noto to go. LJHH%£ Z +W 2 LJ W LJW± 3 d WO Z X JXLi J) ' : 8 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD J EXELCU Tl VEL (X MMlTTE JjDRJSCOLi COMMITTER 6ULUVAtt TRACK CAPTAIM ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 9 §e Hast Will anb Testament of He Clas e of ' 36 Hear ge! J|ear |?e! J|ear §9e! WE, the Seniors of the English High School in the City of Boston, County of Suffolk, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the twentieth day of February in the Year of Our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-six, having mentem sanam in corpore sano, do hereby make and devise this, our Last Will and Testament, and do hereby nullify and make void all previous wills and testaments which we may have hereto- fore drawn up. We bequeath the following : I. TO THE JUNIORS: To the Class of 1937 we leave five empty offices to be Ailed by election next fall. We leave the spacious homerooms on the side nearest Montgomery Street to be inhabited by you until you arrive at the dignity which we now hold. To you, also, we leave that well-worn phrase, " You are seniors. We expect something of you. " We leave you a palatial lunch-room, modern in every detail, which you are the first to use, and a contract with Ted Fio-Rito to play during second lunch. (All YOU have to do is to get him to sign it). To you we also leave several hundred commissions to be distributed according to merit by our good friends, the Majors Driscoll and Meanix. We also leave you our shoes to fill, but do not tread on our toes when stepping into them. Last but not least, we leave you our honor, dignity, and prestige as seniors. II. TO THE SOPHOMORES: We leave you the honor that accompanies your rating as Juniors. You have served your apprenticeship ; but, remember, lads, the worst is yet to come! Our particular bequest to you is an E. H. S. Catalog with all easy courses marked, and the right to inhabit the upperclass side of the building. III. TO THE FRESHMEN: To the apple-cheeked Freshmen of English High School, we leave the inalienable right to put on long trousers and to experience the thrill of the first shave. We leave the realization that the English High School is the finest in the realm. We also leave — wondering if we ever looked like THAT ! IV. TO LATIN SCHOOL: No will could be complete without adhering to the ancient and honorable custom of leaving several hand- carved desks in each class-room for the exclusive use of the Latin School students. But, remember, boys, you must reform and begin to study hard if you expect to make good at English High. V. THE FOLLOWING DIGNITARIES LEAVE INDIVIDUAL BEQUESTS: Frank Lyons leaves a couple of sour notes for which he has no further need, and a few golden notes to be used in place of the corridor wristling. Finbar Sullivan leaves his smile. George Saltzburg leaves, still arguing. Tom Ford leaves a few rifle team medals. Harry Silverman and Alvin Shairman leave, still buddies. J. H. McLaughlin wakes up in time to leave his locker door open. Stanley " Hank " Ebb leaves a bottle of red ink for which he had no use. John and Tom Powers leave two used transfers. Dick Olsen leaves a pair of size twelve shoes. " Algy " Harris leaves, still protesting " It ' s a frame-up ! " Simon Katz leaves the side door open so nobody will be late anymore. Guy Simeone leaves. (Pause!) Arthur McDermott leaves wearing what the well-dressed E. H. S. man should wear. Charlie McPhail leaves a fine record, plenty of friends, and the office of President open to some aspiring- politician — who will have a hard time to All it as well as he did. Jimmie Zographos leaves still asserting that his name can be pronounced. Fred Dow leaves several money-bags (empty) for next year ' s treasurer. Domenic Pino leaves the horseshoe in his boxing glove. Buddy Daley leaves a broken hockey stick and a worn-out puck as a nucleus for next year ' s hockey team. 10 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD Crimmins leaves a lot of " A " stars for some deserving pupil who needs a few to graduate. Todd leaves still wishing that E. H. S. was a co-ed school. Joel Cohen leaves a book entitled, " How to Dance in Three Easy Lessons. " Ralph Karol leaves memories of a swell guy. Dunden leaves his lunch and half of a one-cent lunch check. Billy Schmidt leaves his motto: " Be careful what you say about South Boston! " Paul Hefron once more leaves with many a sigh (?) on the part of the faculty. Billy Stewart leaves the " Lab " a wreck. Bernie Wax leaves an old inner tube. Gerard Cook leaves Mr. Connell still gasping. Billy Brown leaves last (as usual). VI. TO THE FUTURE STUDENTS OF E. H. S.: We leave an inheritance that is rich in honorable tradition, honor that must not be sullied, and respon- sibilities that must not be avoided. If you guard these zealously for those who in their turn must follow you, Honor and Achievement will be your reward. This Will, having been duly signed and sealed in the presence of witnesses, is hereby declared legal. Any person who attempts to change or set aside the provisions thereof, thereby puts himself, his heirs, and his assigns in contempt of court and must surfer the penalties of the court ' s displeasure. Signed, sealed, and delivered at the Law Office of the English High School, on this twenty-third day of February in the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-six. William B. Seiniger, ' 36, Attorney-at-Laiv. Clas $oem Aye. let us go forth from the School, From dear old English High, Where regal Blue doth reign supreme As in the towering sky. Where we have spent the last four years, A happy span of time, While truth and knowledge were instilled In minds like yours and mine. Her corridors — so bright and clean, Where oft we used to walk When passing to or from a class With merry, joyous talk, No more shall feel our youthful feet, Or know our happy cries ; The mighty Class of Thirty-six Has severed its fond ties. Long shall we love our mighty school, Long shall we praise its name, Long shall our ceaseless efforts strive To bring it lasting fame. Now, stepping from its portals wide, We raise our battle-cry, And turning for a last long glance . . . " Farezvell—Old English High! " James E. Powers, ' 36. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 11 iWe age from ®m JireStbent As the time for parting draws near, a variety of emotions compels me to express my thoughts to you, the Class of 1936. Mere words cannot express the pleasure and the gratitude with which I received your demonstration of trust and friendship when you elected me to the office of President of the Senior Class. Apart from the personal satisfaction, there is the thought of the fine record which we, as a class, have left behind us. In athletics, the Blue and Blue has fought its way to the top in every sport. The social affairs were a complete success because of the loyal support which you gave your various committees. The class has upheld the traditions which have been handed down for over one hundred years in the Eng- lish High School. Some may say that idealism is dead, that the modern youth is indifferent. How- ever, a visit to our school would be sufficient proof of the fallacy of such a supposition. The inspiration which has carried us on and enabled us to scale the heights of achievement comes from the traditional English High School spirit, an ef- fective spirit that will never die. Then, too, we must not forget the inspiring leadership of our teach- ers, those men who have given of their best, who have acted as advisors, counsellors, guides and friends. And over all these teachers is another man — a man loved and respected by thousands of English High students and alumni — Mr. Walter F. Downey, our Headmaster. As a parting message to the class, I express the wish that we may carry on in after school life in the same whole-hearted way we have here at English High. Charles J. McPhail. 12 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD WALTER F. DOWNEY, Headmaster ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 13 Boys : i 8 you leave your Alma Mater this year, you carry our -A aspirations for you, our hopes and our faith in you, to accompany you wherever you go. One hundred years ago, fourteen hoys of the Class of 1836 graduated from this school. There are about fifty times that number in the Class of 1936. Through the century the same ideals have guided- our teaching, — ideals of honor, achievement, and service to others. The world today is far different from that of 1836, hut even then there were grave national and international prob- lems, which seemed most difficult of solution. Through the century those who have been most effective in helping to solve these problems, and whose names survive in happy memory, are those whose lives were guided by high ideals. Many of you will occupy high places of private and public trust. Your Head Master and your School have complete con- fidence in you, and expect of you always complete loyalty to the aims and ideals of the English High School. " The Aim of Every English High School Boy is to Become a Man of Honor and Achievement. " God Bless and Guide You — Every One! r 14 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD Clas e liropfjetfte 1936 By James E. Powers, ' .% Full soon our banners will be carried forth And spread unfolded to the shimmering sky, And men will marvel at the deeds so brave Accomplished by the men of English High ; And then will spread the fame of Thirty-six And trumpets loud will glorify our deeds — Great are the men whom we now prophecy To lead us into fray on milk-white steeds. The White House is for President McPhail, Attended by his cohorts brave and true, Fred Dow and Hughes, stout Driscoll and Mitchell, Who carry on Big Business for the Blue. Mark Devlin, for our social functions gay, With Richard Power and Thomas Powers, too, Stands forth with plans for new events to hold, Assisted by a gentlemanly crew. And Crimmins, of the analytic brain Stands by to give his aid in deeds of worth, While Olsen stands and speaks a solemn oath To run each clue that ' s given him, to earth. Brave Scala, here to aid him in his quest 3espeaks himself, then as he takes the floor And states that he, himself, will run his best, As he has always done in days of yore. Bud Daley, scion of a Brighton clan, Now travelling with the hockey-playing Bruins, Reclines at home beside the radio While Lyons entertains him with his tunes ; And in the Senate House stand three men fair — Joe Driscoll, Haufler and the active Paul, And while their arguments develop strong, Their eloquence resounds throughout the hall. Spinelli, he who tackles with a shock. And Mantos, of the educated toe, With Ryan bent between them o ' er the ball, Are former All-Americans — you know. Who ' s this that strides across the silver screen And makes a million hearts begin to leap? Aha. ' tis Johnnie Powers, the handsome rogue. Who, by his art, can make you smile or weep. And who is this, whose clever tapping feet, Upon a stage beneath a paper moon. Beat out in Suf f lc style quite debonair A popular and very pleasing tune? Just now, in contest on a foreign shore, Fleet Sullivan, our strong Olympic hope, Breaks records in his specialty event, Thereby upsetting what the papers call " the dope. " And now the Boston Red Sox lead the league Because of men who came from English High, The battery of Leahy and Ahearn, ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 15 Is spotlighted by every ball fan ' s eye. The clever Seiniger and Sheridan. With Kaplan and the rest upon their heels, Are writing now for national magazines ; Their Rfxord service taught them what appeals. The late Bill Brown, of old 8:30 fame, With Jerry Cook, his brilliant kith and kin, Now operates a national orchestra, And looks around for further fame to win. Thus will our records read a few years hence ; Thus will our doughty men be tried and true, Thus will their deeds amaze a doubting world, Thus will they fight and conquer for the Blue ! STUDENT COUNCIL Top Row— G. T. Tameson. R. D. Harding, R. A. Power, T. M. Pearson. D. I. Morgan. W. T. Ogar. Middle Row— C. T. Whitley, K. E. Sweenie. A. T. Hansen, T. T. Semper. F. T. McNulty. Front Row— D. I. Smith (Secretary), C. L McPhail (Vice-President), Mr. Frazier (Faculty Adviser). Mr. Downey. G. W. Creighton (President). T. T. Gordon. 16 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD (ElaHs iftBtorij By Edward Lee On an early September morning of 1932, a con- spicuous group of several hundred nervous-looking youngsters roamed the first floor corridor of the north building of the English High School. From their reactions it was evident that they were new boys searching for their home-rooms. After surviv- ing the first week of traffic-jams in the cross-corri- dors, this group of freshmen settled down and began to realize that they had enrolled at a school whose alumni had left behind an active spirit and worth- while traditions for them to maintain. Throughout the year they carried on to the best of their ability and supported the various activities of the school. Some enrolled in the many club activi- ties fostered in our school, while others responded to Coach Ohrenberger ' s call for athletes. They were obliged to follow in the footsteps of the upper class- men in order that they might be ready to assume the responsibilities of leadership when their turn should come. Soon their first year of happy high school life was left behind. Before them still lay three promising years in which to realize their am- bition to distinguish the Class of ' 36 in the record of English High School history. In the fall of 1933 came recruits. New students enrolling as sophomores boosted the class to its pres- ent number of about seven hundred. Soon school activities were once again in full swing. Some of our boys were wearing corporal ' s chevrons and had advanced their first step in military drill, while others were holding minor offices in the various school orga- nizations. With the football season in progress, the boys of ' 36 received their first chance to make good on the gridiron against rival schools. It was during this season, in which English annexed the city cham- pionship, that the stars of the two following years began their high school athletic careers. Prominent figures among the sophomore ranks were attracting attention in all other fields of sport. Just as quickly as the first, the second year drew to a close with the arrival of June. Two years of learning and experience had given the Class of ' 36 sufficient confidence and knowledge to assume the duties of juniors and lead the younger and inexperi- enced lads who had come in to fill the ranks they had vacated. Their high school days were half over and ' 36 had two more years to which to look forward. Dur- ing these two years they were to shoulder the heavy burdens of upper classmen. Athletic and club activi- ties were carried on as usual, but they were now in a position where they were regarded as examples for others. It was their duty to teach what they had learned. That they were quite successful in perform- ing their tasks is evident from the fact that the various school activities are running just as smoothly as ever. When the junior elections came along, with its campaign and speeches, the juniors elected Ivan Col- lins as president and John F. Mitchell as vice-presi- dent. Toward the end of another pleasant year came a collection of the class dues for the purpose of aid- ing the class in its activities the following year. The senior year of the Class of ' 36 began in October, after a late school opening. It was a group of earnest, down-to-business lads that strolled proudly through the building. Outstanding members of the class received commissions in military drill, and as- sumed the responsibilities and duties of commissioned officers. It became their task to prepare the cadets for the annual prize drill in April, despite the handi- cap of a late start, to maintain the usual corridor patrols, and to assume the responsibility of other assignments. In the class elections held early in the year, Charles J. McPhail was elected president, and John F. Mitchell as vice-president. In football, a brilliant English High School team finished the season, undefeated and untied, defeating Latin School on Thanksgiving Day by a score of 14 to 0. The second English vs. Latin debate was held, the Blue and Blue being represented by three members of the Class of ' 36. During the senior year a chess club was organized. The Senior Prom, which was held on February 7, 1936, at the Hotel Vendome under the direction of a dance committee consisting of Mark Devlin, Daniel Freedman, Louis LoPilato, James Supple, Tom Powers, and Richard Power, was a huge success. In a few weeks the Llass of ' 36 will join the ranks of the alumni. Behind them they leave a splendid record of accomplishment. Its members played an important part in retaining the " Reggie " track cham- ponship and in winning two city football champion- ships. The Class of 1936 has maintained in its every endeavor the high ideals, the honorable traditions, and the glorious spirit of Boston English High School. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 17 18 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD IRVING ADLER, " Jake " First come, first served. Hobby : Collecting buttons Ambition: To graduate Oklahoma Tech JOSEPH B. AHEARN, " Bing Confidence in yourself is halj the battle. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Coach Baseball Captain (4) Picture Committee Athletic Captain (4) Chess Club Baseball ( 1, 2, 3, 4) Football (2, 3. 4) Holy Cross ROBERT J. AKINS, " Bob " All ' s fish they get that cometh to net. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Pilot Boston College FRANCIS J. ALBANESE " Frankie " Many receive advice; few profit by it. Hobby : Swimming Ambition: Chemical engineer Chemistry, ' 34 Slide-Rule, ' 34 Track, ' 33 Boston University FRANCIS ALLEN, " Frank ' Look for the hidden truth. GEORGE H. ANASTASIA " Bob " Enough is equal to a feast. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Bookkeeper Burdett College CARL F. ANDREWS " Andy ' When I zcas sick, you gave me bitter pills. Hobby : Photography Ambition : Civil engineer Cadet Lieutenant Room Council (3) U. of Maine JENNARO J. ANGIULO, " Jerry " One touch of nature makes the whole world kin. Ambition : Criminal lawyer Suffolk Law School WILLIAM ALBANESE " Willie ' Join the navy and see the world. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Electrician Night Trade School LEO R. ALBERT, " Roovie " Law is king of all. Hobby : Theatre Ambition : Lawyer Cadet First Lieutenant Northeastern LEO T. ANGLIN " Bright-Eyes " Ambassadors are the eye and car of States. Hobby : Stamps Ambition : Teacher Aviation (1) Track (1) Boston College CAMILLO J. ANIELLO " Anie " A young physician makes a lumpy churchyard. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : C. P. A. Track (2) Boston University ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 19 JOHN PAUL ANTARAMIAN " Anti " Now the work goes bravely on. Hobby : Boat building, swimming Ambition : Highest Soccer ( 1 ) Baseball (1) M. I. T. JOHN E. H. APPLETON " Venske " Better late than never. Hobby : Poetry Ambition : To duplicate our Q-4 teacher College ARNOLD ARCH " Arnie " is well to profit by the folly of others. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Teacher Cadet Captain Room Treasurer (2, 3) i Room Councillor (4) Honor Roll (2, 3) Lawrence Prize F and D (2) Vice-Pres. Math. Club (4) Sec. Chemistry Club (4) Home Room Spelling Bee (2, 3) Football Squad Tufts College FRANCIS X. ARCHER " Archie " A man of his word. Hobby : Drawing Ambition : Draftsman Honor Roll (1) Individual Drill (2) Room Captain (3) Mass. Stat ' R. ARCHIBALD ' Red, " " Archie " Silence is Golden. Sailing- ion. Teaching Captain ftonor Roll (1, 3) awrence Prize, F and D Individual Prize in Military Drill Current Events (Secretary) Math. Club Northeastern University ELIOT ARPE His thoughts arc high. Hobby : Saxophone Ambition : Commercial artist Mass. State College of Art N 4 CHARLES E. ARRIS " Goon " The stars above ivill be my judge. Hobby : Sleep Ambition : To become a big league hockey player. Track (1) Baseball (4) College RAYMOND A. ATAMIAN " Ray " What a plague it is to be too handsome. Hobby : Music and Botany Ambition : Fruit and vegetable mer- chant. Cadet Second Lieutenant Current Events HAROLD L AUSIN " Dimps " All the world ' s a stage. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Business Cadet Lieutenant Boston University BENEDICT pyAVENI, " Ben " Why j he ' s] a ma)i of steel! Hobby : Swimming " i Ambition : Business ,(»adet ' -First Lieutenant Vl mor Roll (1) TIOMAS J. Al WARE( " Huck All my fame is due to myself alone. Hobby : Sailing Ambition : Naval officer Cadet First Lieutenant Honor Roll (1, 2) Football (3) Track (2) St. John ' s Prep. VINCENT BAGLIONE Sozv a thought and reap an act. Ambition : Architect Cadet Second Lieutenant (Staff) Honor Roll (2) College 20 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD NICHOLAS BAKALOS, " Nicky " Where art thou, Romeo? Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Curgeon Cadet First Lieutenant Individual Prize (3) Track (4) Baseball (3) Harvard Medical DANTE J. BALLERINI, " Danny " We must never assume that which ii incapable of proof. Hobby : Collecting stamps Ambition : Engineer St. John ' s Prep. ANTHONY A. BARTOLO, " Tony ' The dynamo gains power with movement. Hobby: Trucking Ambition: Orchestra leader Honor Roll (1) Track (1) Football (4) Baseball (3, 4) Hockey (3) Boston Conservatory of Music JOSEPH G. BEATRICE " Joe " Cool and calm. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Dentist Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1) French Club (3) Track (1, 2, 4) Football (3, 4) Picture Committee (4) Boston College JOHN H. BECK. " Red " Yes — Yes, go on ! Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Architect Stamp Club (2, 3) Baseball (3, 4) Hockey (4) Football (2) Technical School GERARD R A stitch u ALWIN L. BELL, " Al " To be or not to be. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Stage manager Cadet Captain Football (3, 4) Hockey (4) Boston University NICHOLAS YP. BELLINGHIERI REGINALD E. BENN, " Reggie My music is the Ms - Hobby : Music Ambition : To achievement Athletic Captai Track 1, 3. 4) Football (4) Howard University D A. BERESEN. " Berry " pharmacist er Record f Pharmacy HYMAN H. BERKOVITZ " Berky " Give thy thoughts no tongue. Hobby : Football Ambition : Radio engineer Cadet Second Lieutenant Hawley Engineering Institute MAX BERMAN, " Mack " Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Pharmacist Cadet First Lieutenant Honor Roll (3) Mass. College of Pharmacy ENGLISH 1 1 ! ( i H SCHOOL RECORD 21 LEO BLACKER His heart is true. Hobby: Baseball Ambiton : Engineer Cadet Lieutenant M. I. T. GEORGE L. BLACKMAN " Blackie " Lazvs grind the poor, and rich men rule the lazv. Hobby : Photography Ambition : Lawyer Fencing Boston University VERNON F. BI ' Short] None but Hobby : Ambitiot RJlfu ' sician c his parallel. ROBERT BLACKWELL, " Bob " It is a poor sport that is not worth the candle. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Sports writer Cadet Lieutenant Sports editor on the Record Track (2, 3, 4) Baseball (4) Columbia JOHN V. BOGUE, " Johnny " He lives in a ivorld of science. Hobby: Football Ambition : Travel Track (1, 2) Football (3) SOLOMON BLOOM, " Solly " Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby : Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. B. U. MP 3 ad t " " " % i ll JOSEPH M. BOHAN, " Joe " Music hath charms. Hobby : Pinochle mbition : Successful businessman Cadet First Lieutenant Song Committee, Chess Club Track (3) Baseball (4) Football (4) Northeastern University ROBERT BOODRO, " Slug " You cannot teach old dogs nezv tricks. Hobby : Boxing Ambition : Social Service Chemistry (4) B. C. JAMES Q. BOTTI, " Jimmie " Art is power. Ambition : Truck driver Chmistry Aviation Track (2, 3), asst. track manager William Mary College RALPH H. BOURQUIN, " Duke " Short accounts make long friends. Hobby : Football Ambition : Finance Cadet Captain Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class Currnt Events Fencing (2) Bentley ' s JAMES R. BOYDEN, JR., " Zip " Silence is the anszver of wise men. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Successful business man Football (3) Northeastern WILLIAM BOYKO Let every man enjoy h Hobby : Astronomy Ambition : Accoun (ai Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize, F nd D (2, 3) 22 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD JOHN B. BRAWLEY " Commander " He has an eye for beauty. Hobby: Golf Ambition : Another Bobby Jones Football (2, 3) Soccer (1) Holy Cross JOHN J. BRENNAN, " J. J. " He stands above all the smoke and stir. Hobby: Skiing Ambition : Chemical ngineer q yx ' Cadet Second Lieutenant Boston College ' SAMUEL J. BRENNAN, " S. J. " Look before yon leap. Hobby : Anything Goes Ambition : To play monopoly Cadet Captain Match Club Track (2) Tennis (2) Boston College JR. JOHN J. BRODERICK, " Moxie " Bust the trusts. JOHN L. BROWN, " Brownie " A Regular felloiv. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Doctor Cadet Drum Majof Match Club Tennis (2) Track (2, 3) Football (4) Harvard ROBERT G. BROWN, " Brownie " Some people are dead that are zvalking about. v " Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Staff Individual prize Baseball (3, 4) Football (3, 4) Harvard % ft; WILLIAM E. BROWN, " Bill " The early bird catches the worm- Hobby : Boats Ambition: To own a yacht Aviation (1) Football (4) Track (4) Wentworth Institute JAMES E. BUCKINGHAM " Bucky " Life is just a boivl of cherries. Hobby : Bridge Ambition : Businessman Current Events Track (1) C. P. A. ERNEST J. BUCKLEY, " Uncle ' like work, play, and study Hobby : Football Ambition : Forester Current Events Chess Track (1) Forestry JOHN JOSEPH BUJNOWSKI " Jack " A spirit that impels. Hobby : Sports Ambitj«m : Btfsifu Fencinl BosflpnNi mYersity WILLIAM W. T. BURKE, " Bill ' As the case stands. Hobby : Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Track (1, 2, 3) Bentley ' s ROBERT BURNIM, " Bob " Every man is the maker of his qwn fortune. Hobby : Hockey and swimmjng Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet First Lieutenant Tennis (2) Bentley ' s KNGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 23 VINCENT BUSCANERA " Chess McGee " He aspires to spread his wings. Hobby : Wrestling Ambition : World ' s wrestling- cham pion Businessman THOMAS F. CADY, " T " There is a higher lazv than the Constitution Hobby: Golf Ambition : Lawyer Chess Club j ?r k r(1 cf kj y Boston College - V VINCENT T. CAMERON, " Vin " The lazv of heaven and earth is life for life. Hobby : Sewing Ambition : ERA foreman Athletic Captain (4) Current Events (1) Track (2, 3) ELMORE M. CAMPBELL, Red " Live and let live. J Hobby : Sports Ambition : Doctor Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1, 2) Room Councilor (2, 4) Athletic Captain (3) Mathematics Stamp Alumni Committee Library Corps Tennis (2) Track (3) Baseball (4) Boston College ARTHUR CANARIS, " Casanova ' All nations call him great. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Politician Track (1. 2) Baseball (1, 2) Northeastern AMERICO CAPUTO, " Drock " Tiny zvhcels turn mighty cogs. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Boston University ANTHONY CARIANI, " Carry " Men arc not measured by inches. Hobby : Music Ambition : Engineer Honor Roll (2) Cadet Captain Northeastern HAEL EDWARD F. CARROLL, " Eddie " Turn over a new leaf. Hobby : Talking about cars Ambition : Diesel Engineer Track (4) U. S. Diesel Engineering School RICHARD E. CARVILL, " Dick " Calm and collected. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Navy Air Service Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize, P2 Honor Roll (2) , Track (3) Annapolis LOUIS ALFRED CASALE, " Lou " All I ask is to be left alone. Hobbies : Swimming, Baseball Ambition : Stenographer Business JAMES T. CASEY, " Jimmy " To be or not to be — That is the question. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Journalism Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) H. R. Spelling Champion (2) Room Councillor (3, 4) Lawrence Prize in F. and D (2, 3) Business 24 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD JOSEPH A. CASTIGXETTI " Duke " And then he sang. Hobbies : Swimming, Crooning Ambition : Politician Cadet First Lieutenant Baseball Honor Roll (2) Spelling Bee (2) Northeastern GEORGE CATAVOLO " Master Mind " Knowledge is power. Hobby : Radio set building Ambition : President Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize. 13 ( ' 35) WINSLOW J. CHADWICK. " Win " Up and quit your books. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : President Boston University PHILIP A. CHAPMAN, " Law is a bottomless pit Hobby : Sports Ambition : Lawyer Cadet Second Lieutenant Room Treasurer CL 3) Individual Prize Drill (3) Camera Club (2) Chess Club (4) Boston University LaSy School Phil ' a v Sphc JOSEPH D. CHARXEY. " Chink 1 A zvord to the wise is sufficient. Hobbies : Art and Journalism Ambition : Reporter Business ARTHUR H. CHECHAMES " Cheeky " Rome teas not built in a day. Hobbies : Forestry and Basketball Ambition : Engineer Cadet Captain Track Northeastern 1 % fee! 3 JOHN A. J. CHLUDZINSKI " Moose " He never bats an eye. Hobby : Sleep Ambition : Politician JOHN J. CLEARY, " Johnny " stand for judgment — shall I have it? Hobby : Sports Ambition : Business Current Events Club (2) Baseball (2. 3, 4) Football (2, 3, 4) William and Mary FRED F. CLEMENTS, " Freddie Give me my just glory. Hobby : Bowling Ambition : Military Offiicer Regimental Sergeant-Major Individual Prize Winner (3) Football (2. 3, 4) Track (2, 3) ( Baseball (3. 4) V j Fisher Business College JOSEPH P. CLINTON, " Joe Greatness knoivs itself. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Accountant Business CORNELIUS D. COHAN. " Connie " Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Hobby : Yachting Ambition : U. S. Coast Guard U. S. Coast Guard Academv HYMAN M. COHEN, " Red " Speak when you ' re spoken to. Hobbies : Wrestling and Fishing Ambition : Attorney-at-Law Cadet First Lieutenant French Club (President, ' 34) Swimming » e st Debating Che M ating v . s i s t. r ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD JOEL COHEN, " Tiny " A most amiable elephant. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Teacher Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2, 3) Room Treasurer (2) Orchestra (2, 3) Track (4) Football Harvard ROBERT COHEI lllio laughs Friday 1 Bob " Sunda y. DONALD G. COLLEY, " Don " Necessity knozvs no laiv. Hobby: Shooting Ambition : Chemist President, Blue and Blue Rifle Club B. B. R. C. (3.4) Boston University NICHO NDURAS splits iurnalist . lvidual Priie Winner (2) Home RooniSpelling Bee Champion Alabama MILTON M. CONLIFFE " Conny " First in fif ht and every graccful dcf$. Hobby : Fencing- Ambition : Doctor Fencing Club yjy- i , Chemistrv Club L ili ' iL Debating Team P t A f I Current Events J(y J Fencing Harvard JOHN CONNOR, " Smokey " All thiiu s I thought I knnv; but noiv confess The more I know I know, I know the less. Hobby : Lover Ambition : C .P. A. Track (1, 3, 4) Football (3, 4) Bentley ' s 1 1 r 25 THOMAS R. CONNOR, " Ike Here comes my ponderous lord. Hobby : Selling car checks Ambition : G-man Cadet Second Lieutenant Stamp Club Track (1, 2) Northeastern University GERARD F. COOK " Cookie, " " Jerrvj " The captain and the kings de Hobby: Music Ambition : Dentist Staff Captain Athletic Captain (1, Aviation Vice-comn and f (2) Track (1 Temple U JOHN D. COPPOLA " Johnnie Cop " Justice will triumph. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Priesthood Boston College ARTHUR D. COPSON, " D The race is run. Hobby : Debating Ambition : Author-Journalist Cadet Captain Secretray (3) President (4) Library Corps Member Alumni Committee Honor Roll (1 2) Student ' Council and Room cilorVK Chemistry- ' Debating Team Amherst College . A. " r-Journalist Coun- ARTHUR FRANCIS COUGHLIN " Art " Here lies one whose name zvas writ in zvater. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Journalist Cadet First Lieutenant Room Councilor (2) Room Captain (4 ) Baseball (3, 4) Holy Cross THOMAS A. COX, " Red " Such a fellow that he will have no sovereign. Hobby : Fishing Ambition : Teacher Lawrence Prize in F. and D " J £2] Boston College 6 9 26 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECOK CRONIN, " Jerry ' not always zvise. JE CI Hohity : swimnling Ambition : Dojnor Cadet Second Lieutenant Camera Club ( 1 ) Boston College RICHARD P. CROSBY, " Bin Oh, for the life of the sea. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Teacher Bowdoin College JOSEPH F. CROWLEY. " Joe " Give your decisions, never your rea- sons — your decisions may he right your reasons are sure to be ivrong Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Chemist Fencing Track College JOSEPH I. CROWLEY. " Iggy " Far from the maddening crowd ' s ignoble Strife. Hobby : Sleeping Ambition : President Honor Roll (2) Business College THOMAS J. CUDMORE. " Cuddy Only this and nothing more Hobby : Baseball 0 j ) Ambition : Sports Wr rer Athletic Room (Janwiu (- K Track L «r jtf n Baseball 4) I )V Football 9My k n NT Boston Co11 WILLIAM E. CUMMINGS, " Bill " Be careful ichat you sax abpJlt South Boston Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Teacher Aviation Club CI. 2) Orchestra (2. 3, 4) Track (3) Bridgewater State No GHAM JOHN F. CUNNINGHAM, " Gus " Happiness seems made to be shared. Hobby : L Street Bath House Ambition : To travel far Cadet Captain Room Treasurer (3) Track ' Football THOMAS F. CUNN " Cunny " As a football player I ' m the King: With many helpers in my ring. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Business Alan Track (2) Football (4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Holy Cross RICHARD B. DALEY " Dick, " " Buddy " Is there a doctor iu the hones ' ' Hello. Hobby : Sports, Chefs Ambition : Doct Chess Club Track (2) Hockey (3. 4) Mass. State JAMES A. DALY, " Jimmie " Little strokes fell great oaks. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Coach First Prize Drill (2) Second Prize Drill (3) Chess Current Events Mathematics Football (3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Track (3) Sgulj e nTiSethodist DANA. " Red " Tf you judge, investigate ; if you reign, command. lobby : Sports Ambition : Doctor Harvard ARTHUR D ' AVELLAR, " Artie " To have a friend, one must first be one. Hobby : Athletics Ambition : Merchant ENGLISH hk;h school record 27 FRANCIS J ' BEGA " Toehead " You Btand ln your men light. Hobby : Football, Swimming, Eating Ambitidn : Engineer, also 63 home- runs .j First PiuK in Drill Ebotbatf(4) aselftfl (4) WILLIAM J IIS icHjiun 4-it } I Hjjbbv : A ( si and stamps A ZI, " Billy ' v of nations. frb tiijji rMlusician a (b) ht EvWnts Club e v England Conservatory of Music WILLARD F. DE LUE. " Will " One for all and all for one Hobby : Reading- Ambition : Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Chemistry Club Current Events Track (4) Boston College JOSEPH DE MINICO, " Joe " IVhcu I leant work done, I do it. Hobby : Swimming College DENNIS E. DENNEHY, " Denny ' Let us have peace. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Clerk Cadet Lieutenant A Business College GEORGE DERANY, " Shorty " As happy as the day is long Hobby : Singing and Dancing RALPH J. DE ROSA, " Doc " Much ado about nothing. Hobby : Horseracing Night School JOSEPH J. DEYINE, " Dodo Virtue finds a hiding place in m Hobby : Sports Ambition : Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Individual Prize. Wentworth 1 JAMES M. DEVLIN, " Mar They shall not pass Hobby : Running Ambition : Teacher Chairman of Dance Committee Track (3, 4) Huntington SALVATORE V. DICARA " Sammy " Life ' s too short to worry Hobby : Reading and Music Ambition : Business Cadet First Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in F. and D. Honor Roll (3) Orchestra (1. 2, 3, 4) Boston University VICTOR DICK. " Dick " My mind to me a kingdom is. Hobbv : Chemistry, Music Ambition : To be a chemist Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2 Individual P Lawrence P Industrial Chemistry CHARLES E. DIEHL. " Charlie ' When found, make a note of. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Accountant Assistant Manager Track (JS. 4) Assistant Manager Basdiall ) Boston University 28 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD MEENA S. DIMITREY " Butch, " " Cream of Wheat " Still waters run deep. Hobby : Singing and Dancing Ambition : Crooner, Professional Dancer F. and D. Prize (2) Honor Roll (2) (juuu jcuuws. JOSEPH DI NATALE, " Joe Dee " A king of good fellows. Hobby : Bowling Ambition: Surgeon) Cadet Basebaf Track (i; Football Univ. of Nvtre Dame LEONARD D. DI PIETRO " Lenny " Laiv is order % Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Engineering Cadet Lieutenant E. H. S. Chess Clu Mass. Inst, of Tech DOMENIC G. D ' IPPOLITO " Dippy " A man with great aspirations. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : Business Cadet Lieutenant Track (3, 4) Boston University ANTHONY F. M. DISTEFANO " Tony " The simple things in life are best. Hobby : Wrestling and Chess Ambition: Surgeon Cadet Second Lieutenant Alumni Committee i Pres. of E. H. S. Chess Club -. 1 Captain of Chess Team (4) Middlesex College 0 ( DONALD J. DIXON, " Don " love myself, for no one else will. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Aeronautics Cadet First Lieutenant Rifle Team (2. 4) Mass. Inst, of Tech. 1 ■mm J fZ J 4 VINCENT deP. DIXON. " Vin " That schoolgirl complexion. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Mariner Aviation Club (2, 3, 4) Chemistry Club (3) Mass. Nautical School BERNARD F. DOHERTY, Jr. " Barney " A little man with big ideas. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Lawyer Boston College JOHN F. DOHERTY, " Jacky " A mother ' s pride; a father ' s joy. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Aviator Track Business JAMES P. DONNELLY, " Jim ' I almost lost out on it. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Accountant Track (4) B. U. School of Bus. Adm. JOSEPH P. DONAHUE " Don " Hitch your wagon to a high aim. Hobby : Blind Dates Ambition : Movie Actor Univ. of Southern California BERNARD DONOVAN, " Dunnie " Make hay whilt the sun shines. Hobby : Tennis, Hockey, Baseball J Ambition : Sports Reporter - Room Counsel • Third Prize in Prize Drill vO " — ' fs r ( R A (3) w y Baseball (3) T B. U. School of Bus. Adm. »T Of ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD WILLIAM A. DONOVAN, " Bill " Early to bed makes him healthy. Hobby : Golf Ambition : Lawyer Football Baseball Holy Cross ARTHUR M. DOUCETTE, " Pave " Look for the hidden rj Hobby: Sports ' - Ambition : Mechanical Cadet Captain -Jf Track (2) - f Of Football (3, 4) 1 V Hockey (2, 3, 4) FREDERICK WARREN DOW " Rowdy " Cool, calm, and collected. Hobby : Sailboating Ambition : Officeholder Cadet Lieutenant Secretary-Treasurer of the Senior Class President of the Current Events Club (4) Honor Roll (3) Current Events Cub (2, 3, 4) Chemistrv Club (3) Debating Club (3) College JAMES B. DOWDY, " Do Do " A most fastidious person you appear. Hobby : Football Ambition : Musician Cadet First Lieutenant N. E. Conservatory of Music JOHN H. DOWLING, Hitch your wagon to a Hobby : Sports Ambition : Teacher Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2, 3) Room Councilor ( Library Corps Seer Baseball Boston College JOHN J. DOWNING, JR., " Jawn " Women delight me. Hobby : Keeping New Year ' s Reso- lutions. Ambition : Aeronautical Engineer Class Spelling Award (2) - film. % EDWARD DRAPER, " Bud " The reward of doing a thing zvcll is f to have done it. Hobby: Music Ambition : Civil Engineer Asst. Advertising Manager, Record Stamp Club (2. 3) Mass. Inst .of Tech. FREDERIC LEO DRISCOLL " Fred " And there is ev ' n a happiness That makes the heart afraid. t . Hobby: Golf « ' Ambition : Teacher Honor Roll (1) Current Events (2) Track (1, 2) ) Boston College rrowr Live . v. JOSEPH F. DRISCOLL, " Joe " Why think of tomorrow? Live for Today Hobby : Politics Ambition : Doctor Room Councilor (2) Executive Committee (A) Honor Roll (1) Current Events Club ' Debating Boston College ALFRED S. ALPERIN " Wee Willjf Swiftly hasNil Hobby: Horses his course. WILLIAM M. DUNDON, " Bill ' Who knows what the morrow may bring. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Sports Writer Camera Club Football (2) Track (3) Holy Cross STANLEY J. EBB, " Hank " As the tide gocth, so I Ebb. Hobby : N avigation Ambition : Diplomatic Service Room Treasurer (3) Rfxord Staff (3) Business Manager Rfxord (4) Circulation Manager Rfxord President Math Club (4) Baseball (3, 4) Football (3) Tufts 30 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD IRWIN E Discretion Hobby : S Ambition : Record ,Sj.a Vice-President President Fipflch Chemistf5 Jnub Current events Culb (3) M KWub (4) Traik ' Team (1) TJebating Team (4) Northeastern HENRY E Silence is truly? go)denr Hobby : Music Ambition : C. r. Cadet Captain Honor Roll IA Hofcb| ttj4l(eryie . Stapi A in Wi fin: journalist Jyuppalism JOSEPH EVANS, " Joe " A penny for your thoughts Hobby: Football Cadet Captain Athletic Captain (2) Bentley School EDWARD J. FALCIONE " Falcy " Hobby : Driving Ambition : Banker Cadet First Lieutenant Boston College PAUL J. FARQUHARSON " Sparks " Ambition : Crooner Stamp Club Baseball (2) Track (2, 3) DUNCAN M. FERGUSON " Dunky " Fortune favors the brave. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Lawyer Track (4) Baseball (4) ANTHONY T. FERRIS, " Tony ' Going home? Hobby : Camera Snapshots Ambition : Businessman Cadet Captain PAUL F. FERRIS. " Swimpy " All men are poets at heart. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Ballplayer Two Spelling Medals Journalism ROBERT M. FINE, " Bob " English High . . . the milestone on the road to success. Hobby : Sports Ambition : To be a success Cadet Captain Track (3) Hockey (3) Univ. of Alabama WILLIAM FINE, " Bill " The world is like a stage. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) Vice-President Math. Club Math. Club Chemistry Club Univ. of Kentucky GERARD F. FINNEGAN, " Jerry ' Play me a song. Hobby : Sailing Ambition : To go to sea Coast Guard ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 31 ALBERT E. EIORE, " Al " Ornament of a meek and quiet jgirjt. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : To be a suggest Track (2, 3, 4) Make money HENRY FISTEL, " Fisty " Rome ' was not built in a day. Hobby : Driving fast Ambition : Lawyer Nortbeastern Univ. DANIEL J. FITZGERALD " Danny " Music hath its charms. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Dancer Baseball WM. JOHN FITZGERALD " Fitzy " pays to advertise. Hobby : Skating Ambition : Advertising Expert Cadet Lieutenant Chemistry Boston University LEO F. FITZPATRICK, " Fhz Let us then be up and doing. Hobby : Stamp Collecting Ambition : Journalist Cadet Second Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in F. and D. (3) Bentley ' s JEROME £) fQCtO, " Bud " B hysclf. Hobby: BoaJ AmbitiiiW Cnemist or Engineer rack 4) s. Inst, of Tech. 4 % J FRANCIS L. FLEMING, " Razzo " Einstein has nothing on him. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Civil Engineer Math Club Camera Club Baseball (4) Football (4) Track (3, 4) Northeastern Univ. STEPHEN D. FLORINO, " Steve ' : Progress with your ideas. Hobby : Sports. Ambition : Engineer £1 EUGENE O. FOLEY, " Gene " , The early bird catches the worm. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Business Athletic Room Captain Current Events Club Track (4) Holy Cross THOMAS J. FOLEY, " Dapper " United we stand; divided zve fall. Hobby : Art Collections Current Events Club Stamp Club Mathematics Club Track (1, 2, 3) Football (1, 2) Certified Public Accountant THOMAS E. FORD, " Model T " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Aviator Cadet First Lieutenant Room Councilor (2) Stamp Club (2, 3) Rifle Team (3, 4) Baseball (2) Univ. of Southern California EDWARD J. F. FOWLER " Chicken " The first shall be the first, the last shall be the last. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Banking Cadet First Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in E. Honor Roll (2) Track (1, 2, 3) Bentey School of Accounting ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD WILLIAM R FREDERICK " Duke " Hail fellow, well met. Hobby : Horse Racing Ambition : To own a racing stable Cadet First Lieutenant Vice-President Stamp Club (2) President Stamp Club (3, 4) Aviation Club (1) Stamp Club (4) Rifle Team (3) DANIEL L. FREEDMAN " Danny " Whistle and she ' ll eome to you. I lobby : Stamps Ambition : Chemical Engineer Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2, 3) Dance Committee Stamp Club (2) Track Team (2, 3) Track Letterman (2) Mass. Inst .of Tech. HYMAN R. FREEDMAN, " Hy ' All ' s Well that ends well. Hobby : Autograph Ambition : Advertising- Boston University JACK FREEDMAN Bczvarc of the silent one. Hobby : Skating Cadet First Lieutenant Honor Roll (I) Boston University BENJAMIN S. FREEMAN " Ben " igh no more, ladies, sigh no more. Hobby : Boxing Ambition : Aeronautical Engineer Honor Roll (I) Boxing Club Boxing Team Worcester Tech. EDWARD F. FULLER, " Eddie ' Look for the hidden truth. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Successful Cadet Captain Room Treasurer (3) Individual Prize W inner (1, 2) Boston University PAUL H. GARBER, " Slick " Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings. Hobby : Journalism Ambition : To leave my first million to E. H. S. for new lockers. Cadet Captain STUART L. GARR, " Stuie " They say miracles arc passed. Hobby : Reading Sports Ambition : Pharmacist Mass. College of Pharmacy ERNEST GERAIGERY, " Jerry " Time will explain it all. Hobby : Music Ambition : Civil Service Work Business School Cadet Captain MORRIS GERMANIC The dignity f£fT :ilcn Hobby : Music Ambition Cadet Ca LOUIS W. GIBELLI Live and learn. " Mad Chemist " world is yours. JULIUS GILDER, Study hard and the Hobby : Chemistry Ambition : Teacher Cadet First Lieutenant Mass. State Teachers ' College ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 33 MATTHEW THOMAS GILL " Matty " Only this and nothing more. Hobby : Catching minnows Ambition : Fill Cunningham ' s shoes Football (Manager, ' 35) Trac k Team ( ' 32) Catholic University of America SALVATORE M. GIORGIO, " Sal " Thou must . . . He says, " I can! " Hobby : Swimming Ambition: Instructor Northeastern JOSEPH WILLIAM GLENNON " Ginger Snaps " Give me an audience. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : Dance Master Boston University PAUL E. GLYNN, " Banker " A man after his ozvn heart. GERALD G. GOFFIN, " Jerry " A mother ' s pride: a father ' s joy. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Physician Harvard JOHN H. GOL, " Harry " What ' s in a name? 3 f J? " 4 k ft 1 RICHARD J. HAVERTY, " Dick " Let me be a friend to man. MAURICE I. GOLDEN, " Squee " Give me liberty or give me death. Hobby : Photography Ambition : Research Chemist Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) Lawrence Prize in F. and D (2, 3) Chemistry Club Camera Club Math Club (President) Fencing (2, 3, 4) M. I. T. LIONEL SANFORD GOLDMAN " Li " love myself, for no one else will. Hobby : Horseback Riding Ambition : Actor Cadet Lieutenant Dental School LOUIS GOLDMAN, " Lou " Hobby : Stamp Collecting Ambition : Finding a stamp worth something Stamp Club (1, 2) Track (1, 2) School of Pharmacy THOMAS J. GORDON, JR. " Moon " A little work, a little play. Hobby : Shaking hands with promi- nent people Ambition : U. S. " G " Man Room Treasurer ( 1 ) Room Councilor (3, 4) Athletic Captain (2) Student Council (4) Alumni Committee (4) Honor Roll Committee (Ch ' rm ' n (4) Inspection Committee (Chairman (4) Election Committee (4) Baseball (3, 4) Football (1, 3, 4) Track (4) St. John ' s Prep CHARLES J. GORDON, " Charlie " Hobby: Music Ambition : Math. Teacher Boston University Cadet Capt. (Band) Individual Trumpet (3) 34 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD JOSEPH L. GORHAM, " Barney " Cudgel thy brains no more. Hobby : Cross-word Puzzles Ambition : Civil Service Rifle, Debating, Chess Teams Track Baseball Football Hockey Annapolis RUSSELL GOULD, " Rusty " The world is a comedy to those that think. obby : Sports mbition : Physician Cadet Second Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in F and D (2) Chemistry Club Camera Club Math Club Tufts EDWARD T. GRABSKI. " Eddie ' Always ready to do his hit. Hobby : Stamp Collecting Ambition : Radio Technician Aviation Club R. C. A. Radio School SIDNEY GREEN, " Soupy " Vanity of vanities; all is vanity. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Census Taker Cadet Lieutenant Kibitzer (1st Prize, 4) Football (2, 3) Track (2, 3) Baseball (2) Un iv. of Alabama LOUIS GROLNIC, " Lou " Brain him with his lady ' s fan. Hobby : Athletics Ambition : Accountant Boston University ALEXANDER J. GRYGLIK, " Al ' The king of good fellozvs. mm- 2 V a4 DOMINIC F. GUERRIERO " Warrior " almost lost out on it. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Happy Family CARMEN A. GUMIN A On wings of the wind. CHARLES V. HAAS, " Charley ' A zvord to the wise is sufficient. Hobby : Cartooning Ambition : Politician Record Staff Northeastern WALTER W. HACKENSON " Hack " Hobby : War Relics Ambition : Government Position P. O. Department Stamp Club Rifle Team FRANCIS J. HAGNEY, " Hank " He is a merry desperado. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Policeman Success 7 EDWARD W. HAGA R, " Edjaca A little goesl a long wa Hobby : S imniiog i Ambition lihm ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 35 WILLIAM HALE. " Bill " Everything comes to him who waits. Current Events (2, 3) Cadet Lieutenant Football (2, 3) Track (1) Baseball (3) Holy Cross RALPH G. HALEY Hobby : Reading Ambition: Business Man JAMES H. HAMMOND, " Ham " Hitch your wagon to a high aim. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Lawyer Cadet First Lieutenant Lawrence Prize (3) Suffolk Law School DONALD J. HANDLEY, " Don " Wearing his wisdom lightly. Hobby : Athletics Ambition : Major League Baseball (2, 3, 4) Football (3, 4) Track (1, 2) Duke University 2 J ' S UWrLiN J. ri AIM Lc. I , SWlItV Look for the hidden truth. Hobby : Coin Collecting Ambition : Lawyer Room Captain (4) Current Events Rifle Track Suffolk Law School ROBERT BENEDICT HANRON Turn over a nczv leaf. Hobby : Bridge Ambition : Lawyer Room Captain (2) Current Events Debating Baseball (1) Football (1) Golf (2) Boston College X ROBERT D. HARDING, " Bob " Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Tennis Singles Champ Lawrence Prize, HI ( ' 33) Honor Roll (2) Tennis ( ' 33, ' 34) Northeastern GERARD A. HARRIS, " Algy " Woman delights me not. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Financier Room Treasurer Room Captain Football (3, 4) Baseball (3, 4) Bentley ' s School WILLIAM M. HARRIS, " Buster ' Of good qualities and a liberal education. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Journalist Columbia Track (4) Football (3, 4) RICHARD S. HART, " Dick " The verdict acquits the raven but Hobby : Sports Ambition: C. P. A. Bentley ' s Business School Cadet First Lieutenant Wimpy Jones Club of 107 Baseball (1) ROBERT J. HARTIGAN, " Bob 1 Two souls in one soul. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Journalist Bentley ' s Business School Wimpy Jones Club of 107 Track (1) Swimming (1) ROBERT C. HAUFLER, " Bob " think that I shall never see A poem lovely as a tree. Hobby : Canoeing Ambition : Chem. Engineer M. I. T. Room Treasurer Cadet Lieutenant Individual Drill Prize Wimpy Jones Club of 107 Debating (3, 4) 36 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD PAUL E. L. HEFRON, " Hef A still, small voice. JOSEPH R. HEGARTY, " Red " Give him C-O. Hobby : Flashy neckwear Ambition : Shorthand Expert Slippery Rock, Alabama Room Captain Room Counselor Individual Prize Wimpy Jones Club of 107 Football (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3. 4) Track (2, 3, 4) THOMAS B. HENEHAN, " Wiff " you liaz ' c terns, prepare to shed them now. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Business Boston University Wimpy Jones Club of 107 HOWARD HERSCOVITZ " Herscy " Music hath charms to soothe the sav- age beast, and therefore proper at a sheriff ' s feast. Hobby: Athletics Ambition : Accountant 1A Room Treasurer Room Captain Individual Prize Honor Roll (3) Camera Club Mathematics Club Stamp Club Chemistry Club Track (3) Football (3) Bentley ' s ROBERT N. HEWETT, " Duke " By all that ' s good and glorious. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Purple Packard or a per- fect jack-saw dive The Committee Business JEREMIAH W. HILL He that hath a beard is more than a youth. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Poster Artist Wimpy Jones Club of 107 9 ■ n ' % . W. BURTON HOLMES " Burt, " " Basher, " " Sherlock " Hobby : Athletics, Fishing, Hitch- Hiking Ambition : To be a great radio star Cadet Captain Univ. of Southern California ARTHUR JACK HONIGBAUM " Honk, " " Artie " Get your facts first, and then you cao distort ' em as much as you please. Hobby: Track J l+S J Ambition : Business t U J i Mathematics Club , - - " Chemistry Club ' Track Boston University JAMES L. HUGHES, " Jim, " All ' s well that cndf ,well Hobby : Sports Ambition : President Cadet Captain Honor RolL. ( Room Council Executive Xkmnllrtlee Executive G imniittee, Football Y3. 4) j4Jk (2, 3y4) Manager Baseball (4) Slippery Kock Normal at 23 Class Senior Class f ' Dew Drop " ngle drop. HERBERT HYMAN, " Shrimp ' 1 To the law and to the testimony. Hobby : Swimming, Boxing Ambition : Advertising Expert Fencing Club Baseball Track Boston University ENGLISH 1 1 Kill SCHOOL RECORD 37 RICHARD W. IRVINE, " Dick " The labour zvc delight in physics ' pain. Hobby : Photomicrography Ambition : Bacteriologist Chairman Song Committee Honor Roll (2) Camera Club Football (3, 4) Track (2) Baseball (4) Michigan State ANTHONY A. J. ISKRA, " Tony " know what I know. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Law Dept. Football Tennis Baseball (2, 3, 4) Alabama PAUL W. JACK, " Paul " Nothing ventured, nt jring gatlied. r " Sr Up and quit your books. Hobby : American coins, Riding, Swimming, Science Ambition : It ' s a secret ! Lawrence Prize in M2 Room Councilor Student Council Chemistry Club Current Events Club Mass. Inst .of Tech. THOMAS HOWARD JACKSON " Howie " Hobby : Boxing Ambition : To be a big business man and own a Ford Cadet Captain (Staff) Wrote Class Song Vice-Chairman Song Committee Baseball (4) Boston University HAROLD L. JACOBS, " Hal " A business with an income at its heels. Hobby : Music Ambition : Doctor Honor Roll (2) Chemistry Club Current Events Club Doctor ALGART C. JACOBSON, " Al " Let us do or die. Hobby : Driving Ambition : Engineering Cadet First Lieutenant Diesel Engines tit EDMUND J. JANKOWSKI " Jan " United zvc stand, divided we fall. Ambition : To be a man of honor and achievement Football Track (3, 4) Boston University 1 ARTHUR R. JOHNSON, " Art " Vain is the help of man. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Air Pilot Athletic Captain (2) Track (1, 2, 4) Rifle Team (4) Columbia LAWRENCE A. JOHNSON " Lar ry " Hobby : Autographs Ambition : Medicine Northeastern Medicine JUrilN ri. JUWr.5, jack, require One who loves his fcllozvincn. Hobby : Ping Pong Ambition : National Ping Pong Champ Cadet Captain Executive Office, Blue and Blue Rifle Club Blue and Blue Rifle Team (3, 4) Professional Ping Pong Player TUDOR JONES. " Jonesy " Great men arc not always zvise. Hobby : Swimming, Basketball Ambition : Business Bentley ' s ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD RICHARD GEORGE JOST Each mind has its own methods. Hobby : Boating. Motors Ambition : Industrial Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Individual Drill Current Events (2) Northeastern Industrial JOHN F. JUDGE. " Jackie " Men may come and men may go, but I go on forever. Hobby : Women Ambition : To own a Turkish Bath Honor Roll Baseball Wellesley College WILLIAM E. JUDGE, " Sleepy " Please read the chemistry marks. Hobby: Sports Ambition : To get a pension Cadet Lieutenant Room Treasurer (1. 2) Fencing (T. 2) Football (3) U. S. Coast Guard A. C. D. ARVO J. KAJAXDER. " K. J. " Earth is here so kind that just tickle with a hoe and she laughs with a harvest. Hobby : Mathematics Ambition : Teacher Honor Roll (1. 2 y 3) Lawrence Prize hyj 3 Tu, - r 1 I NATHAN " KANSKY, " Natie " tank I go home. Hobby : Sleeping Ambition : Night Club Owner Cadet Second Lieutenant Camera Club (2. 3) Chemistry Club (2) To see the Red Sox win the Pennant and World Series KAPLAN. " Cappy What shall be said of her? Hobby : Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Honor Roll (2, 3) Associate Editor. Record Current Events Club (2) Bentley ' s JULIUS KAPLAN. " Buch " Hobby : Photography Ambition : To reach the tpo Cadet First Lieutenant Current Events Club U. of North Carolina RALPH L. KAROL " Cookie. " " Dapper Dan " leaz-c my character behind. Hobby : Horses and Women Ambition : Doctor Cadet Captain Track (3) To travel to Chicago and Cincinnati SIMON LEONARD KATZ " Lenny " Woe to him . . . ' who has no court of appeals against the icorld ' s judg- ment. Hobby : Music Ambition : Pharmacist Cadet First Lieutenant Honor Roll (1. 2) Lawrence Prize in F. and D. (1) Record Staff (4) Stamp Club (1) Chemistry Club (4) Mass. College of Pharmacy THOMAS B. KEARNS. " Tom " Take another cupful! HARRY J. KEEFE. " Harry To bed. you retired banker. Hobby: Golf Ambition : Doctor Debating Club Tennis (3 Track (2) College ALBERT J. KELLEHER. " KelF Why should I worry ? Hobby : Swimming Ambition: C. P. A. Bentlev ' s Business School ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 39 JOSEPH J. KONAN, " Zeke ' ! He knows all . . . He sees all. RICHARD J. KELLY, " Dick " Himself a host. Hobby : Piano and violin Ambition : Lawyer Northeastern WALTER KELLEY, " Kel " Bezvare of the silent one. Hobby: Ping Pong Ambition : Millionaire Bentley ' s Track (1) LESTER A. KELLY, " Buster " London Bridge is falling down — Hobby: Dancing Ambition : Date-Nights Norwich University Cadet Captain Trick Squad Baseball d, 2) Football (4) JULIUS KENDALL, " Julie " He from whose lips divine pe rsuasion flows. Hobby : Aviation Ambition : Aeronautical Engineer College of Aeronautics Cadet Captain FRANCIS P. KESSLER, " Shorty " Hobby : Golf (j . Ambition: Architect ijJ Northeastern i Q flAA Track V BasebaJ M k ajLT ' , ' ADEEB KHOURY, " Deeby " Look before you leap. Hobby : Reading Ambition : Mail Clerk Business School MICHAEL J. KHOURY, " Mike " To bed, you retired banker. Hobby : Boxing Ambition: C. P. A. Bentley ' s WILLIAM P. KING, " Ajax " Here I come, tra-la, tra-la! Hobby : Piano Ambition : M. D. Harvard Cadet Lieutenant Current Events Club Mel " ioj MELVIN B. KLINE, Women delight) Hobby : Music Ambition Chefafct M. I. T. V Cadet Canta LawrKic H7rize jif F. ' and D. Chernjltrlub (President) Ms jKClub Aviation Club Current Events Club (V.-Pres.) 6? THOMAS P. KNOWLES, " Bull " It ' s the breaks that come and go. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Research Physicist Univ. of Chicago Current Events Club (2, 3, 4) Football (1, 2, 3) Track (1, 2) WESTLEY F. KOEHLER, " Wes " Live and let live. 40 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD ARTHUR N. KOULOPLOS " Artie " Only I will conquer the fair sex. Hobby: Basketball Ambition : Lawyer Northeastern Cadet First Lieutenant HARRY A. KOULOPLOS " Coule " As full of wit as an egg ' s full of meat. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Chemist Boston University ISRAEL KRUTE, " Ike " My mind to me a kingdom is. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Engineer Boston University French Club DOMENIC R. LA CAMERA " Dommie " Everything comes to him who ' waits. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Lawyer Suffolk Law School Cadet First Lieutenant Room Treasurer TREVOR E. LAMB, " Lamby " He laughs best who laughs last. fJj Hobby: Sports Ambition : Doctor Aviation Club (Vice Track (3, 4) Tuft: :k (3, 4) J qhs last. VI K 7 CHARLES C. LANE, " Charlie " We don ' t hear him, where is he? Hobby : Eating Ambition : Increase no. of meals Room Councilor (3, 4) Track (4) WILBERT R. LANNON, Modest, not shy. Hobby : Soccer. Camping Ambition : Pilot Debating Team Track (2) Baseball (3) West Point " Windy " dot , ANTONIO LAQUIDARA. " Tony " A new broom sivceps clean. Hobby : Music Ambition : Teacher Cadet Lieutenant Bridgewater Normal w SALVATORE LA ROSA, " Sal " Oh for the life of the sea! Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Army Officer Cadet Captain Room Captain Football (3, 4) West Point GEORGE C. LARSON. " Bud " The sea. the sea, the beautiful sea Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Mechanical Engineer Northeastern FREDERICK LEAHY. " Fritz " Fate is with those who persevere. Hobby: Poker Ambition : School Teacher Current Events Club Rfxord Staff Baseball Football Track Boston College CLAIR W. LE BLANC, " Whitey Some people arc dead that are walking about. Hobby : Amateur Radio Ambition : Electrical Engineer YVentworth Institute ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 41 COLEMAN F. LEE, " Red " Absence makes the zvorld groiv fonder. Hobby : Swimming- Business School EDWARD LEE, " Eddie " The style is the man himself. Hobby : Photography Ambition : Aviation Cadet First Lieutenant F and D Lawrence Prize (2), 1A Individual Prize (2) M. I. T. ROBERT L. LEE, " Bob " Let us consider the reasons of the case — f or nothing is law that is not reason. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Lawyer Current Events Club Baseball Football Track Harvard LEO G. LEIBOVITZ, " Lebs Do as I say, not as I do. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Accountant Cadet Lieutenant Bentley ' s RALPH A. LEONE, " Flash ' 1 Good to the last drop. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Imitator Northeastern Track (3) HAROLD LEVINE, " Harry ' Silence gives consent. Hobby : Fishing Ambition : Lawyer Boston University ■ ;|T J © ; f m It if j 4a RUBIN L. LEVINSKY, " Ruby " iVo»e himself can be his parallel. Hobby : Hand Ball Ambition : Surgeon Literary Club Tufts Medical EUGENE P. LEVY, " Gene " Great oaks from little acorns groiv. Hobby : Swimming, Camping Ambition : Surgeon Cadet Second Lieutenant Current Events Club Debating Team Boston University GILBERT LICHENSTEIN, " Gil " You don ' t have to be a star to shine. Hobby : Music Ambition : Musician Cadet Lieutenant N. E. Conservatory of Music Individual Music Prize (3) CHARLES D. LITCHFIELD " Charlie " V as you dere, Sharlie? Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Priest Boston College RICHARD A. LITTLEFIELD Haste makes zvaste. Hobby : Basketball Ambition : Own a store Cadet First Lieutenant Business School SAMUEL L. LONDON, " Jack " Music hath its charms. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Civil Engineer Cadet Captain (Staff) Track (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Fencing U. of Southern California 42 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD LOUIS J. LO PILATO, " Lopie ' Whom the gods love die young. Hobby : Cross-word Puzzles Ambition : M. D. Tufts Cadet Captain Library Corps (3, 4) Dance Committee (4) Room Captain (2) Honor Roll Patrolman Room Councilor (1) Lawrence Prize in F and D (2, 3) Track (2) RICHARD E. LORD. " Dick " There ' s one born every minute. Hobby : Yachting Ambition : Naval Officer Annapolis Lawrence Prize (E2) Mathematics Club Chemistry Club Current Events Club Debating Team YITANTONIO A. LO RUSSO A man throughout. Hobby : Checkers Ambition : Business Man Boston University ARMANDO J. LUCARIELLO " Luke " Handsome is as handsome does. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Lawyer Tufts College Cadet First Lieutenant WILLIAM E. LUIPPOLD, " Lupe " Going home. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Engineer M. I. T. Cadet First Lieutenant Baseball (2, 3) Football (2. 3) ROBERT E. LYDIARD. " Bob " The first thing ive do, let ' s kill all the lawyers. Hobby : Amateur Radio Ambition : Radio Engineer Univ. of Maine Cadet Captain Baseball Football (2, 3) f f M JOSEPH F. R. MCCARTHY, " Jef " By medicine life may be prolonged, y et death zcill seize the doctor, too. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : to be successful Cadet Captain Mathematics Club Football (4) Track (3, 4) Annapolis JOSEPH J. MCCARTHY, " Mac " Discretion is the better part of valor. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Business Business Walter w. v. McCarthy " Pep " Think not of tommorroiv, today. V Hobby : Dancing Ambition : Olympics Athletic Editor, Record j Switchboard (3) 0 Track (1, 2, 3, 4) N Baseball (1,4) Georgetown Prep GEORGE A. McCORMACK, " Mac " Such suret compulsion doth in niusic lie. Hobby : Collection of old coins Ambition : Businessman Cadet Captain Room Captain (1) Room Treasurer (2) Boston University PAUL F, McDONOUGH " Mac, " " Macka " The great man ' s bearing, gait, ( eccentricities. Hobby : Fishing Ambition : Super salesman Track (2, 3) Boston University WILLIAM P. McDONOUGH " Mac " He ivho hesitates is lost. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Architect Current Events (2) Baseball (3) Boston College ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 43 william r. Mcdonough " Mac " He has to win a lasting game. Hobby : Winter sports Ambition : To succeed Mass. State LEO D. MacDOUGALL, " Sparky " Once attempted , go through wit it. Hobby : Travel Ambition : Success Cadet Captain Room Treasurer (2, 3) Track (2) Business JOSEPH M. G. McELANEY " Flash " A lofty aim is to be praised. Hobby : Music Ambition : Great pianist Football Track Conservatory of Music WALTER J. MacFATE, " Walla " The athetcs ' friend. Hobby : Collecting pictures Ambition : To be a Broadway column- ist Cadet Regimental Sergeant-Major Baseball (3) Football (3) Swimming West Point TIMOTHY M. McGILLICUDDY " Tim, " " Mac " attend to the business of other people, having lost my own. Hobby: Football Ambition : Banker Cadet First Lieutenant Alabama University JOHN H. McGILVERY, " Mac " Thou art nozv a man. Hobby :Cribbage Ambition : Businessman Business w iHHH 7 ARTHUR W. McGRATH, " Muggs " You foolish man, you don ' t even knoiv your own foolish business. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Drill Master Current Events Cub Norwich University CHARLES A. McGRATH, " Mas " Let a man practise the profession which he best knows. Hobby : Yachting Ambition : To graduate with Class ' 36 Camera Club (2) Aviation Club (2, 4) Mass. State College ALLAN M. McKENZIE, " Mac " Promise is most given when the least is said. Hobby : Stamps Ambition : To be successful Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in F. and D. (2) Ring Committee (4) Honor Roll (3) Mass. Inst, of Tech. JOHN E. MACKIN, JR., " Jack " Reading maketh a full man; confer- ence a realy man; and writing an exact man. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Teacher Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize in F. and D. Room Councilor (1, 2, 3) Student Council (1, 2) Chief Cheerleader (4) Switchboard (2, 3) Boston College george p. Mclaughlin " Cookie " Be noble in every thought. Hobby : Aviation Ambition : Army aviator Prize Drill (1st and 2nd prize) Track (1) Norwich University james h. Mclaughlin " Mackus " He will never set the world on fire. Cadet Captain ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD lUGHLIN. " Maxie " jau heals; nature makes well, f restling Politician Room Athletic Captain (2, 3, 4) Football (2, 3, 4) Suffolk Law JOHN F. Liv long John ' ILLIAM P. McNAMARA, -.Mac " Gqod nature covers a multitude of naught. Hobby : Delivering speeches Ambition : Governor of Massachusetts Athletic Captain (2, 3) Switchboard Operator (3, 4) Spelling Bee — Room Champion (2) Track (2) Football (4) Columbia JOSEPH F. McNEILL, " Mickie " He who has lived obscurely and quietly has lived well. Hobby: Working Ambition : To be a State Senator Football (4) Baseball (3) Alabama ALBERT L McNULTY, " A. J. " " Mac, " " Al " Each mind has its own methods. Hobby: Sports Ambition : To be a success Track (4) Baseball (4) Dartmouth CHARLES J. McPHAIL, " Red " Ambition has no rest. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Contractor Presient Senior Class Vice-President Student Council Captain football (4) Individual Prize (1, 2, 3) Athletic Captain (1, 2, 3) Room Councilor (4) Varsity Club Football (2, 3. 4) Track (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Hockey ( 1 ) Dartmouth 2 i , iv 9 HrT J, .fit Q 4Ur M % 1 J r 11 JOHN M. MADDEN, " Tuak ' Zealous but modest. Hobby : Fishing Ambition : Economist Room Treasurer (1, 2, 3) First Prize (Prize Drill) Track Bates Colllege WILLIAM D. MAGNUSSON " Billy " Hope against hope, and ask till ye receive. Hobby : Reading Ambition : Columnist Cadet First Lieutenant Home-Room Winner, Spelling Bee Business CHARLES RUSSELL MAHAR " Charlie " Look before you leap. Hobby : Camping Ambition : Civil Engineer Cadet First Lieutenant Techncal School CHARLES F. MAHONEY " Charlie " When in doubt, do nothing. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Business Executive Cadet Captain Track (3, 4) Baseball (4) Business EDWARD F. MAHONEY, " J nl Ahvays ready to do his bit. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Architect Cadet Second Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in F. and D. (3) Current Events Club Mass. Inst, of Tech. ABRAHAM MALMAD, " Abe " There is no rose without a thorn. Hobby: Canoeing Ambition : Osteopathic Physician Cadet Second Lieutenant Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Lawrence Prize in G2 Surgeory ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 45 GEORGE T. MALOOF " Woof Woof " Money in the hand and in the pocket. I lobby : Sports Ambition : To beat " Danno " Football (2, 3, 4) Harvard FRANCIS D. MANNING, " Frannie " Mighty as can be. Hobby : Reading College JOSEPH V. MANNING, " Gus " Give thy thoughts no tongue. Hobby : Making noise Ambition : Priest Cheerleader Chief Switchboard Operator Boston College WILLIAM MARGOLIS, " Margy " Never spit against the wind. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Lawyer Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize in E7 Spelling Bee School Champion (2) Honor Roll (3) Boston University STANLEY MARKOW, " Stan " Keep smiling. Hobby : Boating Ambition : Business Executive Cadet First Lieutenant Mathematics Club (4) Boston University WILLIAM H. MARTIN, " Bill " Nothing is impossible. Hobby : Sports Ambition : To get a job Business £3 s jK k ( 1 i ▲4 JOHN J. MASTERS, " Brokies ' Happy am I ; from care I ' m free. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Civil service position Cadet Lieutenant Business MITCHELL W. MATEIK " Mitchy " Hobby : Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Track B. U. or Bentlev ' s ALEXANDER EWICZ -i lover of Jhe threat outdoors Hobby : MoxlfJ A fplanes Ambition : J$Mi i Cadet LieutemfK; Honor Roll Lawrence Prize in History Lawrence Prize in Physics RALPH G. MEYER, " Rally " Where there ' s a will there ' s a way. Hobby : Sailing Ambition : To carry on successfully Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize in F. and D. (3) Current Events Club Aviation Club Riflle Team Swimming Team Track Mass. Inst, of Tech. E.H.S 19 IRVING MEYERS, " Red " Determination conquers all obstacles. Hobby : Golm Ambition : Aviator Cadet Captain (Staff) Chemistry Club Mathematics Club Baseball (3, 4) Brown Univ. LEO M. MILLER, " Bing " To be or not to be. Hobby : Horseracing Ambition : Teacher Cadet Captain Current Events Club (2) Track (1) Football (4) Boston University 46 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD JAMES G. MILWARD, JR. " Jimmie " Nothing is new under the su i. Hobby : Woodworking Ambition : Engineer Mass. Inst, of Tech. STUART O ' C. MINARD, " Stu " A KttJe ivorhAa little play. Hobby Biding Hprseback Amfetyipn: To dance like Fred Astaire H T Roluf?) Retom Tufc surer (2, 3) Foo bM v (2, 3, 4) Baseball (3, 4) Hockey (3, 4) CHARLES V. MINICHIELLO " Mini " Solitude and quietude. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : C. P. A. Bentley Accounting School ilXCENT JT MJ UGg QlJirnrny " Hobby : Dancing — . ( A iiAhijJ t ige rn g 4.1 FORD J. MISITE. " Fid " Patience and shuffle the cards. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Teacher Cadet Second Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in F. and D. E. H. S. Chess Club Current Events Club Mass. State Teachers ' College ROCCO M. MISITE, " Rocky " The simple things in life are best. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Diesel Engineer Cadet Captain Chairman of Picture Committee Honor Guard (3) Wentworth Institute o A. 1 )HN F. MITCHELL, " Mitch ' We like what we know of him. lobby : Boats ' Ambition : Teacher Vice-Presiednt of Class (2) Boston College PAUL V. MITCHELL, " Mitch ' Fair is foul, foul is fair. Hobby : Bookkeeping Ambition : To succeed Cadet First Lieutenant Athletic Captain Boston College JOSEPH MONAHAN, " Joe " Hail fellozv, well met. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Banker Honor Roll (1) Track CI, 2) Boston University WILBUR J. MOODY, ' Willie " The right bring counsel. Hobby : Swimming Ambition: Musician Track THOMAS J. MORAN, " Tommy " None but himself can be his parallel. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Aviator Spelling Bee (3) Room Councilor (3) Chemistry Club Aviation Club Track (I) Rifle (3) U. S. Naval Academy LOUIS MORGANTE, " Morgie " Walking life ' s sequestered path. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Successful Salesman Boston University ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 47 EDWARD S. MORRIS, " Stan " To what good thing can he be compared? Hobby : Chemistry Ambition : Chemist Track (1, 2, 3) Switchboard (3, 4) Boston College JOHN M. MORRIS, " Moe " Just another golf fiend. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Business Man Football (3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Track (1) Prep School JAMES G. MOSES, " Jimmy " Many receive advice, few profit by it. Hobby : Footbal 1 Ambition : Pharmacist Mass. Col. of Pharm. WALTER L. MOWLES, " Wally " Good wine needs no push. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Singer Football (2, 3) Mass. Agi. FREDERICK J. MUIR, " Fred " He will never set the river on fire. Hobby : Swimming Stamp Club Boston College EUGENE A. MURPHY, " Genie " Beware the Ides of March. Hobby : Camera Ambition : Government Service Cadet Captain Camera Club (2, 3) Stamp Club (1) Football (2) Track (4) Fencing (1) Rifle (2) Bentey ' s - w mm JOHN J. MURPHY, " Red " Wise to resolve and patient to perform. Cadet Lieutenant RICHARD MURPHY, " Dick " Greatness knows itself. JAMES J. MURRAY, " Red " The better the day, the better the deed, Hobby : Golf Ambition : Financier Camera Club Track (1 Football (2) Big Business WILLIAM L. MURRAY, " Lefty " Great men are not always wise. Hobby : Bowling Ambition : Lawyer Captain Baseball (3) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Fordham MILTON MYKYTOW, " Mykie " As proper man as ever trod. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Accountant Honor Roll (2„ 3) F. and D. (2) Library Corp Bentley ' s NICHOLAS L. NAJJAR, " Lefty " Always ready and willing. Hobby : Sports Cadet First Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Boston University 48 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD THOMAS E. NANOPOULOS " Nanny " We reap as wefjia Hobby: Art Ambition : Engineer Mathematics Club Rifle Team (3, 4) ' Mass. Inst, of Te SAMUEL NASSIF, " Sam " Just what the doctor ordered. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Accounting Cadet Lieutenant Bentley ' s WALTER E. NELSON, " Ozzie " Only the best arc chosen Hobby : Crooning Ambition : A Harriet Hilliard Cadet First Lieutenant (Staff) Honor Roll (3) Track (2, 3) Ore TSE ALBIE NGOK. " Albie Der " A still, small voice can always be heard. Hobby : Politics Ambition : Statesman College GEORGE W. NICHOLSON, " Nick " He has a thirst for knowledge. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Business Man Track (2) MORRIS NIERMAN, " Murray " Take all of vie. Hobby : Dramatics Ambition: To beat out C. Gagle Baseball (2, 3, 4) Track (2, 3) Univ. of Michigan 1 [ 3 WOW ' : 3 r WILLIAM J. NORTON, " Butch " He stands above the smoke and stir. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Big league baseball Athletic Room Captain (4) Track (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (1, 3, 4) College RUSSELL NOVELLO, " Red " Spare the rod and spoil the child. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Doctor Cadet Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in F. and D. (3) 1 Loner Roll (2, 3) Current Events Club (2) Library Corps , Harvard Medical WILLIAM still IEN, " Bill " ■wis deep. Joctir " ross College O ' CONNELL, WILLIAM V. " Ben, " " Okie " The little toy soldier is red with rust. Hobby : Homework Ambition : G-Man Football Notre Dame FRANCIS M. O ' DONNELL A hunter ' s moon, and a frozen stream. Hobby : Homework Ambition : To be the Mikado Cadet Lieutenant WILLIAM G. O ' HARE, " Red " All I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing sea rover. Hobby : Argumentation Ambition : U. S. Senate Room Councilor (4) Cheerleader . Ring Committee Notre Dame ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 49 NICHOLAS J. OLIVA. " Nick " Go west, young man, go zvest. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Government Service Track (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) RICHARD J. OLSON, " Dick " A little music now and then is good for the ! cst of men. Hobby : Sports Ambition: Olympics in 1944 Room Treasurer (3) Athletic Captain (1) Track Letterman (2, 3, 4) Football Letterman (4) Current Events Club (1) Track (1. 2, 3, 4) Football (3, 4) Dartmouth PAUL S. J. O ' NEAL, " Snack " Concerning their own merits, modest men are mute. Hobby : Chemistry Ambition : Surgeon Individual Drill Prize (2) History (2, 3) Chemistry Club (3) Ryan Club (Basketball) Football (2, 3. 4) Track (1, 4) Baseball (4) Harvard Medical HAROLD F. O ' NEIL, " Harry " am Sir Oracle Hobby : Traveling Ambition : To see the U. S. Reg. Sergeant-Major (3) Individual Prize Winner (2) Mass. N. G. Training School CORNELIUS P. O ' SHEA, " Connie " Discretion is the better part of valor. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Doctor College RALPH PAGLIUCA His eyes towars Inca ' s gold are turned. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Accountant Track (2) Boston University A. , ■ RAYMOND J. PALMER " Ray, " " Ding " No man is the iviscr for his learnings. Hobby : Skiing Ambition : Doctor of Osteopathy Chemistry Club Track Univ. of Maine DOMENICK A. PALMIERI " Dum " A zvet sheet and a flowing sea. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Civil Engineer Chemistry Club Track (2) Mass. Inst, of Tech. FRANK J. PANDOLFO " Pandy " A penny earned is a penny saved Hobby : Girls Ambition : Eye Doctor Cadet Captain Individual Prize (2) E. H. S. Boxing Club Optometry College WILLIAM W. PAUL, " Bumps " usficc will triumph. Hobby : Debating Ambition : Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Individual Prize (2) Debating (4) Law School CHARLES C. PENNEY, " Colonel " A member of honor ' s famous train. Hobby : Fishing Ambition : To catch a 6-pound bas§ Cadet Second Lieutenant x. Athletic Captain (1,2,3) .f Individual Prize (2) i Fencing (3) k Football (2, 3) Baseball (2 Track ( West Point (2, 3) 1 (2, 3, 4) JT ;i, 2, 3, nint v PAUL T. PERITO, " Jabber " He would seek knowledge of ai}, world. Hobby : Crooning Ambition : Nswspa Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll 2, 3) Track (2) Bryant 2tJ 50 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD CLEMENT PERKINS, " Clem " He will wander far to fo reign lands. Hobby : Prestidigitation Ambition : Instructing Springfield College PETER T. PETRONE " Piccolo Pete " Vex not his ghost. Hobby : Hockey Ambiiton : Draftsman Northeastern MORRIS PHILLIPS. " Phil " He ponders the miseries of man. Hobby : Radio Ambition : To see the world Lowell Inst. DOMENIC A. PINO, " Doc ' ! That school-girl complexion. Hobby : Boxing Ambition : Surgeon Cadet Captain E. H. S. Boxing Club Tufts Meical School ANTONIO G. POLICRONIS " Tony " I defy the dentists. Hobby : Chewing toothpicks Ambition : Skilled Mechanic Cadet First Lieutenant First Prize Individual in Bugle Honor Roll (4) Chess Club Track (2) Aeronautic School MORRIS J. POLNER, " Morry " The king of good fellozvs. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Cartoonist Track (2) To Make a Million HAROLD A. POWELL, " Happy " Speak wisely. Hobby : Sailing Ambition : To see the world Athletic Room Captain (1) Track (1, 2) Mass. N. G. Training School ' Dick " 7 s . RICHARD A. POWER Enough is equal to a fe Hobby: Golf Ambition : Bachelor Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1, 2) Individual Prize Room Councilor (2, 4) Room Treasurer (3, 4) Student Council (4) Lawrence Prize in F. and Lawrence Prize in A (1) Lowell Institute JAMES E. POWERS, " Frank " The early bird catches the Hobby : Censoring Copy Ambition: Editor of Esquire Cadet Lieutenant Eidtor-in-Chief Record (4) Record Staff (2, 3, 4) Mathematics Club (4) Chess Club (4) Chemistry Club (4 Track (2, 4) A 9 Football (4) Boston Collep fERS JOHN JOSEPH J. P " John " Eirst come, first served. Hobby : Sports President Varsity Club Football (3, 4) Track fl, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (3, 4) THOMAS J. POWERS. " Tom " Speak when you ' re spoken to. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : College Football Letterman (2, 3, 4) Track Letterman (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) ISAAC KRAGER, " Pinky " MoMcsf, not shy. Hobby f Colleqttyfe Rigns tion Engineer AmbWion CadetNJ.f Asst. B jsines Mass. Inst, of Aranagpr RecordI J ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 51 JOSEPH J. PRENDERGAST " Prendey " Nothing venture nothing gained. Hobby : Swiming Ambition : Business Official Assembly Speaker in E-7 Baseball (4) B. U. B. A. EDWARD F. PRESTON, " Smiler " Education paves the way. Ambition : Politician Honor Roll (2) Debating (4) ROBERT N. PRINCIPATO " Princie " Little by little the bird builds its nest. Hobby : Music Cadet Lieutenant JOHN A. PROVENZANO, " Al " Said and done. Done as soon as said. Hobby : Reading Ambition : Musician WILLIAM E. PURDY, " Bill " Music is the sweetest thing in life. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : Travel To be a success LLOYD C. PUSHEE, " Push " The summit is not too high. Hobby : Aviation Ambition : Pilot (3) of Rfxord (4) 4) Room Councilor Circulation Mgr. Rfxord Staff (3 Honor Roll (1) Track (2, 3) U. S. Senate t SYDNEY RAINE, " Slush " Confidence in yourself is half the battle. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : Advertising position Northeastern FRANCIS RALLO Greatness knows itself. Hobby : Skating Ambition : Accounting EDWARD T. RAYEL, " Eddy " Ride ' em, cowboy. Hobby : Sailing Ambition : To succeed in life Boston College FRED S. RAZOOK This business zvill never hold water. Hobby : Traveling Ambition : Accountant Bentley ' s RICHARD T. REALE, " Di Indeed, a proper ma Hobby : Swimming- Ambition : Travel Honor Roll (2, 4) Current Events Club Holy Cross LOUIS A. REED, " Louie " Hobby: Golf Cadet First Lieutenant Lawrence Prize in F. and D. (3) Room Treasurer 52 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD JAMES P. REILLY, " Rye " He zvho falters is lost. Hobby: Golf Ambition : Teacher Boston College JOHN T. REYNOLDS, " Johnny ' How oth I do. Hobby : Books Ambition : To make a million Camera Club JOHN J. RIDGE, " Flash " 77 is well to profit by the folly of others. Hobby : Horses Ambition : Lawyer Football (3, 4) Baseball (3, 4) Track (2, 3) College THEODORE RINGOLD, " Teddy ' Take me out to the hallgamc. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Chemist Northeastern ROBERT RODWELL, " Rod " Going my way? ROBERT H. ROMANOW, " Bob ' Good humor is ahvays a success. Hobby: Writing Ambition : Writer College Grit j S5 Ay i i ' t. LOUIS F. ROMANO WSKI, " Red " Fleet of foot, nimble of mind. Hobby : Books Ambition : Law Dramatic Club College SAMUEL ROSEN, " Rosie Every man is the maker of own fortune. Hobby : Hiking Ambition : Mathematician Honor Roll (2, 3) Secretary-TreasurerflMa Club (4) Mass. Inst, of Tech PERCIVAL C. SMITH, " Smitty " The sick man ' s friend. Hobby : Horseback Riding- Ambition : Doctor Lincoln University GENEROSO P. ROSSI, " Gene " I like work, play, and study. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Lawyer Cadet Captain Staff Track (1, 4) Baseball (1, 2, 4) Football Northeastern FRANCIE J. RUGGIERO, ' I trust in God, and my good Hobby : Ice Skating Ambition : Pharmacist ' College of Pharmacy Cadet First Lieutenant Honor Roll (1) MARTIN B. R ' Frank ' looks. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 53 JOHN J. RUSSO, " Jelly " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby: Baseball Ambition : Advertising Agent EUGENE TUDEN, " Danny " am " cvhat I am . . . So what? 1 lobby : Ping Pong Ambition : Business Cadet Lieutenant Stamp Club GEORGE RYAN, " Ducky " That schoolgirl complexion. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Surgeon Room Captain (1, 2, 3, 4) Football (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3) Boston College JAMES ROBERT RYAN, " Jim ' Come, sleep; O sleep, the certain knot of peace. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Instructor Football (3, 4) Track (2, 3) Baseball (2) Boston University JOHN SAKALAUSKAS, " Sak " Take a pill every three hours. Hobby : Acorn Collecting Ambition : Banker Bentley ' s JOSEPH SAKOWICZ, " Joe " I ' m telling you — not asking you! Hobby : Sports «- Ambition : To Travel Football (3, 4) • ' Track (2, 3, 4) Oxford i ft Jib ft .10. M m l ' 4f NASEEM SALEM, " Eddie " £fe zt ' ;o laughs last laughs best. Hobby : Traveling Ambition : Lawyer Cadet Lieutenant Track (2) College ABRAHAM SALESON, " Saxie ! Gay, but with dignity. Hobby : Music Ambition : Chemist Franklin Prize in F and D (3) Honor Roll (2, 3) Chemistry Lab. Asst. (4) M. I. T. THOMAS A. SALTAMACCHIA " Salty " Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Diesel En gineer Cadet Second Lieutenant Individual Prize U. S. Diesel School GEORGE SALTZBERG, Never spit against the Hobby: Art a Ambition : DoctAt , t Cadet First Lieu ei»i ' ft Room Treasurer JjK Current Events " Club Debating Team . Fencing Team ) Tufts College ' HARRY SAMOVITZ, " Sammy " What a plague to be too handsome. Hobby : Tennis Ambition : C. P. A. Honor Roll (3) Bentley ' s BERTE SANCHIONI, " Sanchy " Live and let live. Hobby : Amateur Radio Ambition : Doctor Camera Club Track Univ. of N. H. 54 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD HARRY M. SANDLER, " Legs " Many receive advice; few profit by it. Hobby : Athletics Ambition : Pharmacist Honor Roll (1, 2) Mass. College of Pharmacy JOSEPH M. SANGAILA, " Joe " Few things arc impossible to dili- gence and skill. Hobby : Athletics Ambition : Business Aviation Club Camera Club French Club Boston University BENEDETTO J. SAPIENZA " Undertaker " A sailor he would be. Hobby : Comedian Ambition : Designer MICHAEL A. SARNO " Little Bobo " Wanna buy a raffle ticket? Hobby : Keeping away from women Ambition : Lawyer U. of Southern California JOSEPH H. SAUNDERS, " Smoky " The wise man never loses his temper. Hobby: Swimming Ambition : Engineer Cadet First Lieutenant kf ' Honor Roll (3) Room Councilor r Fencing Club M. I. T. PHILIP N. SAVAGE, JR., " Doc " Something in his eyes. Hobby : Percussioning Ambition : A. B. Degree Cadet Lieutenant Track Football Chemistry Club Stamp Club Harvard Vi its ' If , it DOMINIC J. SCALCIONE " Scalci " never have sought the world. Hobby : Dramatics Ambition : Actor Cadet Second Lieutenant Dramatic Club Stamp Club Aviation Club Math Club Boston University JAMES SCANLAN, " Jimmy " Lost time is never found. Hobby : Stamp Collecting Ambition : C. P. A. Track (1, 2, 3) Baseball (3, 4) Football (4) Univ. of Alabama ANTHONY R. SCALA Woman delights n Hobby : Sports Ambition : M. D. Cadet First Lieut Track (2, 3, 4) College PHILIP J. SCANLAN, " Phil " Though angel on the outside. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Actor Football (1, 2, 3) Baseball (1, 2) Track (1, 2) Northeastern JOHN W. SCANLON, JR. " Johnnie " love myself, for no one else will. Hobby : Sailing Ambition : To Graduate Cadet Lieutenant Track (2, 3) Business School WILLIAM T. SCHMIDT, " Peewee " A man of his word. Hobby : Music Ambition : Success Cadet Captain (Staff) Track (2, 3. 4) Notre Dame ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 55 JOSEPH A. G. SCICCHITANO " Sheik " He stands above the smoke and stir. Hubby: Dancing Ambition : M. D. Honor Roll (2) Lawrence Prize (L2, L3) Boston College A. IRVING SEDERSKY, " Irv " Brevity is the soul of wit. Hobby : Automobiles Ambition : Automotive Engineer Diesel Engineering WILLIAM B. SEINIGER, " Bill " A genial fellow at all times. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : School Teacher Record Staff (Asst. Bus. Mgr. 3, Man. Ed. 4) Camera Club (2) Current Events Club (2) Boston University THOMAS SELVEY, " Toots ' ; won a noble fame. Hobby : Aviation Ambition : Electrical Engineer Cadet First Lieutenant Chemistry Club Rifle Team Northeastern JOSEPH SGARANO, " Skeets ' Giddap! Hobby : Boxing Ambition : Actor Georgetown University ALVIN HENRY SHAIRMAN " Al " He is true blue. Hobby : Model Airplanes Ambition: Aeronautfcal f-.tj} Cadet Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) Aviation Club a Camera Club«U M. I. T. UV 1 DAVID A. SHEA, " Dave " Education pays the way. Hobby : Philately Ambition : Electrical Engineer Cadet First Lieutenant Stamp Club Track (1) Dramatic Club (2) Amherst WILLIAM C. B. SHEA, " Bill ' Hobby : Running a Business Ambition : Travel Explorer Aviation Club (Commander) Switchboard Staff DANIEL L. SHEEHAN, " Dan " Who ' s afraid of a bold, bad man? Hobby : Sports Ambition : Bachelor Football (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3) Swimming (1) Notre Dame JOHN H. SHEEHAN, " Ike " Only the wise speak little. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Business Football (1, 2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3) Hockey (1) Stamp Club (2, 3) Notre Dame WALTER SHEPHARD, " Bill " came, I saw, and they conquered. Hobby : Checking Clothes Ambition : Civil Engineer Stamp Club Football (4) Baseball (1, 2, 3) Track (4) Notre Dame CORNELIUS C. SHERIDAN " Sherry " Life is just a bowl of cherries. Hobby : Roller Skating Ambition : Travel Record Staff (3, 4) Current Events (4) Track (2) Georgetown University 56 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD FRANCIS SHERMAN, " The Top " It pays to advertise. Hobby : Piano Playing Ambition : To be a success Cadet First Lieutenant (Staff) Individual Prize Winner (2) Current Events Club (3) Chess Club (1) Track (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3, 4) Football (3, 4) St. John ' s Prep JOHN E. SHERMAN, " Jake " He has to win a lasti)ig name. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Lawyer Law School Football (2, 3, 4) Baseball (2, 3) Track (2, 3) NATHAN He wh Hobby : Ambition M. I. T H. MURRAY SHIRO Non-committance is a virtue. Hobby : Mechanics Ambition : Electrical Engineer Math Club Track (Asst. Mgr.) Northeastern yt JOHN R. SHORT, " Chip " Our revels nozv are ended. Hobby: Reading Ambition : Doctor Cadet Captain Camera Club Football (2, 3) Medical School MAX SHOWSTACK, " Smokey " With determination and purpose. Hobby : Stamps anl Coins Ambition : Engineer Cadet Lieutenant Math Club Chemistrv Club M. I. T. ABRAHAM SHULMAN, " Abie " What shall, alas, become of me? Hobby : Stamps Ambition : C. P. A. Stamp Club Honor Roll (2) Bentley ' s IRVING SHULMAN, " Irv " know a trick worth two of that. Hobby : Fishing Ambition : Electrical Engineer Camera Club (Secretary, 3) Camera Club (President 4) Record Staff (4) Chemistry Club (2, 3) French Club (2, 3) Northeastern IRVING M. SHUMAN. " Irv " Oh! Had I the wirCgs of a dove. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Doctor Current Events Track (1) Harvard ALBERT B. SIAURIS, " Al " And still the ivonder grezv that one small head could carry all he knciv. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Physician Current Events Northeastern " Bill " WILLIAM F. SIEMS, JR., Deeds not words. Hobby : Boating fi Ambition : Chemical Engineer ' K Current Events Club • Kr Rifle Team (Vice-Pres.) y Northeastern HAROLD B. SILVERMAN, " Hal " Don ' t do today ivhat yon can put off ' til tomorrow. Ambition : Chemist Cadet Lieutenant M. I. T. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 57 GUY B. SIMEONE, " Sime " Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and ivise. Hobby : Composing- Ambition : To study at U. of Berlin Fencing (Manager, 4) CHARLES R. SKELLEY, " Jell-o " Hobby : Vivisection Ambition : To be a crooner Picture Committee (Vice-Chairman) Current Events Club Notre Dame THOMAS B. SLATER, " Tom " Let us rejoice while we are young. Ambition : Doctor Boston College HARRY M. SMALL, " Buddy " Small, but oh my! Ambition : Textiles Hobby : Stamps Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize in F and D (1) Room Treasurer (1, 2, 3) Math Club Record Staff Track (2, 3) Football (3) Business School MICHAEL J. SMITH, " Smittie " Morality is the power of endurance in man. Hobby : Swimming- Ambition : Storekeeper Current Events Club Bentley ' s WALDO H. SMITH Men may come and men may go; but I go on forever. Hobby : Fishing Ambition : Chemist Individual Prize M. I. T. 4 ' ' : :■- :U: ■ " Z. -- ,- : I 1 Sri • HERBERT W. SNOW, " Snowie " A neiv broom sweeps clean. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Railroading Cadet Captain Honor Roll (1) Baseball (1, 2) Bentley ' s WALTER J. SOKOLOWSKI " Sockie " A good heart keeps its course truly. Hobby : Airplane Modeling Ambition : Lawyer Cadet Second Lieutenant Football (3. 4) Notre Dame GEORGE P. SPIGEL, " Sprigely " Fools walk in where angels fear to tread. Hobby : Microscopy Ambition : Singer Chemistry Club Track Antioch College JOSEPH SPINELLI, " Muggsie " , The man of the hour. Hobby : Traveling Ambition : Artist " v College of Hard Knocks Debating Club Football (3, 4) Track 1 Knocks CHARLES A. STANLEY, Better late th Hobby : Music Ambition : U. Room Councilor (4) Room Captain (1) West Point THOMAS J. STANTON, " Tom " All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Millionaire Current Events Club (4) Chemistry Club (3) Track (1, 2) Univ. of Maine 58 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD SYDNEY STARR, " Sid " The buzzing of the bee. Hobby : Music Ambition : Big Business Bentley ' s A, } kT K STEIN, " Jake " . mother ' s pride; a jollier ' s joy. Theatrical Make-up Aipbjftionr: Stage ( add Captain ( Staff ) H ono ' Roll (1) Recj 6 Staff (3, 4) Room Treasurer (2, 3) Switchboard (3, 4) Track (1) Tbeatrical School FREDERICK W. STORER " Freddy " Himself a host. Hobby : Canoeing Ambition : Business Stamp Club (1) Baseball (4) Norwich JAMES C. SULLIVAN, " Sully " Oh, for the life of the sea. Hobby : Reading Ambition : Novelist Baseball (3) Track (2) Boston College JOHN F. SULLIVAN, " Finnie " Power lies dormant within him. Hobby : Birds Ambition : Electrician Room Captain (3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3, 4), Football (4) Boston MICHAEL J. SUMMA, " Mike " A f g for care and a fig for woe. Hobby : Football Ambition : Doctor Cadet Lieutenant Individual Prize (2, 3) Columbia ... nUKKm ▲ - 4 i ■ " A JAMES D. SUPPLE, " Jim " MW i ado about nothing. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : Newspaper Writing Dance Committee (4) Current Events Club (4) Football (Manager, 4) Track (Announcer, 3) Boston College WALTER J. SWEENEY, " Huck " A spirit that impels. Hobby : Collecting Stamps Ambition : Policeman Room Treasurer (1, 2) Room Councilor (3) Current Events Club (1, 2) Chemistry Club (3) Baseball (3) Track (1) Alumni Committee (Vice-Chairman) Stanford University JOSEPH W. SZOCIK, " Joe " Hour far that little candle throws its beam. Hobby : Checkers Ambition: C. P. A. Lawrence Prize in F and D (3) College JOHN A. TATSEOS, " Johnnie " Fair is foul, foul is fair. Hobby : W oodworking Ambition : Civil Engineer Cadet Lieutenant M. I. T. ALPHONSE J. TAURINSKY " Ajax " Silence is truly golden. Hobby : Theatres Ambition : Stage Room Spelling Champ (3) Football (2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3, 4) U. C. L. A. JOSEPH TAVADA, " Joe " Virtue is my model. Hobby : Reading Ambition : Lawyer Cadet First Lieutenant Harvard ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 59 SIMON G. TAVANO, " Sam " know what I know. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Track Room Captain (2) Individual Prize (2) Room Councilor (4) Track (1, 2) Columbia i HENRY TAYLOR, " Harry " A lover of the great outdoors. Hobby : Music Ambition : C. P. A. Boston University WALTER W. TAYLOR, " Walla " He makes a solitude and calls it peace. Hobby : Wrestling Ambition : C. P. A. Cadet Lieutenant Room Councilor (2) Bentley ' s ■M A - % JAMES TEFFT, " Jim " The game is up. Hobby: Radio Ambition : Radio Engineer College ' MM aL GEORGE T. THANOPULOS Let your conscience be your guide. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Accountant Track Baseball Bentley ' s -J ■ JOHN F. THORNTON, " Bud " Early to bed makes him healthy. Hobby : Sports Ambition : C. P. A. Switchboard (3, 4)1 Boston University A m m m ' 2. ANDREW J. TINGUS, " Andy " Everything I have is yours. Hobby : Photography Ambition : C. P. A. Camera Club Bentley ' s PETER L. TITUS, " Pete " Only I will conquer the fair sex. Hobby : Model Airplanes Ambition : Explorer Math Club College ' H REUBIN TOBIN, " Bobby " He zvho oives no debts is not poor. Hobby : Stamp Collecting Ambition : Ball Player Cadet Captain Lawrence Prize in F and D (2) Boston University JAMES M. TODD, " Toddy ' 1 Continual comfort in a face. Room Counselor (2) Room Captain (1) Alabama JOSEPH M. TOMMASINO A little apes a lona M. Hobby: SpprtT ktrf® Ambition: Hihil yJ V ' WILLIAM J. TOULIS Make haste slowly. Hobby : Radio Ambition : Electrical Engineering Cadet Second Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) M. I. T. 60 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD CHARLES E. TOW gE D Oh! for those wide op n spaces. Hobby : Churcb W ork ition v ' Krcdical Missionary- let -Captain tub THOMAS M. TRACY, " Tim " Fight hard, but keep clean. Hobby : Football Ambition : Banker Cadet Lieutenant Football (3. 4) Track (3) Alabama HUBERT C. TRAVERS " Hubie " Nothing is impossible. Hobby : Shoveling Snow Ambition : Make a million and be a bachelor Cadet Captain Honor Roll (3, 4) Lawrence Prize (3) Executive Committee (3) Alumni Committee (Chairman 4) Football (3, 4) Baseball (3, 4) Dublin University MARTIN V. TURKE, " Marty " Glorious is the power of the Art of Contradiction. Hobby : Baseball Ambition: C. P. A. Cadet Second Lieutenant Boston University NORMAN UMINSKY, " Curly " My ambition reaches towards the sky. Hobby : Fishing- Ambition : C. P. A. Bentley ' s OSCAR W y Be careful a ' |p- ]V Boston. Hobby : Dfavnng Ambitionj awyer r Cadet irst Lieutenant k Law School " Rudy " about South 3 % 4s ALEXANDER VASSILY, " Al " A face that never loses its smile. Hobby : Reading Ambition : Reporter JOSEPH V. VOLPE, " Joe " Honesty is the best policy. Hobby : Music Ambition : Musician Boston College GEORGE L. WALLACE, " Wallie " He has reason to fear no man. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Engineer Boston University HENRY C. WALLBANK, " Wally " Determination can move pionnta is. Hobby : Sports«y Arrab tioii rjaurjirafisrn Catt t- jjifeutepant Baseball (4) Boston Univ ' ersity HOWELL D. WALLEY, " Lefty " Play with fire and you ' ll get burned. Hobby : Woodworking Ambition : Sloyd Teacher Aviation (1) Baseball (4) COLEMAN F. WALSH, Live and let live. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Pharmacist Pharmacy School " Frank " ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 61 DAVID I. WALSH, " Walshie " A lofty aim is to be praised. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Naval Officer Cadet First Lieutenant Room Councilor (3) Annapolis j HENRY A. S. WALSH, " Harry " Who knows zvhat the morrow ivill bring? . . Hobby : Sports Ambition : Chemist U 1 f r ' Rifle Team J X A PATRICK E. WALSH. " Pat " Live to learn. Hobby Sports Ambition : Postal Clerk Civil Service Track (1, 2) Football (4) H. RAYMOND WARREN, " Ray " Solitude and quietude. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Theatrical Producer Cadet First Lieutenant Honor Roll (2) Harvard KENNETH L. WATSON, " Doc " Life is short, live it long and well. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Engineer Honor Roll (2) French Club Football (4) Track (2) Tufts BENJAMIN WAX, " Curly " Evil to him that thinks evil. Hobby : Debating Ambition : Lawyer Honor Roll (3) Baseball (4) Northeastern 1 BERNARD M. WAX, " Bernie " Good things conic small. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Engineer Cadet First Lieutenant Honor Roll (1) Track (1, 2, 3) Baseball (4) M. I. T. ABRAHAM N. WAXLER, " Al ' When in doubt, do nothing. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Accountant Cadet Second Lieutenant Boston University WILFRED J . WEARE, " Woffy " Show your vitality. Hobby : Walking Ambition : Sonambulist Lawrence Prize (F and D, 1) NORMAN S. WEINBERG, " Norm ' I ban tank 1 go horpsC K ' Hobby: Sports Ambition ( le rrj$fc4f Track (2 ' (4) ALBERT WEINER, " Al " He who laughs last, laughs best. Hobby : Hunting Ambition : Major League Ball Player Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2) Camera Club Track (2) Baseball (2, 4) Dartmouth GEORGE W. WENNERS 77 is better to remember. Hobby : Stamp Collecting Ambition : Doctor Cadet Captain Boston College 62 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD PAUL J. WEST, " Mae " The stately resonance of classic verse. Hobby : Basketball Ambition : U. S. Senator Record Staff (Financial Mgr., 4) Current Events Chemistry Club Baseball (3, 4) Track (1, 2) Football (3) Princeton STEPHEN WHELAN. " Sugar " He is one who is liked by all. Hobby : Running Ambition : Chemist Room Captain Football (4) Track (3, 4) Baseball (3) WILLIAM J. WHITE, " Pete " What ' s mine is mine. Hobby : Football Ambition : Lawyer Cadet First Leiutenant Hockey (3. 4) Track (3, 4) I )artmouth GEORGE C. WHITMAN, " Wimpy " His smile! Oh, boy! Hobby : Sleeping More Sleep Rifle Team (Vice-Pres.) ALLISTER R. WIGHT, " Al " He is not in the roll of common men. Hobby : Stamps Ambition : C. P. A. Cadet Second Lieutenant Business School FRANCIS A. WILLIAMS, " Buddy " Reliability and hard zi ' ork are my reasons for success. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Accountant Boston University JOHN J. WIEJKUS. " Johnny " Striving for the best. Hobby : Movies Ambition : To find happiness Tennis Business School WALTER L. WILLIAMS, " Will " You ' re with me, I knozv that. Hobby : Sports Ambition : A Good Athlete Aviation Club Track (2, 4) Football (4) Baseball (4) Bates College JAMES S. WINGA matters not how Ion Hobby : Playing Piafio Ambition : Minister French Club Debating Club Boston Ctniver CHARLESNg. WOLFE, " Brotl Be sthre pf what yon say Hobby : GolKj Ambition : Teacher Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2) Hockev (3. 4) Track (2) Tennis (2) Boston College NORMAN WOLFSON, " Hack ,: Wise to resolve and patient to perform. Hobby: Golf Baseball (4) Boston University LEONARD WOOD, There ' s no grease in Hobby : Running Ambition : Olympic Cadet Captain Track Basebal| FootbaJ Bostc ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 63 WALTER C. WOODWORTH " Woody " Who knows zvhat the morrow may bring? Hobby : Stamps Ambition: P. O. Clerk Current Events Club VALENTINE P. WOZNIAK, " Val " You can ' t judge a book by its cover. Hobby : Stamp Collecting Ambition : Arcbitect Honor Roll (1) Northeastern ALBERT J. YAMOLOVICH, " Al " Live today and look to the future. Hobby : Boxing Ambition : Plumber Room Councilor (1, 3, 4) Room Captain (2) Honor Roll (1, 2) Student Council (3) Library Corps (2, 3) Student Council (3) Antioch College HARRY YANKELOVITZ " Yankee " Hitch your wagon to a star. Hobby : Ping Pong Ambition : Pharmacist Mass. School of Pharmacy RALPH YEE Live and let live. Hobby : Movies Ambition : Business Cadet Lieutenant B. U. C. B. A. ARTHUR YORRA, " Art " The summit is not too high. Hobby : Bowling Ambition : Vocal and Dramatic Achievement Cadet Captain Columbia University 1 ' % i % o JOSEPH YOVANNA, " Joe " know what I knozv. Hobby : Accounting Ambition : C. P. A. Cadet Captain Bentley ' s VICTOR J. ZACHAREWICZ " Zakie " Built for comfort, not for speed. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Aeronautical Engineer Room Captain (1) Honor Roll (1 ) Football (1, 2) Northeastern JOSEPH ZAGARELLA, " Zag " The captain and the kings depart. ALVIN D. ZALINGER, " Al " As for me. all I know is I knozv nothing. Hobby : Writing Ambition : Journalist Cadet First Lieutenant Lawrence Prize, Public Speaking (3) Record Staff (2. 3) ; Contrib. Ed. (4) Track (2, 3) College SKlWG. ZASE, " Selly " Let nts nfs zvhat honor demands. MiisV In : Musician vCaifeV " lieutenant ipetition (2nd Prize) ALFRED J. ZEREGA, " Al " O, build your dreams of granite-stone. Hobby : Amateur Radio Ambition : Radio Operator R. C. A. Radio School ALBERT ARZOO MARIAN A rolliiuf mfK uaUiJ 1 moss. foil : Pharmacist acTet Lieutenanf (Staff) Honoi feoll (3)j,0, Curreih te HtfT Chemistry Clnfc ( " ice-President) Mass. College of Pharmacy JOSEPH faBvpFcu; 1 hYyJw lhetJJ fim you ' ll S, " Joe " jct the best. baseball oition : Clerk Clerk MALCOLM E. BARNEY. " Bud " Hark! The dogs do bark! Hobby : Horses Ambition : Athletic Director Bowdoin College JOHN A. BENN, " Bennie " Modest as the day is long. Hobby : Books Ambition : Journalist College ISADORE M. BERCH, " Ike " A beacon light of power. Hobby : Horse Racing Ambition : Horse Owner PETER S. BETTANO, " Happy " Woe to the neighbors! Hobby : Raising Homing Birds Track j WALTER J. BQNKNNO, " Waller " Why tlr irfomorrow . ' Live Tr today! :ience ArflfttjflK M. D. i ICi rencelPrize in F and D (1) ' ton Cortege SIDNEY BORNSTEIN, " Action " Wearing his wisdom lightly. Hobby : Sleep Ambition : More Sleep C. P. A. ALBERT I. BRAYMAN, " Al " Learn to live and live to learn. Hobby : Basketball Ambiti in : Millionaire Cadet First Lieutenant College THOMAS F. BURKE, " T " A zvord from the wise is sufficient. Hobby : Golf Ambition : Merchant Marine Current Events Club Chess Club Swimming Team (Capt.) Football (2, 3) Track (2, 3) Soccer (2) Boston College JOSEPH BURRELL, " Fats " Cudgel thy brains no more. Hobby : Camping Ambition : Forestry Forest Ranger JOSEPH BUTERA, " Boots " To the stars through bolts and bars. Invincible ! Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Home Run King THOMAS F. BUTLER, " Buttsie " Be thineself. Hobby : Playing the Horses Ambition : To get on the Welfare Currents Events ( 1 ) Track (1, 2) WALTER CALDWELL, " Walla " What you are going to be; you arc How becoming. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Naval Officer Room Councilor (1, 2) Track (1, 2) Nautical School ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD JOSEPH E. CALLAHAN, " Joe " matters not hoiv loin we live. Hobby: Collecting College Catalogs Ambition : Forestry Stamp Club Aviation (3) Football Track (Asst. Mgr.) Mass. State College EDWARD R. CAMPBELL " Bunnie " Above the reach of ordinary men. JOHN N. CARABITSES, " Greek " They say miracles arc passed. Hobby : Work-Eat-Sleep Ambition : To Work ALFRED MICHAEL CASO " Pamby " Solitude and quietude. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : To be a succ ess in life Business School LIONEL F. CHATEL, " Lion " Farewell, honest soldier. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Department of Justice Baseball Franklin Union HYMAN CHMARA, " Hy " My daughter, some day a handsome man will come. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Dentist Baseball Football Track Tufts LEO J. CIDULKA, " Cleo " The hardest climbed rung is the first. Hobby : Sleep Ambition : More Sleep Honor Roll (1, 2) Room Councilor (3) Math Club Chemistry Club Stamp Club Track (1, 2) Baseball (1, 2) Boston University Law School MARTIN T. CONROY. " Chris " The rest zvere vulgar deaths, unknown to flame. Hobby : Modeling Airplanes Ambition : Meet the President Current Events (1, 2) Aviation (1) Baseball (4) Track (1) Tuskegee University 65 JOSEPH L Wearing Hobby : Cr iss Ambition : G-. Business School WOODROW B. CORBIN, " Pops Drink to me with thine eyes. Hobby: Athletics Ambition : Trade Expert Track Bentley ' s WILLIAA1 J. CORDERY, " Bi Last but not lei Hobby : Stamp Collecting Ambition : Banker Room Treasurer Stamp Club Aviation Clu College EUGENE A. COX Speech is silver, silence is gold. Hobby : Boxing Ambition : School Teacher Boston University FRANCIS J. CRIMMINS, " Red " He that has patience may compass anything. Hobbies : History and Government Ambition : Aeronautical Engineer M. I. T. Cadet Second Lieutenant Honor Roll (2, 3) Lawrence Prize (3) ROBERT F. CROWLEY, " Bob " Be sure of what you say. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Teacher Boston College HENRY CUBILEWICH To the stars through bolts and bars Invincible. Hobby : Languages Ambition : Linguist Lawrence Prizes (SI and S2) CHARLES M. CUDDEMI, " Wally " Hobby : Bees Ambition : Business Boston University DANIEL J. DALY, " Dan " matters not how ong we live. Hobby : Tiddlewinks Ambition : 4000 Base Hits Individual Drill Prizes Chess Club Track (1, 4) Baseball (4) Alabama ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD f ALPHONSE F. DAWICKI, " Al " Unspoken zvords arc the best. Hobby : Fencing Ambition : Olympics Fencing Team (Capt., 4) Boston University Cadet Second Lieutenant WILLIAM DELLA-IACOMO " Bill " Who says not that the heather is stronger than the rose? Hobby : Sports Ambition : Lawyer Second Prize in Drill Baseball (2, 3) Football (2, 3, 4) Track (1, 2, 3) Alabama University • GEORGE J. DOOLIN Good things come in small packages. J iobby : Sports (X wtT Ambition : Lawyer 0 Athletic Captain (3) J Chemistry Club (3) Football (2) Track (1) Boston College JOSEPH DORFMAN, " Joe " Mr. Sawbones himself. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Physician Boston University GEOR try con HobtjVf ' Skiin Awpition : Optometrist Mass. Sc i of Optometry AS, " Judge " obstacles. AMERICO J. DURANTE, " Rico " Handsome is as handsome does. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Policeman PHIDIAS G. ELIADES, " Pip " O, build witr drcaiflfy P granite-stone ! Hohhj Vswiromi AmbSlion JAuJ Tan Cadet FirsJrjZTeutenant Track (2,3,4) ally " ghts. LAWRENCE J. FALLON " Long John " Why think of tomorrozv? hive for faday! Hobby : Sailin Ambition : Law Room Councillo Suffolk Law School 7X ' MILTON FINK, " Mickey " All my fame is due to myself alone. y Hobby : Chemistry . . Q r S (J Ambition : C. P. A Cadet Captain Honor Roll (3) FRED L. FINN, " Huck " Blessed be he zvho invented sleep. Hobby : Foot ball Ambition : Prime Minister Chess Club Aviation Club Track (1, 2) Baseball (3) New Hampshire State JOHN F. FLAHERTY, " Frank " I know what I know. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Honor and achievement Chemistry Club Baseball (4) Track (2) Rifle Team (3) Boston College EDWASD J. GANGHAN, " Bud " never have sought the world. Hobby: Baseball Ambition: Major Leagues Bentley School ELMER E. GOODRIDGE, " Goody ' 1 Goody, goody! Hobby : Skating Ambition : Doctor Howard University THOMAS L. J. HANNIGAN " Tom " He knows zvhat is zvhat. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Business ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 67 HYMAN B. HELFENBAUM " Helfy " All wish to be learned, but no one is willing to pay the price. Hobby : Basketball Ambition : Successful Sales Manager Individual (3) Camera Club Stamp Club Track Baseball Business JAMES E. HENNESSY, JR. " Jim " A bold, bad man. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Newspaper Reporter HARRY D. HOLDER, " Ram " We have strict statutes and most biting laws. Hobby : Basketball Ambition : Musician Track (1) HERBERT A. HOLMES, " Chink " Save me virtue ' s reward. Hobby : Drawing Ambition : Architect Honor Roll (2) Baseball (4) Boston University JOSEPH A. IACOZZI, " Joey " Let us do or die. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Major Leagues ANTHONY L. INGENERI, " Nini " First in fight and every graceful deed. Hobby : Collecting Jokes Ambition: Chain Store Manager Cadet Lieutenant LEONARD I. JACOBS, " Jake " Success comes to him zvho toils Hobby : Photography Ambition : Secretary of the Unite States Treasury Camera Club Business School GERALD V. JACKSON, " Jerry " came, I saw, and they conquered. Hobby : Music Ambition : Musician Track (2, 3, 4) Yale ROBERT J. KANE, " Sugar " Let us eat, drink and be merry. Hobby : Golf Ambition : Reporter Boston College VICTOR E. KERR, " Vic " Cool, calm and collected. Hobby : Boxing EFSTRATIOS D. KRITZAS " Connie " Kind deeds are wrought by me. Hobby : Ambition : Dentist Tufts STEPHEN KULIKOWSKI " Steve " Mighty in heart is he. Hobby : Athletics Ambition : Aeroplane Mechanic GEORGE KYRON Speech is silver, silence is gold. Hobby : Dramatics Ambition : Stenographer Cadet First Lieutenant Record Staff JOHN J. P. McCOLE, " Whitie " An honest man ' s word is as good as his bond. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Engineer Boston College PETER P. LAEZZA, " El Senor " A stitch in time saves nine. Hobby: Sports Ambition : Doctor Yale LESLEY F. LATHROP, " Les " A stern chase is a long one. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : Air Conditioning Expert Wentworth ARTHUR F. C. McDERMOTT " Art " A man of mark to soar above the clouds. Hobby : Hunting JOHN P. MANTOS, " Moose " ' Steady and strong is he. Hobby : Sports Ambition : A. B. Football (3, 4) Track (3, 4) Boston College JAMES F. MARTIN, " Jim " Fate is with those who persevere. Business School MICHAEL MASLANKA, " Mazzy " Live and learn. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Musician Boston University ELVIN C. MATA, " Al " Hobby : Baseball Ambition : L.L.B. Suffolk Law School JOSEPH W. MICKIEWICZ " Mickey " Experience is a great teacher. Hobby : Aviation 68 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD RUSSELL MILHAM, " Rusty " The right bring counsel. Hobby: My Work Ambition : Doctor Medical School JOHN J. MILLIGAN, " Millie " Night after night he sat and bleared his eyes on books. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Pharmacist Mass. College of Pharmacy WILLIAM J. MITCHELL, " Bill " Time will explain it all. Hobby : Ambition : Current Events (2) Track (1, 2) Boston University EARL B. MONTGOMERY Play hard, fight hard. Hobby : Poultry Ambition : Poultryman Agricultural School E. AUGUSTUS MULRENIN, " Gus " An ardent, serious student. Hobby : Flying Ambition : Liquor Business Track Football Brown University JOSEPH P. MURPHY, " Joe " They shall not pass! Hobby : Sports Ambition: A G-Man Slippery Rock Institute FREDERICK J. MUTRIE " Weaser " Poor, but honest. Hobby: Baseball Office Work WILLIAM T. O ' CONNOR, " Red " Murder will out. Hobby : Collecting Stamps Ambition : LL.B. Track Boston University JOHN J. E. O ' DONNELL, " Dud " All things obex fixed laws. Hobby: Baseball Honor Roll (1) NICHOLAS PAPAYIANES " Pappy " Make pure and holy. Hobby : Travel Ambition : Photographer Individual Prize Winner (3) Track (2, 3) University of Tennessee PETER PAPULIS All the world loves a comedian. Hobby : Aviation Ambition : Pharmacist Chess Club (4) Aviation Club (4) RICHARD PHILLIPS, " Dick " An honest man is well liked. Hobby : Dancing Ambition : Visit Hawaii Track (2, 3) JOSEPH PORZIO, " Joe " Vain is the help of man. Hobby : Drawing Ambition : Artist Staff Boston College ROBERT C. PRAETSCH, " Bob " The style is the man himself. Hobby : Airplanes Ambition : Aeronautical Engineer Football New England Aircraft School JOSEPH A. PUCILLO, JR. Let us take the blows of life with a smile. Hobby : Art Ambition : Travel Honor Roll (2) DAVID W. REGAN And even this shall pass away. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : To get a job JOHN REGAN, " Lefty " Thou art nozo a man. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Doctor Cadet Captain Baseball (1, 2) Track (1. 2, 3) Football (2, 3) Notre Dame EDWARD T. RIGNEY, " Ed " All the world ' s a stage. THOMAS ROBERTSON, " Tom " Give vie liberty or give me death. Ambition : Orchestra Leader Hobby : Music JOSEPH ROTONDI, " Papo " A man is what he cats. Ambition : Reporter Cadet Captain Room Councilor Boxing Club Evening College ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 69 ANTHONY J. SASSA, " Tony " Who ' s he? . . . That ' s Tony! Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Doctor Boston College VICTOR E. SCHRAFFA, " Vito " A rolling stone gathers no moss. Hobby : Sports Ambition : A P Store Manager FRANK SFARZO, " Count " The only reward for virtue is virtue. Hobby : Sports Ambition : LL.D. Suffolk Law School JAR F. SHADRAWY Jernie " . vooi) incnddil CHARLES STARRATT, " Chase " Silence is golden. Hobby : Basketball Ambition : Doctor Track (1, 2) Tufts College WILLIAM J. STEWART, " Mike " While bright-eyed science watches round. Hobby : Sports Ambition : Doctor Track (2, 3, 4) Football (4) Baseball (3) Dartmouth ROY J. THOMAS Crozvds value jew things true. Hobby : Baseball Ambition : Secretarial Work Boston University EDWARD B. THOMPSON, " Ed " Here is a frank heart. Hobby : Chess Ambition : Farmer Mass. State College ERNEST A. TOSI, " Tino " Give us a taste of your quality. Hobby : Horseback Riding Ambition : Business Room Councilor (2, 3, 4) Boston University FRANK A. TREE, " Twig " There ' s no doubt about it. Hobby : Skating Ambition : Perfect Flying Dutchman ALLAN I. URROWS, " Sonny " A pale and blushing rose is he. Hobby: Basketball Ambition: Medicine College HAROLD H. WINER, " Hal " Good things come in small packaaes. Hobby : Outdoor Life Ambition : Chemist HvV» ft School Spelling Bee Champ T IV Honor Roll Mass. College of Pharmacy LEONARD S. WOLF, " Lefty " To save time is to lengthen life. Hobby : Hockey Ambition : Salesman Individual Drill Prize (2, 3) Baseball (2, 3) Hockey (3, 4) KENNETH L. YUKES, " Ken " Silence is truly golden. Lawrence Prizes: Ml, 12, FandD (2) Cadet Captain Room Councilor (2) Honor Roll (2) Football (4) Bentley ' s ANTHONY G. ZARELLA, " Doc " Great oaks from little acorns grow. Hobbies : Fishing and Hunting Ambition : Physician " eneral Practice ROBERT J. DRISCOLL The dynamo gains power zvith movement. Hobby : Stamp Collecting Cadet First Lieutenant Secretary Stamp Club (2) JOSEPH EAGAN. " Go Go " None but himself can be his equal. Hobby : Photography Ambition : News Correspondent Columbia JOSEPH M. GAIDYS, " Blondy " must go dozen to the sea again. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : A steady job Boston University SALVATORE J. GIBELLI, " Sully ' A parlous boy. Hobby : Skating Handball 70 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD JOSEPH A. GOLDBERG Deeds, not words. Hobby : Chemistry Ambition : Research Chemist Cadet Lieutenant Tufts MILTON GOODMAN, " Milty " Early to bed makes him healthy. Hobby : Breaking Windows Ambition : M. D. Current Events Club Tufts Medical ROBERT L. GRANT, " Bob " Honor is the rezvard of virtue. Hobby : Swimming Ambition : To Graduate Football (2, 4) Track (4) Chess Club Boston University NICHOLAS J. GUERRIERO " Nick " What price justice ? Hobby : Singing Ambition : Orchestra Leader Football (2, 3) Baseball (2) University of Notre Dame JOHN W. F. GUINZALI, " Juinzy " The stars above zvill be my judge. Hobby : Woodworking Ambition: Teacher (M.A.) Manual Training School SIDNEY HEIMBERG, " Sid " Hobby : Swimming Ambition : Lawyer Boston University Cadet Captain Honor Roll (2, 3) Individual Drill Prize (3) Math Club (Secretary) Current Events Club French Club EDWARD A. BUSH, " Gooseberry " You stand in your own light. DOMIN L s fA LJA, " Larry " FjiSsf ' in fight and every graceful deed. Footnote : Ranks listed as of April 1, 1936, JOHN S. DOHERTY, " John " Come, gentle Spring. PAUL J. DONATO, " Polly " By all that ' s good and glorious. EDWARD F. FULLER, " Eddie " Such stuff the world is made of. JOSEPH J. GAGAN, " Gogo " Where there ' s a will, there ' s away. ROBERT W. GREIM, " Birly " An ardent, serious student. PETER GRIECO, " Pete " Life is to sweet to worry. EARL R. HAMILTON, " Bob " Happiness seems made to be shared. HERBERT HYMAN, " Shrimp " Is there a doctor in the house? Hello, Doc! BERNARD J. PERRY, " Admiral " All I ask is any yam from the sea rover. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 71 LIBRARY CORPS Top Row — H. Travers, O. Avakian, J. Sweeney, A. Smith, A. Wight, M. Mykytow, M. Ogden Second Row — M. Kline, D. McGinley, C. Kripke, K. Murphy, R. O ' Halloran, A. Larson, S. Abrahamson. Third Row — I. Zevolo, T. Nevin, P. Natola, A. Zevolo, T. Semper, R. Rados, H. Raiklen. Bottom Row — E. Campbell, R. Novello (Vice-President), A. Copson (President), Miss Col- ton, T. Bowling ' (Secretary), R. Smith. DRUM CORPS ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 73 A IFatrroag Iflabl? By James E. Powers, ' 36 1 dislike intensely the type of man who pokes his linger scornfully and gloatingly reminds you that " he told you so. " 1 should be very sorry to be placed in this class, and 1 would be the very last to rub salt into an open wound ; but I see no harm in stat- ing that I once expressed an opinion regarding young men in general, and young Reginald Van Whitley Hardwicke, 3rd, in particular. " You can ' t tell anything about a man from his appearance. " These were my very words, and I point to them with pride. If old Doc Johnson had only listened — but then old Doc never listens to anybody. The subject of our conversation was young Regin- ald Van Whitley Hardwicke, 3rd, who at the time was busily engaged in a strenuous game of checkers with some portly dowager on the clubhouse veranda. " There, " said Doc, " is the dumbest and laziest of all the dumb and lazy young men in the world! " It was here that my opinion was expressed, and I am not in the least hesitant to admit it. In fact, I am happy to do so, because in proving my point, I also got Doc ' s goat — five hundred dollars ' worth— and that is an event in these parts. It was in April, and April out at the Westmore- land Country Club is merely another word for the Spring Tournament. For three days, the elite and the rabble of the Westmoreland golfers ply their trade, hacking merrily over the course towards the club championship. When I say the rabble, I refer jocularly to the dubs, those poor, misguided golfing Ishmaels who think they are ready for Sarazen or Little when they shade 98. It was generally con- ceded by everyone that the tournament would be another walk-over for " Windy " Bill Faulkner, who ' d kept it under his thumb for two years. " Windy, " as you perhaps have already guessed, was blessed with a superabundance of self-confidence, conceit, and talk ; but he was a real golfer. However, if he were half as good as he thought and said he was, Lawson Little would have had a hard time qualify- ing for the Women ' s Open. Short, stout, and in his middle-forties, he possessed a biting tongue which he used constantly. By the end of nine holes, his opponents were usually nervous wrecks, and from then on it was easy sailing for Windy. Young Reginald Hardwicke was one of the en- trants, and along with him was his younger brother, Cyril, who was visiting at the Club. Reggy may have been distressing to the eyes, but compared to Cyril, he was Adonis. Cyril had an eye like a dead fish, and shaking hands with him was like taking hold of a damp and cold dish rag. He had been invited to enter the tournament only as a matter of courtesy to a guest of the club. As usual, the tournament opened with a bang. At the end of the third round all the dubs had been eliminated ; and in the semi-finals, Cyril Hardwicke was matched against Windy Faulkner and Reggy was pitted against Alex Bellis, a long-hitting new- comer. Well, right away Windy began his tactics on young Cyril, criticizing his form, his clubs, his brand of ball, and everything else he could think of. " Trouble with you, son, " he said, " is that you don ' t get much distance. " With that he stepped out to the tee and sent a booming drive right down the alley that landed and rolled along until it came to a stop two hundred yards away. Cyril teed up his ball and almost broke his back in a vain endeavor to outdrive Windy. As a result of his forcing, he came around too fast and cut across the ball, sending a screaming slice far off onto the race track which borders the first fairway. Windy gave a sort of snicker which made the kid ' s ears turn red. When Cyril had come up to his ball and was addressing it, Windy began a steady stream of criticism and advice that left the boy with his nerves upset and his temper ragged. By the time that the match had got around to the tenth hole, Reggie had won his match and joined the gallery which was following Cyril and Windy. He watched the windbag baiting and criticizing his brother, and I could see that he was getting angry. Well, to make a long story short, the match ended on the thirteenth green. Cyril merely stuck out his hand, turned on his heel, and headed for the club- house with his brother. That evening, as Cyril and Reggie were holding a family council of sorrow in the club lounge, Windy entered and walked over to the pair. Smiling in- sultingly at Reggie he said, " Are you ready to go out and take as big a beating tomorrow as your brother did today? " Reggie flushed, but he held his temper and didn ' t reply. " Would you like to put a little side bet on the match? " sneered Windy in an effort to goad the boy on. 74 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD FIELD OFFICERS 4th REG IMENT Moj, E.F. Fuller Col. F.R. Archibald Maj. R-Tofcjn Lieut- Col T H. Hammond Maj. J.J Evans FIELD OFFICERS 5th REGIMENT Moj. M.Germaoic Col. W.BoyWo Moj.H. Small Lieut. Col. J. Yora-nna Moj, G M ' Cormaik ENGLISH HIGH FIELD OFFICERS ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 75 It was then that Reggie handed out the biggest surprise that the members of our club have ever received. " Why, yes, " he replied, " how about a thousand- dollar Nassau? " You could have knocked me down with a feather. A thousand-dollar Nassau! Perhaps you don ' t real- ize what a bet that is. Listen to this : It meant that a thousand dollars was bet on the outcome of the first nine holes, a thousand on the second nine, and another $1000 on the entire match. And here was Reggie Hardwicke nonchalantly putting up such a bet to the club champion ! Windy was thunderstruck, but he couldn ' t back down in front of all the members, and so he ac- cepted with as much grace as he could, although it looked like stealing the money. A buzz of conversation sprang up as Reggie non- chalantly left the lounge. Why, nobody knew any- thing about his game. He had come through the first rounds of the tournament in good shape; but then he hadn ' t been up against very good competi- tion. He had only been a member for about two months, so nobody knew much about him. Little Doc Johnson cackled delightfully as he moved about taking up anyone who was foolish enough to bet on the boy. Just as a matter of principle I got in on it for $500 worth ; because I make it a point to get on the opposite side of Doc ' s judgment. The next morning I wandered out to the golf shop early and saw the bets being posted in the club safe. After the others had gone I remained a while talk- ing to old Sandy, the clubmaker. Sandy is a hard- bitten old scoundrel, but he is wise to the ways of golf — and human nature. " It seems too bad for the boy to be taken in by Windy, " said I. " Well, I ' m no thinkin ' it ' ll be such an easy mat- ter to beat the lad, " he answered. And beyond that he refused to commit himself. At about ten o ' clock I was there at the first tee to follow the match, and there was quite a gallery on hand to see how it came out. Stepping out onto the tee, Windy addressed his ball, and with that machine-like swing which is de- veloped into a groove only by years of experience, he hit a low, whistling drive. Amid a painful silence, young Reggie teed his ball, and after a few practice swings, stepped up and hit the longest drive that I have ever seen. Windy gave him a glance that spoke volumes, but he said nothing. I was surprised, for it takes a lot to shut Windy up. Both were on in two, but when Reggie sank a long, nasty twelve- footer downhill, the gallery began to sit up and take notice. Windy sank his putt also, and the match went on to the second hole all even. There is no use in trying to describe the rest of the nine holes. Windy played away over his head, but the boy kept right along with him ; and the funny part of it all was that he didn ' t seem to be exerting himself. At the turn the gallery was greatly augmented when the news spread that Reggie was holding the champion — all even. After the tenth hole, I noticed a subtle change in Windy ' s manner. His teeth drew back in the snarl of a cornered wolf, and he played like a very demon. The two continued pulling miracle shots and the gal- lery was tense with excitement. Finally they reached the eighteenth tee, still all even. Windy got off a beautiful drive that split the fair- way, but Reggie pulled his first bad shot of the day, a slice that screamed off the fairway and landed on the race track. Now, the eighteenth at Westmore- land is a very tricky hole. The second shot is a long one, and right before the green is a wide, yawn- ing trap — the grandfather of all traps. The sand is soft and shifty, and the straggling brambles on one side of it make the place a nightmare to the poor, long-suffering golfer. It is best to play safe and be on in three, rather than risk being lost in this morass. Windy played safe, leaving himself a short pitch to the green. Reggie played a spoon shot from the track that looked as if it would clear the hazard, but it just struck the top and trickled back into the wildest part of the bunker. Windy breathed a sigh of relief and proceeded to lay his ball dead to the pin. It looked like the finish of Reggie ' s hopes, and the gallery groaned. Walking up to his ball, Reggie examined his lie and then turned to Windy. " Do you mind if I take a few minutes to think this one over? " he asked. Windy could afford to be magnanimous, so he readily agreed. Reggie lit a cigarette and sat down to puzzle it out. At the end of five minutes he flipped the stub away, drew out his putter, and walked over to the ball. A murmur of consternation and surprise spread through the gallery as they saw the club he was using, but it stopped as he addressed the ball. I saw a blur of motion as he swung the club around in a graceful arc, there was a sharp click, and I saw the ball run up the side of the bunker and start rolling over the green before it disappeared from my view. Suddenly a great roar went up from the crowd. As I scrambled up to the green, the caddy was picking Reggie ' s ball out of the cup, and Windy looked as if he had eaten something that disagreed with him. That young scallywag, Reginald Van Whitley Hardwicke, 3rd, had holed out from the trap! While the crowd surged around Reggie, con- gratulating him, I slipped away and went out to the golf shop to see Sandy. " But what made you so sure that he ' d win, Sandy ? " I queried after I had told him of the outcome. Without speaking a word, the old scoundrel took 76 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD out a list and handed it to me. It was the handicap list of the Western Amateur Association ; and high, very high, on that list was the name of Reginald Hardwicke. His honest blue eyes twinkling, Sandy said, " Ap- pearances are very often deceiving, sir, verra de- ceivin ' . " And I, for once, agreed with him. 0n Heabmg g d)ocil O English High, my Alma Mater true, How oft my thoughts have wandered toward the day When I could close my books; could go away; Could satisfy the calling of the blue — O restless urge in me to go and do The things in life that past your portals lay. That time has come ! Those thoughts seem far away And in their place crowd memories of you ; O Class of Thirty-six : O noble class : Are we to sever all relations past And, blind and bound, attempt to earn a name? Nay, armed with friendships let us pass Into the future world, our fortunes cast Together . . . Alma Mater, on to fame! Clement Perkins, ' 36. SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS Front Row — C. I. Reagan. T. L. McDonald. T. V. Manning. Mr. Barrows. M. B. Kline, T. V. Vbfoe. D. R. Woll. Back Row— G. C. Whitman. E. Batastini. R. C. Gardner. W. P. McNamara, T. Stein. J. F. Thornton. 78 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 1 School Notes % By Simon L. Katz CURRENT EVENTS CLUB One of the most interesting clubs in our school is the Current Events Club, which is under the super- vision of Mr. Phelps. As the name implies, many problems concerning politics and government are discussed by the members. The club aims to encourage boys to express themselves intelligently on topics of everyday interest. In- formation on world news, economic trends, and political economy are reviewed by the club leaders under the di- rection of Mr. Phelps. Discussions of general interest are the concluding feature of every meeting. Public Utilities, Italo-Ethiopian Situation, and the Far East Situation are some of the subjects that have been taken up in discussion by the club. The following boys have been elected to office : Frederick W. Dow, President ; James L. McHenry, Vice-President ; Francis Archibald, Secretary. CAMERA CLUB Mr. Ford, adviser and director of the Camera Club, has worked steadily with the boys to perfect their photographic technique. The club has been instructed in many phases of photography. During the year the members have visited various photographers and technicians. Meetings are held every Wednesday after school. The Record wishes to express its appreciation to Mr. Ford for the use of his camera and for the tech- nical assistance which made The Record photographic pages possible. More than one hundred and fifty splen- did snapshots have been taken by those two members of the club who act as official photographers for The Record. The following members of the club have been elected to office: Irving Shulman. President; Douglas Brown, Vice-President ; Francis Moratta, Secretary. CHEMISTRY CLUB This interesting organization made many interesting trips to nearby industrial plants for the purpose of observing the part chemistry plays in modern industrial achievement. Mr. Card, as the club adviser, has devel- oped a most interesting series of trips and excursions for the boys, with the result that the opportunities for future industrial chemists in Boston have been thoroughly explored. At the meetings, which are held every Tuesday laboratory experiments of a practical nature which go far toward preparing the way for a more intelligent survey of the chemical plants visited are performed by the boys, assisted by their adviser. The field trips this year included trips to the Merrimac Chemical Company, Carter Ink Company, Mox- ieland, and Lever Brothers. The following members have been elected to office: Melvin B. Kline, President; Albert Arzoomanian, Vice-President ; and Arnold Arch, Secretary. CHESS CLUB There is a certain group of intellectually-minded youths in our school who experience an unusual thrill of pleasure every Thursday afternoon in our school library. With the final bell they scurry to their positions back of their chess boards in the library and take up this interesting game under the supervision and leader- ship of Mr. Charles Murphy. Not content with triumphing over their schoolmates, they have met various members of the faculty in combat that was both mortal and deadly — if looks could kill. KXGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 79 With the single exception of debating, probably no other club activity has enjoyed such unusual progress and development. Just as present the organization is becoming interested in interscholastic competition and an- other year should find chess securely established as another indoor sport at E. H. S. that brings its own reward in terms of intellectual development. The officers of the Chess Club are: Anthony D. Stephanos, President; Vincent Bucci, Vice-President; and Richard Daly, Secretary. AVIATION CLUB This interesting club, under the leadership of Mr. Deane Peacock, has spent a happy and profitable year in a series of projects that included the construction of model planes, a discussion of airport management, and interscholastic competition based on trial flights of models constructed. Many prominent men in the world of aviation have been kind enough to lecture the club members on various subjects connected with the science of aeronautics and, needless to say, our boys have been extremely interested by this vitalized club program. The instruction classes have been directed in large measure by the boys themselves, under the supervision of Mr. Peacock. It is surprising to note the rapid progress that many of the younger members have made this year in airplane construction. Meetings are held every Thursday after school. The following boys have been elected to office : William Shea, Commander ; Deane S. Peacock, Jr., Vice-Commander ; Thomas McCarthy, Secretary ; and Daniel Con- nors, Treasurer. STAMP CLUB Many interesting afternoons have been spent most enjoyably under the direction of Mr. Lewis, the leader and director of the Blue and Blue Stamp Club. Several interesting displays have been arranged by the older members and have served to stimulate the interest of the younger members in the buying and selling of stamps. The exchange of single units and of duplicate collections has been of great assistance to those boys who are definitely developing their collections along scientific lines so that the collection will reveal a normal progress in value and variety. The officers elected are : William Frederick, President ; Onnig Avakian, Vice-President ; and Robert Hannon, Secretary. MATH CLUB The Mathematics Club is bringing to a close an unusually successful year of club activities. As is the cus- tom at this time of year, those members of the Junior Class who have revealed outstanding ability in their mathematics class are being nominated for membership in the club next year. The club has been working with the slide-rule, the vernier rule, Chinese abacus, transits, sun dials, and other measurement devices. Many in- dividual projects have included the construction of these instruments. Another project of interest to all was the measurement of the height of the courtyard towers. At the end of the school year, the club holds its final meeting at Gloucester, and the boys derive much pleasure from interesting " shots " at the sun with transit and sextant. Incidentally, Gloucester provides an ex- cellent site for the yearly outing of the club. The club is very fortunate in having Mr. Lundin as director and club leader. The following members of the club were elected to office: (September to February) Stanley Ebb, Presi- dent; Arnold Arch, Vice-President; Sidney Heinberg, Secretary and Treasurer. (February to June): Mau- rice Golden, President ; Russell Gold, Vice-President ; Samuel Rosen, Secretary and Treasurer. 80 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD □ UJ Q LU H UJ IL UJ Q Z 3 D z o Q. I o CO :0 3 co J2 h Ml co -J ?§ a 3 CO 3 ° C S - a) 3 55 0 3 3 J ai O £ 1 .5 w 3 s « J S cj§ S co 73 co s 03 - CO — ! Q " 3 O » C Of . o O . S3 ! m 5 r- CO 3 0 S i? - O CD Q QJ gs| 3 R I s bfl £ co TJl 6 O O o pi § " H| tn lr fc [•xcr.rsii kick school rfcori) 81 DEBATING TEAM Standing — Mr. Moloney (Faculty Adviser), A. Raiklen, D. A. Copson, G. E. Kittredge, H. M. Cohen, R. M. Rados. Seated— R. E. Totten. R. E. Haufler. T. F. Driscoll, W. W. Paul. I. Elkins. Jntersfcfjolasttc Rebates; Debating as an interscholastic activity in English High School saw the start of its first full year last fall. A team had been hastily organized the previous spring for the specific object of debating with the Boston Latin School. The success of that contest was the stimulus for efforts to establish debating as a permanent feature of our school life. Mr. Moloney called for candidates in November. After a preliminary contest, three members of the Class of ' 36 were selected to represent the school in the debate with Boston Latin School. These three, William Paul, Robert Haufler, and Joseph Driscoll, made up in courage and self-confidence what they may have lacked in experience. Working valiantly against odds, they went into that debate determined to make their Blue and Blue rooters proud. Held on the night of January 15 at the Public Latin School, the debate was a success in every way. An enthusiastic audience of approximately one thousand filled the ball to see six young men, neatly attired in tuxedos, step onto the stage one after another to convince them that Congress should or should not have the power to override Supreme Court decisions. English High School upheld the negative. After this debate the squad was reorganized. Mr. Moloney issued invitations to all qualified boys and preparations were made for a debate with Norwood High School in March. Held after school in the Assembly Hall, the debate attracted a good audience. Mr. O ' Leary of the French Department made an ex- cellent chairman. English High won the unanimous decision of the three judges. On April 2, English won another decision on the same question against South Boston High School. Judging by the applause of the capacity crowd, the contest was keenly enjoyed. The fact that our boys were competing against teams which included vet- erans of many contests is an additional reason to be proud of them. The last interscholastic debate this year will be held with the Girls ' High School. The Class of 1936 has contributed splendidly to the success of the debating team. Its members have car- ried the brunt of the responsibility of the team ami have worked faithfully to make themselves, during the short space of several months, competent to rep- resent the English High School in the interscholastic debates. The following boys have contributed time and effort to the success of debating in our school : Joseph Driscoll, Robert Haufler, William Paul, Arthur Cop- son, George Kittredge, Robert Totten, Hyman Cohen, Irwin Elkins, Edward A. Foley. George Saltzburg, Edward Preston, Stanley Epstein, William McNa- mara, Walter Thomas, and Raymond Scannell. 82 ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 83 ATHLETIC NOTES 1935-1936 By Walter V. McCarthy FOOTBALL The Class of 1936 will always be able to look back with pride on a year of athletic achievement. Coach Ohrenberger and his blue - clad warriors are to be congratulated for their performance on the gridiron, track, and diamond. A superb Blue and Blue football squad finished an undefeated season by taking the meas- ure of their traditional Boston Latin School rivals, 14-0. This team was undefeated, untied, and sole claimant to the mythical " City Championship. " It was the only major high school team in Massachusetts to go through the season untied and undefeated. The season scores follow : English 13 Groton School 12 English 14 Boston College High.. 0 English 26 Dorchester 6 English 33 Commerce 0 English 7 Roxbury Memorial .... 0 ENGLISH 14 BOSTON LATIN.... 0 English 107 Opponents 18 TRACK Led by Captain " Fin " Sullivan, the fleet-footed Blue and Blue trackmen remained undefeated in city com- petition and finished the season by winning the Regimental title. It has become traditional that we remain possessors of the " Reggie " crown. It has been ours since 1912. The Blue and Blue speedsters showed their prowess in State competition by placing second in the " Andover Interscholastics " and the State Meet. The Track scores for the season follow : English 169, Memorial High 131 1-2, High School of Cemmerce 42. English 161 1-2, Mechanic Arts 93 1-2, Dorchester 51. English vs. Boston Latin (postponed on account of the weather). English — Second Place — Andover Interscholastics. English — First Place — Regimental Relay Carnival. English — Second Place — State Meet. English — Third Place — Eastern Seaboard Relay Carnival. English — First Place — Boston Regimental Meet for the 24th successive year. BASEBALL Due to the early date set for publication of the Year Book, we can only promise you that the English High School baseball team will carry on to victory. Coach Ohrenberger is convinced that the team that de- feats his ball club will be the " State Champs. " May we at this time express the wish that his boys will go him one better and refuse to be beaten. One thing is certain, Captain Joseph Ahearn will lead our team to several glorious victories and make it possible for the graduating class to look back upon a year of Athletic Honor and Achievement. WHAT IS NEXT? 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A School of high standards adapted to the needs of employed men and women. Alumni outstandingly success- ful as lawyers, judges, business execu- tives. Graduates of English High School may be admitted without examinations if grades are satisfactory to the Department of Admissions. Catalogs or further information sent upon request NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Boston, Massachusetts Mention the RECORD when patronizing our advertisers ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL RECORD 99 (ErittBtng % (Enrritora rottif 3L f . (jfor tfje Hafiit ime) THE corridors have been duly cruised and the gossip which was whispered rebounded from the walls and glided into the delicate little ears of your correspondent ... It has been a good year, but now it is over; and so, listen, children, while we pour some oil on the troubled waters . . . Can you imagine the school without: Ducky Ryan and his patented whiffle? . . . Ray Palmer and his sense of humor? . . . Dick Power and his personality? . . . Finbar Sullivan and his Irish smile? . . . Arthur Nelson and his crooning? . . . Tom Knowles and his affected grouch? . . . Charlie Lane and his cheery greeting? . . . Bernie Wax and his grin? . . . Andy Scala without his zip? . . . Red McPhail and his administration? . . . Paul Hefron and his brilliant mind? . . . Billy Stewart and his wise cracks? . . . George Saltzburg and his argumentative temperament? . . . Connie Sheridan and Bill Purdy?. . . Paul West and his poetry? . . . Hank Ebb and his flair for salesmanship and collecting the do-re-me? . . . George Kyron and his expert typing? . . . Bob Rom- anow and his short, short stories? . . . Billy Seiniger and his ideas? (His last one won ten dollars ' worth of groceries in an advertising contest here in town) . . . The present Staff to put out a Year Book? . . . Now that Prize Drill is over, a lot of shoulders are being carried five inches higher. Our doughty colonels : Ma- honey, Boyco, Archibald. Hughes, and Germanic should lead this school on to high honors in the parade of the Boston Schoolboy Cadets . . . We notice that quite a few young gentlemen are working over-time in the corri- dors in an effort to brush up on the latest dance steps — the Streamline, Princeton Drag, Hanover Hop, Tarry- town Tango, and the Dorchester Derby . . . From present indications the farewell dance is due to go over with a bang . . . Our old friend, Johnny Guinzali, wears the snappiest bow ties seen in these parts in over a cen- tury ... A couple of inches longer, John, and people will know that you are sprouting wings! . . . Talking about things riotous, have you ever taken a peek at the exotic hosiery display fostered by the Powers brothers? . . . Joe McNeil, rising young genius of Brighton, predicts a brilliant future for his young brother Bob. He still thinks that Pluto is Mickey Mouse ' s dog . . . The staff cameramen, Doug Brown and Amara, deserve great praise. Thanks to their efforts, the highlights and half-tones of the old school are in the Record this year. . . . The ball team is doing a splendid job at the time we go to press. So far it has played four games and won four victories ... Its scores against Southie, Charlestown, Brighton, and the Alumni indicate that we have a high- powered unit operating on the diamond . . . Roy Williams is an outstanding performer to date at bat. Brother Ridge, with his peculiar batting form, uses a vicious swing to do things to the old apple. We saw him pole a beautiful homer . . . Lefty Murray is putting the ball over the platter to Captain Joe Ahern in great style. The boys from Brighton could get but two hits from Lefty. . . . Alas, alas, and alackaday, the time has come to say adieu, adios, good-bye, cheerio, and pip-pip . . . And who knows perhaps we ' ll be cruising the corridors together again elsewhere in the not too distant future ! 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